While Tottenham’s chances in this season’s race for Premier League’s top spots are going to be difficult to forecast accurately, what is looking more and more easy to predict is the club’s kit for the next season.
Absolute mayhem could be the only way to describe Motherwell’s predicament after last night’s 7-2 thrashing at the hands of Aberdeen. Adam Rooney won the match ball with a brilliant hattrick while Jonny Hayes, Andrew Considine, Ryan Christie and Peter Pawlett also found themselves on target.
Motherwell did somehow manage to score two goals courtesy of Ryan Bowman and Stephen Pearson, but it was too little and too late as the game was inevitably done and dusted for Marc McGhee’s boys in the first half itself.
Among the plethora of goals, one that stole the show belonged to Ryan Christie. The Celtic loanee scored a stunner in the 40th minute with an effortlessly deft chip from the outside of his left foot.
With this result, the Dons overtook Rangers by three points to climb up to the second place just behind table toppers Celtic, while Aberdeen continue languishing in the ninth spot.
Watch Christie hit one of the most casually struck outside of the boot golazo below!
Wayne Rooney as a superhero needs no introduction. He’s your friendly neighborhood superhero who beats his rivals on the other side of the town with jaw-dropping bicycle kicks and rescues his team from defeats.
After his appearance in Manchester United’s promo of Deadpool, Rooney has now appeared in another superhero movie, this time for the latest Wolverine movie Logan.
An exclusive Manchester United promo of the much-awaited Hollywood movie starring Wayne Rooney depicts the number 10 man as his club’s own Wolverine.
The video makes comparisons between Hugh Jackman’s character in the movie along with iconic moments of Wayne Rooney’s career, drawing correlations between the two as superheroes who fight for some important cause.
From sensational Wazza goals to some of the biggest moments of his life in the red shirt, this promo of Wolverooney will surely leave United fans with goosebumps.
Wolverhampton Wanderers might not be having the time of their lives in the Championship, but they have won laurels off the field, and their social media team definitely deserves a raise for this.
In a bid to overhaul the décor at Molineux Stadium, the club has roped in freelance artist Alexander Wells, who has done some stunning work in decorating the stadium’s tunnels and dressing rooms.
Apart from redesigning infrastructure, Wolverhampton’s social media team decided to mark the occasion of Wolverhampton’s next fifth-round FA Cup fixture against Chelsea with a special edition of the decorating programme.
Wells came up with a breath-taking illustration of the club’s wolf challenging Chelsea’s blue lion right before the two sides clash on Saturday.
While Chelsea will be favourites to win the game, Wolves are surely not to be taken lightly as they have beaten top-flight clubs like Liverpool to reach this stage.
Everytime lots are drawn for UEFA Champions League’s round of 16, it can always be safe to predict an Arsenal vs. Bayern Munich face off, and this season won’t be any different.
Wenger’s Arsenal will travel to Allianz Arena tonight and the fixture is eventful because this will be the fourth time in five seasons that Arsenal have been drawn against Bayern.
In terms of a head-to-head record, Bayern have won 5, drawn 2 and lost 3 out of the last 10 games between these two sides.
Fresh from their 2-0 victory over Hull City, Arsenal will look forward to use their momentum and try to erase haunting memories of their last game against Bayern in 2015, when the Gunners were embarrassed with a 5-1 loss.
In terms of line-ups, Arsenal will have an advantage as Bayern will have to play without Ribery and Boateng. Apart from Granit Xhaka making a possible comeback, Ospina will replace Cech in the goal.
Although Bayern have an upper hand in terms of chances of winning, Arsenal have proven themselves by overturning first leg defeats in the past.
Check out the probably starting lineup that could face face Bayern tonight!
Don’t be surprised to find a Google Doodle celebrating Arsenal’s next Premier League title by firing a canon some day because, as it turn out, Google is officially a Gooner.
During a random web search, an observant Arsenal fan was left elated to notice that Google portrayed Arsenal to be right behind Chelsea on the PL table despite having the 3rd rank.
While Google displayed Arsenal’s name in the second spot when in reality they sit comfortably on the fourth, the search engine, in true Gooner spirit, placed Tottenham below the Gunners despite Spurs having a better goal difference.
Although the reason for such a table can be attributed to a technical glitch, nothing stopped Arsenal fans from bragging about the fact that somebody working at Google is actually one of their own.
Check out a Reddit user unveiling Google’s true identity as a Gooner below!
Love for football has grown leaps and bounds in every corner of the world and USA has been one of the biggest contributories to this.
With players like Tim Howard and Clint Dempsey making their mark in England, the popularity of Premier League teams amongst Americans has been proven by 2014’s famous Manchester United – Real Madrid face off in Michigan’s Rose Bowl stadium that drew a staggering 109,318 spectators.
Evident from that particular exhibition game, it appears that the Red Devils dominate the list of most followed PL clubs in the US.
As it turns out, 15 of the 25 most-watched EPL games in American TV history involve Manchester United, and their fixture against Arsenal in November 2014 pulled a massive viewership of 1.41 million.
Other PL giants like Chelsea and Man City also fared very well on the list. Although bitter rivals Liverpool does not seem to have a lot of viewership despite having American owners.