Two engrossing games, one a 0-3 drubbing of Manchester United by Everton, then a nil-nil draw at the Emirates between Arsenal and Chelsea on Sunday. After United's clueless performance at Goodison Park, all Mourinho need to tell his Chelsa players was to stay-put, on park. They did, and Arsenal rued their chances in a match which had its share of contentious decisions. John Terry led the celebrations on the field as Mourinho quietly whisked away his body through the Arsenal tunnel. Some football.
If Arsene Wenger's tenure at Arsenal was a film, a critic was most likely to review it as powerful, engaging and exciting in the first half then predictable, inconsistent and disappointing in the second.
Bollywood diva Deepika Padukone might be thanking her stars for bagging all the good roles so far but the actress surely is not that lucky when it comes to traveling abroad. Turns out that Dippy darling lost her luggage the fourth time while coming back from Italy.
Emirates chief Tim Clark has reportedly questioned why fighter jets did not intercept Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 when it veered widely off course, but said he believed the missing plane will be found.
On the windy night of February 12, when the whole of England was bracing with extreme weather, Manchester United and Liverpool took on their respective rivals, playing their league games. Both the travelling teams hoped to return home with points but only one of them managed to do so. And in the way, reversed a 23-year-old trend.