Monday, November 10, 2014

Chelsea Win Again, Newcastle Win Again, Burnley Win For Once, Spurs & Arsenal Lose, Juve Hit Seven, Suárez Shines, Donovan Hat-trick

Hey, now! A fine Monday to you out there, OK? Woof. What a weekend. Have Chelsea already won the EPL title? When will Real Madrid score 10 goals in a game? What about Juventus? Is Luis Suárez the man to propel Barca back to the top? Why is Landon Donovan retiring? Who is more inept - Arsenal or Tottenham? So many bloody questions. Let's get to it.

Liverpool 1 - 2 Chelsea: Phil McNulty at Anfield
Liverpool 1 - 2 Chelsea: Andy Hunter at Anfield
Liverpool 1 - 2 Chelsea: Daniel Taylor at Anfield
Queens Park Rangers 2 - 2 Manchester City: Daniel Taylor at Loftus Road
Queens Park Rangers 2 - 2 Manchester City: Three Points
Tottenham 1 - 2 Stoke City: Amy Lawrence at White Hart Lane
Swansea 2 - 1 Arsenal: Stuart James at Liberty Stadium
Swansea 2 - 1 Arsenal: Same old problems for Arsenal
Swansea 2 - 1 Arsenal: Three Points

Oh, dear. Juventus plastered Parma 7 - 0. Ouch. You don't see that type of result very often, especially in Serie A. Other results? Here's a review. Inter Milan? Not good. Not good at all.

What did we learn in La Liga this weekend? Here are Five Things. You won't be surprised to learn that one of them is that Real Madrid scored five goals. You will be surprised to learn that Valencia didn't score any.

If you've made it this far, you've noticed that there were a fair amount of goals scored over the weekend. Let's take a closer look, shall we?

That's a lot of purple.
Are you hungover this Monday morning? Here, take this: World Football's Monday Morning Hangover

MLS? The assGalaxy crushed Real Salt Lake, thus allowing Landy to play another day. Donovan scored his third career playoff hat trick in the match. Time to retire, pal. Oh, and that Nguyen guy led New England to victory in their series. They'll face Red Bull in the Eastern Finals.

That'll do for today!



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