Liverpool has been Kloppified !!!

Every team needs a renaissance at some point in time and Jürgen Klopp certainly looks set to start it for Liverpool. The heavy metal loving manager is perhaps one of the most forward thinking managers in the game at the moment. He is a mentor for the youth, a motivator and someone who naturally brings out the best in teams. He truly is the messiah Liverpool have been looking for.  Following are some indicators of Liverpool’s revival: Continue reading “Liverpool has been Kloppified !!!”

Who can be Chelsea’s Savior?

Jose Mourinho has no shortage of quality players when it comes to his Chelsea team. Recently though, almost all of his players have been subject to tremendous amount of criticism by the media and the Chelsea faithfuls as well. All this is due to 7 losses and 2 draws within 12 games thus leaving last year’s Premier league champions on the 16th position in the league table. Continue reading “Who can be Chelsea’s Savior?”

Weekend Review: Match day 12

Match day 12 of the Premier league was a dream for the clubs who are trying to catch up to the top two teams in the table as both Manchester City and Arsenal drew their respective matches. On the other end Bournemouth slipped into the relegation zone and Sunderland’s woes increased as they lost to Southampton. They were a few surprises installed for us as Klopp’s Liverpool were beaten by Crystal Palace and Chelsea were beaten by Stoke City. Following are a few things we learned from an entertaining weekend of the EPL. Continue reading “Weekend Review: Match day 12”

5 Star Bayern Munich strikes back

Both teams started the game on the front foot but it was Bayern who struck the first blow with the help of goal machine Robert Lewandowski. Soon after Mesut Ozil’s goal was wrongly disallowed which was swiftly followed by Thomas Muller first goal of the night after some woeful defending from Martin Debuchy. More careless defending was shown by Arsenal in the third goal as David Alaba curled a brilliant shot in the top corner as he was given too much space outside Arsenal’s box.

In the second half Arjen Robben appeared as a substitute to score the 4th goal for Bayern. Olivier Giroud did get one back but it was too late for Arsenal as the match was rounded up on a blistering counter by Thomas Muller. Continue reading “5 Star Bayern Munich strikes back”

EPL seems more competitive than ever

All good things must come to an end and it seems like the English premiership’s top 4 will be blown apart by the likes of Leicester, Everton, Tottenham and West Ham United. On the other hand none of the new comers have shown signs of getting relegated and every week there is a new surprise in store for the viewers. Here are a few reasons we think this is happening: Continue reading “EPL seems more competitive than ever”

EPL: Few things we learned in match day 11

Saturday, Oct. 31 Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool
Saturday, Oct. 31 Newcastle United 0-0 Stoke City
Saturday, Oct. 31 Swansea City 0-3 Arsenal
Saturday, Oct. 31 Watford 2-0 West Ham United
Saturday, Oct. 31 West Bromwich Albion 2-3 Leicester City
Saturday, Oct. 31 Crystal Palace 0-0 Manchester United
Saturday, Oct. 31 Manchester City 2-1 Norwich City
Sunday, Nov. 1 Everton 6-2 Sunderland
Sunday, Nov. 1 Southampton 2-0 Bournemouth
Monday, Nov. 2 Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 Aston Villa


Match day 11 of the English premier league had some thrilling encounters in store for us as Liverpool came back from 1-0 down to win 3-1 against the champions Chelsea. Arsenal and Manchester city secured three points while Manchester United failed to score in a dull draw against in form Crystal Palace. The only surprises came from the Watford vs West Ham and Everton vs Sunderland games respectively.

Here are a few things we learned : Continue reading “EPL: Few things we learned in match day 11”