Arsenal came from behind (again); Klopp and Liverpool forgot what defense is (again). The Premier League is back, folks! So what did we learn from Week 1?
Look, the title race is probably over. I know what you’re thinking, Spurs fans. But it’s Chelsea’s to lose. We can talk about United underachieving instead.
Timo Werner has taken the Bundesliga by storm this season, thriving within newly-promoted Leipzig’s system. But, he needs to wait another season to move.
Monday afternoon came and went, and Leicester City took advantage. Liverpool, meanwhile, are once again left searching for answers.
Liverpool’s back line may be shaky, but at the rate they’re scoring, that’s not going to matter much. And, will Tottenham ever score again?
Has Daniel Sturridge become the odd man out in Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool attack? It’s entirely possible, with Coutinho, Firmino, & Mané all impressing early.
Ultimately, Jürgen Klopp and his Liverpool side had a disappointing campaign. Despite two cup finals, they won nothing. There’s no Europe. So, now what?
Luck is a big part of football. Sevilla benefited from plenty in the first half, but made it count in the second half en route to their 3rd straight title.
One last chance: Sevilla v. Liverpool, with a spot in next season’s UCL on the line. Will Sevilla win their 3rd in a row, or can Klopp’s men end the run?
Since Jürgen Klopp took over in October, Liverpool will have reached two cup finals—including the UEL Final May 18—where a win qualifies them for the UCL.
It’s the matchup many have been waiting for and others are sick of hearing about. It’s Dortmund versus Klopp’s Liverpool in the Europa League quarterfinals.
What were the more interesting pairings ahead of Europa’s Round of 32?
Despite their tumultuous start, Augsburg appears to have found their way again.
What a season it’s been thus far in England. Long may it continue.
Two years ago, Dortmund let Lewandowski walk for free. Little did they know, they had his replacement all along.
Can West Ham United and Leicester City keep up their improbable starts? There’s plenty of season left.
Aston Villa hasn’t finished higher than 15th in the table since 2010. With the way this season has started, that’s not likely to change.
Who will keep their strong European start going, and can the cellar dwellers dig themselves out of an early two-match hole?