Sunday, March 6, 2016

Hooligan's Wake Up: Ronaldo has record braking day

Premier League
Tottenham 2-2 Arsenal
(Alderweireld 60', Kane 62')-(Ramsey 39', Sanchez 76')

Manchester City 4-0 Aston Villa
(Toure 48', Aguero 50', 60', Sterling 66')

Newcastle 1-3 AFC Bournemouth
(Perez 80')-(Taylor OG 28', King 70', Daniels 90+2')

Swansea City 1-0 Norwich City
(Sigurdsson 61')

Chelsea 1-1 Stoke City
(Traore 39')-(Diouf 85')

Southampton 1-1 Sunderland
(Van Dijk 90+3')-(Defoe 85')

Everton 2-3 West Ham
(Lukaku 13', Lennon 56')-(Antonio 78', Sakho 81', Payet 90')

Watford 0-1 Leicester City
(Mahrez 56')

Full Premier League Recap

Bundesliga
VfB Stuttgart 5-1 TSG Hoffenheim
(Niedermeier 5', 51', Rupp 42', Kostic 78', Werner 83')-(Kramaric 73')

FC Augsburg 3-3 Bayer Leverkusen
(Ja-Cheol 5', 44', 57')-(Bellarabi 60', Verhaegh OG 80', Calhanoglu PK 90+3')

VfL Wolfsburg 2-1 Borussia Monchengladbach
(Draxler 15', Kruse 17')-(Raffael 23')

Eintracht Frankfurt 1-1 FC Ingolstadt 04
(Russ 69')-(Hartmann PK 8')

FC Koln 1-3 Schalke 04
(Bittencourt 33')-(Huntelaar PK 2', Meyer 23', Di Santo 76')

Werder Bremen 4-1 Hannover 96
(Bartels 18', Pizarro 26', Selassie 56', Junuzovic 67')-(Karaman 45')

Borussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

La Liga
Real Madrid 7-1 Celta Vigo
(Pepe 41', Ronaldo 50', 58', 64', 76', Jese 77', Bale 81')-(Aspas 62')

Ronaldo's four goals move him into second in the all time La Liga goal count with 252 in 228 games. He is still chasing Messi, who has 308 and counting.

Villarreal 0-1 Las Palmas
(Garcia 30')

Getafe 1-1 Sevilla
(Velazquez 86')-(Banega 59')

Deportivo La Coruña 3-3 Málaga
(Borges 43', Cartabia 69', Lucas 80')-(Charles 29', Camacho 63', Arribas OG 89')

Serie A
Hellas Verona 0-3 Sampdoria
(Soriano 6', Cassano 11', Christodoulopoulos 30')

Napoli 3-1 Chievo Verona**
(Higuain 6', Chiriches 38', Callejon 70')-(Rigoni 2')

Ligue 1
Paris-St. Germain 0-0 Montpellier

Bordeaux 1-1 GFC Ajaccio
(Diabate PK 38')-(Larbi 89')

Bastia 0-0 Lorient

Lille 2-0 Stade de Reims
(Lopes 63', Eder 90+3')

Angers 0-0 St. Etienne

Nice 2-1 Troyes
(Germain 12', Traore 72')-(Jean 26')

European League Tables

Liga MX
Club America 4-1 Morelia**
(Peralta 43', Quintero 45', 50', Arroyo PK 71')-(Perez 53')

Querétaro 0-2 Guadalajara**
(Pereira 45', Pena 80')

Monterrey 1-0 UANL**
(Juarez 49')

Pachuca 2-2 Dorados de Sinaloa**
(Medina 5', Lozano 15')-(Zuniga 25', Laserda 64')

Atlas 1-2 Santos**
(Marquez 31')-(Bravo 43', Calderon PK 79')

Chiapas 3-2 Toluca**
(Armenteros 10', Romero 24', Hurtado 90')-(Silva OG 29', Saucedo 52')
Headlines
Instant replay in soccer is somewhat of a tough issue. Sure, we want to get the calls right, but going to television replays would interrupt the natural flow of the game that makes it so attractive.  With MLS coming out and saying they are interested in giving it a try, now the rest of the world may be inching towards it as well. At a meeting of the International Football Association Board in Cardiff, it was suggested that a trial for instant replay on "game changing" situations could happen as early as the 2017-18 season. What are "game changing" situations? goals, red cards, cases of mistaken identity, and penalties would be considered. Whether or not a player was offside for a goal would be included in the goals category. This appears to be one of the motivations of new FIFA president Gianni Infantino, who is a proponent of using more technology in soccer. Twelve unnamed countries have expressed interest in a trial.

US Soccer debuted it's new crest last week and we saw a possible leaked away jersey a couple weeks ago. Now, we have an image of a possible home jersey. It's... okay... I guess. The powder blue sleeves could use some improvement, but the rest isn't too much of an eyesore. There seems to be a bad design epidemic sweeping through the United States soccer scene. Whether it's the monstrosities shown off by Columbus or the less than stellar USA kits, we really need to do something about it. Just when this country is starting to gain some respectability on the pitch, we are beginning to lose it with our choices of clothing.

Today's Matches
Premier League
Crystal Palace v. Liverpool- 8:30am
West Bromwich Albion v. Manchester United- 11am

MLS
New York Red Bulls v. Toronto FC- 1:30pm
Chicago Fire v. New York City- 2pm
Orlando City v. Real Salt Lake- 2pm
FC Dallas v. Philadelphia Union- 3pm
Houston Dynamo v. New England Revolution- 3pm
San Jose Earthquakes v. Colorado Rapids- 3pm
Portland Timbers v. Columbus Crew- 4:30pm- ESPN
Vancouver Whitecaps v. Montreal Impact- 5:30pm
Seattle Sounders v. Sporting Kansas City- 7pm- FS1
LA Galaxy v. DC United- 10pm- Unimas

Bundesliga
Mainz v. SV Darmstadt 98- 9:30am- FS1
Hamburg SV v. Hertha Berlin- 11:30am- FS1

La Liga
Real Betis v. Granada- 6am
Eibar v. Barcelona- 10am- beIN
Real Sociedad v. Levante- 12:15pm
Sporting Gijon v. Athletic Bilbao- 12:15pm
Valencia v. Atletico Madrid- 2:30pm

Serie A
Torino v. Lazio- 6:30am
Atalanta v. Juventus- 9am
Bologna v. Carpi- 9am
Frosinone v. Udinese- 9am
Genoa v. Empoli- 9am
Sassuolo v. AC Milan- 9am
Inter Milan v. Palermo- 2:45pm- beIN

Ligue 1
Olympique Marseille v. Toulouse- 8am
Stade Rennes v. Nantes- 11am
Olympique Lyonnais v. Guingamp- 3pm

Liga MX
Pumas UNAM v. Cruz Azul- 1pm- Univision
Puebla v. Veracruz- 6pm

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