UEFA Champions League defending champions Chelsea failed to make it two wins in a row as they lost to Italian Serie A giants Juventus at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday night. A second-half strike from Federico Chiesa gave the Old Ladys the win over the Blues. After the game, Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel reveals why his team lost to the Italians.
1. Kaka — for Brazil and Real Madrid. Photo Credit: BT Sport The Brazilian played for European top clubs such as Real Madrid, AC Milan, and so on. Kaka was one of the players in the history of football to have worn the iconic jersey numbers 7 and 10.
The entire world of football received what was a massive shock when a Norwegian side whose name, most of us can't seem to even pronounce well swept Jose Mourinho's AS Roma team aside with an unbelievable scoreline of 6 goals to 1. photo credit: google It was the first time in Mourinho's illustrious career that his team would concede 6 goals in a single match.
Manchester City failed to add the UEFA Champions League title to their trophy cabinet as they lost to Chelsea in the final held at Dragao stadium on Saturday evening. Kai Havertz's only goal in the game gave Chelsea the win over Pep Guardiola's men tonight. After the game, Guardiola reveals why his team lost to Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea yet again this season.
Manchester United failed to secure the UEFA Europa League trophy as they lost to Spanish side Villarreal in the finals on Wednesday night. After playing out 1-1 draw during 120 minutes of play, the Yellow Submarines went to win 11-10 on penalties with David de Gea missing from the spot.
Football clubs make their money through the following ways. TV deals Foreign countries buy the rights to broadcast live games from a particular division. In 2016 the Premier League agreed made a deal for it's television rights in China, which was a 3 year contract that worth £560 million.
Tuchel and his players have continued their impressive display in European competitions as they lifted the UEFA Super Cup on Wednesday night. Chelsea battled for the trophy against Europa league winners, Villarreal and both teams had to stretch the game to a shoot-outs before a winner was decided.
Recently many have taken exception to the fact that in the match against Young Boys, Cristiano Ronaldo who had been substituted was seen standing on the touchline and seemingly barking out instructions to his teammates. Some feel that Ronaldo issuing instructions to the team was rude to the coach with some saying he wouldn't dare do such a thing if Alex Ferguson was still the coach.
How Saul Reacted After Tuchel Replaced Him At Half-time During His Terrible Debut Against Aston Villa
Saul Niguez says he's really happy to have made his Chelsea debut despite being replaced at Half-time against Aston Villa. The Spanish midfielder was thrown straight into the starting lineup on Saturday after joining the Blues on a season-long loan from Atletico Madrid with the option of a permanent deal.
Rio Ferdinand, a Manchester United star, had a bad afternoon on Saturday, dropping and smashing his phone after learning that his former club had fallen 1-0 to Aston Villa. When Manchester United lost 1-0 at home to Aston Villa, Rio Ferdinand must have felt his Saturday couldn't get much worse.
While most former Manchester United players chose a career in coaching after their retirement, these three Manchester United former players chose to become sport pundits and commentators and have been somewhat successful. 1. Robbie Savage. Robbie Savage is a sport commentator for BT Sport and has been one of their staff since 2013.
Rio Ferdinand is arguably one of Manchester United's best central defender. He spent 12 years with United and won a lot of trophies under Sir Alex Ferguson. Ferdinand is currently a Television Pundit for BT Sport. Even after retiring from playing football, he is still very much interested and active when it comes to the beautiful game.
These are 8 hottest retired football players. 8.Rio Ferdinand Rio Ferdinand, who is currently a television pundit for BT Sport, is a 42 years old retired English professional footballer who played as a centre-back. 7.Robert Pires Robert Pires is a 47 years old French football coach and a retired professional football player, who played as a midfielder for Arsenal.
Rio Ferdinand, a Manchester United great, has praised former Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori's choice to quit the club for AC Milan. Photo Credit: Getty Images The Chelsea academy product is having a terrific season in Serie A, and Ferdinand has urged him to keep progressing.
The following content is about what Jose Mourinho said in a press conference. Jose Mourinho is the current coach of AS Roma and has released a statement about his previous jobs in the English Premier League. "I won three trophies at Manchester United and that was seen as a disaster.
On Wednesday evening at the Etihad Stadium, Jack Grealish's Champions League dream came true. The England international has waited a lifetime to play in Europe's top club competition, and any concerns he had were quickly dispelled with one stunning performance against RB Leipzig. The new City star made his mark on the continent's biggest stage with a deft jink inside onto his right foot followed by a superb curling strike into the top corner.
Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp has insisted that he was not rubbing his hands together watching Man Utd display against Atalanta in Wednesday’s Champions League. Photo Credit: Goggle Liverpool manager said this while responding to Man Utd legend Paul Scholes’s suggestion that the Reds coach would have been delighted to see how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men played in midweek against Atalanta.
We see young boys and girls who often retrieve the ball when it goes out of play during a football game, Those kids are referred to as ball boys/girls. The irony is that almost all the big players and even coaches you see now were ballboys at their tender age.
Pep Guardiola side has been defeated for the third time today by the same team. Guardiola side were equally frantic, though and they were looking uncertain out of possession not until Kai Havertz from Chelsea score the winning goal for his team. However, it has been a very tough day for Manchester City despite their wonderful performance and tactics.
Its really a great night for all Chelsea supporters after winning the 2021 Champions League fine which was played in Portugal. Though they were not the favorite going into the match but they proved everyone that they can do it. Talking to BT Sport Ben Chilwell expressed his happiness for winning his first Champions League title.