Report: Red Star Belgrade 0-1 Arsenal (inc. AMAZING goal)

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Arsenal: Cech, Debuchy, Elneny, Holding, Nelson, Coquelin, Willock, Maitland-Niles, Wilshere, Walcott, Giroud

Subs: Macey, Osei-Tutu, Akpom, Dasilva, McGuane, Nketiah, Sheaf

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Olivier Giroud helped Arsenal maintain their winning start to their Europa League campaign as the Gunners ran out 1-0 winners in Serbia against Red Star Belgrade.

On a night when quality in the final third was thin on the ground, the Frenchman produced a stunning volley to steal all three points with six minutes remaining. Half chances had earlier fallen to Theo Walcott and Reiss Nelson but it wasn’t until the home side were reduced to ten men on 80 minutes that the Gunners made their pressure pay.

First half

Against the backdrop of a raucous home atmosphere, the Gunners made a steady, if unspectacular, start to the game. It was fun listening to the deafening whistles every time we held onto the ball for any prolonged period of time.

Jack Wilshere was at the centre of the action, snapping into challenges and deftly conducting Arsenal’s forward play. He was also the subject of some rough treatment but seemed to cope ok.

Chances for both sides were few and far between. Walcott tested keeper Borjan after a Wilshere free-kick on 14 minutes was half-cleared but that was about it from Wenger’s men.

Arsenal’s makeshift centre-back trio, made up of Rob Holding, Mohamed Elneny and Mathieu Debuchy, held up well enough initially but they were nowhere to be seen when Richmond Boakye headed onto the bar from a 25th-minute corner. It was a let off.

Five minutes later Petr Cech, in for the injured Ospina, made a fine stop from close range to deny Nemanja Radonjic. Reiss Nelson then did well to block the follow up.

That aside, it was a game lacking any real quality.

Second half

Arsenal had several decent chances to break the deadlock inside the first five minutes of the second period. After a penetrating run by Wilshere, Walcott skewed a shot so badly it provided Giroud with a chance of his own to pounce. Caught by surprise the Frenchman couldn’t get any purchase on his shot.

Next, Walcott made a mess of things again, miskicking a Nelson cross. The youngster then took matters into his own hands in the following attack, forcing a Borjan into a save at his near post. A frustrated Giroud let loose from 25 yards but his effort flew over.

As the game stretched out the home side also had chances. Cech first dealt with a header from Nenad Krsticic, then the veteran stopper came to Elneny’s rescue after the Egyptian played a back pass straight to Radonjic.

The initial spurt of action soon gave way to more of the turgid stuff we’d seen before the break. Giroud looked very lonely up front, rarely winning any balls tossed up to him, Walcott faded and Wilshere’s touch started to desert him.

It was heartening at least to see Coquelin get a booking, at least some things will never change. The France midfielder was on the receiving end of a hefty challenge from Milan Rodic who was promptly shown a second yellow and given his amrching orders. It looked pretty harsh.

On 84 minutes Arsenal finally made the breakthrough and it came from a stunning move. The Frenchman, up for FIFA’s Puskas award this year, produced a stunning acrobatic volley to finish superb tiki-taka interplay between Wilshere and Walcott. It was a moment of quality that the game didn’t really deserve.

Arsenal should seal qualification from the group stage when Red Star visit the Emirates in two weeks time.

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Yeabex
Yeabex
2 years ago

Be honest for a sec.
Thumbs Up – Keep Nelson, sell everyone else on the pitch this summer
Thumbs Down – Vice versa

Ox in the Box
Ox in the Box
2 years ago
Reply to  Yeabex

I thought his attempt at free kick was dreadful. He was ok otherwise mind, if not the fastest at running back to defend. Willock seemed another one not too bothered with the defensive side. But what a peach of the goal!

Fabulous
Fabulous
2 years ago
Reply to  Yeabex

I was just going to comment on how we undervalue Giroud greatly, and I had to read this sorry ass comment before I even had the chance.

ForeignGooner
ForeignGooner
2 years ago
Reply to  Fabulous

A load of bollocks.

zjoe
zjoe
2 years ago
Reply to  Fabulous

It doesn’t matter how undervalued you think Giroud is, Reiss Nelson is a 17 year old with the world at his feet while the rest are backups to one of the most under performing first teams we have ever had.

