For a sport that is often littered with scandal and negativity, football has once again shown that it’s the most fascinating and exhilarating on the planet after two unbelievable nights in the UEFA Champions League.
On Tuesday night the second legs of the Quarter-finals kicked off and ended in surprising fashion. For Ajax it was a night to remember while for Manchester United it was one to forget.
On Wednesday night the Champions League quarter-finals continued with some of the biggest teams in the world on display. It was a dramatic night of football that has made us look forward to the second legs next week.
On Tuesday night the Champions League resumed with the first legs of the quarterfinals taking place. There was an all-out English affair with Tottenham Hotspur taking on Manchester City. The other game on the night consisted of Liverpool who simply outplayed Portuguese outfit Porto.
The Premier League title race appears to be going down to the wire with Manchester City and Liverpool head and shoulders above the rest. The two teams have been neck and neck all season with either side fighting for the title.
With the final stretch of the English Premier League coming teams are fighting it out to avoid the drop. While some teams still have a fighting chance, others don’t anymore.
With there only being eight games remaining of the Premier League season the race for Champions League places are heating up. There just four points separating third and sixth place making the final two Champions League spots anyone’s for the taking.
If there were any doubts about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer becoming permanent United manager there shouldn’t be anymore. The Red Devils pulled off the impossible and made history when they beat PSG to make the Champions League quarter-finals.
Since the appointing of former Red Devil Ole Gunnar Solskjaer United have been a revelation. In recent years United have been struggling and haven’t been able to get back on track despite going through three recognised managers in Louis Van Gaal, David Moyes and most recently Jose Mourinho.
On Sunday afternoon the Merseyside Derby took place but it wasn’t quite what we would all have expected.