It didn't end well for Ronaldo and Arsenal last night as they all lost. Ronaldo missed a penalty kick while Arsenal were trashed by City. Respect was paid to black race and the recent murdered black American, George Floyd.
A lot of excitement round the world especially in this COVID-19 era as football actions are back again, at least to calm the pressure, panics and stress caused by the pandemic disease ravaging the entire world which originated all the way from China.
Last night football actions was tough across Europe, It was also the first English premier league matches played after football activities were suspended due to the pandemic. Though, football which is widely known as the match of the people was played without the people, the fans. That's to say how bad the pandemic has really struck the world.
The stadium was empty to avoid further spread of the viral disease. We saw the Arsenal manager who was initially infected and got recovered of the virus.
The players jersey at the back were seen written "Black lives matter " in memory of George Floyd who was murdered in cold blood by U.S police. The players were also seen kneeing the way the Police man knelt on Geo
The results for the top football matches played yesterday are;
1. Man City 3 - 1 Arsenal ; It now look like a tradition and a must that Arsenal must suffer defeat everytime they play Manchester City. Last night match showed that they still have enough work to do.
2. Napoli defeated Juventus in penalty shoot out to claim the Italia FA trophy. Dybala and Ronaldo all missed their penalty.
3. Brussia Dortmund 0 - 2 Mainz; Brussia Dortmund were beaten at home by Mainz.
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