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A Strike to remember for the ages : Watch Maxi Rodriguez Wonderstrike vs Mexico (2006)

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Maxi Rodriguez vs Mexico(2006, Germany)[spacer height="30px"] Maxi Rodriguez scored an absolute wonder to score the winner for Argentina against Mexico.[spacer height="30px"] In the last 16 Argentina faced Mexico. Hernan Crespo equalized after an early lead from the Mexicans. The game headed into extra time with the scores level.[spacer height="30px"] [spacer height="30px"]Man of the hour

Why Manchester United Should Focus More on Signing Declan Rice Than Splurging £85m on Jadon Sancho

Declan Rice, United, alternatives

According to reports, Manchester United remain keen on West Ham midfielder Declan Rice as signing a defensive midfielder is high on their priority list this summer. Moreover, it seems the England international is also keen on a switch and might be willing to move to Old Trafford. Manchester United are preparing

Predicted Lineups, Team News and Predictions | Arteta Owes The Fans a Performance Against The Saints

Southampton vs Arsenal

Arsenal have been extremely frustrating this season and their limp exit from the FA cup at the hands of Southampton came as yet another disappointment in what is rapidly becoming a mediocre season. Arsenal owe the fans a performance and one would expect all the big guns to be back in

Six Reasons Why Arsenal Need to Keep a Lid on Expectations Irrespective of Their Decisive Win Over Old Trafford

Mikel Arteta, Arsenal supporters, fans

Ok, a week ago we beat Manchester United at Old Trafford for the first time since 2006 and that victory, in particular, should be enjoyed by Arteta and the Arsenal fans. Arsenal then managed to turn the tables on Molde in the Europa League on Thursday night after falling a goal

Predicted Lineups and Injury Updates | Aston Villa are the Acid Test for Arteta’s Buoyant Arsenal

Arsenal Vs Aston Villa, Arsenal v Aston Villa

Arsenal beat Manchester United 1-0 last week in the Premier League, winning their first game at Old Trafford since 2006. Midweek, they comfortably subdued Molde 4-1 in the Europa League. Next up for the Gunners is the Arsenal vs Aston Villa game at the Emirates on Sunday. What a season Aston Villa

Reasons to be Cheerful After An Absolutely Resolute Performance at Old Trafford

Manchester United vs Arsenal, Partey, Manchester United v Arsenal

The Gunners grabbed all three points from the United v Arsenal game after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored a second-half penalty for the visitors. The Gabonese forward ended a run of five games without a goal as he sent De Gea the wrong way and put the Gunners ahead on 69 minutes. The

Former Arsenal Players at a Crossroads ; Sadness in the Uncertainty

Arsenal fans are notoriously soppy about certain players that have worn the famous Red and White shirts. The majority are rational beings who will wish former players well when they move away from the Emirates. I was sad to learn that the contracts of Danny Welbeck (Watford) and Jack Wilshere (West

Christmas Comes Early as Arteta Plans to Bring Bergkamp Back to Arsenal?

Dennis Bergkamp, Arsenal

It’s hard not to get uncontrollably excited by the possible return of Arsenal icon and football genius Dennis Bergkamp. For a great many fans, Bergkamp’s career at Arsenal coincided with a period that bought unparalleled success, praise, and admiration. Bergkamp arrived at Arsenal in 1995 during the pie and a pint

Ole! Manchester United Are The Definitive Favourites to Lift the Europa League Despite a Shaky Win Over FC Copenhagen

Solskjaer, Solskjaer United Rebuild, Pochettino, Ole Gunner Solskjaer, Manchester United, Europa League

Having been postponed by almost five months, the Europa League resumed earlier this month, with the second leg of the Round of 16 ties and Quarter-finals already played in two weeks' time. Manchester United have secured a place in the Europa League Semi-final, having beaten Austrian side LASK 7-1 on aggregate in

Spurs vs Arsenal: Mourinho and Arteta Have a Point to Prove in the Battle for European Places

