Surprising Portuguese contain PSG’s stars
PSG drew at Benfica 1-1, and both of them are still unbeaten this season (if you missed it, you have to watch Messi’s goal). Juventus got back on track by beating Haifa 3-1 thanks in particular to a double from Rabiot. Haaland also scored twice as Manchester City beat Copenhagen 5-0, while Real Madrid beat Shakhtar 2-1 and took a big option on the qualification.
Can anyone stop the Cyborg?
In England, the Erling Haaland phenomenon continues. "No one can cope," the Daily Express sums up. Yesterday, the result was a clear-cut 5-0 victory, but what can we say about the Norwegian striker's performance? He scored a brace by only playing the first half and you wonder who can stop him.
A Turkish club dreams of Ronaldo
"Galatasaray still hasn't closed the Cristiano Ronaldo book", affirms Turkish media Fotomaç. After a negative response this summer, the club is not giving up, on the contrary. Galatasaray vice-president Erden Timur said: "We have met with names that defy dreams," he admitted. The newspaper explains that the Istanbul club is still talking to Ronaldo and his entourage. It goes even further, as Fotomaç claims that the club are prepared to do anything to bring the Portuguese back, whether it be this winter or the next summer. We'll keep an eye on that...
� How about the Blues? �
There was no opportunity at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea was unstoppable as they inflicted a 3-0 defeat on AC Milan in a unique game on Wednesday evening. Wesley Fofana opened the score in the first half, before Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Reece James added to the tally. Everything is back on track in this group, as Chelsea is now second in group E, just in front of Milan who has the same number of points. We have to underline the great game by the recruits Auba and Fofana, but…
Wesley Fofana’s injury, is the only problem
In his press conference after the game, Graham Potter wasn’t reassuring concerning Fofana’s knee injury. The French young defender will have a scan today and we should be updated on it then.