French Gooner
French Gooner
2 years ago
Reply to  Fabulous

So let me get this straight. A 31-year-old past his prime Giroud, Willy Walcott, Coq, Debuchy, Elneny, past his prime Cech, over-rated Willock and Holding over Reiss Nelson? He is probably our best youth player since Fabregas and you’d rather see him leave than a bunch of back ups who have failed to win a spot in one of the worst Arsenal sides in years?

I’m actually baffled.

Bould\'s Eyeliner
Bould\'s Eyeliner
2 years ago
Reply to  French Gooner

You don’t understand. A team is not made of 1+1+1+1+1+1+1+1+1+1+1=11 individuals. It’s made through partnerships and teamwork. The sum of eleven players should amount to something more–sell everyone and you have an excruciating task of rebuilding the team around two u21 players who look kinda exciting? Get real, they may be more fun to watch, but they’re only flourishing at the moment because we have defensive stability, senior players they trust and can play ahead of without worries.

Yeabex
Yeabex
2 years ago
Reply to  Fabulous

I don’t think we undervalue Giroud. I think we used to, back when he was our primary striker and we were comparing him to Henry and Van Persie while ignoring his qualities. But I’d argue that ever since Sanchez replaced him as the striker at the beginning of last season and he was relegated to a secondary role, Arsenal fans have grown to value the qualities he brings. The fact that everyone agrees with you saying that he is undervalued kind of proves that we don’t undervalue him. I wasn’t throwing shade at the rest of the team. It is… Read more »

BromleyGooner
BromleyGooner
2 years ago
Reply to  Yeabex

Let’s see him play a few good games in his real position before putting him on a huge pedestal from which he will be doomed to fail.

GunneRon
2 years ago
Reply to  Yeabex

101ivier Giroud. You HFB. What a finish that was !

Sal
Sal
2 years ago
Reply to  GunneRon

Can’t believe I read 9 comments before somebody mentioned that goal!

Dennis\' Berg Camps
Dennis\' Berg Camps
2 years ago
Reply to  Yeabex

You’ve a great point man.
4-3-3
Nelson
Nelson-Nelson-Nelson-Nelson
Nelson-Nelson-Nelson
Nelson – Nelson – Nelson

Yeah..

C.B.
C.B.
2 years ago

Who’d have thought it, two 100 goal strikers on the bench and we manage to win.

Crazy.

C.B.
C.B.
2 years ago
Reply to  C.B.

5 points clear after 3 matches, has Wenger done something right at last?

Yeabex
Yeabex
2 years ago
Reply to  C.B.

We are playing against the likes of Red Star Belgrade and BATE Borisov. Do we really deserve any credit up to this point?

C.B.
C.B.
2 years ago
Reply to  Yeabex

On the BBC site all the comments were about how bad the team choice was, inexperienced bench and so on, Wenger doesn’t know what he is doing. Hence the question.

If it was Mourinho they’d be saying what a genius he is (or Mourinho would be at least).

Matt
Matt
2 years ago
Reply to  C.B.

Mourinho has been actually winning leagues in the last 14 years, something this sorry manager of ours can’t do anymore

Ausdrexler
Ausdrexler
2 years ago
Reply to  Matt

He also won leagues at teams which threw bucketloads of cash at the title. Sure Arsene hasnt been successful with league titles but you cant deny he has managed a club on a considerably less budget and still been fairly successful. I doubt ANY manager would win the league at Arsenal with the financial system the club deploys.

Thierry bergkamp
Thierry bergkamp
2 years ago
Reply to  Ausdrexler

So lets just forget what Ranieri did, then

Ausdrexler
Ausdrexler
2 years ago

The Leicester win was a fluke. Cant compare. A 1 off event where all the stars aligned perfectly cannot be used as proof a manager should be winning the league with Arsenals financial system. Leicester had 1 good season, look at them now.

Dan Hunter
2 years ago
Reply to  Ausdrexler

Oh for fuck sake. Less budget my arse. We have spent over the past 5 years over £300M. With the basis we have had, we have spent POORLY. The only player which was worth it was Alexis for £35M odd.

Mpls
Mpls
2 years ago
Reply to  Dan Hunter

That 300m is in isolation. Compare it to the other top clubs over the same 5 year spread and use the NET spend.

