English clubs dominate the European Cup with 2 finals all over England, but is it really a good sign for football in the foggy country?
After Liverpool and Tottenham created great sub-versions to advance to the Champions League final, the Europa League, Arsenal and Chelsea also made no mistakes to participate in the final match, thereby creating 2 matches. All-English finals, something that has never happened in history.
These victories made English football fans ecstatic in their victory and sang the phrase “football is coming home” (bringing football home).
Success at club level does not bring success to England.
English teams are achieving success, but looking to England, have fans ever felt depressed? And is football really coming home?
When the “crate” match is “mercenary”
Liverpool crush Barca 4-0 at Anfield, Tottenham miraculously upstream with 3 goals in the second half to beat Ajax on the away field, Arsenal brought down the “bat” of Mestalla of Valencia with a 4-2 victory, and Chelsea struggled to overcome Frankfurt on a dramatic shootout.
Either way, representatives from England were present in the final. However, there is a common point that among the heroes of these 4 teams, who “crate” the results of the match, there is no single name.
Lucas Moura was the focus of the magic night of the Tottenham players with a hat-trick.
Before Barca, Divock Origi (Belgium) and Giorginio Wijnaldum (Netherlands) are the ones who shine to bring the ticket for Liverpool. In Amsterdam, the stage belongs to Lucas Moura (Brazil) with a hat-trick, thereby creating one of the craziest comebacks in the history of the Champions League.
Go to Mestalla, double “artillery” Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon) and Alexandre Lacazette (France) continue to fire to help Arsenal shoot down the “bat cave”. Earlier, in the first leg, it was this duo who shone to help Arsenal to come back from the lead after the visitors.