Match of the Decade No.15 “Nacer Chadli fires Belgium to the World Cup quarter-finals.”

Number 15: “Nacer Chadli fires Belgium to the World Cup quarter-finals.”

Match: Belgium 3 – 2 Japan | Date: 2nd July 2018 | Competition: World Cup Round of 16

In my opinion, there’s nothing greater in football than a comeback story. The hunger from the players, the desperation from the fans, and the idea of clinging on to hope always produces a memorable spectacle.

On a warm Monday night in Rostov, Belgium completed their own comeback story for the ages thanks to one final counter-attack and one particular strike from the then 28-year-old Nacer Chadli.

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Arsenal Watch: Eddie Nketiah III

20-year-old forward Eddie Nketiah made his first appearance for Leeds United today in the Carabao Cup as they faced League Two side Salford City. The Englishman delivered a good performance on his debut as Leeds won the game 3-0.

Going into the fixture, Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa deployed the young forward in his best position down the middle in attack. The Argentinian named his side in a 4-1-4-1 formation but in-game it looked more like a 3-3-4 formation to me. Nketiah was mostly supported by Jack Clarke and Helder Costa on the flanks but Ezgjan Alioski also played an important role with his attacking runs down the left.

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My league predictions for the 2019/20 Premier League season.

It’s that time of the year again! Every year I announce my predictions for the upcoming Premier League season that confuses people and this year is no different. The following takes a look at how I think the table will look like once the season concludes in May:

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