As far as designing goes, this edit of Mohamed Salah’s brilliant goal against Porto should be considered as pure art.
An extremely talented graphics designer and also a Liverpool fan, @UKILFC went viral on Twitter after his design and interpretation of Salah’s goal in the Champions League received a number of retweets and likes.
The Merseyside club has been on a roll lately and signaled their intent for the rest of the season with a 5-0 thrashing of Porto last week.
An absolutely sick edit from a very talented designer, who is probably inspired by the team’s performance on the field.
Check out @UKILFC‘s work below –
Even the Manchester United fans would admit that Romelu Lukaku is perhaps not as gracious with his first touch on the ball on many occasions but the amount of ridicule that gets dished out towards the Belgian for his first touch on the internet borders on ridiculous.
But the striker shut down the haters and broke away from the stereotype after he pulled off a brilliant first touch to take an Alexis Sanchez cross in his stride during the 2-0 win against Huddersfield Town on the weekend.
Besides the touch, Romelu Lukaku wreaked havoc on the Huddersfield defence as he scored both the goals on the night.
It seems the Belgian has now started to click with Alexis Sanchez as well, check out this passage of play from the FA Cup game below –
Rochdale pulled of a sensational achievement when the League One outfit fought hard and managed a 2-2 draw against Premier League hotshots Tottenham Hotspur in the 5th round of the FA Cup on Sunday.
After taking the game to their Premier League opponents and opening the scoring on the stroke of the half-time, Rochdale went behind in the second half after goals from new boy Lucas Moura and Harry Kane.
But three minutes into the injury time, Steve Davies turned up & secured 2-2 draw for the home side.
The Crown Oil Arena was rocking throughout and it seems manager Keith Hill was fully involved as well, a bit too much perhaps as the Rochdale boss was caught on camera bouncing to the ‘Arsenal fan on a string’ chant from the traveling Spurs supporters.
Check out the moment below –
Who knew when Mo Salah joined Liverpool last summer that the Egyptian would go on to become one of the most deadliest forwards in the world but what was even more unexpected was his elite bromance with defender Dejan Lovren.
Liverpool fans online have been sharing evidence of the cute friendship developing between the two players and there are no signs of stopping.
Besides the 5-0 thrashing of FC Porto in the Champions League last week, the social media activity from the two has been one of the major talking points of the Reds fanbase in the last few days.
Check out the pictures of the unexpected bromance between the duo below –
Leeds United, under new manager Paul Heckingbottom, pulled off an incredible comeback after going down two-nil in the first half.
Some brilliant finishing from Pierre-Michel Lasogga and Kemar Roofe earned Leeds United a vital point at Elland Road but a special mention should also go the fans present at the ground.
The passion from the fans clearly got through to the team as the last 20 minutes were incredible and everyone at the stadium minus the Bristol City contingent were probably disappointed that they didn’t came away with a win in the end.
2-0 down with no hope and Elland Road was rocking, check out the incredible noise from the Leeds fans below –
New signing Lucas Moura opened his account for Spurs with a second half goal against Rochdale in the FA Cup.
The January transfer window arrival got the North London side back in the game with a neatly taken strike on his full debut.
Spurs took a hit in the first half after Ian Henderson put the home side ahead in the 45th minute but got back in the game with their first meaningful foray forward after the break.
Moura with a neat finish to restore parity, much to the relief of the 2,000 travelling fans. Check out the goal below –
Horrible pitch conditions which instigated talks of abandonment of the Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Borussia Dortmund game.
Should have been abandoned really, check out the state of the pitch below –
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The Liverpool squad will be spending the FA Cup weekend in Marbella as the players and the first team coaching staff flew to Spain for a four-day warm-weather training camp on Thursday.
A much deserved break, after the Reds all but secured their birth in the last 8 of the Champions League with a 5-0 thrashing of FC Porto on Wednesday.
The players were given the first day off in Spain and many of them including the likes of Dejan Lovren, Virgil Van Dijk, Mo Salah, Loris Karius and Joel Matip were spotted having a great time at a casino in the south of Spain.
Check out the picture of the Liverpool players at the blackjack table below –
Not sure if it was intentional from the Brazilian, but this elastico through ball in the first half surely summed up Willian’s performance during the 4-0 win against Hull City last night.
Chelsea moved to the next rounds of the FA Cup after a convincing win on the night and Willian was at the center of everything good for the Blues with two goals to his name.
The winger was excellent, both offensively and defensively and could see himself getting a start next Tuesday as Chelsea take on European royalty Barcelona in the Champions League Round of 16 match at Stamford Bridge.
From various angles, check out the neat piece of skill from Willian against Hull below –
Celtic’s 1-0 win against Zenit St. Petersburg in the Europa League Round of 32 fixture was hailed by everyone for the manner in which Brendan Rodgers’ side went about their business on Thursday.
The Bhoys put forth a magnificent passing display at Celtic Park and captain Scott Brown was at the center (literally) of all things good during the match and before it as well.
Fans were charged up to see the Scot in action during the huddle before kick-off and one could only imagine what effect it must have on the players.
Only getting better with age, it was a lesson from Scott Brown in how to control a game at European level on Thursday.
Looked truly intense from the skipper, check out the footage of the pre-match huddle below –