A trip to the Colombia vs. Chile game by David almost warranted a long-form blog on the beauty and culture of the country. We surely got that, if not more.
Month: November 2016
The news stories have been fairly slow in materializing with something good and noteworthy. But, Barca’s reported interest in signing Coutinho could hardly go unnoticed.
A loss to rivals Mexico is always tough to get-to-grips with, but it’ll be especially hard courtesy to Rafa Marquez’s winner coming in the 90th minute. Klinsmann, however needs to prep his side for CR.
PSG and Monaco were rampant in a weekend where Nice failed to register a victory over little ol’ Caen. However, some superior forces were plying their trade for the Parisiens in their latest victory.
WC Qualifiers: Argentina have some tough nuts to crack to qualify for Russia 2018
Argentina have a tough road ahead to qualify for Russia 2018, courtesy of Bolivia’s imprudent team selection. Up next is Brazil in what promises to be an intensely physical affair. Who will win?
Spurs extended their unbeaten streak against Arsenal on Sunday after holding their North London rivals to a point. Harry Kane was the man once again—and that is an encouraging sign for Tottenham.
LIV 6-1 WAT: Sadio Mane scores 2 as the Reds soar to the top of the Premier League
Liverpool were impeccable (well, maybe) in their 6-1 rout of Watford at Anfield. One thing rose above all others, however: the importance of Sadio Mané to this team.
Chelsea’s Premier League season took a surprising turn—for the better—when they were beaten 3-0 by Arsenal. They haven’t conceded or lost since, and their latest victim was a hapless-looking Everton.
MLS Cup: Quarterfinal 2nd legs may prove to be enticing as (many) serious candidates trail
The 2016 MLS Cup second legs take place on Sunday as some of the favorites work to reverse their fortunes after first leg upsets. Among them are FC Dallas, who lost 3-0 to Seattle away from home.
Nice are moving onwards and forwards in Ligue 1, as the stretch of their fine form shows no sign of ending as of yet. Of course, Mario Balotelli is on fire. But, there’s so much more to it than just that.