When we think about Manchester City we think invincible, especially when it comes to champions versus newly promoted outfits. City’s record against newly promoted sides like Norwich speaks for itself.
With the transfer deadline quickly approaching clubs have been looking to make massive moves. Big players have been tipped to make moves that will surely shock the world of football.
We start this transfer update with news on Newcastle United’s potential new manager. It’s believed that an approach for Sheffield Wednesday’s Steve Bruce is in the pipeline.
Tottenham and Liverpool meet in the final of Europe’s biggest footballing prize on Saturday. Both teams earned a place in Madrid thanks to second-leg matches that will go down in the history books.
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 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.
On Sunday afternoon the Merseyside Derby took place but it wasn’t quite what we would all have expected.
On Tuesday night the London Derby took place between Spurs and Chelsea in what was a game of utmost importance to both sides. Both teams came into the derby in poor form and both needed the victory as it would mean un-welcomed consequences.
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.