Well, Netherland's International friendly against Germany might have been called off due to security threats, but that did not stop the Oranje from entertaining their fans -- on the social media, that is.
The Europa League commands more want with the UEFA deciding to give teams a prize actually worth wanting- a Champions League spot next season. Here are a few talking points from all the action on Thursday night.
Match Events: On one of the most entertaining matchdays in the German top flight, every fan who has watched the game between Bayer Leverkusen and Wolfsburg at the Bay Arena or elsewhere have got their money’s worth. Everyone expected that Dieter Hecking would take away an easy win with the scoreline in the Bay Arena reading 3:0 at half-time. Two goals from Bas Dost and a curling free kick from centre-back Naldo gave Wolfsburg a huge advantage. Leverkusen’s defence was picked apart everytime Wolfsburg’s front three had the ball, and their attack lacked proper penetration. But once the second half kicked off, Leverkusen turned the game around on its head. Suddenly it was the Wolves defence which was looking lost in the midst of the home sides’ sudden onslaught. And for the next 15 minutes or so, Roger Schmidt’s men brought in wave after wave of attacks in which Heung-Min Son scored the inevitable goal when he poked the ball […]
The Bavarians were trounced by the Lower Saxony club in 4-1 thumping at the Volkswagen Arena on Friday but what did the match change for Wolfsburg and Bundesliga on the whole?