A very beautiful goal was scored Chelsea star Frank Lampard. Chelsea midfielder to perform miracles in the English representative exercises. The English midfielder beat the goalkeeper from 50 meters distance Ben Foster with a superb strike.
"This is nothing but a hypothesis. Either the people at Sport Bild know more than I do, or they have a psychic working for them who can predict stuff that clubs and players don't even know yet,” the winger’s representative. “Xherdan has no reason to change clubs. He's among Bayern's 14 main players and is on the verge of breaking into the starting XI.”
The Bavarians have already secured the Bundesliga title and the Champions League and they are determined to make it three out of three in Berlin on Saturday. "We know we can make history. That's exactly what I want, and that's exactly what all my team-mates want," Mandzukic was quoted as saying on the official Bayern website. "Anything can happen in a one-off match, but we're confident and we need the same performance we gave in the second half at Wembley. If so, we'll have a huge party with the fans in Munich on Sunday."
Barcelona finally have their man. Neymar had long looked likely to sign for the Catalan club, ever since negotiations with Real Madrid broke down in 2011 and a down-payment of €10 million was made by Barca to the forward's father. Since then, however, the saga has taken more twists and turns than a dazzling dribble by the player himself. Now it's over, though, and Sandro Rosell's flagship signing is on board at last.
Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke revealed on Monday that BVB will not allow the 24-year-old to join the treble-winners but confirmned that they could cash in on the striker if another club than Bayern matches their valuation of Lewandowski. Manchester City are the latest club to consider a move for Lewandowski should their pursuit of Napoli's Edinson Cavani come to naught but the Poland international is confident that Dortmund will change their stance on his future and let him move to the Bavarians after all.
Amid an electric atmosphere, Dortmund bossed the opening exchanges, and with 11 minutes gone, Jakub ‘Kuba’ Blaszczykowski delivered a sign of things to come with a half volley that flew off target. Moments later, Robert Lewandowski drew the first save of the game from Manuel Neuer, who acrobatically diverted his 20-yard piledriver over the bar.
Bayern Munich has not stopped holiday Champions League title until the early hours of the morning. The following success for Heynckes Juup with his appointees, is celebrated with music and dancing by the Bavarians. All players and technical staff were the first ever harsheëm, while part of the dance was Juup Heynckes whose moods had no limit. Of course that part of the feast Xherdan Shaqiri was. Alcohol for everyone last night was allowed, but Ribery and Shaqiri were few people who do not even tasted last night.