Tag Archives: Robert Lewandowski

‘Arsenal showed character, Liverpool look a force’

15 Aug

Liverpool’s 4-3 win over Arsenal was a crazy way for both teams to start the season. It was the kind of game in which it is difficult to pick out much of a pattern of how either side will look to play, but it did offer a few clues as to how they are shaping […]

Manchester City 2 – Sunderland 1: Paddy McNair own goal gives Pep Guardiola first win

13 Aug

Despite their control, though, they created few opportunities to score. New signing Nolito shot just wide with one effort cutting in from the right flank.  The exclusion of goalkeeper Hart was a surprise, although not a complete shock given Guardiola’s comments that he needs to be better on the ball, able to play as a […]

Will your team go down? Bookies present each Premier League club’s chances of relegation

12 Aug

It comes as no surprise that the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal are very safe from such a disastrous scenario. But according to Paddy Power, the odds for the Prem’s newest sides – Hull, Burnley and Middlesbrough – don’t look too good. How do all of the other clubs fare?  Any chance […]

Wolves’ Zyro faces more than a year out

8 Apr

Michal Zyro scored three goals in his first two league games before suffering a calf injury in January Injury-hit Wolves have suffered a new blow with the loss of Michal Zyro for potentially more than a year with multiple knee ligament damage. The Poland international was injured following a late challenge on his left knee […]

Revealed! Players with the best goals per game ratios in Europe in all competitions*

7 Apr

Luis Suarez is currently scoring goals for fun with Barcelona. His double against Atletico Madrid in a 2-1 Champions League quarter-final first leg victory takes him to 45 goals in 45 games across all competitions with the Catalan giants this season – an incredible one goal per game. The Uruguayan’s scoring feats see him eclipsing […]

Norwich 3 Newcastle 2: Olsson’s injury-time winner sends Magpies towards drop

3 Apr

“We fight tooth and nail and this was a crucial and deserved win and I have always believed we could beat the drop” Alex Neil Newcastle went into the basement battle having lost their previous seven away games in the Premier League. Norwich, in contrast, had renewed confidence after holding Manchester […]

Milner? Blind? Alli? Who makes it into England and Holland’s combined XI?

29 Mar

The Three Lions are on a high after stunning Germany with a 3-2 victory in Berlin, while Holland lost 3-2 to France and won’t be going to Euro 2016 this summer. But some quality remains in the Dutch squad, so check out our combined XI from the two current sides by clicking through the gallery […]

Where are they now? The England and Germany under-21s who played in the 2009 Euro final

24 Mar

It’s fair to say Germany’s players have done considerably better on the whole since, but there are some England success stories. Click through the gallery above to find out.

Doncaster sign keeper Matthews on loan

24 Mar

Remi Matthews is yet to make an appearance for Norwich Doncaster Rovers have signed Norwich City goalkeeper Remi Matthews on loan until the end of the season. The 22-year-old had a loan spell with Burton Albion earlier this season, making six appearances in all competitions. He could make his debut for the League One strugglers […]

Foxes title bid ‘agonising’ – Lineker

24 Mar

Leicester need 17 points from their final seven games to guarantee the title Watching Leicester City’s bid for a stunning Premier League title is more nerve-wracking than taking a penalty at a World Cup, Gary Lineker says. The Foxes are closing in on an unlikely triumph after going five points clear at the top with […]