I think that is how it works when you hit the decider in an Anderlecht victory, no? The funny thing is I actually missed noticing this game when I made up my daily morning schedule of games with Americans yesterday. Knucklehead. - Greg Seltzer
In German, that word means "succeed" - and after nodding off the bar near regulation time, RB Leipzig forward Terrence Boyd scored his first competitive goal in the country with a DfB-Pokal insurance goal in extras. The Red Bulls tied it in stoppage time, then hit twice in the overtime periods to advance to the third round.
Ryan Taylor in action tonight he was brilliant Here is Alan Pardew's Sky Sports interview after the amazing win at the Etihad Stadium tonight but the Newcastle manager was down to earth and wouldn't look any further than the next game a tough home game against Liverpool. You can follow us on [...]
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Making Radamel Falcao's pet parrot Coco look like a monosyllabic piece of feathery crap in comparison,here's Harry the Man City-supporting parrot a bird withan impressive tally of five or six fullCity chants in his repertoire...
He may a brain the size of an olive, but we'd honestly rather have Harry provide Sky Sports' punditry for the derby over Jamie Redknapp.
On SkySports "Monday Night Football" last night, Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher took an in depth look at Chelsea's draw with Manchester United last Sunday and have some very interesting observations.
I think they have both made some real valid arguments. The way United started the game, adopting the 4-3-3 formation that Chelsea struggled to come to terms with in that first half.
Call us sentimental old tarts, but we love little things like this.
Here's River Plate doing the old "Ajax" thing and having their players; namelyTeo Gutierrez, Leonardo Ponzio and Fernando Cavenaghi (remember him?); head out to personally deliver the club's new shirt to fans who had pre-ordered it online.
Unlike the exquisitely well-mannered houndthat inadvertently made itsway onto the pitch during theArgentinian Primera Division match between Belgrano and Quilmesa a week or two ago, the dog that caused a temporary disturbancemid-way through thisweekend'sBrazilian regional cup match between Sau Paulo-RS andFarroupilha was an altogether more temperamental so-and-so.
As previously mentioned, Bayern Munich beat Hamburg 3-1 in the DFB Pokal last night, so Hamburg keeperJaroslav Drobny is probably wondering why he bothered to make one save in particular as he nurses his tender, swollen cobblersthis morning.
Despitea rotten old start to the season and the team still struggling to stumble across any kind of semblance of form, Napoli ultimately could have risen tothird in Serie A with a victory over Atalanta on Wednesday evening.
Sadly, the fates once again conspired against Rafa Benitez's hapless outfit, with Gonzalo Higuain fluffinga 92nd minute penalty and Jose Callejon somehow failing to find the back of the net shortly beforehand despite finding himself momentairlystationed directly beneath Atalanta's crossbar with the ball at his feet to ensure the game ended 1-1.
Bayern Munich cruised to a routine 1-3 away victory over Hamburg in the DFB Pokallast night though the night wasn't completely without incident, with a scarf-wielding fan doing Franck Ribery a bit of a mischief right at the end of the game.
Bayern strolled to another win in the German Cup as they beat Hamburg 3-1 tonight but there must be major security issue's to be resolved as a Hamburg fan runs the width of the field waving a flag and putting it into the face of Franck Ribery he could easily have been wielding something a lot more dangerous than a scarf!
We're kind of over this now, but it looks like the 'RKO Outta Nowhere!!!' fad has just reached the 2. Bundesliga, with Leipzig striker Daniel Frahn celebrating his goal against Vfl Bochum at the weekend by laying the smacketh down on his American teammateTerrence Boyd.
Alan Pardew seems down to earth in part of his press conference today, and the manager seems quite confident about our chances against Liverpool. Another win would be just terrific, and Alan says the only injury doubt is Papiss Cisse and whether he will have a reaction to training with that knee of his.
Graziano Pelle took just 6 minutes to prove he was a foreigner who can do it on a wet night in Stoke with an absolute belter as Southampton beat Stoke 3-2 with Pelle coming up with a late winner to put the Saint's into the League Cup Quarter-Finals.
At times, it's nice to bring a bit of humour to our game and 442oons on YouTube have done exactly that! They have put together a video about the Keane and Mourinho hand shake incident, coupled with our 1-1 draw with United.
Take a look! (Watch the language if there are children around though!
Let us now catch up with what they USWNT were up to this weekend. Nothing much, just clinching a World Cup place with a win over Mexico and then Wambach-ing Costa Rica for the CONCACAF crown. Ho-hum. - Greg Seltzer