English Premier League, Match Day 7

Here is a brief recap of the EPL matches that took place on match day 7. Harry Kane netted his first goal of the season in Tottenham’s shocking 4-1 victory over Manchester City. Although two of Tottenham’s goals should have been called offsides, the result dropped the Citizens to second in the table. After going 1-0 down Arsenal came back to destroy Leicester, 5-2, with Alexis Sanchez scoring a hat-trick. Liverpool beat Aston Villa, 3-2. Wayne Rooney ended his eleven game goal drought in the EPL as Manchester United crushed a struggling Sunderland side, 3-0. Southampton won 3-1 against Swansea. Bournemouth fell 2-1 to Stoke City. West Ham United tied Norwich 2-2, thanks to Cheikhou Kouyaté’s goal in stoppage time. Ramires and Willian both scored late goals to salvage a point for Chelsea against Newcastle United; the final score was 2-2. Crystal Palace were 1-0 victors over Watford. West Brom allowed Everton to comeback from 2-0 down and win the game, 3-2. That’s all for match day 7’s Premier League action.

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English Premier League, Match Day 6

Here is a brief recap of match day 6’s EPL action. Chelsea dominated Arsenal, who were a man down from halftime and two men down from the 79th minute, in a vital match for both teams. The final score was 2-0, Chelsea. AFC Bournemouth beat Sunderland 2-0 with both of their goals coming in the first ten minutes. Saido Berahino’s solo goal assured West Brom a 1-0 win over Aston Villa. Odion Ighalo netted both of Watford’s goals in their 2-1 victory against Newcastle. Leicester City drew 2-2 with Stoke City. Everton and Swansea City tied, 0-0. West Ham United handed league leaders Manchester City their first lost of the season, beating them 2-1. New signing Son Heung-Min scored his first goal for Tottenham, which was the only goal in their match against Crystal Palace. Liverpool went a fourth consecutive match without a win, drawing Norwich 1-1. Anthony Martial netted a brace to help Manchester United defeat Southampton 3-2. That’s all for match day 6. Click on the link below for the current EPL table.

UEFA Champions League, Match Day 1, Part 2

Here is a brief recap of all the UEFA Champions League games that took place on Wednesday. Alessandro Florenzi scored an absolute screamer (an amazing goal) in AS Roma’s 1-1 draw with Barcelona. Bayer Leverkusen cruised to a 4-1 win over BATE Borisov. Arsenal were upset by Dinamo Zagreb, losing 2-1. Thomas Muller netted a brace as Bayern Munich crushed Olympiakos, 3-0. Chelsea smoked Maccabi Tel Aviv, winning 4-0. FC Porto were leading Dynamo Kiev 2-1 in the 88th minute, but then in the 89th minute Vitaliy Buyalsky scored to salvage a point for Kiev. KAA Gent tied with Lyon, 1-1. Zenit were 3-2 victors against Valencia with Hulk netting twice. That’s all for match day 1’s UEFA Champions League action.

UEFA Champions League, Match Day 1, Part 1

The 2015/16 UEFA Champions League has begun. Where smaller teams look to prove themselves and giants try to add titles their name. It’s sure to be an exciting tournament. If you missed this momentous occasion below I have provided a brief recap of the results. PSG dominated Malmo FF and deservedly won, 2-0. Cristiano Ronaldo is off to a good start, scoring a hat-trick (two of which were penalties) in Real Madrid’s 4-0 victory over Shakhtar Donetsk. PSV upset Manchester United, beating them 2-1. To make matters worse for the Reds (Man U), Luke Shaw suffered a serious injury in the 15th minute and probably won’t be returning any time soon. Benfica were 2-0 victors over FC Astana. Wolfsburg beat CSKA Moscow 1-0. Antoine Griezmann netted both goals in Atletico Madrid’s 2-0 win against Galatasaray. Alvaro Morata’s 81st minute cracker (a spectacular goal) gave Juventus the 2-1 win over City and all three points in a hard fought match. Borussia Monchengladbach were crushed 3-0 by Sevilla. That’s all for Tuesday’s UEFA Champions League action. Make sure you check out UEFA Champions League, Match Day 1, Part 2 for Wednesday’s action.

Funny Photos: Celebration Collection

This post is a collection of four photos of celebrations that I find to be hilarious. I have also written a funny caption under each of them.

“Die you corner flag, die!” yells Huntelaar as he flying kicks the corner flag.

Boubacar Barry is doing his Luis Suarez impression, but his victim is a tuft of grass.

“I wanted that goal! Your a meanie!” the guy sitting on the floor whines.

“This is for stealing my goal,” says Mauricio Isla (the one on the left) as he kicks Eduardo Vargas in the rear end.

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