Tuesday Champions League round up

Remember the date ladies and gents, remember today’s date 28th September 2021. This is the date that arguably the greatest player in the world Lionel Messi scored his first goal for PSG.

Much was made of the fact that the former Barca man in three games hadn’t scored for his new employers, but he showed the world and some fella who’s writing this, that we are all a little silly to doubt him.

Avid fans of the little Argentine Messi, would remember that lob, that shaggy hair and that youthful baby face gleefully celebrating his first Barca goal.

All though just as passionate, the celebration today seemed more of a relief. For Lionel Messi’s team on the collective front, it meant that they move top of the group and three points clear of Man City in Group A.

It’s not the result that they wanted, but it’s not the end of the world for the Cityzens. How Pep, wished he dialled Laporte instead of Levy, easy mistake both have L last name.

A bad day at the office for Pep’s men, but they should be fine to progress to the round of 16.

Elsewhere Liverpool did what they did best and that’s put five past Porto. Two wins from two for The Reds and it’s up to Atletico, AC and Portuguese giants Porto to scrap for second.

The other headlines in today’s games was that someone is missing their shooting boots, because Seb Haller has taken them. Forgotten and sold by West Ham, Haller scored his fifth goal in two Champions League games.

Ajax admin staff member, this will only remind the Dutch clubs hierarchy, you messed up big time!

They said Lord Bedntner was good, but Haller is that much better, no really he is! Barcelona, you have signed the wrong Premier League flop! Luuk De Jong in Holland has the accuracy of an archer, but outside of Holland he’s like a drunkard at a fun-fair playing shooting ducks (in other words not very good).

Sorry for being harsh on those who play shoot the ducks. If the fact that Seb Haller doing a good Adriano of Shaktar Donetsk impression shocking enough for you, then how about this, Sheriff Tiraspol (the Moldovan champions I have you know) just won at the Santiago Bernabeu, you know as you do.

The Moldovans made one of the most iconic stadiums in world football, a near playground as they lead twice to eventually win 2-1, Sebastien Thill, being the man to write himself into Sheriff Tiraspol folklore by grabbing the winner, something to tell the grandkids hey Seb?

Good night from us. See you tomorrow!

Lionel Messi (middle) showed how some of us were a bit silly to doubt him

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