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Football Betting Tips

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  1. The former Germany captain “I am sad to leave so many friends at Manchester United,” he said. “But I am grateful to the club for allowing me the chance to take up this challenge.” He added: “I have enjoyed working with the manager, players and staff but I have to reserve special thanks to the fans. I will always remember their energy and their passion.” Schweinsteiger, who led Germany to World Cup victory in 2014, had talks with Chicago Fire last year but opted to stay at United beyond the end of the January window. For more details: https://betensured.com/

  2. Luis Enrique exit puts Premier League clubs on Messi and Neymar alert From a Premier League perspective, the immediate reaction to Luis Enrique announcing he will step down as Barcelona coach at the end of the season has centred solely on the managers who could be lured to Catalonia to replace him at the Nou Camp. Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger, perhaps? Or Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, the former Espanyol player and coach, whose blossoming reputation will have been noted by the Barca hierarchy? For more details: https://betensured.com/

  3. Hazard keeps Chelsea on title track The visitors started reasonably well, though allowed their hosts to get a foothold in the game by ceding possession in the early stages. West Ham did very little with it, however, and after 25 minutes Chelsea made them pay when a sweeping counter-attack featuring N’Golo Kante and Pedro was beautifully finished off by Eden Hazard. The Blues should have doubled their lead when an air shot from Diego Costa led to Victor Moses’ shot being blocked before Darren Randolph saved Pedro’s follow-up. For more details: https://betensured.com/

  4. Aubameyang hat-trick sends Dortmund through Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s hat-trick saw Dortmund easily overturn a first-leg deficit against Benfica in the Champions League last 16Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored a hat-trick as Borussia Dortmund thrashed Benfica to ease into the Champions League quarter-finals. The hosts trailed 1-0 on aggregate from the first leg but Aubameyang levelled the last-16 tie after just four minutes with a header at the back post. Winger Franco Cervi twice came close to scoring a vital away goal for Benfica before the interval. But Dortmund took control after Christian Pulisic scored on 59 minutes. For more details: https://betensured.com/

  5. Arsene Wenger ‘revolted’ by referee but proud of side despite thrashing Arsene Wenger said he was “revolted” by the referee after his “brave” Arsenal side suffered a last-16 Champions League thrashing by Bayern Munich. Referee Anastasios Sidiropoulos denied the hosts a penalty when 1-0 up before later awarding one for a Laurent Koscielny foul on Robert Lewandowski. Koscielny was sent off as Arsenal lost 5-1 on Tuesday and 10-2 on aggregate. For more details: https://betensured.com/

  6. Manchester United’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic banned for three matches Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has accepted a charge of violent conduct and will serve a three-match ban, the English Football Association (FA) has announced. Ibrahimovic, 35, caught Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings with his elbow before half-time of United’s 1-1 draw at Old Trafford on Saturday. For more details: https://betensured.com/

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