Monthly Archives: September 2017

Man City Put Stubborn Chelsea To Sword

In a clash of the Beauty and the Beast, Man City been the former won and deservingly so too. Chelsea the defending champions were home at the Bridge but were largely dominated by the Guardiola’s footy juggernauts. City, even on 90 minutes rarely took their foot off the gas in a highly tensed and  hugely entertaining match for the neutrals. The game began with city dominating the proceedings via the eventual match winner Debruyne, and the ageless maestro David Silva, with Raheem Sterling also causing Chelsea’s back line all sorts of  problems with his direct runnings and searing pace. Worthy of mention; days before the match City lost star striker Aguero to broken ribs injury which he got from a car accident in Amsterdam where he  went to see a music concert and after just 30 minutes into the contest Chelsea also lost their star  man Morata to hamstring injury rendering their hitherto threatening attack… Read More »

Match Report: Liverpool clings on to 2-3 victory over Leicester City at the King power Stadium

A Goal from Mo Salah and a first of the season for Philippe Coutinho looked to have Klopp’s side cruising to victory. Liverpool’s supporters like to sing of watching poetry in motion. But there was nothing poetic about this scrambled, anxiety-inducing, edge-of-seat rumble of a victory. Under Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool are less the laureates of the Premier… Read More »

Match Report: Manchester United Decimates Everton

The game had loads of attraction going into it. First, the headliner topic of Wayne Rooney, Man Utd’s record goals scorer return to the Theatre of Dreams, a place he called home meritoriously for 13 years, secondly, £75 million pounds Romelu Lukaka, his replacement was meeting his former  team mates  since he moved on earlier in the summer, thirdly, Everton’s  dodgy form, and fourthly, some players in the contest had past affiliations with both clubs. Aside Antonio Valencia’s first half 4th mins wonder strike Manchester… Read More »