In an ideal world we don’t have to debate the point at all, but if we do we should do so on the level.

gooner1981
gooner1981
2 years ago
Reply to  Yeabex

We deserve credit for playing Maitland-Niles, Willock and Nelson in games that mean something, and not some 6th game dead rubber in the CL. The experience they get dealing with the pressure to perform, and the fact that we can compensate for any mistakes they might make, especially in group stages means that by next season we should have 3 experienced homegrown players

BromleyGooner
BromleyGooner
2 years ago
Reply to  gooner1981

Agreed although I just wish AMN and Nelson played in positions where they can actually showcase their talent and build some confidence.

Swifty
Swifty
2 years ago
Reply to  Yeabex

They are no worse than Brighton or Watford.

Papas
2 years ago
Reply to  Yeabex

Jeez…enough to make you support Sp#rs….I despair of our so-called fans…

Martin
Martin
2 years ago
Reply to  Yeabex

Red Starvhave won European Cup and we put out almost Areserve team. Can’t you enjoy a fine win?

Paul
Paul
2 years ago
Reply to  Yeabex

Don’t you think it is fascinating that despite a win and a big lead in the group with several youngsters gaining useful experience that a majority of Arsenal fans can’t say that Wenger has done something (not everything) right?

A little credit where it is due I say.

Ausdrexler
Ausdrexler
2 years ago
Reply to  Paul

Some fans just cant give the ol fella any credit. Fans need to realise the team is competing where it should be, considering the financial system the club runs under. The financial model deployed at Arsenal suggests loitering around the fringe of the top 4 and being a big fish in the little pond of Europa, or a little fish in the big pond of Champs league is the expected outcome. I dont understand why so many fans blame Arsene. He has actually succeeded fairly well with the budget constraints he has. NO Manager would win the league at Arsenal… Read more »

Lula
Lula
2 years ago
Reply to  Yeabex

Enjoy life my friend, we only get one.

C.B.
C.B.
2 years ago
Reply to  C.B.

Sorry, on the pitch…

Adam
Adam
2 years ago

Beautiful man, beautiful goal. Norwich vol. 2?

Cdm995
Cdm995
2 years ago
Reply to  Adam

Not quite. Very nice, but not quite.

ForeignGooner
ForeignGooner
2 years ago
Reply to  Adam

Nice to see some good old Wengerball.

jack jack jack
jack jack jack
2 years ago
Reply to  ForeignGooner

Jacky carrying the torch <3

GunneRon
2 years ago
Reply to  Adam

Jack’s ability to dribble and turn in tight spaces is world class. That Giroud-Wilshire combination always seem to produce something special. Takes us back to those summers not long ago when we’d score special team goals. Its time they get a start in the league. Maybe they’d give us the spark we need to get us back on track in what has been a frustrating season so far.

Mpls
Mpls
2 years ago
Reply to  GunneRon

We’ve been missing Girouds abilities in one touch combination play through the lines, largely because nobody plays to his abilities for some time the way Jack does. Alexis and Ozil have played him some quality assists, but don’t use his interplay enough. The rest just seem to lump the long ball to him and leave it at that. At least give a runner off his shoulder to play on, or someone come to and show so we can keep possession. We need a few more players to play to those talents because it is an effective way to unlock the… Read more »

Unnecessarilystupid
Unnecessarilystupid
2 years ago
Reply to  Adam

Does he have the best collection of goals of any gooner?

James
James
2 years ago

No, watch Bergkampsmand Henry’s best 100. So many class goals.

Mpls
Mpls
2 years ago
Reply to  James

I’m going to be bold and say his collection gets a seat at that table with some of the beauties he’s put in. Assists too.

Bould\'s Eyeliner
Bould\'s Eyeliner
2 years ago

Bergkamp, pires, Henry, and ljungberg would make the same tiki taka goals except forty feet apart from one another and Henry finishing with a screaming volley from outside the box. It’s such an unfair bar…that I loveeee

H2k
H2k
2 years ago

Small request Arsenal, could play at the level you did in the 85th minute for the full 90 in every game please. That would be nice. Thank you.

Also, Giroud to be first player to win 2x Puskas Awards??

C.B.
C.B.
2 years ago
Reply to  H2k
GunneRon
2 years ago
Reply to  C.B.

His goal today is another reason why he should win the award. Our HFB’s world class goals are not a fluke (unlike the others with all due respect to them ). The man has genuine world class ability to pull off wonder strikes. I really hope he wins it !