Spurs v Arsenal, Spurs vs Arsenal

The restarted season has finally given fans one of the highlights of the football fixture list. Spurs v Arsenal, the North London Derby, is a game that is usually held in front of two sets of noisy, passionate fans but it’s the first time in 107 years since the Gunners moved

New Look Manchester United Seem Invigorated as Ever as Former Player Heaps Praise on Pogba For His Contributions

Paul Pogba PSG United, Arsenal

United coasted to a 3-0 victory against Aston Villa two days ago, moving them closer to top-four with two points adrift of Chelsea and one from Leicester City in the Premier League. Having won five on the trot and remaining undefeated in their last 16 games, Manchester United will be

Remembering Arsenal’s Gael Clichy : The Last of The Invincibles

Gael Clichy

Nearly ten years since his departure from Arsenal, it might come as a surprise to some to hear that Gael Clichy is still playing. The now 34-year-old former French international is currently playing for İstanbul Başakşehir alongside other notable names such as former Newcastle and Chelsea man Demba Ba, formerly

Get Rid of The Water Breaks in Football Before it Becomes Another Americanised Nonsense

Premier League, PL cancel, FA Cup, football, water breaks, substitutes, betting

I remember raising an eyebrow when it was announced that water breaks would be included in Premier League "project restart", don’t even get me started with that name. I did appreciate that a designated water break would probably help players who had been subjected to Covid-19 lockdown and that it

The Express Jumps on The Arteta Out Bandwagon With Two of The Flimsiest Reasons Ever

Mikel Arteta, Arsenal head coach

You can always rely on the press to lick its lips at the prospect of some major disappointment involving the Gunners. Of course, Arsenal are not where they wanted to be in a season disrupted by Covid-19 and rebooted out of financial necessity, but it isn’t over and expectations were

Gazidis Gets Handed a Reality check as he Finally Meets his Match in Zlatan Ibrahimovich

Gazidis Ibrahimovic

Given a choice of having lunch with Zlatan Ibrahimovic or Ivan Gazidis, I’d be afflicted with a strange illness that made it impossible to attend. As an Arsenal fan, I have absolutely no time for the conniving former Arsenal CEO but as a football fan, I dislike the boastful Ibrahimovic. He wins things

Arsenal’s Lack of Direction in the Boardroom Results in Mediocrity on The Pitch

head of football Raul Sanllehi, Mikel Arteta, Raul Sanllehi Stan Kroenke

Stan Kroenke must feel like he has a bad toothache even though the tooth is missing. When the Dark Lord (Gazidis) headed out the exit door and Raul Sanllehi was appointed, wonky Kroenke must have thought that it was only a matter of time until the Arsenal juggernaut was roadworthy

Manchester City Hand Arsenal Another Routine Defeat With the Help of David Luiz

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The talking points before the City v Arsenal game were that Özil was missing due to a supposed tactical change and Arsenal decided to flog another shirt in a blatant commercial decision on another wet Manchester evening instead of wearing the traditional red and white. Expectations would be swept aside with the rain

Aulas Confirms Manchester United Interest in Lyon Prodigy Rayan Cherki, Who is Tipped to Emulate Kylian Mbappe

Rayan Cherki, Rayan Cherki United

Manchester United have always been on the lookout for promising young teens across the continent as they look to develop a team from within their youth ranks. Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer has focused his transfer policy on acquiring the services of generational talents from youth sides of several prominent European clubs.

Lineups and Team News for Tottenham vs Manchester United:- Much More Than Just a Game of Football

Tottenham vs Man Utd, Spurs v Manchester United

Now and again, a fixture appears in the Premier League that’s seems to be a fairly humdrum affair, but the one in question has a degree of added spice because of the personnel involved. Spurs v Manchester United will not be perceived as the usual pointless game with little at

The High Stake Premier league Experiment That Cannot Afford to Fail

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Premier League football is coming back and at a time when sporting entertainment of any kind has been scarce. It’s a massive gamble in a high stakes game that threatens to deliver more losers than winners. All it will take is one case of COVID-19 to end the season completely, risking the