David de Gea saving Manchester United meme- Spanish keeper praised after wonder save

David de Gea again showed why he is the world’s best keeper, producing an an amazing save to deny Sevilla’s Colombian striker Luis Muriel. The Spaniard has been a rock in goal for Manchester United and Jose Mourinho, and has dug them out of many a sticky situation in the past. Muriel was also seen congratulating the 27 year old at half time during the game.

United came away from Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan without conceding a goal thanks to De Gea’s heroics and French newspaper L’Equipe gave him a rating of 8, more than any other player on the pitch from the two sides put together. Alexis Sanchez got 6, but none of the remaining United players got more than 5. Three of the backline in front of DDG- Chris Smalling, Victor Lindelof and Antonio Valencia, were rated 4/10 Continue reading

Rhian Brewster Leonid Mironov Racism Allegations 2017 Spartak Moscow

Exciting Liverpool youngster Rhian Brewster has accused Spartak youth captain Leonid Mironov of levelling racist abuse against him in their Youth League clash earlier this month. Brewster, an U17 World Cup winner with England, made the allegation in a newspaper interview (to the Guardian). Liverpool, managed by Steve Gerrard, won the clash 2-0 at Prenton Park against Spartak.

Another Liverpool player Bobby Adekanye had faced racist abuse (monkey chants directed towards him by opposition supporters) when the Reds played in Russia earlier in the competition, making this their second allegation against Spartak in 10 weeks. Continue reading

John Stones performance vs Feyenoord Champions League- 100% pass completion – 96/96

Man City’s John Stones had a great game at the De Kuip against reigning Dutch champions Feyenoord earlier this evening.

The young defender finished with a 100% pass completion rate (96/96) and also had 5 clearances, 4 aerials won, 4 blocks, 2 shots and 1 interception. He also scored two of Man City’s four goals (the other two scored by their Argentine-Brazilian combination of Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus) and had no fouls to his name!.

Stones also had a good game against Liverpool over the weekend (Man City won that game 5-0) and Pep Guardiola will certainly be pleased with the youngster’s progress. Tougher tests await him in the future, but he’s definitely showing signs that he can live up to his enormous potential Continue reading