Jimbo Jones
Jimbo Jones
2 years ago
Reply to  H2k

Thoroughly enjoying the Europa League! Great competition! The Red Star fans were incredible and a great goal too! It doesn’t solve any of our problems (we were pretty lacklustre tbh) but just enjoying the win

MrTanmay
MrTanmay
2 years ago

Thanks ref.

Assshavin
Assshavin
2 years ago

Wilshere is a joy to watch.

gunner4l1fe
gunner4l1fe
2 years ago
Reply to  Assshavin

Not sure which ass gave you a thumbs down. Suppose it’s someone that just never watched the game and only saw we scored. Wilshere had a great game. Loved seeing him in action and you can see he how commited he is.

Alex
Alex
2 years ago
Reply to  gunner4l1fe

The ass is me and i’m sorry to have ly own thinking and to not join the chorus of the sheeps… Wilshere is over rated, but English and home made, so untouchable, it seems.

caligunner
caligunner
2 years ago
Reply to  Alex

WTF is wrong with you. No one ragged on Ozil today. No one. Can’t you give a player ccredit when its due? lol

ArsenAlan
ArsenAlan
2 years ago
Reply to  Assshavin

After rumours of him leaving, I really hope we can keep him. If he stays fit he’ll be an amazing player. Fuck Ozil, he doesn’t give a shit.

Martin
Martin
2 years ago
Reply to  ArsenAlan

It’s a pity you can’t appreciate a world class player who has won German Player of the Year for 5 of the past 6 years. He is our most creative player and creates more chances than anyone else We will miss him when he leaves.

Greaves
Greaves
2 years ago
Reply to  Martin

Sadly he cannot finish chances others create for him.
Giroud is a boss when used properly….

GunneRon
2 years ago
Reply to  Assshavin

He sure is. I don’t think it would be an overstatement to say that apart from Iniesta, no one in world football has that ability to beautifully and elegantly glide past players like Jack does. That’s how talented our Jack is. If he could stay injury free, we could still see a world class player coming out from our academy.

Alex
Alex
2 years ago
Reply to  GunneRon

I wonder what you’ve been drinking…

Lettra
Lettra
2 years ago

I love THIS team Europa league team feels more Arsenal than the other lot. Well done kids and fringers.. And sign Jack up I’m deeply smitten again.

Jack
Jack
2 years ago

Every time Jack gets the ball you know he’s going to try to make something good happen. I think he has earned his place in the PL starting 11 now.

Cdm995
Cdm995
2 years ago
Reply to  Jack

It hurts me watching him. He’s still got the skill and the vision, but he used to have an amazing burst of pace, could get past anyone from a standing start. That’s completely gone now. Heartbreaking.

coca-colasinac
coca-colasinac
2 years ago
Reply to  Cdm995

lol, are you blind? last couple of times he has been playing he’s been fizzing past opponents on a consistent basis. I just love watching how he gets past players all the time, and i just can’t comprehend who you are talking about…

ArsenAlan
ArsenAlan
2 years ago
Reply to  Jack

JackRamXhakaLaca

GunneRon
2 years ago
Reply to  Jack

He certainly has, even for England. But I heard our neighbours think that Harry guy (whatever his name is) is already better than Wilshire. Lol what a bunch of deluded fans they are !

DTrain
DTrain
2 years ago

Oh my Bergkamp

Alex
Alex
2 years ago
Reply to  DTrain

Özil has a better goal/assist ratio than Bergkamp, but well… never mind.

Mark
Mark
2 years ago
Reply to  Alex

This is not a knock on Ozil, but Dennis was a master of the hockey assist.

Mpls
Mpls
2 years ago
Reply to  Alex

Bergkamp is still Bergkamp. And always will be.

I’d be happy for Ozil to sign on and earn his seat at the table.

Damobot
Damobot
2 years ago

boring.com
Except for that goal of course!!!!

Adam
Adam
2 years ago
Reply to  Damobot

Agree, goal aside it was dull as dull can be. No matter how hard Andrew will try to drive the excitement around this competition it just feels super secondary.

MC1892
MC1892
2 years ago
Reply to  Adam

Personally quite enjoying it. Financial and prestige losses aside (and of course the likelihood of players leaving is included in the latter), I was thoroughly disillusioned by the champions league. Getting hammered every March by Bayern or Barca became thoroughly dull.

