November 24th, 2011
Champions League Results, Pt II: Traumatic Yet Titillating
We rather liked the look of Moritz Leitner when he replaced Sven Bender in Arsenal’s victory over Dortmund last night. Further investigations confirmed that he is indeed the type of tender, succulent manmeat we thrive on. Anyone else feeling peckish? Image: Getty Images.
Marginally better that Tuesday night’s action, if your criteria includes clothing removal, short-tents and potential for sarcasm.
“Base layers? Pah!” His team might have fallen victim to a last minute goal but the crucial moment came for us when Didier Drogba pulled off his shirt and revealed… FLESH! Wooh! Image: REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay.
Here’s Genk’s hot ‘keeper Laszlo Koteles, seconds after conceding a third goal to Valencia. It couldn’t get much worse… could it? Image: AP Photo/Alberto Saiz.
Marseille fans looking for consolation after last night’s shock defeat to Olympiakos should look no further that Andre Pierre Gignac’s shorts. Convenient, no? Image: ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT/AFP/Getty Images.
Hulk. Yum. (It might not seem like it sometimes, but we can be monosyllabic when it suits us, too.) Image: Reuters Pictures.
Ooh look! Zenit St Petersburg fans two-point ‘Shock & Awe’ plan comes off perfectly. It is meant to be ‘shock by letting off flares during the game leads to claims of awe-inspiring dumbness’, isn’t it?. Image: AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky.
Oh Cesc. Why do you taunt us so? Image: Claudio Villa/Getty Images.
And finally, congratulations to BATE’s Mikhail Gordeychuk, whose campaign to bring back the ‘Charlton’ is simultaneously brave and deeply upsetting. Image: VIKTOR DRACHEV/AFP/Getty Images.
How’d the night unfold for you, Kickettes?