Jose Mourinho accomplished something on Sunday that he was incapable of doing last season as Chelsea manager: motivate Chelsea’s players. The return of the Special One to Stamford Bridge – for the first time since being fired last December – was all the inspiration the Blues needed as they rampaged to a 4-0 Premier League victory over Mourinho’s listless Manchester United. It took just 30 seconds for Chelsea to grab the lead.
Who is writing the script for Christian Pulisic? The U.S. international attacker grabbed a dramatic last-gasp equalizer for Borussia Dortmund at Ingolstadt in the Bundesliga on Saturday. 18-year-old Hershey, Pennsylvania native Pulisic slotted home in the dying stages as Dortmund snatched a point in a thrilling 3-3 draw. He now has two goals in six Bundesliga appearances this season. Take a look at the video below to see Pulisic play the hero for Dortmund.
A Qatar World Cup stadium worker has died in a building site accident, the first work-related fatality to be announced by organizers of the 2022 soccer tournament that has been dogged by concerns about labor conditions in the Gulf nation. The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, which is tasked with building World Cup sites, did not name the worker who died on Saturday morning at Al Wakrah Stadium or provide his nationality. Qatari officials believe the worker was hit by a water truck.