There was contact and he decided to embellish it. Terrible, but it looks worse in slow motion than it actually was, I thought sending him off was a little harsh. That said, the ref was crap the whole game. OM's goal was clearly offside and Lewandowski was denied a penalty shot.
As of now, Blackburn's rival, Burnley, is one of the promotions from the Championship. I would probably follow them just to root against them if they got promoted, just as a way to get back into EPL outside of just watching the best matchup each weekend. I barely know whats going on these past two years outside of the top clubs.
Anybody else think that Cabaye is the player United should have bought? He isn't world class but he could certainly bridge the gap in between developing a midfielder from within or buying a world class midfielder in a couple of years.
WDWBurghGooner wrote:Obliterated, no shape at all the entire game.
I only saw the last 30 minutes, but that seems right to me. Arsenal has been successful this season by playing very fluidly, with a really amorphous formation. City can match them for skill, but have more of a defined spine to the team with Toure, Fernandinho, and Kompany.
Sunday showed the difference between keeping your best player and selling your best player. Incredible with all of the money Spurs spent they didn't strengthen their defense and didn't buy a top half caliber striker.
Gaucho would you still take Oscar, Reues, RVP...etc. over Suarez?