So let it be written, so let it be done
Los Blancos are without a doubt the most successful European club in the game’s history, winning the most La Liga titles (33), the most European Cup / UEFA Champions League trophies (13) and they have also won the FIFA Club World Cup a record number of times (4). Real Madrid have managed to win all European and international competitions other than the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup in which they were runners-up twice. Unrelenting in their quest for football dominance, there is one achievement that the club haven’t managed to accomplish – the treble.
Wake, wake little one the day has come
In difficult times, with the threat of job cuts and company closures hanging over everyone's head, it is always great to read about some good news. While we're all constantly wondering as to when this entire crisis is going to end, some key public figures are doing their bit to help.
An FA Cup loss on penalties to Norwich City, a tame draw to Burnley in the Premier League (Matchday 29) and now having been dealt a knock-out punch by RB Leipzig has put the Londoners in a foul mood. A mood that Spurs fans thought couldn’t get worse after Eric Dier’s reaction to his brother being insulted. Dier inexplicably entered the stands and dealt with the abuse in a manner that cannot be condoned (video attached). The England international is seen assaulting one of the fans after the Norwich City FA Cup tie and has only heaped more pressure on his teammates and worst of all his manager.
It was supposed to be a straight forward conclusion to an incredible performance by the German record champions. They surprisingly scored six goals away against TSG Hoffenheim and that despite Robert Lewandowski not starting because of a fracture in his tibia. After all, TSG Hoffenheim had beaten the mighty Bavarian side on match day seven (2-1) and while their form wasn't great of late, no one expected this Munich side to score with such ease.