Pic: Sergio Aguero involved in a traffic accident in Holland, apparently saved by his seat belt

It looks like Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero was involved in a car accident in Amsterdam last night.

The Argentine  was in a cab when the the accident took place and was apparently only saved because he chose to wear his seat belt.

Rumors suggests that the diminutive forward might have suffered a fractured rib and will be out of action for 2 months.

Scary news for the fans and hopefully the striker recovers well after this. Via @r0eland, alleged pictures from the crash site can be seen below –



(Video) Nice-Vitesse Europa League match stopped after the stadium went DARK from a power outage

The Europa League encounter between Nice and Vitesse had to stopped at the Allianz Riviera after the electricity went out at the stadium

Nice were leading the match 2-0 when the incident happened. Plea and Saint-Maximin  with the goals for the Ligue 1 outfit

Check out the video below –

Official: FC Bayern Munich and Carlo Ancelotti part ways

It’s all official now after Bayern Munich released a statement regarding the sacking of Carlo Ancelotti. Assistant boss Willy Sagnol will take temporary charge.

Check out the full statement (translated) from Bayern Munich below –

As a result of an internal analysis after the 3-0 defeat in the Champions League group game at Paris Saint-Germain, the FC Bayern München cheerless Carlo Ancelotti (58).

“The performance of our team since the start of the season did not meet the expectations we put to them. The game in Paris clearly showed that we had to draw consequences. Hasan Salihamidžić and I told Carlo today in an open and serious discussion and gave him our decision, “said Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, FC Bayern Munich’s CEO. “I would like to thank Carlo for the cooperation and regret the development she has taken. Carlo is my friend and will remain, but we had to make a professional decision in the sense of FC Bayern. I now expect the team to have a positive development and absolute performance, so we can reach our goals for this season. ”

Also the Italian coach of Carlo Ancelotti – Davide Ancelotti, Giovanni Mauri, Francesco Mauri and Mino Fulco – has freed FC Bayern Munich today. Willy Sagnol (40) takes over the management training until further assistant coach. Sagnol will sit on the bench as an interim trainer on Sunday at the match in Berlin.

(Video) Leroy Sane with a filthy goal to put Man City ahead v Crystal Palace

Ball controlling of the highest authority from Leroy Sane as the winger put City ahead with a stunning goal against Crystal Palace at the Etihad.

What a soft touch and finish from the little German, with Silva showing his class as well.

Check out the goal below –

Romelu Lukaku subtly tells the Man Utd fans to stop with the penis chant

Romelu Lukaku finally responded towards all the controversy surrounding a NSFW chant of his nowadays being sung by Manchester United fans.

The chant, which could be heard here, goes like this –

“Romelu Lukaku!
He’s our Belgian scoring genius with a 24 inch penis.
Scoring all our goals, bell-end by his toes!”

The Belgian reached out to the fans via the Manchester United official Twitter and requested the fans to stop singing the chant, as it could be considered offensive.

Check out Lukaku’s response below

 

Bakayoko Car Crash: Chelsea man involved in an accident report suggests

According to reports on Twitter, Chelsea new signing Tiemoue Bakayoko was involved in a minor car accident after leaving Chelsea training ground today.




The accident reportedly took place around 3:30pm.

But fans need not worry as he was also reported to have been doing fine and is apparently at home.

Obviously not a problem for fans like the ones seen below –

Leicester City v Liverpool – Probable Lineups, Preview, Kick Off timings (UK, US, Aus, India)

The Carabao Cup: Leicester City vs Liverpool

Preview

Leicester City takes on Liverpool at the King Power Stadium Tuesday night when the third round of the Carabao Cup resumes (The EFL Cup). Both the teams will be hoping for a turnaround in their form after having failed to register a win in any of their last three games.

The Foxes though will be the more confident side as they were able to score 4 goals past Sheffield United in the second round of the competition. Manager Craig Shakespeare is likely to rest striker Jamy Vardy and Matty James following their injuries. Shakespeare is also expected to hand a start to Islam Slimani, Ahmed Musa, and Demarai Gray after doing so in the previous League Cup outing.

Liverpool is in middle of an extremely busy September and Jurgen Klopp is almost certain to rotate his side substantially for the mid-week game. Klopp already confirmed that Dany Ward, Marko Grujic, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are set to start, while Dominic Solanke is highly likely to get a chance on the squad.

The Probable Line-Ups:




Leicester City:

GK: Ben Hamer
Defense: Ben Chilwell, Harry Maguire, Alexander Dragovic, Danny Simpson
Midfield: Mark Albrighton, Demarai Gray, Vicente Iborra, Riyad Mahrez
Striker: Islam Slimani, Ahmed Musa

Liverpool:

GK: Danny Wood
Defense: Andrew Robertson, Ragnar Klavan, Dejan Lovren, Joe Gomez
Midfield: Georginio Wijnaldum, James Milner, Marko Grujic
Striker: Philippe Coutinho, Dominic Solanke, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

Match Kick-Off Timings:

UK: 19:45 PM
USA: 14:45 PM
Australia: 4:45 AM
India: 12:15 AM

Best bars & pubs to have a pre-match pint around Wembley

So, you are at the Wembley and have more than an hour in hand before the match starts. Or maybe you just want to have a pint before arriving at the stadium. If yes, then these are the places that you would want to visit:

1. Flannery’s Bar

610 High Rd, Wembley, Middlesex, HAO 2AF

The Irish Bar, only a mile away from the Wembley Stadium has one of a kind ambiance if you’re looking for a pre-match hangout. This warm and friendly pub offers a wide range of beers with some truly delicious food. You also would not need an excuse to sing with the locals.




2. Blue Check Café 

12-13 Empire Way, Wembley, Middlesex, HA9 0RQ

If you consider yourself to be more of a foodie, Blue Check Café in Wembley is the right place for you. A wide range of drinks on tap as well as in bottles, plenty of TV’s with live football broadcast and some very comfortable sofas, this café is one of the musts around Wembley.

3. The Corner House 

313 Harrow Rd, Wembley, Middlesex, HA9 6BA

The tiny Irish bar off the High Road has an old rustic feel to it; with Lagers, Guinness and Cider on their offerings. And you don’t have to keep waiting for your drink either as you can expect a quick service from the staff before a game.

4. The Chandos Arms 

31 Colindale Ave, London NW9 5DS

Going to the Wembley with that special someone? The family-friendly Chandos is one of the best pubs around London if you want to enjoy some quality time before you get seated at the stadium.

5. The Green Man Hotel and Pub 

Dagmar Avenue, Wembley HA9 8DF

The pub which is just a 10 mins walking distance away from the stadium regularly caters to stadium events. With a well laid out pub with a wide selection of drinks, it is very popular for a pre and post-match drinks.