Can Neymar-less PSG upset Real Madrid?

Paris Saint-Germain have a mountain to climb when they take on Real Madrid in the second leg of their Champions League Round of 16 clash on Tuesday night at Parc des Princes.

Unai Emery’s side trail 3-1 from the first leg at the Bernabeu and will be without superstar forward Neymar Jr, who fractured his foot in their recent win over Marseille and is set for an extended period on the sidelines.

The Spanish gaffer rested several first team players for PSG’s weekend Ligue 1 clash against Troyes, with the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Edinson Cavani and Marco Verratti given a break in order to keep them at 100% for the all important clash against Real. Paris eventually won 2-0 against ESTAC, with Angel di Maria and Christopher Nkunku netting for the visitors. The legendary George Weah’s son, Timothy, also made his debut for the Parisians as a second half substitute for Giovani lo Celso. Continue reading

Luka Modric goal vs APOEL 2017- Unbelievable backheel “assist” from APOEL defender

Luka Modric set Real Madrid on their way in Nicosia with this 23rd minute effort as Zinedine Zidane’s side blanked APOEL 6-0 to book their spot in the knockout stages of the Champions League.

While the goal was a decent one, check out the unwitting backheel “assist” from the APOEL defender. Would’ve been an almost legendary assist if it had come from the boot of a RM player instead of an APOEL one! 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