Lettra
Lettra
2 years ago
Reply to  Damobot

I only just red match review … Sounds like most our lads were shit.. However I loved the game and thought that most of our lads did real goodl but I only saw second half as I totally missed the early kickoff.

Riku
Riku
2 years ago
Reply to  Lettra

We played better in first Half than second , until the red card..I don’t think we played that much more boring or un attractive than in premier league, good to see the young lads get experience and mature players play solid , clean sheet etc… The starting line up had 354 international caps , not too shady!!

Rich
Rich
2 years ago

Even better than Giroud’s goal has to be the commentator getting tongue tied and calling Walcott, Willcock.
Pretty boring game other than the goal, Wilshere MOM and thought Niles did pretty decent as well.
Only we could f*ck this up from here.

Pakgooner
Pakgooner
2 years ago

Wilshere and Giroud ought to start for games after Everton since they’ll be a bit knackered. They pair really well, and Giroud I think will go well with Laca and Alexis. Still can’t get enough of seeing Jack play, I saw him running back for defending and the one with the best ball control on the pitch with that dribbling spectacle that led to the goal. Drop xhaka don’t want him anywhere near the starting xi

Danaery\'s pet dragon
Danaery\'s pet dragon
2 years ago
Reply to  Pakgooner

Great goal but that aside no pace going forward and most of the time taking the safe pass back to the back three rather than turning and driving forward. Very good result but didn’t dominate the game by any means. I didn’t see enough from Giroud or Wilshere to say they should start Pl games…..and I am generally looking for positive things from our displays

caligunner
caligunner
2 years ago

Did you not notice the players on the pitch with Jack and OG? You expect them to just go out and do whatever they wish and not think about the team?

ETTAN
ETTAN
2 years ago

After contemplating 80 minutes of what the meaning of life is, I saw the goal. Now I know, it’s the beauty of life itself.

Automatism
Automatism
2 years ago
Reply to  ETTAN

That goal makes it all worth it.

Marty
Marty
2 years ago

That turn of Jack to beat 3 RSB players and start the move was great!!

time will tell
time will tell
2 years ago
Reply to  Marty

Really someone voted this down, must hate football

gooner1981
gooner1981
2 years ago

Give him a crazy difficult chance, and he puts them away! What a goal by Giroud. To get 3 points away from home, with a mixture of out-of-position players, comeback players, youngsters and a few senior players (with an entire bench of youth players) means our decision to play this team has now been vindicated. Really excited to see what Jack brings to the team henceforth. No way he’s not going to make the England squad next year!

Gordy
Gordy
2 years ago

Brilliant. Play Wilshere for God’s sake.

Vedant
Vedant
2 years ago

The amazing goal aside we had no gameplan whatsoever. Just a makeshift team put together for the sake of it. Giroud bailed Wenger out on this one.

gunner4l1fe
gunner4l1fe
2 years ago
Reply to  Vedant

Were you in the change rooms or training ground to make that amazing analysis? It’s a bunch of new kids given the chance with some experienced Gunners that played against a well organised team that made it difficult.

Unnecessarilystupid
Unnecessarilystupid
2 years ago
Reply to  gunner4l1fe

It was a very young side and they controlled the game, away at one of the most intimidating places you can play. I’ll take it.

Fergal (captain optimistico)
Fergal (captain optimistico)
2 years ago

Wow. That’s harsh. This was a demonstration of our squad dept. Fair enough. Some poorly squirned attacks. Well repaid by what will be a CLASSIC ARSENAL goal. For the ages. Pure Arsenal.

Sir Henry Norris\'s Brown Envelope
Sir Henry Norris\'s Brown Envelope
2 years ago

Giroud has a habit of scoring when the ball is behind him, Crystal Palace, Scorpion and now this. Can any body else think of other goals like this from the HFB?
Good to see Jack back. His part in that goal was sensational

my name is bob
my name is bob
2 years ago

I think it’s time to try out Jack again in midfield.
Have him either play with Ramsey or Xhaka, depending on our opposition, he’s beginning to look like he’s regained the class that we thought he had three or four seasons ago.

