Arsenal vs Liverpool at Emirates Stadium

By Jae Vitug | World of Thoughts ©

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A Gooner’s Point of View


Earlier’s game was a real proof that Wenger needs to do some adjustments from his line up, heck the team’s got loads of money for him to buy new signings!

Remind me again why it took him 80′ to sub Giroud out? If it wasn’t for Cech’s brilliant performance we would’ve lost!

And why is Ramsey a winger when he’s better off in the center? Otherwise, was a good try from Cazorla’s pass to Ramsey’s finish, only if it wasn’t on offside, it would’ve been a great goal.

Gabriel and Ozil were also doing their job, Bellerin got some good defending, but that one when he failed to guard Coutinho could’ve been a goal from Liverpool if it didn’t hit the post.

My praises go for Mignolet as well, good saves coming from Chamberlain and Sanchez, but still quite disappointed, we need a new bold, fast, and skillful striker!

For 3 games we’ve got only 4 points, this is just the beginning of the season but we’re not doing strong, still hoping for new signings before the cut off date, like when Ozil was signed.

What a good entertainment this match was although goalless.

#GoonerForever

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World Cup 2014 | Germany: The Victory is Ours

By Jae Vitug | World of Thoughts ©

Germany | Insoccer.ca ©

By Jeremy StahlThe Spot – Slate’s Soccer Blog ©

For sheer spectacle and shock value, if not quality of play, the 2014 World Cup will go down as the most memorable in history.

With three matches to play, this tournament is four short of the 1998 record for most goals scored in a World Cup. It already has a first-class villain in Luis Suárez and his teeth, and an indefatigable underdog in Costa Rica.

Now, with Germany’s semifinal 7–1 humiliation of hosts Brazil, the tournament has a match that will be remembered for as long as people care about soccer.

“Something like that happens every 100 years,” said former Germany captain and current ESPN commentator Michael Ballack. This was not an exaggeration.


MY REVIEW


Waking up at four at the sound of my alarm clock wanting to watch a live stream of today’s game, The World Cup Semi-Finals, Brazil vs. Germany.

Sadly, I couldn’t find any link to it online and the television isn’t lined up for the game. So I did what I could do best, refreshing my twitter timeline and google for only the latest news of what’s happening in the field.

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