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Posté le: Ven 2 Mar - 05:04 (2018) Sujet du message: Arsenal 0-3 Manchester City: Five talking points as Gunners
sb0bet We round up the talking points from Manchester City's 3-0 win over Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.
Pep Guardiola's side triumphed by the same scoreline as in Sunday's Carabao Cup final as first-half goals from Bernardo Silva, David Silva and Leroy Sane underlined the gulf between the two sides.
The result takes City 16 points clear at the top of the Premier League table and piles more pressure onto Arsene Wenger, whose Arsenal side have lost four of their last five games. Here are five talking points from the game.
Manchester City's brilliance has become normal this season but they found yet another level in the first half on Thursday night. Many wondered whether Guardiola would be able to coax a performance from his players so soon after winning the Carabao Cup, but the doubts were quickly forgotten. sb0bet
Arsenal showed intent and worked hard in the early stages, but City were utterly ruthless, scoring from three of their four shots on target and becoming the first side in Premier League history to score three first-half goals in an away game against the Gunners. Each one came from individual brilliance and dazzling combination play.
The performance was even more impressive given that the team was missing two key players in Fernandinho and Raheem Sterling. Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher described it as "a testament to Pep Guardiola", adding: "What we're seeing now is the best football in Europe. This football is breathtaking. It's some of the best football I've ever seen in this league." sb0bet
Posté le: Mar 17 Avr - 06:29 (2018) Sujet du message: Real Madrid drama made Buffon ’feel alive’ Read more at htt
maxbetFurious Gianluigi Buffon was sent off for vehemently protesting the decision to award Real Madrid a late penalty in their Champions League tie. -- AFP Photo. The 40-year-old goalkeeper was sent-off by referee Michael Oliver after his furious reaction to a last-minute penalty at the Bernabeu Stadium which dumped Juventus out of the Champions League.
Deprived of what could likely be his last chance to lift the only major title missing from his collection the 2006 World Cup winner mercilessly blasted the referee after the game as "a murderer" for killing off Juventus’ dreams with "a rubbish bin" in place of a heart.
"The decisions we make are a way of defining ourselves and making us what we want to be," Buffon said at a sponsors event in Turin on Monday."You can even go too far, sometimes getting it wrong. But that means you’re alive, and that’s why I came into the world. "After the Bernabeu I went for long walks, mushrooms and daisies. It was a week that allowed me to experience strong emotions, beautiful, pure adrenaline.
"I also live for that"
Italy icon Buffon has said this will be his last season and he announced his international retirement after Italy’s dramatic failure to qualify for the World Cup finals for the first time in 60 years.
"Being captain of the national team is the greatest gift that life has given me," said Buffon, who returned to play friendlies last month against England and Argentina with the Azzurri. maxbet
Juventus - two-time losing finalists in the past three years - bounced back from their Champions League disappointment with a 3-0 win over Sampdoria on Sunday which puts them on the brink of a seventh consecutive Serie A title.
And Buffon praised 19-year-old AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma - touted as his successor in the national team -- whose dramatic late save against Napoli could have handed Juventus the title.
"I sent him a nice congratulatory text for his save on (Arkadiusz) Milik at the end," Buffon added. Meanwhile, Italian referees’ chief Marcello Nicchi criticised Buffon earlier Monday for his post-match rant. "Buffon is a great champion who I hope will go on to have a great managerial career," Nicchi told Italian radio. "But at certain levels you have to be careful about what you say. There are always kids listening. "If it happened in Italy? I would have defended the referee. They can’t be threatened either before, during, or after the game. maxbet