I think for Lewandowski, it wasn’t his luck – Neuer reacts to Bayern win over Barca
Bayern Munich captain, Manuel Neuer, has said that luck was not on Robert Lewandowski’s side during their Champions League clash with Barcelona last night.
Leroy Sane made sure the home side grabbed all three points four minutes after Lucas Hernandez had put the home side ahead.
It ended 2-0 as Julian Nagelsmann’s Bayern made it two wins out of two in the group.
The Bundesliga kings have now won their last five meetings with Barcelona, including two in last season’s group stage and their 8-2 victory in the 2020 quarter-finals.
Bayern captain Manuel Neuer told Amazon Prime of his old teammate.
“The luck in the decisive moments wasn’t on his side—and that became our luck.”
Ronaldo: You think that’s going to touch him – Rio Ferdinand mocks Man United over £1m fine
Rio Ferdinand, a legendary member of Manchester United, has made fun of the team over the rumored £1 million fine that veteran forward Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to receive as a result of his interview with renowned presenter Piers Morgan.Ronaldo recently criticized Manchester United and their manager, Erik ten Hag, in an explosive interview that was published on Sunday night.The Portuguese international criticized the club hierarchy for the ineffective managemen...
It wasn’t good – De Bruyne explains burst up with teammate in 1-0 win
Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has given a reason for his spat with teammate Toby Alderweireld during Belgium’s undeserved 1-0 win over Canada on Wednesday.He said it was over Belgium’s very poor style of play during their Qatar 2022 World Cup opener.Former Chelsea man Michy Batshuayi scored the only goal for the European giants in the first half, while goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois saved from the penalty spot to deny Canada.Canada were the superior team f...
Granit Xhaka reacts after Arsenal fans sang his name during 3-0 win over Brentford
Granit Xhaka expressed gratitude to the team's fans for making Sunday's 3-0 victory over Brentford a "very special day," as they sang his name throughout the game.The Gunners' victories in the Premier League helped them reclaim first place in the standings, and goals from William Saliba, Gabriel Jesus, and Fabio Vieira at the Gtech Community Stadium made that possible.The Swiss International set up Jesus’ strike with a delightful chip into the box.Arsenal fans seren...
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