Credit: Granit Xhaka (@granitxhaka) on Instagram
We have on last surprise for you. Arsenal star Granit Xhaka is apparently a big Bollywood fan. The midfielder posted this photo on Instagram with the caption:
"Enjoying the free time with my friend Shah Rukh Khan"
Here is Granit Xhaka's Instagram account where he posted the picture: https://www.instagram.com/p/BLyiEs-Dy36/
Looks like we have a Bollywood fan at Arsenal! This will be our last post for the day! Thank you for joining us!
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The Southampton coach has said "I don't know my best team because all the time we can change five or six or nine players."
The forward said "We hit the gas from the very first minute. We attacked, especially in the first 30 minutes. It was fun."
Cristiano Ronaldo has posted a picture on facebook where he is seen keeping his feet in close proximity to a statue of The Buddha. This picture has allegedly offended a number of Buddhists, and Ronaldo's action was seen as a sign of disrespect.
The Arsenal manager said "It looks like he gets a taste to score goals because he goes more behind. We want him to be a provider and a scorer and it looks like he's slowly moving to that better balance."
The Liverpool coach spoke regarding the new development within Anfield and he said "hen, being here in the moment when the new stand is opened, as I’ve said a few times, I am really lucky b******. I felt like this. It was really good. I couldn’t have imagined how good it would be, but now the atmosphere is better than before. It depends still a little bit on our performance, but we are quite confident that we can have quite a few nice atmospheres here at Anfield in the next few years."
The Croatian midfield player, who is yet to lift the trophy, said "I have not won the league yet and hopefully this is the year. You can say that it is our priority because, for a club like Real Madrid to go four years without winning, it is too long. That does not mean we do not want to win the Champions League, Copa del Rey and everything that we play in."
The classy defender said "Diego is now one of the best strikers in the world. I love the way he plays, and I am happy now because he plays in my team and it's difficult to play against him! He never makes life easy for the defenders. I like Diego because he never forgets where he came from. That's why he fights until the end for his team. He never gives up."
The Manchester City manager said "Last time with Bayern [in 2014] we didn't create chances but today we did, we created chances to score one or two goals, but Barca can punish you, they have a lot of quality. We controlled, except the goal. The worst defeat of my career was with Bayern against Madrid."
The Catalan coach explained his controversial by saying “I want more midfield players, that is why [I dropped Aguero]."
The Frenchman was quoted as saying "I feel that at the moment because we win game after game our confidence is high and maybe we get over these dodgy periods with less psychological damage. We have a good balance in the team at the moment. Maybe we make more of our chances because the final ball is better."
The Barcelona coach said "We saw Messi play like a kid in the school playground today. Any other player would be shaking (after coming back from injury) but if we have come to expect anything from Messi, it's that."
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