Liverpool vs Inter Milan 4-1 Highlights & Goals (Video) | NextGen Series

Langtree Park (St Helens, Merseyside) | The NextGen Series | Liverpool U19 vs Inter Milan U19

Liverpool advance to the last 16 of the NextGen series with a super win against Inter Milan, who had already qualified. Both Samed Yesil and Conor Coady scored two goals each whereas Marco Benassi scored the solitary goal for the Italian side.

Ryan McLaughlin & Jordan Ibe, too, gave impressive performances.

Watch the highlights of Liverpool’s 4-1 win over Inter below.

Manchester United vs Liverpool Rivalry | Origins, Hooliganism, Head to Head record

The kind of rivalry which makes Evra vs Suarez looks like child’s play.

To regards it as the biggest rivalry in football will not be an understatement. Manchester United and Liverpool epitomise the word ‘rivalry’ in the game. Players of each club don’t get transferred to another one albeit a very few exceptions, but no direct transfers. The transfer of Gabriel Heinze being the last controversial one as the Argentinian pushed hard for a transfer to Liverpool but was refused and then he went to Real Madrid.  Both of the clubs together have won a massive 37 Premier League titles. Considering the number of big clubs from London, this number is proof of this intense rivalry. But Since the 1990s it has all been Manchester United.

One of the most important and interesting facts about this fixture, which we found on Wikipedia, is that a Manchester United vs Liverpool game is generally scheduled during the lunch time. At noon, so that the fans don’t get the chance of getting absolutely battered drunk before the match. A wise decision considering the animosity between the two sides. And alcohol could prove to be a catalyst in already a highly intensified affair.

But It Started Way Before

The origin of this rivalry is also as riveting. Cotton, at the center of it all. Liverpool, being one of the first docks which were created in England had the upper hand. Obviously, the material arrived at Liverpool. And Manchester was a city under an immense industrial revolution. Which meant that the most of the manufacturing factories were at Manchester, a center of production. Liverpool charged more to the material which were going to Manchester. Hence a rivalry was born and it had nothing to do with football. And this was 18th century. Way before most of you, who are reading this, were born. Maybe even your fathers weren’t born.

Hardcore Hooliganism

The most hardcore of it all would be the incident which took place in the 1996 FA Cup final match. Manchester United had won the match. And when they were walking to collect the trophy, a Liverpool fan spat at club legend Eric Cantona and also managed to throw a vicious punch at Sir Alex Ferguson. But that was not the nastiest thing about that match. Reports seems to believe that Liverpool supporters threw s**t, amongst many other objects.

But the most sickening of all is the chants thrown by some of the supporters of both the clubs. Manchester United fans about the Hillsborough incident and Liverpool supporters about the Munich disaster. Recently, these have died down as rational sense have prevailed but still their are some people who like to chant about dead people. We ought to ignore it because that’s not what the rivalry represents. Its belittling the rivalry which stands for way more than one could imagine.

Head to Head Record

In Barclays Premier League – Manchester United have been winners in 62 match whereas Liverpool in 53 matches, 44 draws between them.

In FA Cup – 9 Man Utd win compare to 4 Liverpool wins and 4 draws.

In League Cup – Liverpool have been winners thrice whereas Manchester United only once.

David Bowie’s New Song in 10 Years ‘Where Are We Now?’ (Listen)

David Bowie fans woke up to a brilliant surprise this morning. On his 66th birthday, which is today, David Bowie released the first single in a decade. The track called as ‘Where Are We Now?’ is available for everyone to watch and hear. And you can do that right below.

The song comes from Bowie’s latest album ‘The Next Day’ which is due to be released in March 2013 across the globe.

