The EFL Cup hero, fresh from scoring his 87th-minute winner at Wembley on Sunday, gave journalists a unique insight into how he ended up at Manchester United, and whether he sees himself staying for another season. Ibrahimovic already has 26 goals this season, with United fighting for trophies on two other fronts, and refused to put a figure on how many more he will get. Is this the most satisfying chapter of all in your career, as people had written off your chances in England?
With his eccentricities, his passion on the sidelines and his quirky comments to the media, Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp has quickly established himself as a cult figure at Anfield and a darling of English soccer in general. Liverpool's American owners were so sure that Klopp was the perfect man for the club, they handed him a six-year contract in July. But as another title challenge sputters in the Premier League and even Champions League qualification looks in doubt, questions are being asked about whether Klopp can make Liverpool — England's biggest team in the late 1970s and 1980s — great again. And front of line is Klopp himself. "It's getting more serious now. We all play for our futures,
If you’re having a rough Monday morning, things could always be worse. You could be PSV Eindhoven goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet. On Sunday PSV’s goalkeeper scored one of the most bizarre own goals ever as he stopped a shot on the line in the 82nd minute, then as he pulled the ball into his chest while on the floor he actually carried the ball over the line. The Goal Decision System (GDS) awarded the game-winning goal and the reigning Dutch champs lost 2-1 to Feyenoord who are the current Eredivise leaders and stretched their lead over third-place PSV to 11 points. Take a look at the video below to see the monumental error, as the video replay showed that all of the ball was about one blade of grass