Manchester City may have already wrapped up the Premier League title. It is often premature to think so after only six games—but Guardiola is not a man who gives up an early lead over his opponents.
Football this Saturday presented plenty of goals to get one’s mind over, no doubt over that. But it produced one major headline, which consisted of one particular North London club.
The UCL draw revealed the destiny of some of the competing clubs, as some cherished their luck, while others blasted theirs.
As the Premier League went on to unleash its second week of unparalleled footballing entertainment, both Liverpool fans and Jurgen Klopp watched in despair, as the Reds got hammered at Burnley.
Premier League is back! With a bang, as well, if you feel like it sounds better. All the cravings you’ve desired over the summer were met with two days of proper footballing action, and here are five things we noticed.
Arsenal and Liverpool’s matchup was always set to be an enticing contest, but nobody had predicted this. Liverpool will certainly be happier of the two, but Klopp still has some thinking to do.
The MLS All-Stars game kicks off on Thursday at 7:30 PM ET against English powerhouse Arsenal.
The transfer window has been a small flame that is surely going to become a blazing inferno by the time it all ends on August 31. Who should look to do more? And who should be patted?