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Chelsea fly, Liverpool cry

Liverpool are under pressure and with Ozan Kabak set to miss the action against Fulham next week, Klopp is left pondering about new options rather than avoiding yet another defeat.

Barcelona complete the comeback

In the 2019 quarter-finals, Barca came from behind to beat Sevilla after a 2-0 away defeat in the first leg, thumping the Andalusians 6-1, but two years down the line, the Blaugrana have hit rock bottom and are slowly on their way up.

Manchester City: Pep Guardiola is a master tactician

Pep Guardiola rotated his players in this formation and his idea was not to run too much with the ball, rather, pass to the teammates, then adjust the respective positions and open up space and thereby contribute productively

The bad days of Josep Maria Bartomeu don’t seem to end

Bartomeu has experienced the cult of individual players in the team, back-stabbing as per rumours, humiliation, jail sentence, and then bailing out – the lean-patch continues to prolong.

Vinicius Junior earns a face-saving draw for Real Madrid

With Atletico Madrid slipping up against Levante, Zidane missed the opportunity to gain some ground on their league-leading rivals.

The shining Claudinho

Claudinho was the shining jewel in the Brasileiro and RB Leipzig are highly interested in signing the Brazilian star.

Important win for Barcelona

Important win for Barca who move to second place, one point ahead of Real Madrid and two points short of Atletico Madrid.

Ferland Mendy to the rescue

Atalanta are well known for their free-flowing nature and when Cristian Romero, the center-back stated, “Our idea is to attack 90 minutes” the intention of the Italian side was clear – attack and pressurize the fragile backline of Real...

Business as usual for Bayern Munich in the night of landmarks

The German Giants at their very best in Rome.

The spectacular strike by Olivier Giroud disturbs Diego Simeone’s plans

Chelsea won the first leg courtesy of better composure and the spectacular strike by Olivier Giroud

Barcelona let down by Clement Lenglet

Barca has to carry on a player who offers little, still, Koeman needs to find the way and invest more time in the genuine performers.

Inter thrash AC Milan

Inter had been the better side and deserve the accolades.

Casemiro gives Real Madrid the much needed victory

A victory was morale-boosting, but the overall performance lacked the spark and in the upcoming clash against Atalanta in the Champions, the Los Blancos would need to reinvigorate themselves because the Italians are a much better unit than Valladolid.   

Nightmare continues for Liverpool

Ecstasy for Carlo Ancelotti, while Klopp was left pondering what options are left to end the season with respect.  

The magnificent Erling Haaland

Erling Haaland of Norway and Borussia Dortmund only knows how to score goals and he just makes them look so easy. He was at his pristine best yet again last night at Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium against Sevilla. He scored twice and ensured a much-needed away win for Dortmund.

Porto shock for Juventus

It was not the night Adrea Pirlo and Cristiano Ronaldo expected at the Estadio do Darago. A team that boasts of quality players should have secured the most important away win – sadly, Goals by Mehdi Taremi and Moussa Marega propelled Porto to their first victory against Juventus in the Champions League.

PSG fly the victory flag at Camp Nou

Mbappe produced a breathtaking display of football by scoring a hat-trick to lead PSG to a decisive 4-1 win against Barcelona and made Lionel Messi look pale and out of order.

Liverpool start the knockout campaign with a victory

Even though the fortress Anfield has been breached this year, but still, Klopp and his boys would not let the cracks widen.

Real Madrid win again

Real Madrid won again and despite the injury blows they maintained their consistency.

Liverpool cut a sorry figure

English Premier League 2020-21: What has happened to Liverpool? The Reds are cutting a sorry figure and the empire of Jurgen Klopp seems to be falling down this season. It took just seven minutes for them to implode and digest another defeat in the Premier League. They are a shadow of the past and the team seems to be showing no signs of improving rather getting trapped in the zone of weird transition – one minute they are up while in the rest, they are down and out.

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