It was a weekend of football like none other, with two domestic league cups to discuss, new developments in the title races in Spain and France, and a goalkeeper scoring a header in the Premier League. Kausty, Russell, Rhys and new guest Shomik get together to discuss Leicester's stunning FA Cup final win, Dortmund's resurgence in the DFB Pokal and Bundesliga top four race, and Alisson's incredible headed goal. The panel then end off with a discussion about Barcelona crashing out of the La Liga title race, and whether or not Ronald Koeman is to blame. Follow @futbolmasterminds on Instagram to see more of the show and subscribe via Itunes and Spotify!
Oh, the magic of the FA Cup. Leicester City came into the cup final as clear underdogs, with Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea in great form and a UEFA Champions League final in their sights. But it was the Foxes who came out on top with a stunning Youri Tielemans strike, and two fantastic saves from Kasper Schmeichel. Here is our tactical analysis of the match.
After missing out on Champions League football on the final day of the 2019-20 season, many might have thought Leicester City's early season form of last year might just have been a stroke of good fortune and nothing more. But their stellar play has continued at the start of 2020-21 and other than a few disappointing losses to West Ham and Aston Villa, the Foxes have been flying high to start this campaign. After eight matches, Brendan Rodgers' side sit top of the table, with six wins so far. Significantly, they've experimented with different formations and a host of different, less luxurious players in the absence of talents like Ricardo Pereira, Wilfred Ndidi, James Maddison and of course Ben Chilwell, who left for Chelsea. Their impressive form after missing out on Champions League football last year definitely deserves further examination, so here is our early season tactical analysis of Brendan Rodgers' Leicester City in 2020-21.
The Mastermind brings you an exclusive guide to every single Premier League team going into the highly anticipated 2017-18 season. From lineups, to transfers to the wackiest of predictions, The Mastermind has you covered. Here is your guide to the champions of two seasons ago, Leicester City. LEICESTER CITY INTRODUCTION After becoming the most surprising champions … Continue reading 2017-18 Premier League Team Guide: Leicester City
Goalkeeping was a hot topic in the 2016-17 Premier League season with many number ones being scrutinized for their lackluster performances in addition to many hitting the limelight and stardom as well. So with the season now all over it is time to take a look at which five goalkeepers made the greatest impact for their … Continue reading The 5 Best & Worst Goalkeepers of the 2016-17 Premier League Season by Saves Per Goal
The Premier League is beginning to wind down with Chelsea all but walking away with the league title, but as March would have it, the race for relegation, top four and more are just heating up. March was another strange month in the Premier League in the sense that some teams played twice, some played … Continue reading English Premier League Team of the Month March 2017
The 2016-17 UEFA Champions League continues to amaze. Up to this point this has been one of the best ever UCL tournaments and we have seen so many surprise results and surprise performances. March 14-15 witnessed two of those surprise results as Leicester City came out victorious against Sevilla and AS Monaco made an incredible comeback … Continue reading UEFA Champions League Team of the Week Round of 16 (March 14-15)
If you had asked anyone who would advance to the Quarter Finals in the UEFA Champions League between Sevilla and Leicester City, they would all have said Sevilla. Even Leicester City fans, who were in heaven for all of last season would have likely had no faith in their side's chances at advancing to the … Continue reading Leicester City Defy Odds To Advance To UCL Quarter Finals
What an entertaining round of fixtures Matchday 26 was in England's top flight. Although two matches had to be postponed due to the EFL Cup final between Southampton and Manchester United, there was still more than enough excitement for all to enjoy. Spurs and Chelsea both grabbed massive results as they continue to battle it … Continue reading English Premier League Team of the Week Gameweek 26