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Real Madrid now ‘closely watching Kieran Tierney’ after tracking Arsenal team-mate
Real Madrid are now keeping close tabs on Scotland international Kieran Tierney, having initially started scouting Arsenal due to their interest in Bukayo Saka.Tierney has made 19 appearances for the Gunners so far this season, not only impressing with how strong he is defensively but with his attacking prowess and ability to create chances from out wide.Since making the move to Arsenal from Scottish giants Celtic, the 24-year-old has also shown his versatility in being able to play as a left back as well as a centre-back – and his desire to bomb forward suggests that the left wing-back role would certainly suit as well.According to 90min, La Liga side Madrid are fond admirers of Tierney and are keeping tabs on him as the season draws to a close.They go on to state that Real’s chief has already been and watched Tierney for himself and ‘liked what he saw’, leading to the club to seriously consider a move for the defender.Initially, it is believed that Los Blancos had been intending to scout the Gunners to monitor the progress of England international Saka, but Tierney continued to catch the eye.The left-back has established himself as a fan favourite at the Emirates and former Scotland legend Ally McCoist believes his fellow countryman has all the makings of a future Arsenal captain.Would Kieran Tierney be a success at Real Madrid? Let us know in the comments section."I saw it at Celtic and how the lad developed there," McCoist told The Sun. "Even then, I knew he would be a leader.
Jurgen Klopp - Andy Robertson - Aaron Cresswell - Four things Jurgen Klopp got right as Liverpool beat West Ham to put pressure on Man City - dailystar.co.uk - Manchester - Portugal - Colombia
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Four things Jurgen Klopp got right as Liverpool beat West Ham to put pressure on Man City
Manchester City in the Premier League title race by claiming a narrow 1-0 win over West Ham.In their first league game since lifting the Carabao Cup, the Reds edged out the Hammers despite a lacklustre second-half performance in what was a tight game.Ultimately, Sadio Mane’s first-half tap-in was the difference, but both sides also had efforts cleared off the line, with Aaron Cresswell and Trent Alexander-Arnold coming to the rescue of their teams in quick succession.Andy Robertson and Naby Keita were both forced to make last-ditch challenges to protect Liverpool's lead after the break as the hosts struggled to put the game to bed.Here, Daily Star Sport looks at four things Jurgen Klopp got right to ensure his side closed the gap on City to three points…Klopp opted to hand Luis Diaz his third successive Premier League start for the visit of the Hammers, with the Colombian playing down the left wing.His trust in the new signing from Porto was repaid in bucket loads, with Diaz looking lively throughout the clash.It was a performance that deserved a goal, with one run just after the half-hour mark dragging his side from their own half to winning a free-kick right on the edge of West Ham’s box.Who was your man of the match as Liverpool defeated West Ham? Let us know in the comments section...Diaz’s place on the left meant that Sadio Mane was once again selected in the central role in Liverpool’s front three.It is a position that Diogo Jota has made his own for much of the season, but Mane impressed in the Portuguese’s place at Anfield.He scored the crucial goal to set the Reds on their way to the win when his clever run was picked out by Mohamed Salah and he turned the ball home.Mane ensured that he kept involved with play
Andy Robertson - N'Golo Kante 'spears' Andy Robertson as fans left puzzled during Carabao Cup final - dailystar.co.uk
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N'Golo Kante 'spears' Andy Robertson as fans left puzzled during Carabao Cup final
Liverpool supporters were left confused after an eyebrow-raising challenge from N’Golo Kante on Andy Robertson went unpunished in the Carabao Cup final.Chelsea and Liverpool’s clash at Wembley for the first silverware of the season was packed full with drama and incident.The sheer amount of goalmouth action ensured that neutrals enjoyed the spectacle, but the match also had its fair share of incidents away from the goal.One of them came in the closing stages of the first half when Kante clashed with Robertson on the touchline.The Chelsea midfielder got himself into an awkward position and ended up ducking his head in and flooring the Liverpool left-back in a fashion more familiar to rugby.Referee Stuart Attwell was nearby and didn’t see anything wrong with Kante’s unconventional methods, leaving Liverpool fans furious.Some compared the Frenchman’s intervention to that of a spear tackle – an illegal action from rugby.Others were incensed that nothing came of it and saw it indicative of confused officiating.HAVE YOUR SAY! What did you make of N'Golo Kante's challenge on Andy Robertson? Comment below.“Kante has just rugby tackled Robertson and nothing was given?” one supporter wrote.“Kante just rugby tackled Robertson with no consequences. Attwell now gone from a concern to a legitimate opponent,” said another angry Liverpool fan.“Kante rugby tackles Robertson and no free[kick].
Virgil Van-Dijk - Jurgen Klopp - Andy Robertson - Roberto Firmino - Jurgen Klopp hops off Liverpool team bus to give fans bottles of beer after Palace win - dailystar.co.uk - Italy - Manchester - Germany
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Jurgen Klopp hops off Liverpool team bus to give fans bottles of beer after Palace win
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp watched his side beat Crystal Palace 3-1 on Sunday and marked the occasion by handing out free beers to supporters waiting by the team bus.The German is never a man to celebrate an important victory quietly on the touchline and he was no different when on his way out of Selhurst Park with his players after leaving the stadium.Klopp was spotted meeting Reds fans after the game, having hopped off the team bus with some bottles of Peroni for lucky fans who sent off their team after a battling display in south London.The 54-year-old made time to hand out a few bottles of the Italian lager to delighted fans, who then took snaps of Klopp and their priceless memorabilia to capture the moment.Eagle-eyed fan Amar Kanwal spotted the moment Klopp came off the bus and his footage of Klopp circulated around social media.No one knows the exact reason why Liverpool had the beer waiting on the bus, but with a winter break coming up, it seemed like a perfect opportunity for the club to raise a glass with their loyal fans.The Reds needed to beat Palace to capitalise on a rare slip-up from Manchester City in their 1-1 draw against Southampton on Saturday and the Merseyside outfit began in perfect fashion.Virgil van Dijk rose high to meet Andy Robertson’s corner and power home a bullet header after just eight minutes to hand them the lead.HAVE YOUR SAY: Will Liverpool catch Manchester City in the race for the title? Comment below.Liverpool controlled the majority of the first half and doubled their advantage when Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain struck home from another Robertson pass, although there were questions as to whether the goal should have been ruled out by VAR for offside against Roberto Firmino.Palace missed a
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