Jürgen Klopp returned to Borussia Dortmund this time as Liverpool manager, Marcelo’s acting skills, Leicester fans claiming bets and more in this week’s Top Soccer Moments!
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) April 7, 2016
Jürgen Klopp made his much anticipated return to the Westfalenstadion for the clash between Borussia Dortmund and his current club, Liverpool. The Reds got away with a valuable 1-1 tie and a few hearts were broken when he celebrated LFC’s goal in his characteristic fashion.
Got to feel for Maximilian Arnold getting booked after Marcelo’s bizarre dive and Oscar winning performance!https://t.co/aYpC8GYsh7
— Soccer Manager (@SoccerManager) April 7, 2016
Real Madrid’s shocking defeat versus Wolfsburg means really bad news for their Champions League pretensions, and Marcelo’s hilarious dive didn’t help to clean their image.
Aston Villa may probably/definitively be relegated soon, but at least they’ll have a slightly improved variation of their badge when they try to come back to the top flight during the 2016/17 season.
It seems that Andrea Pirlo isn’t too keen about the quality of American shampoo. Fortunately, his hair is still good as always and he is enjoying his time at New York.
Saving a penalty with your hands is too mainstream. A Brazilian goalkeeper showed the world how to rely on both posts and an incredible amount of luck to catch the rebound shot with his heel.
“Pigs might fly”, was the joke that a bet-maker owner wrote on the tickets of two Leicester fans who placed £1 on the Foxes winning the English Premier League back in July. The joke has come back to haunt him, at a cost of £2000 (about $2,823 USD) for each winner if Leicester wins the title (a thing that has become a real possibility).
MLS’s first season kicked-off 20 years ago. Sporting Kansas City will take the celebration to another level, with Kansas City Wiz inspired numbers and jerseys.
— Major League Soccer (@MLS) April 4, 2016
One goal, two assists. Kaká made his 2016 debut in style and was voted as this week’s MLS best player.
Time to say goodbye! be sure to come back next week to see its Top Soccer Moments!