With Eden Hazard on international duty, he’s been talking to the press back home in Belgium, discussing the best player in the Premier League (not himself) and his relationship with Mourinho.
As the nights draw in courtesy of the clocks rolling back, the Champions League has nudged past the half way mark of the group stage and into match day 4. Tonight’s fixtures see some tough match ups for the home nations.
It was a promotion day to remember yesterday and what a start to life in the Index it was for Lyon striker Nabil Fekir!
Still, a game winning goal and two goals in a 3-2 win is something to be proud of, and Icardi looks on fire this season, with Inter Milan having 0 losses in the league.
Yesterday, Kane. Today, Kane. Tomorrow, Kane? It could be. Harry Kane really is the man in form. On the pitch, and on the INDEX. Flying up 20p since yesterday’s Buzz Blog, and a whopping £1.47 in a week! Returns galore to go with the Buzz dividend payouts!
Harry Kane. 0 goals in August. 13 goals in September for club and country. What a fine month the young England striker has had.
Isco Isco Isco. What a start to the season he’s having. 2 goals yesterday secured a 2-0 win for Madrid and the (young) Spaniard is flourishing this season.
Last night saw a Treble Dividend payout day come into action in the Europa League
As Paris Saint-Germain hosted Bayern Munich at the Parc Des Princes, the underlying story had run for the past few days, that Cavani had been offered 1 million (Euros?) to give up penalties so that the prince himself, Neymar could take the