I AM ARSENAL
I AM ARSENAL
2 years ago

Debuchy was playing FFS (and done fairly well) performance wasn’t great but the goal made the prior 85 worth it. Wilshere needs to replace somebody in the middle of the park. That piece of skill, control and pass to Walcott is why i still consider him Englands best player ..At this moment in time who in our midfield is playing better than him…even though he is still not back to his best or fully fit. Definitely ahead of Xhaxa who is in there…for what? Defensive solidity lol. Impressed with Willock again…Quietly goes about his game, does the simple things and… Read more »

caligunner
caligunner
2 years ago
Reply to  I AM ARSENAL

I think its only natural they just want to play it safe at their age and playing out of position. I think its a good experience for them just to be out there for 90m playing.

I agree Wilshere needs to be in the MF with Ozil. How much better the team would click together IMHO lol

bob davis
2 years ago

Another Giroud classic! I hope Jack starts on Sunday!

COYG!

bdotm
bdotm
2 years ago

I thought we played pretty well. We were brave, too risks and kept going till the end. Energy levels didn’t drop and every player did ok. They gave us a decent game. Glad our class shone through in the end. Let’s see what Wenger does with Wilshere and to an extent Debuchy. They could be the real LANS

Badaab
Badaab
2 years ago

Didn’t watch as I was busy doing work in the yard this afternoon, and I don’t know if I’m going to make time to catch matches live anymore this season as the club has given me an overall feeling of ‘meh’ too early this year (usually that comes in March).
That all said, I’m glad the team won, and what a fabulous piece of improvisation from Olivier Giroud.

Automatism
Automatism
2 years ago

We brought proper goal keeper & attacking front three, but everything in between them is utter shambles.

But then again, wow, what a goal!!

Martin
Martin
2 years ago
Reply to  Automatism

A team of mainly youngsters wins a difficult European away match and you can’t even give any credit.

VintageFuzz
VintageFuzz
2 years ago

Was at the game. Buzzing! Great atmosphere and the HFB scored right in front of me! Get in!

Steve
Steve
2 years ago

Wilshere with another 90 minutes of uninjured play and heavily contributed to the beauty of that goal. Way to finish it Oli!

Alex Doukakis
Alex Doukakis
2 years ago

Love seeing wilshere play .. offers something completely different desperately needed for club and country, no doubt he won’t start against Everton but I hope he forces his way into both starting 11s soon and shoves Troy Deenys comments down his throat- since the little Spanish magician has been out we have missed that turn on a sixpence player apart from Alexis .. but someone who can come from deep.. best thing I love abou jack though is his hate of the spuds and love for Arsenal !

Kostas Greek Gooner
Kostas Greek Gooner
2 years ago

Giroud and Wilshere combine so good everytime the play together. That makes me wonder why Ozil and Alexis dont try one-two’s with Giroud. I kinda feel that they dont believe in him

Toure motors
Toure motors
2 years ago

If Jack Wilshere could just get another half yards pace and stay fit for a year…. he’s such a clever footballer

Runzac
Runzac
2 years ago

I think that considering the circumstances it was a very good win. A team that is a very mixed bag lacking cohesiveness, big hostile crowd, away game – far far away. But of lately critisizing your own team has become an art of too many.

Clock-End Mike
Clock-End Mike
2 years ago

Your anti-Walcott bias is showing again. There were plenty off “fluffs” throughout the team, but Walcott had as good a game as most — with the exception of Wilshere, at least — and much better then Giroud (with the exception of the goal itself).

Dr Whale
Dr Whale
2 years ago
Reply to  Clock-End Mike

What surprise me is that despite Walcott contributing to at least a goal in every uefa we have played, fans still want to get rid of him. With Walcott in the starting line up, you have the chance of ball on target or goal than with welbec starting. With Welbec however, you have work rate upon work rate. If goals win you match, why do we hate Walcott so much we want to get rid of him? Possibly if Walcott had started against Watford instead of Welbec, we may have scored another goal in the first half

I\'m Professor Ignorance, on this subject
I\'m Professor Ignorance, on this subject
2 years ago

“forcing a Borjan into a save at his near post.”

I like this typo. A Borjan sounds like some strange creature from Slavic myth. Probably one that shouldn’t be woken up if you can help it, otherwise it will play spiteful and potentially dangerous pranks on you.

Max
Max
2 years ago

Goal link is broken arseblog

SwissGunnerFan
SwissGunnerFan
2 years ago

Was in the stadium yesterday with the Serbian fans (my wife is cheering for the Red Star). Couldn’t hold it for the goal and happy I made it alive out of the stadium…
Definitely an hot place to play football so congrats to the team for showing some!
Wilshere is getting really fit. Time for some PL!