Now the question on everybody’s lips are who is going to win the champions trophy? Now the Premier League is over we can turn to other major sporting events. The favourites, England? A great series win over South Africa have put England into a great position heading into the tournament. Also with the “easier”… Continue reading Champions trophy time!
With 37 goals and 3 scorelines with 5 or more goals, is it the most exciting last day ever? Let’s start with the game of the season? 7-1! 7-1! A Harry Kane hat-rick and goals from: Alli, Wanyama, Davies and Alderweireld put Hull to sleep. This performance capped off with the Golden Boot for… Continue reading Most Exciting last day ever?
Chelsea are only 3 points off Premier League victory after a dominating performance at Stamford Bridge, Middlesbrough needed to draw to stay up. Though the possession stats in the first half suggests it was a even half but although the possession was even, Chelsea dominated the chances. Marcos Alonso nearly scored early… Continue reading Middlesbrough down as Chelsea run riot
Goalkeeper-Fraser Forster A great penalty save and rescued a draw for Southampton. Southampton and Fraser Forster haven’t had a great season but this defensive performance from Forster and Southampton brought a spark into my day. This performance towards the end of the end of the season gives Forster a good shot to be… Continue reading Team of the Week
Wenger was looking likely to get sacked after Arsenal were plunged into a bad run of form, but things are starting to look up now they are in the FA cup final. The match today has a sign of good things to come, a lucky Xhaka goal and the second goal from Welbeck moves them… Continue reading Wenger to Stay?
Final day of the championship, thrills, disappointments and amazing escapes. Let’s start with the top of the table- Brighton are denied top of the table by Aston Villa. An 89-minute goal from Jack Grealish rescued a draw meaning Newcastle finished top, after beating Barnsley 3-0 with Perez, Gayle and Mbemba grabbing the goals. In… Continue reading Championship Chaos
After Saturday’s fixtures the bottom of the table has got messy. Swansea’s brilliant 1-0 victory over Everton takes them out of the relegation zone and on 35 points nearing the illusive 40-point margin. Swansea were helped immensely after Hull dropped points at home to already relegated Sunderland; the 2-0 loss may have come as… Continue reading Relegation Scrap gets Heated