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Kagawa scored vs. Hannover, opening the scoring in Dortmund's 0-4 win vs. Hannover. It's his fifth Bundesliga goal of the season and seventh recorded in all competitions, generally he always contributes positively to their attacking thrusts, as we all know he is awesome.
Yuki Abe made a curious transfer to the Championship, and after a slow start he's now doing well for the Foxes. As usual stupid fans who are ignorant of these players and make assumptions - such as writing off a player after one or two matches and saying they can't play football - well, now they're eating humble pie and Abe was commonly thought to be amongst their best in their win vs. Barnsley, if not their best.
Koreans did well, Park Ji-sung scored a rare double including an injury time winner, very fine goal. Park Chu-young scored a brace also just before vs. Nancy.
Ki has been doing very well for Celtic, although the question remains whether they're up to it against any team a bit tougher. They've failed all those battles - Braga, Rangers, etc. But Ki, he has established himself in the XI and fans like his all-round balanced game, his ability to initiate attacks, his vision, his set-plays, and he's added some grit to his game. I heard he complained about the behaviour of some St Johnstone fans who barked like dogs near the end of the match though.
By the way, so much talk about Kagawa, but what about his countryman at the rival club? Uchida at Schalke started slowly, badly even, like his team, but he has improved. As a player his strength isn't defense but attack, and he did contribute to a Raul goal. The legend showed him his appreciation which was nice. Also I haven't heard about defensive screw-ups on his part.
Originally Posted by Chatbox Ana
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Last edited by Jeffrey; November 7th, 2010 at 18:34.