Real Madrid 3-1 Getafe: Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice against 10-man Getafe

Real Madrid gasps a little following a win over Getafe, thanks to two goals from Portugal International Cristiano Ronald and British export Gareth Bale. Gareth Bale opened the scores for Zinadine Zidane’s side at the 24th from close range before Ronaldo doubled the lead at the stroke of first half as

Tottenham Hotspurs 2-0 Huddersfield: Son Heung-min strikes brace and felt at home in Wembley

Tottenham through Son Heung-min two first and second half goals crossed over Huddersfield with ease as they got confidence boost ahead of midweek champions league fixture against Italian side Juventus. The victory for Tottenham closes the gap with third place United who have a game at hand to a point and

Liverpool 2-0 Newcastle United: Salah scoring ways continue

Liverpool repossesses second spot on the English Premier League table after African stars Muhammad Salah and Sadio Mane managed one goal each to their names against a side coached by former Kops boss Rafa Benitez. Following a concrete resistance by Newcastle United for 39 minutes Salah got a breakthrough to put

Tottenham Hotspurs 6-1 Rochdale: Llorente’s hat trick, Son’s brace and Walker-Peters injury time goal aids Rochdale’s miserable defeat

Tottenham Hotspurs relentless scored goals in the second half in spite of superficial VAR decisions to frustrate the Londoners following cancellation of their some of their goals. Son Heung-min gave the home side a lead that lasted for eight minutes before the visitors forward Stephen Humphrys cancelled the South Korean’s goal

Espanyol 1-0 Real Madrid: An injury time goal secures Espanyol first victory over Real Madrid in 11 years

Espanyol beats Real Madrid for the first time after 22 failed attempts since 2007 through Gerrard Moreno’s injury time winner. The two sides were destined for a goalless draw and apparently a decision by Zinadine Zidane to rest Cristiano Ronaldo happened to be strategically wrong as it cost the Laliga champions

Arsenal 0-3 Manchester City: Aguero, Kompany and Silva net for Man City to cruise past helpless Arsenal in Carabao Cup finals

Arsenal helplessly surrendered the Carabao Cup to Manchester City as they suffered a shameful and terrible defeat at the Wembley Stadium. Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany and Da Silva score cup final goals for Pep Guardiola to lift his first ever trophy in England. It was obvious and foreseeable who would win at

Barcelona 6-1 Girona: Suarez, Messi, and Coutinho on target

Barcelona bounced back from goal down two minutes after Portu had given Girona a lead to thrush their neighbors 6-1 at the Camp Nou as they create a 10 point difference from second place owners of the table. Cristian Portugues Manzanera only needed three minutes to find the net meanwhile Barcelona