Liverpool have had a sensational 2017/18 season with a top 4 finish in the Premier League and an outstanding run in the Champions League that has seen them qualify for their 1st final in the last decade.
Jurgen Klopp’s side has shown some scintillating counter-attacking football that has terrorised opposition defences all season.
Their ‘heavy metal’ brand of football has been instrumental in the Reds being able to beat big teams like Manchester city thrice this season.
The Liverpool players, especially the attacking trio of Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah have shown the tendency to track back and help out the defense whenever they lose the ball and have been equally brilliant in combining together to launch rapid counter-attacks leading to plenty of goal being scored among the trio.
Check out a compilation showing Liverpool’s most awesome counter-attacking maneuvers below –
Change is imminent at the Emirates with long serving manager Arsene Wenger stepping down from the Gunners hotseat after spending 22 years at the club.
While the Frenchman was widely criticized in the latter stages of his reign for a lack of silverware, few could argue about his pedigree with the 63-year-old regarded as one of the best managers to have ever worked in England.
While Wenger’s departure has been widely discussed in the footballing world for some time now, several other departures at the club behind the scenes have somewhat shocked supporters.
A new graphic doing the rounds online shows that almost 20 percent of Arsenal’s staff have now been released or suspended as the club try to take a new direction from next season.
Massive overhaul at the Emirates – check out the graphic here:
While Tottenham’s quest for silverware went fruitless once again this campaign, Mauricio Pochettino’s side certainly gave supporters some memorable moments throughout the year and ended the year on a high yesterday to finish third in the points table.
Tottenham supporters should be especially motivated for the upcoming season based on their showing in Europe after defeating holders Real Madrid and came agonizingly close to upstaging Juventus in Turn.
The positivity around the club at the moment continues off the pitch as well with police helicopters flying around the region managing to capture some stunning photos of their upcoming new ground.
The stadium which is set to be feature several groundbreaking innovations including a retractable pitch looks to be taking shape nicely, which should definitely be welcome news for supporters who had to make Wembley their temporary home this season.
A sight to behold – check out aerial snaps of the huge structure here:
Via National Police Air Service
It’s safe to say that 2017 was a sweet year for Scott McTominay with the u-21 star making the big leap to the first team squad and gaining his first international cap for Scotland along the way.
With many youngsters often being frozen out by Jose Mourinho in the past, the young Scot certainly looks to have reversed the trend, with the Portuguese tactician often singling him out for praise after matches and even presenting him with a special accolade during United’s award night recently.
McTominay has been a shrewd player for United in midfield linking the defence with attack brilliantly and ended his breakthrough season with another assured display in the 1-0 victory over Watford yesterday.
While he has not often been viewed as a powerhouse, the youngster showed his strength against the Hornets, outsmarting two defenders before pushing off highly-rated midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure with an insane turn.
Check out the moment below:
Liverpool secured Champions League qualification for the second consecutive season after comprehensively defeating Brighton 4-0 to finish fourth in the Premier League table.
Mohamed Salah stole the highlights once again as the Egyptian scored the record-breaking 32nd goal to round off a scintillating Premier League season.
But it wasn’t all about the Egyptian as Dutch defender Virgil Van Dijk showed his array of passing skills during a moment in the game.
A 50-yard through ball that skimmed past the entire Brighton midfield to reach the path of Trent Alexander-Arnold had the home fans raving about it.
High class passing from an absolute royalty of a defender, check out moment below –
Utah resident Keziah Daum had no clue that her choice of attire for senior prom would cause such a stir online, with photos of her special night being subject to a lot of discussion on various social media platforms.
The reason? Unlike other American teenagers, Daum decided to wear a traditional red cheongsam, also known as a qipao — the high-collared, form-fitting traditional Chinese dress on her prom night.
Her photos went viral in the blink of an eye as people around the globe were intrigued by the odd choice of clothing for an American teenage girl, amassing over 42,000 shares on Twitter.
And now following her prom situation, the teenager at the center of all the attention has intrigued the attention of football fans, especially those in Chelsea blue as she revealed her allegiance to the Londoners on Twitter.
The viral sensation showing her football connection on Twitter- Check out the teenager’s pouts in Chelsea blue below:
There aren’t many songs which are as unanimous with football as Richard Rodgers’ You’ll Never Walk Alone, with the song being sung by clubs in England, Scotland and even Germany.
Beautiful renditions of the tune has always managed to attract the attention of football fans around the globe and a pianist playing the tune at a Celtic pub has become the latest person to do just that.
Often heard during European nights at Celtic Park, the song holds a special place among the Hoops faithful who instantly sang along with the fan as he performed at the pub.
The senior fan managed to absolutely nail the ever popular tune and a video of his performance has been shared more than 1500 times on Twitter.
Check out the brilliant video below –
Tottenham qualified for the Champions League for the third consecutive season after they defeated Newcastle United 1-0 in a gritty encounter where Harry Kane’s sublime curler five minutes after the restart made all the difference.
Spurs players were ecstatic after successfully securing qualification in Europe’s most prestigious competition and were delighted to put their disappointing loss to West Brom behind.
Assistant manager Jesus Perez, who has been a pivotal part in Mauricio Pochettino’s backroom staff was quick to take to social media to express his happiness after Spurs’ win against the Magpies.
However, the 46-year-old Spaniard ended up creating a hilarious mistake when he apparently used the wrong emoji in his tweet after the match.
Adorable message but a whole lot of middle fingers in that tweet, check it out below –
Chelsea were forced to share the spoils with Premier League newcomers Huddersfield Town at Stamford Bridge yesterday as their hopes of securing Champions League football for the next campaign took a massive hit.
The disappointing result wasn’t definitely down to a lack of effort from the Blues, with many players especially Midfield machine N’Golo Kante constantly nagging their opposition in search for a winner throughout the 90 minutes.
The diminutive Frenchman’s pedigree was on display for everyone to see during a moment in the game when he single-handedly got the better of 5 Huddersfield defenders, and would have gone all the way through had it not been for an unfortunate stumble near the corner.
Kante almost pulling a rabbit out of the hat – check out the jaw-dropping run here:
Tottenham secured a Champions League berth for next season as Pochettino’s side somehow managed to grab all three points against the Toons at Wembley yesterday.
With Chelsea stuttering against Huddersfield earlier in the day, the victory all but guarantees European football for Spurs ahead of their final game against Leicester City next week.
While Harry Kane was the man who finally broke the deadlock early into the second half, it was Argentine winger Erik Lamela who managed to entertain the Spurs supporters with some mesmerizing moves during the otherwise drab encounter.
The 26-year-old turned on the style as he recovered from a tight spot near the touchline by embarrassing DeAndre Yedlin with a filthy nutmeg.
Check out the savage skill from Lamela below: