Premier League and La Liga: Disappointing Ends for League Leaders in Manchester and Madrid Derby
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Premier League and La Liga: Disappointing Ends for League Leaders in Manchester and Madrid Derby

Pep Guardiola’s hope to stretch their margin to 17 disastrously last weekend. In the Manchunian derby, the Citizen stumbled and suffered a crucial 0-2 loss. Bruno Fernandes gave the visitors the lead through his penalty and Luke Shaw’s overlap initiated United’s second goal of the game. Raheem Sterling and Co wasted at least three decent chances, something which Pep Guardiola has concerned lately. In the meantime, Chelsea managed to climb to the fourth and return to the UCL ra

World Cup Qualifiers: Nations vs Clubs Feud Reaches the New Stage
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World Cup Qualifiers: Nations vs Clubs Feud Reaches the New Stage

The next world cup qualifiers which are scheduled later a new stage of feud between the nations and the clubs’ players. One thing, it is surely due to none but the COVID-19, which leads to the travel restrictions to some countries plus the quarantine policy. Another thing is partly because of FIFA new rule regarding such issue, which enables the clubs to ban their players flying home for taking part in their national teams’ matches in World Cup 2022 Qualifiers, which is

Premier League: Manchester City Takes over the Top as United Stunned and The Reds Bounce Back
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Premier League: Manchester City Takes over the Top as United Stunned and The Reds Bounce Back

Pep Guardiola’s men finally take over the top leader, Manchester United in the midweek after a very unlikely result in Old Trafford. They were stunned by Sheffield United’s form and defeated 1-2. Kean Bryan’s header gave the visitors the unlikely lead on the 23rd minuted. United responded on 64th minute through the former Blades’ man, Harry Macguire. However, ten minutes later, Oliver Burke restored the lead for Chris Wilder’s men for the shocking win this season. Meanwhil

Duo Manchester Back in the Title Race Leaving Liverpool Behind
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Duo Manchester Back in the Title Race Leaving Liverpool Behind

The midweek fixtures apparently were a showdown of the title race after the last time in 2017/18 season. The Red Devils claimed the top of the table again from Leicester which led a day before. The away victory against Fulham helped them topple the Foxes. Despite conceding first by Adebola Lookman on 5th minute, Ole Solskjaer’s men equalised on 21st minute by Edison Cavani who took advantage of the deflection from Fulham goalie and his former teammate in PSG, Alphonse

Premier League: United Toppled Liverpool, Spurs Stumbled Again
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Premier League: United Toppled Liverpool, Spurs Stumbled Again

Manchester United finally returns to the top after leading the standings. It is their first time since 2017 in the Mourinho’s early reign. Their win against Burnley on the road last Tuesday was enough to send them back in a higher position than Liverpool, something which has been rare in the past few years. Paul Pogba scored the winning goal while visiting Turf Moor by taking advantage of Marcus Rashford’s pass. They are now collecting 36 points with 3 point cushion from

Premier League: Two Old Rivals on the Top and Tight Title Race
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Premier League: Two Old Rivals on the Top and Tight Title Race

The two old rivals in English football, Liverpool and involved in a title race this year. Both are collecting the same points, 33, on the top. However, their last outings saw the degrading form of The Reds while Ole Solskjaer’s men have been on their positive trend. They also have one game less than Mo Salah and Co. Last weekend, Manchester United was quite lucky to win over Aston Villa 2-1. Bruno Fernandes’ penalty, once again gave them the crucial win after Bertrand T

Chelsea, Liverpool and Juventus Shared Spoils
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Chelsea, Liverpool and Juventus Shared Spoils

Two top teams in Premier League, Chelsea and Liverpool, topple Spurs this weekend, wasted the opportunity to snatch a win as both could only muster a draw. The Blues, which welcomed their former boss Jose Mourinho’s return to Stamford Bridge, were involved in a tight clash before finally ended the game in a goalless draw. Both sides had several chances but were mainly denied by the goal keepers. In the end, it was a fair result. Meanwhile, The Reds was even more unlucky and