I thought I wouldn’t be watching the game at all. I was wrong, kind of. I mean, ESPN was showing useless sportshows and there was nothing good on Food Network. So I HAD to switch to the dreaded ESPN2 during my lunchtime. (Un)Luckily for me, I saw both goals during a somewhat dry first half. It was a pain for me watching the likes of Wes Brown and Malouda on the pitch. I wonder how on earth Chelsea and Man Utd won most of their games with these players around? Then I suddenly realize that we have a certain Norwegian who probably has equal skill but with half of their brains 😦
Some say it’s luck, some would say it’s destiny. There’s a very thin line between the two anyway. Penalties are never a good way to settle a match, but there can only be one winner in the end. I couldn’t believe John Terry slipped at the most crucial moment of his career. He has done way too much to be considered a villain, but he might feel that he could be the one who’d write a new history for CFC. Not meant to be, I suppose. Poor lad.
This was BY FAR the most unanticipated Champs League Final in history. I mean, two teams that I hate the most were up against each other. It just couldn’t get worse than that. Am I really a football fan? I don’t think so. I used to watch more football when I was 16 or 17, I loved to watch other teams play and I always compared their style of play to Liverpool’s. Now, I just watch my Liverpool and nothing else (well, maybe England whenever they play for major tourneys). The world of football means almost nothing to me, as I always believe it revolves around Liverpool FC.