Football

Afternoon Report: October 2

Next Story →
http://video.givemefootball.com/home/embed/79870229133258;914d63aba7eb44e78f84140aba54d384?pk=236812dc7570421897f582477631c705&tsize=true

Former Manchester United star Andrei Kanchelskis believes David Moyes' side will have to be at their best if they are to get a result against Shakhtar tonight.

Kanchelskis expects the Red Devils to face an extremely tough test in the Ukraine as United look to bounce back from their disappointing weekend defeat to West Brom.

Arsene Wenger has hailed the performance of Mesut Ozil after the Gunners beat Napoli 2-0 at the Emirates last night.

The German international scored his first goal for the club in an extremely impressive performance from the north London outfit.

Juan Mata has revealed that he will continue to seek improvement at Chelsea.

The Spanish international starred as the Blues beat Steaua Bucharest 4-0 last night but Mata has promised he will keep working hard at Stamford Bridge.

Tottenham coach Steffen Freund is hoping Spurs can build on their positive start to the Europa League when they face Anji tomorrow.

Spurs have begun the season in fine form and will be hoping to continue their strong start to this campaign with a win in Russia.

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has promised to go on the attack against European champions Bayern Munich tonight.

City and Bayern go head-to-head at the Etihad stadium and both teams are looking to maintain their 100% start to this year's group stage.

And finally, Celtic boss Neil Lennon believes Barcelona star Neymar was at fault for Scott Brown's sending-off last night.

The Catalans beat the Scottish champions 1-0 at Celtic Park and Brown was dismissed after kicking out at the Brazilian ace, but Lennon believes Neymar made the most of the incident.

Topics:
Football
Premier League
Manchester United
Arsenal
Barcelona
Manchester City
Tottenham Hotspur
Chelsea
La Liga
Next Story →

Article Comments

Trending

Read more

Scroll for more articles below.