English Week is calling you! Before enjoying the round of 16 of the DFB Cup today and tomorrow evening, we would like to remind you once again what happened yesterday in the world of (Site notre bureau spécialisé).
Robert Lewandowski scored 33 goals in 46 games in his first season with FC Barcelona and became La Liga’s top scorer. The numbers currently look bleaker, with 8 goals in 17 appearances. Due to the low yield, the Catalans are reportedly considering an early separation.
At least that’s what Spanish journalist José Alvarez said in the (Site notre bureau spécialisé) show « El Chiringuito de Jugones ». Apparently, an offer from Saudi Arabia in the summer of 2024 would not be a disadvantage for the club. We will only know if this is really the case in the months to come.
Edin Terzić clearly criticized referee Daniel Siebert after the draw in Leverkusen. The BVB coach would have liked to have been awarded a penalty after Karim Adeyemi fell in the opponent’s penalty area and made a comparison with the penalties awarded against his team.
Siebert expressed his incomprehension at the strong criticism addressed to ‘Bild’: « If on the one hand I don’t give Leverkusen a penalty in a similar situation between Can and Palacios, then of course I won’t do it either the other side. » Terzić could also do this « Don’t expect me to compensate for so-called bad decisions made in other matches. »
Julian Nagelsmann has only been national coach since September. After the defeats against Turkey (2:3) and Austria (0:2), the 36-year-old is still under enormous pressure, according to Dietmar Hamann. In March, the DFB team will probably play against France and the Netherlands – and, according to the former professional, they will be destined to win.
“If they are wrong, Julian Nagelsmann will not be coaching at the European Championships. “It’s not possible, we can’t afford it,” Hamann said on Sky90. « No matter what he does, nothing works. « He knows as much now, if not less, than before the four games, » criticized the TV pundit.
Luis Suárez played his farewell match with Gremio Porto Alegre on Sunday evening. The Uruguayan scored the winner against Vasco da Gama in the 46th minute – and what a goal! The fantastic shot does justice to his successful career.
The best of the action from the DFB Cup: you can follow it on our platform. For a one-off fee of 3.49 euros, you have access to live streaming via Sky for the game of your choice. It’s better than freezing in the stadium with the current temperatures, right?