WEDNESDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 2015
It’s not every day you see
FC Bayern Munich’s manager Pep
Guardiola in absolute shock and disbelief. After what Robert Lewandowski did
last night, anything seems possible.
The Polish striker won the internet this morning, after
scoring an incredible five goals in nine minutes of play against Wolfsburg.
Despite going down 1-0 early, Lewandowski’s fast five secured
Bayern’s spot as the number one team in Germany and three points clear of Borussia
No need to pinch yourself Pep, it actually happened.
can’t really understand it. Five goals, neither as a coach nor as a player did
I ever experience something like this nor I can’t really explain it. Five goals
against Wolfsburg are never easy,” said Guardiola.
LAST LAUGH FOR GABRIEL
The FA has dropped Gabriel Paulista’s three match ban, for a
red card incident involving Chelsea’s Diego Costa on the weekend.
Arsenal felt hard done by after the Brazilian was sent off
for an apparent donkey kick, whilst no action was taken by referee Mike Dean on
Costa, for pushing Laurent Koscielny in the face and to the ground.
The Gunners appeal has been successful and the tides have
turned, with Diego Costa now receiving a three match ban instead of Gabriel.
WELCOME BACK SUPER MARIO
Mario Balotelli scored an absolute stunner this morning,
firing a perfect free kick home 25 yards out from goal.
You can’t help but feel happy for the Italian striker, who
has had more than his fair share of incidents and distress over the past few
Balotelli’s goal was his first for the Rossaneri, and contributed
Milan’s 3-2 away win over Udinese.
Liverpool fans look away….
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