The Gunners have come face-to-face with many a former hero in recent years but none will provide as much pain as seeing their old skipper pulling the strings for Chelsea.
Friday, October 3, 2014
Thursday, October 2, 2014
The Portugal international is touched by the fact that Red Devils fans are desperate for him to return to Old Trafford but he says that he is happy at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Iago Aspas gave Unai Emery's men the lead but a Thimothee Kolodziejczak red card made it easier for the hosts to reverse the scoreline before Stephane M'Bia came to the rescue
The Real Madrid star suffered an apparent ankle injury on what he called a "very ugly tackle."
The striker doesn't want any tension between his club and country as Euro 2016 qualifying continues.
The fullback told a Brazilian newspaper that he will "play in the home of football" after his Barcelona contract expires next year.
The Europa League holder has enjoyed a superb start to the season, and with its Colombian star in fine form it can be a protagonist on the continent again this campaign.
The Spanish striker has slipped down the pecking order at White Hart Lane and failed to live up to expectations since his 30 million euro move from Valencia last year
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
The Madrid star was limping towards the end of his side's victory, but the manager has insisted the injury is not serious.
The Mexican was given a chance to impress by coach Carlo Ancelotti, but looked lost for long periods and Real improved immensely after he was replaced by the Frenchman.
The Turkish international produced a winner with 15 minutes to play, ending Massimiliano Allegri's unbeaten start as Juve boss.
Diego Simeone's outfit got its Champions League campaign up and running as it ran out to a narrow win over the Italian champions at the Vicente Calderon.
The defending champion was pushed all the way by the Eagles, but goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema brought it from behind to take all three points.
The Barcelona midfielder admitted that PSG was the better side in some ways.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
The Barcelona coach said his team made key errors against a PSG side that has "the potential to win the Champions League."
Luis Enrique's side had not conceded a single goal all season, but let in three in a dismal defensive display against a buoyant Paris Saint-Germain side.
Goals from Lionel Messi and Neymar were not enough for the Catalan giants as Laurent Blanc's men took all three points in an electrifying game at Parc des Princes.
The new Barcelona boss saw his side fall to PSG on goals by David Luiz, Marco Verratti and Blaise Matuidi.
BATE pulled off a stunning win over the Spanish club.
The Atletico manager has singled out Juve's forward as the man to worry about.