Struggling Elche beat David Moyes’ Real Sociedad thanks to Jonathas’ first half strike in their La Liga clash on 20 April, 2015. The result is Sociedad’s worst run under Moyes, who have not won a game this month and are on a four game winless streak since beating Cordoba at home last month in La Liga. Continue reading Elche Real Sociedad Highlights- Struggling home side down Moyes’ boys
Goals from King (16) and Ulloa (88) give Leicester City a 2-0 win over Swansea at home. Leicester v Swansea on 18 April, 2015 saw an attendance of 31121 at the King Power Stadium Continue reading Leicester City v Swansea 2015 Highlights | LCFC Swansea 2-0 Goals Video Ulloa King
Carlos Bacca and Denis Suarez score late in the game for Sevilla as they come from behind to beat Zenit St.Petersburg at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in their Europa League quarterfinal first leg tie on April 16, 2015 Continue reading Sevilla vs Zenit Highlights | Sevilla 2-1 Zenit Goals Video Europa League QF
Is this Pep Guardiola’s first major test at Bayern?
The former Barcelona manager has found things pretty smooth at the Allianz Arena so far, but his Bayern side crashed to a stunning 3-1 loss at the hands of Porto that has put their Champions League chances in serious jeopardy.
Bayern and Juve were supposedly given the easiest draws against Porto and Monaco respectively. Juve only won the first leg in Turin because of a contentious Vidal penalty against Monaco (see video), while Bayern are hanging in the competition by the skin of their teeth following a 3-1 loss in Portugal.
However Bayern have the league practically sewn up, so expect Guardiola to train all his attention on Porto ahead of the return leg in Munich Continue reading Video Extended Highlights Porto Bayern 3-1 Goals Champions League- First Test for Pep?
FA Cup semi-final weekend is upon us, with Wembley Stadium set to throw open its doors to followers of Arsenal, Reading, Liverpool and Aston Villa. Three Premier League teams, one Championship side, and Liverpool’s semifinal will be an all Premier League affair.
The Reds and Villains are poised to do battle on Sunday, with the victors edging one step closer to major silverware, tickertape parades and open-top bus rides. The home of English football will be packed to the rafters for both fixtures, with the Football Association persevering with their money-spinning last-four encounters in an effort to cove the rather excessive costs of constructing the national stadium.
Liverpool, of course, have experienced such an occasion before – with an epic Merseyside derby clash with Everton taken in back in 2012. A contest they would prevail in, before falling at the final hurdle against Chelsea. Villa have also been this far in recent times, with Chelsea – them again – dashing their dreams in a Wembley semi-final some five years ago – a season which also saw the Claret and Blues come unstuck in the League Cup final. Continue reading Throwback Thursday- Liverpool 3-0 Aston Villa FA Cup 1996- Last FA Cup meeting
Alcacer, Feghouli and Negredo scored for Valencia as Los Che kept themselves within striking distance of Atletico Madrid after beating Levante 3-0 in their league game on April 13, 2015. 46955 the attendance at the Mestalla for this Valencia vs Levante clash. Continue reading Video Valencia Levante 3-0 Highlights & Goals 13 April 2015
This Chury Castro goal vs Deportivo for Real Sociedad brought back memories of Marco van Basten’s legendary volley. Cracking volley from Castro, scored as Sociedad’s second goal in their 2-2 draw against Deportivo on April 12, 2015 in La Liga Continue reading Video Chury Castro goal vs Deportivo Real Sociedad- Chury Castro Van Basten like volley
Robert Huth and Jamie Vardy strike late for Leicester City as they beat West Ham 3-2 in this thriller at Upton Park. Attendance of 26,768 for this West Bromwich Albion vs Leicester City clash Continue reading Video West Brom vs Leicester City 2-3 Highlights 11 April 2015 WBA LCFC Goals
Luke Freeman assists two goals (Kieran Agard 36′ and Aaron Wilbraham 87) as League One Leaders Bristol City beat Swindon 3-0 in this League One clash on 7 April, 2015. Attendance in this Bristol v Swindon 2015 clash was 12,302 at Ashton Gate. Bristol City’s other goal of the game was scored by Joe Bryan 80′. Referee was Neil Swarbrick Continue reading Bristol City vs Swindon Town 3-0 Highlights Video | Bristol Swindon League One Goals 7 April 2015
All four goals in the second half in this Championship clash on 6 April, 2015, but Nottingham Forest squandered a 2-0 advantage as they drew away at Brentford.
Goals scored for Nottingham Forest: Tyler Walker (61) and Todd Kane (77)
Goals scored for Brentford FC: Andre Gray (80) and Joao Peleteiro (90) Continue reading Video Goals Brentford vs Nottingham Forest 2-2 Highlights 6 April 2015