11 things we loved this weekend: Hazard, Ivanovic, Perez, Ajax & more
Chelsea secured Champions League football, Arsenal waved goodbye to a hero and Liverpool kept up their end of the bargain this weekend.
With just one game to go, the title is yet to be decided in the Premier League, while there was plenty of drama in the Football League and around Europe.
We’ve rounded up the best of the action on and off the pitch.
He’s the man.
Eden Hazard is the only player in Europe's top five leagues to have 15+ goals and 15+ assists in the league this season.
The complete player. pic.twitter.com/LTtIM1jfVN
— Mod (@CFCMod_) May 5, 2019
Ramsey had a nice big cry when saying goodbye to Arsenal, and we don’t blame him.
For 11 years of service, for 369 appearances, for 64 goals, for 62 assists, for those Wembley winners, for coming back from that injury to achieve what you have with us, for EVERYTHING you’ve given to this club, we just want to say…
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) May 5, 2019
Ivanovic is a hard man, right? Then how come he’s so scared of flares?
— Российская Премьер-Лига (@rfpl) May 4, 2019
*Benny Hill music plays*
🤔 – How many men does it take to change a corner flag?
There's no punchline, but @GNev2 is pretty amused after it was snapped by Mbenza's celebration! 😂
Watch live on Sky Sports Premier League now! pic.twitter.com/GKaEVjz9KV
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) May 5, 2019
The best acceptance speech you’ll find this season.
Would also like to sincerely say thank you to absolutely none of my team mates, as this is an individual award, losers. https://t.co/uvMjahtcdt
— Joe Lolley (@JLolley23) May 3, 2019
A brilliant solo goal. Chelsea fans, get excited.
They trumped Leeds’ sh*thousery last weekend with this goal in a relegation six-pointer against Plymouth. Both ended up going down, anyway.
Forty years old and still scoring absolutely massive Bundesliga goals. RIP Dortmund’s title challenge.
The in-form Spaniard caused Dejan Lovren and Fabinho plenty of problems with his footwork. This is sensational.
Lovely total football Ajax won the Dutch cup with a 4-0 win over Willem II. This is the pick of their goals.
Fitba never lets us down.
Absolutely magical from Allan McGregor pic.twitter.com/txo6s0Y6FJ
— Daniel Harris (@DanielHarris) May 5, 2019
Sure, this isn’t football related, but we can’t stop watching it. (You’ll need your sound on.)
me on a diet:
lunch: chicken salad
— b.b (@benoobrown) May 5, 2019