Sergio Busquets- “Football feels better than sex” | MUNDIAL MORNINGS

THURSDAY 03 SEPTEMBER 2015

Barcelona star Sergio Busquets has made the unbelievable
comparison between football and the bedroom on Spanish national TV El
Hormiguero.

Busquets made the statement saying “football matches feel
better than sex”
, because it lasts longer. The 27 year old midfielder has been a
pivotal factor in the success for the Catalans winning the La Liga, Champions
League and Copa Del Rey.

‘In football, happiness lasts three or four
days. Sex, on the other hand, can last just one minute! ‘After a bad game you
just go home, shut the door and you don’t want to go out for three or four
days,’ 

DAVID BECKHAM- LEGEND OF FOOTBALL

David Beckham has received the Legend of Football award at
the 20th anniversary HMV Football Extravaganza last night in London.

Former team mate Ryan Giggs presented the award to the 40 year old.

The ex-Manchester United star has raised over one million
dollars for a charity which rehabilitates children and adults through music
therapy.

‘I’m incredibly honored to have received this award. When
you look at the list of the previous recipients, I feel very fortunate to join
them.

Previous winners of the award are Chelsea
football club manager Jose Mourinho, retired Brazilian footballer Pele and Sir
Bobby Charlton. 

SUPER TIM SAYS WORLD CUP DREAM IS NOT OVER 

Australia’s golden son of football Tim Cahill hasn’t ruled
himself out for the 2018 World Cup.

“I pretty much got written off going to the last World Cup
and made another Asian Cup. Lets just leave it at that.

“It wouldn’t be good of me to look too far into the future,
I’ve never done that. The boss knows my plans, which is most important.

The 36 year old has been in stellar form domestically for
Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua and has scored six goals in his last eight games
for the Socceroos.

Supertim will be wearing the captain’s armband against
Bangladesh in tonight’s World Cup qualifier after Mile Jedinak succumbed to injury.

DORTMUND BACK TO GLORY

After finishing 7th last season, Borussia
Dortmund has bounced back to the top of the table in the German Bundesliga. 

Since
Thomas Tuchel’s reign as manager, the “Black and Yellows” are back to the
riveting form which saw them win the league back in 2012.

Here’s how fans celebrated being back at the top of the
world:

By ARI CHARILAOU

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