Man City tasted defeat for the first time this season as the runaway league leaders lost 4-3 against Liverpool yesterday.
Jurgen Klopp’s men looked at their absolute best and would have had a bigger margin of victory if not for a lack of concentration in the final minutes of the game.
While fans have been chirping about the victory all around following the win perhaps most fans missed out on a brilliant aspect of their 4th goal, scored by Mo Salah.
The former Roma winger didn’t even bother to wait around for the ball to hit the net as he capitalized on Ederson’s mistake and took off to celebrate the long range strike.
Check out a screenshot showing the Egyptian’s swagger here:
Good time to be a Tottenham fan these days, with the squad looking better than ever and their future home taking shape at a rapid pace.
Spurs are all set to play the next season in their new stadium and the internet has been flooded with pictures of the mammoth arena getting built.
But credit should go to aerial photographer Jason Hawkes, who has perhaps taken one of the most stunning shots of the new stadium.
The Lilywhites managed a convincing 4-0 win over Everton on Saturday and will be traveling to the South Coast to take on Southampton this Sunday.
Check out the stunning photography of the new stadium below –
Screaming with the top down
Two Celtic fans managed to sneak their way into an empty Celtic Park Stadium and pull of one most ridiculous episodes of fan activity inside the walls of the hallowed turf.
The duo who seemed to exhibit every bit of passion ingrained in the famous Green Brigade, made the most of their opportunity to blast out ‘Come on you Bhoys in green’ rendition as the stunning echoes joined in their chants.
Every Celtic’s supporter dream is to witness the COYBIG on the shaking gantry of their home stadium and these two certainly got the chance of their lifetime.
Perhaps a reminder of the renowned and intimidating atmosphere, the Hoops fans can create making Celtic Park one of the toughest place to win a football match.
Check out the clip below –
Liverpool accomplished a thrilling win over league leaders Manchester City as the Reds gegenpresed Pep Guardiola’s side out of the game at Anfield yesterday.
And at the heart of their pressing, quite surprisingly, was young left-back Andrew Robertson.
The new signing unlocked cult status with the Liverpool faithful when he went on a mad pressing spree which saw him hound 4 City players during a moment in the game.
A sensational moment, made even more sensational by this Swedish commentary of Niklas Holmgren –
South Korean is on fire right now
It seems that Heung-Min Son has got the midas touch on him as he finds himself in the form of his life at Tottenham. Against Everton he was at it again, tormenting the Toffees backline and came away with a goal and an assist as Spurs ran out comfortable 4-0 victors.
His dominance on right hand side was summed up when the Korean produced a sublime turn without breaking stride to leave the on-rushing Jonjoe Kenny in limbo.
The number 7 bore down on the goal with intent and laid the ball on a plate for Harry Kane to stab home Spurs’ second goal of the night. While much has been said about his susceptibility against physical opponents, Son has slowly matured into an incredibly clever attacker for Mauricio Pochettino as he extended his goalscoring streak to 5 games.
Although the English duo Kane and Alli have been hogging all the headlines for the Lilywhites, Son has been quietly consistent and is growing into a reliable source of goals for them.
Check out the sick turn from the South Korea below –
Rangers put on a spectacular show in their last game in the Florida cup as the Gers came back from two down at half-time to record a 4-2 victory against Corinthians.
Graeme Murty’s men showed great heart against the Brazilian outfit and new boys Sean Goss and Jamie Murphy looked particularly impressive with the duo recording an assist each.
The vigour on display from their rivals and the brilliant performances put in by their new signings seemed to have got Celtic fans a bit upset during a live stream of the match.
A screenshot which shows certain Celtic fans visibly being unhappy about their Glasgow rivals looking good has been doing the rounds online and has led to a wee bit of banter online.
Check out the comments below –
Leeds United had a disastrous start to 2018 as Luke Ayling injured his ankle following a meaty tackle during the stalemate with Nottingham Forest on New Year’s day.
With the club releasing a statement last week confirming that the defender will miss the rest of the campaign,supporters and players alike have taken to social media to express their goodwill for the former Bristol player.
Gaetano Berardi was the latest Leeds player to join in, with the left-back posting a heartfelt message for his teammate on Instagram urging him to push on through the injury and get back to action as soon as possible.
The gesture has been applauded by Leeds fans who were delighted with the kindness on display for the crocked star.
Future captain in the making, check out the message from Berardi below –
David Moyes watched on with a smile from the dugout as his Hammers side thrashed Huddersfield 4-1 to join an exclusive list of managers having more than 200 Premier League wins.
Marko Arnautovic turned scorer and creator as he added to his 46th minute strike with two fine assists for team mate Manuel Lanzini.
Following the game the Austrian took to Instagram to show his appreciation for his strike partner’s efforts by commenting with the fire emoji on the Argentine’s photo.
The social media activity comes at a time when several reports were surfacing which seemed to have suggested that Lanzini was perhaps unhappy with Arnautovic for not assisting him enough.
However after setting up two on a plate for the Argentine, Arnautovic seems to have shushed these reports and his latest comments indicate all is well between the pair.
Check out a screenshot of Arnie’s social media activity below –
Charismatic Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp just couldn’t help but swear live on television after their thrilling 4-3 win against leaders Manchester City earlier today.
Liverpool scored 3 goals in less than 9 minutes in the second half to take a 4-1 lead but also allowed City to comeback by conceding 2 late goals.
Nobody was as tense as the Reds manager and it showed in his interview after the game.
Kloppo probably still used to the German media, check out the hilarious moment from the post-match interview below –
New signing Andrew Robertson was on right on the money as Liverpool clinched a fantastic 4-3 win against table-toppers Manchester City at Anfield.
The Scot kept old boy Raheem Sterling silent and got on the Englishman’s nerve to the point when boss Pep Guardiola actually had to take him off to avoid a potential red card.
In one of the highlights of the game, the left-back, who was monumental in defence, went on a mad pressing run, terrorising the City players in the second half.
Anfield crowd absolutely loved the commitment on display from their new boy, check out the insane press from Robbo below –