Jose Mourinho and Manchester United came to terms with reality as they were thumped 4-1 by a strong Borussia Dortmund side in the International Champions Cup.
Arguably the worst Italian side in recent memory triumphed over Belgium's golden generation last night making Antonio Conte's men strong favourites to win the group with nothing but grit, passion, hard work and sacrifice.
Alberto Moreno bore the brunt of the abuse on Twitter as Liverpool lost out on a ninth European crown and UEFA Champions League football for next season following a second-half capitulation against Sevilla.
Villarreal won the first leg of their Europa League semi final tie at El Madrigal and the Liverpool faithful were left scratching their heads over Jurgen Klopp's choice of substitutions and his tactics.
Anfield played host to another historic European night on Thursday as Liverpool completed a comeback win over Dortmund courtesy of goals from Origi, Sakho, Coutinho and Lovren. On Thursday night, the players ensured fans had yet another historic moment to savour, even if their league position is very unflattering.
Manchester United drew flak from supporters and critics alike as Louis van Gaal’s men struggled against Sheffield United in the FA Cup
Stoke City condemned Manchester City to their 4th defeat of the season after putting in a swashbuckling display of attacking football at the Britannia stadium on Saturday.
Twitter reached its frenzied best after Arsenal rushed to a 3-0 lead within 20 minutes against league leaders Manchester United. The defeat has not only managed to uproot United from the top spot in the standings but allowed Arsenal to pip United to the second spot.
Chile wrecked FC Barcelona star Lionel Messi’s dream of a first international title with a dramatic penalty shoot-out victory over Argentina to end their 99-year wait for a Copa America crown on Saturday. Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez struck the winning spot-kick for Chile, as the hosts clinched a 4-1 shoot-out victory when the game ended goalless after extra time. In open play, Argentina had much of the better chances despite injury to Angel Di Maria, who was replaced by Gonzalo Higuain, rather than Carlos Tevez. And Gonzalo Higuain continued his woeful record in finals after missing a guilt-edged chance in the 2014 World Cup Final, the player was at it in the 92nd minute. While Lavezzi’s ball in wasn’t as good as it possibly could have been, Higuain was slated on the social media, again, as he was blamed for being the main culprit for stopping Lionel Messi’s march to become the undisputed greatest player of all time by winning, first, the World Cup, and now, […]
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