After not having the best of times in a Man United shirt, both Victor Lindelof and Matteo Darmian showed brilliant form during the two exhausting legs of the World Cup qualifier between Sweden and Italy.
In the end it was Victor Lindelof’s Sweden who qualified for the World Cup in Russia next year as Matteo Darmian’s Italy missed out on it for the first time in 60 years.
As perplexed as they were after watching duo play out of their skins on international level, Manchester United fans absolutely loved this moment of brotherhood between the duo last night.
Lindelof was seen comforting Darmian after the Italian took a knee from Mikael Lustig in the Sweden box. Man Utd buddies taking care of each other, watch the full incident below –
Antonio Conte’s announcement about Gary Cahill ‘definitely’ starting against Man United on Sunday met with a barrage of replies from Chelsea fans and needless to say, they were mostly less than positive with some even suggesting that the Italian might be looking to get sacked with this decision.
Cahill’s unpopularity is at an all time high, not necessarily due to the lack of good performances, as the fans think there are much better options present at the club who should be starting over the center-back.
A look at the number of replies on the Gary Cahill tweet from the official Chelsea account, when compared with other tweets, just sums up what the fans think of Conte’s decision of persisting with the Englishman.
Tottenham Hotspur media department providing some much needed laughs for the fans after the abysmal 1-0 defeat against Manchester United on the weekend.
Quite reminiscent of last season, Ben Davies, Kieran Trippier, Michel Vorm and Fernando Llorente took on a ‘What’s in the Box?’ challenge to celebrate Halloween and the results were hilarious. Trippier & Llorente looked genuinely scared whereas Vorm & Davies pretty much nailed the challenge.
Spurs would look to recover from the loss on Saturday, but it does not get easy for the North London side as they face La Liga juggernauts Real Madrid at Wembley on Wednesday.
All the efforts from Jose Mourinho telling his critics to pipe down went in vain as BT Sport panel of Harry Redknapp, Steve McManaman and to some extent even Frank Lampard lambasted the Portuguese for his boring tactics post Spurs win.
The Man Utd boss was spotted vigorously gesturing at the cameras after the 1-0 win against Spurs at Old Trafford yesterday but the BT Sport panel were having none of it and accused Mourinho of lacklustre football.
Check out the bit from the post-match show below –