Episode 831: Dortmund Attack, Minimalist Ronaldo, English Leicester, Bayern Collapse
It was a strange night in the Champions league with Dortmund having to play less than 24 hours after an attack on their team bus, Bayern suffering an Arsenal type collapse, and Leicester City fans going on the rampage in Madrid.
Ken and Eoin discuss Ronaldo’s pared down performance for Real, a game in which he contributed nothing, except for every single decisive moment.
Jonathan Liew joins us to discuss a very English display from Leicester City, both on and off the pitch.
This is England. A piece on Leicester’s fans and Leicester’s football, and the bond that links them. https://t.co/ef3yXmwIH5
— Jonathan Liew (@jonathanliew) April 12, 2017
We get the latest on the Dortmund bus attack with Associated Press reporter Ciaran Fahey.
Dortmund midfielder Nuri Sahin’s brave post-match interview on their bus attack.
Huge respect ?
— SPORF (@Sporf) April 12, 2017
Plus there’s Vardy’s ASBO, Tony Adam’s charisma, Ken’s POTY guessing game, Roy Keane’s passing percentages, and why the era of pressing might be at an end.
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— Ian McCourt (@ianmccourt) April 13, 2017