The UEFA Champions League is in full swing, with the second round of matches having now been played. As you’d expect, this week’s games were full of goals, with a good mix of controversy mixed in for good measure.
In the run-up to the game, most people expected plenty of goals from both Liverpool and Real Madrid, in a game that was seen as a neutral’s dream.
What a season it’s been so far for Jurgen Klopp and his Liverpool side? They signed Mo Salah, who has gone on to become one of the top goal scorers in Europe.
The quarterfinals of the Champions League 2017/18 could be seen as one of the most entertaining group of fixtures in the competition for a long while.
What can you say about Cristiano Ronaldo that hasn’t already been said?
It’s been a great season so far for both Liverpool and Manchester City.
It hasn’t been a great season domestically for Real Madrid this season as Zinedine Zidane’s men currently find themselves well off the pace in La Liga, a staggering 15 points behind leaders Barcelona.
Before the season began, most people felt that the Premier League trophy would be leaving London and heading for Manchester, they just couldn’t decide whether it would claimed by Manchester City or Manchester United.
Clubs around Europe waited with baited breath as their last 16 opponents were revealed in the next stage of this season Champions League.
Liverpool will take a one-goal lead into their second leg tie against the German team Hoffenheim in the UEFA Champions League qualifiers. Local lad, Trent Alexander-Arnold, making only his 14th appearance for the club scored a well-placed free kick to put Liverpool ahead. Read more