Martial makes a dazzling entry in BPL, Ronaldo sinks Espanol and Messi sucks thumb for Mateo.
The weekend of football Club action was worth the break due to the Internationals for all the players. There was some awesome action all around. New players left an impression in the BPL as Messi and Ronaldo continued from where they left last season.
Martial played the first game of his BPL career for #ManUnited and scored a fabulous solo goal. He has raised the bar for other ManU players definitely and will soon be in the race for most goals like other newcomers Bafetimbi #Gomis of #SwanseaCity and Riyadh Karim #Mahrez of #LeicesterCity
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Chelsea are staring at the possibility of being in the relegation zone if #Newcastle beat #WesthamUnited in their upcoming game, although Jose Murinho looked calm after their latest 3:1 defeat at the hand of #Everton.
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The way #Chelsea are going down they might soon discover oil
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— India Today (@IndiaToday) September 12, 2015
Barca continued to be on top of the table by beating #AthleticoMadrid. Messi started the game on the bench but replaced Rakitic in the 60th minute and scored 17 minutes later. Fans weere waiting for the thumb in the mouth celebration dedicated to his second child, born just 2 days back, Mateo.
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Ronaldo was firing all cylinders and scored 5 goals against #Espanyol, to become the highest goal scorer for #RealMadrid beating Raul record of 228 goals, that too in a short span of 6 years. Ronaldo will be hard to beat in no of goals scored this season as he has already netter 5 and Messi just 1.
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