The Next Day tracklisting:

1. The Next Day
2. Dirty Boys
3. The Stars (Are Out Tonight)
4. Love is Lost
5. Where Are We Now?
6. Valentine’s Day
7. If You Can See Me
8. I’d Rather Be High
9. Boss of Me
10. Dancing Out in Space
11. How Does the Grass Grow?
12. (You Will) Set the World on Fire
13. You Feel So Lonely You Could Die
14. Heat

Bonus tracks:

15. So She
16. I’ll Take You There
17. Plan


Cheltenham vs Everton 1-5 Highlights & Goals (Video) | 7 Jan 2013

The Abbey Business Stadium | FA Cup, Third Round


Cheltenham – Russell Penn (51′)
Everton – Nikica Jelavic (13′), Leighton Baines (21′ penalty), Leon Osman (49′), Seamus Coleman (58′), Marouane Fellaini (89′)

Cheltenham Starting Lineup – Brown, Jombati, Bennett, Elliott, Jones, McGlashan, Pack, Carter, Mohamed, Penn, Goulding
Everton Starting Lineup –  Howard, Coleman, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, Neville, Osman, Anichebe, Fellaini, Oviedo, Jelavic

Watch the highlights below.

Gabrielle Gary’s Incredible 3 Pointer against Lafayette Jeff (Video)

Audacious how Gabrielle Gary shot this 3 pointer.

The moment occurred in a high school basketball match between McCutcheon Maverick and Lafayette Jeff. The attempt was more to save a loose ball for which she threw it without even looking and it went in.

Watch this glorious 3 pointer below.

Napoli vs Roma 4-1 Highlights & Goals (Video) | Serie A

Stadio San Paolo | 6 Jan 2013

Zdenek Zeman’s Roma played very good football but it was Napoli who scored all the goals. Not all but 80% of it. Uruguyan Edinson Cavani was at his furious best as he scored an emphatic hat trick. Hence Napoli have now climbed upto the 3rd position.


Napoli – Edinson Cavani (4′, 48′, 70′), Christian Maggio (90′)
AS Roma – Pablo Osvaldo (73′)

Watch the highlights below.

Arras vs PSG 3-4 Highlights & Goals (Video) | Coupe de France

Stade de l’Epopée | 6 Jan 2013

Zlatan Ibrahimovic was rested by Carlo Ancelotti for this Coupe de France fixture and he almost came to regret it against the CFA 2 side Arras Football.


Arras – Mustapha Ait Bouhou (26′), Arnaud Despres (52′), Sebastien Bernard (81′)
Paris Saint-Germain – Ezequiel Lavezzi (7′, 68′), Blaise Matuidi (10′), Zoumana Camara (40′)

Watch the highlights below.

Barcelona vs Espanyol 4-0 Highlights & Goals (Video) | La Liga

Camp Nou | 6 Jan 2013

The Catalan Derby, had no major upset as Barcelona ran riot in the first 30 minutes of the game. Espanyol were blitzkrieged by the awesome Barcelona movement and as a result of which found themselves four goals down in the first half an hour. It was an impossible task to comeback from that and it remained impossible.

The winter break did not put any hamper on Barcelona’s play and have started the new year without any fuss. The win means Barca are now 12 points clear at the top of the table.


Barcelona – Xavi (10′), Pedro (15′, 27′), Lionel Messi (29′ penalty)

Barcelona Starting Lineup – Valdes; Alves, Pique, Puyol, Alba; Xavi, Busquets, Cesc; Pedro, Messi, Iniesta
Espanyol Starting Lineup – Casilla; Lopez, Colotto, Moreno, Capdevila; Forlin, Sanchez; Verdu, Baena, Simao; Garcia

Watch the highlights below.

Mansfield vs Liverpool 1-2 Highlights & Goals (Video) | FA Cup

One Call Stadium | 6 Jan 2013

A match that was certainly better looking off the pitch as cameras kept switching towards the hot chief executive of Mansfield. And also the Luis Suarez hand ball goal. Liverpool as expected dominated possession in a very heavy water loggged pitch. Mansfield came strongly in the second half and was a good performance from the Conference National side.

And Daniel Sturridge scored a goal on his debut inside 7 minutes.


Liverpool – Daniel Sturridge goal vs Mansfield (7′), Luis Suarez goal vs Mansfield (59′)
Mansfield Town – Matthew Green goal vs Liverpool (80′)

Mansfield Starting Lineup – Marriott, Thompson, Dempster, Geohaghon, Beevers, Meikle, Clements, Murray, Howell, Briscoe, Green
Liverpool Starting Lineup – Jones, Wisdom, Coates, Carragher, Robinson, Lucas, Allen, Shelvey, Suso, Sturridge, Downing

Watch the highlights below.