Tottenham Hotspur won what was by the end a comfortable game against the high-flying Saints, leading Mike to suggest that the Spurs of old may yet be back. This top 4 race is certainly one for the ages.
Mesut Ozil has taken on the lion’s share of criticism, it’s fair to say, since Arsenal’s miserable defeat at Manchester City. The Gunners, however, shouldn’t have the German bear all the blame.
Critics are dubbing it the ‘game of the season’. We are dubbing it the most defining match of the season. One thing’s for sure. You simply cannot miss it.
Ligue 1 action continued this past weekend with PSG taking on league leaders Nice. A good draw away from home ensured the leaders could take away some positives for the remainder of the season.
Ligue 1 was messy and chaotic and nerve-wracking during the condensed gameweeks 15 and 16. Only Nice and Lille emerged from it resembling some sort of form, while the others suffered mighty blows.
Spurs continued their struggles in getting a result against the top 6 of the Premier League, the only exception being their Man City victory. The latest to beat them is a previously struggling Man United.
In the age of over-complicating things, an attempt at less-complication seems to be in the works. Having a consistent centre-forward is still needed to win the league.
Lucas’ struggles at centre-back is clear for all to see—well, when I say all, I mean all that is not named Jurgen Klopp. The manager keeps fielding the Brazilian out of position, and all while Sakho waits.