Another thing which you've hopefully noticed is the poll on the right sidebar. Have your say on who will win the English Premier League, and although Chelsea is running away with it right now, they've just been stopped by Manchester City. This could cause Ancelotti's side to falter, and maybe give away the title, but that's up to you, the voter. So be sure to vote on the poll which is located at the top of the sidebar.
And the last thing I wanted to mention before we move on to the soccer results, is that my review of the Concave PT+ soccer cleats will be up sometime tomorrow. I've already done a preview which goes over the innovative features which the company offers, and if you want to find out more info about the company, Concave Sports, click here. And now, on to the soccer.
|Vucinic scored his first goal of the season against Inter|
While some say Serie A is a boring league with Inter Milan constantly winning, I have to say that they're wrong. And I'd have to point at this result (along with others) which shows that the title race is not boring, and it might provide a new winner this season. The first half was a pretty equal showing by both teams, with the Stadio Olimpico full of charged supporters cheering the giallorossi on. The second half became a stop-start affair, full of stoppages due to fouls. But the magical moment arrived for all those fans who patiently cheered on their team for the full 90 minutes. It was substitute Mirko Vucinic who got on the end of Daniele De Rossi's cross with a diving header, scoring the only goal of the game. This last-gasp goal has not only raised Roma's spirits for their upcoming matches, but it has also lowered Inter's mentality as they prepare to face Werder Bremen in the Champions League, and after that, Juventus.
|He has returned...|
|An unlikely return to say the least|
The Gunners though lost 3-2 at the Emirates Stadium against West Bromwich! Not to doubt West Brom, but I expected at least a 3-0 win by Wenger's side, but the result was going the opposite way for West Brom. The newly-promoted side was 3-0 up by the 71st, with the game securely controlled. After that, Nasri found two goals, but they weren't enough to salvage a point against the mighty West Brom.
|The perfect strike|
|Another unlikely return by a former great striker|
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