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Tactical Analysis - Everton 3-6 Chelsea

Everton hosted Chelsea in a nine goal thriller which the Stamford Bridge side won eventually. There have been better defensive displays from the Blues from the Bridge but certainly, this was one fo the first instances where we saw Chelsea really attack with intent and take the initiative to maintain a healthy lead and not sitting back and defending. 638 more words

Premier League

Premier League 2014 : Everton 3 - Chelsea 6

Two defensively strong teams were exposed by each other in a thrilling encounter at Goodison Park. Chelsea came out victorious in this Premier League campaign’s first high scoring match. 1,001 more words

Eden Hazard

Many changes in Dunga's first Brazil call-ups since World Cup disaster

My, how things have changed.

Brazil’s two listless losses to end their home World Cup outside of the Top Three — including that 7-1 shellacking from Germany… 283 more words

Oscar

Brazilian BBQ: Ramires and friends chill with BBQ

Ramires was joined by several of his international teammates for what appears to be a typical Brazilian BBQ ahead of the start of their Premier League campaign. 37 more words

Sports

STADIUM REVIEW: Old Trafford, Manchester United

Old Trafford, a.k.a “The Theatre of Dreams”. The biggest club football ground in Britain with a capacity of 76,100. The ground is totally enclosed and is made up of two almost identical two-tiered stands at either end of the stadium, The Stretford End and the East Stand. 1,289 more words

Stadium Reviews

Die Mannschaft mauls Brazil right in their backyard

We saw the ugly side of this Brazilian side in their quarter final match, where Fernandinho and company utilised every trick in the book to frustrate James Rodriguez. 936 more words

Football

Willian to replace Neymar against Germany? Scolari has options

After watching Brazil’s training, it appears Chelsea midfielder Willian is the likely candidate to replace the injured Neymar when Brazil take on Germany in the World Cup semifinals. 287 more words

2014 World Cup