Premier League

The Amount Of Power In Granit Xhaka’s Left Foot Will Astound You

Arsenal’s 11-game winning run came to an end Sunday following a 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. Luka Milivojevic scored twice from the spot for the home side, while Granit Xhaka and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang were in on the goals for the Gunners.

After Crystal Palace had taken the lead just before halftime, Arsenal answered through Xhaka in the 51st. Yes, the 26-year-old Swiss has a left foot like a hammer. 

Arsenal’s second was pretty special, too. Alex Lacazette provided a Hand of God moment in the buildup.

Leicester City Owner On Board Helicopter That Crashed Outside King Power Stadium

As reported by the Mirror and The Guardian, it’s now understood that Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was one of the passengers on board a helicopter that crashed outside King Power Stadium on Saturday following Leicester’s 1-1 draw with West Ham United. 

Watch Watford’s Roberto Pereyra Part The Seas Like Moses For Epic Solo Goal

If you’re familiar with Western mythology, you’ve probably heard of the story of Moses parting the seas while escaping Egypt. This Roberto Pereyra goal vs Huddersfield Town on Saturday had a similar feel, with the defense of the Terriers refusing to step into the path of the Watford winger to score the opening goal of a 3-0 rout. 

Watch as Pereyra weaves his way through the entirety of the Huddersfield defense, which falls over itself trying to get out of his way — typically the opposite approach defenders should take, but who are we to judge. 

Roberto Firmino Will Make Your Head Explode With This Insane Pass

Earlier this year, I wrote about how Liverpool would win the Premier League because of one gorgeous pass from Trent Alexander-Arnold and a brilliant piece of control from Mo Salah in a five-second span.

That was, looking back, complete rubbish.

The real reason Liverpool will win the Premier League is because of this Roberto Firmino pass against Cardiff on Saturday.