” 1 David Luiz’s second debut for Chelsea did not go to plan David Luiz made his second debut for Chelsea on Friday night – but it really did not go to plan. The deadline day signing, a shock arrival from PSG, started and played the full Premier League game against Liverpool. But the Reds won 2-1, and although Luiz was not culpable for any of the goals, the internet did find his nightmare debut rather hilarious.
He was overwhelmed by Liverpool’s incredible attacking play, and certainly did not look like a defender worth over ?100 million of transfer fees over his career. The Blues’ defence was torn open again and again, and with displays like this from Luiz, it could be another long season for the West London club. talkSPORT collect some of the best reactions to Luiz’s second debut below… ” ” Sheffield United have signed Aston Villa striker Scott Hogan on loan until the end of the season.
The Blades fought off competition from a host of clubs, including Bristol City, to bring the misfiring forward to Bramall Lane. 1 Hogan has struggled since joining Villa from Brentford two years ago His arrival comes after Leon Clarke completed a move away from United, joining Wigan on loan for the rest of the season. Hogan, 26, is yet to score this term after falling out of favour at Villa Park.http://1xbet.footballresultstoday.org/
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He joined Villa from Brentford in January 2017 for a ?9million fee but netted just six times in 37 games last season. Blades boss Chris Wilder has been an admirer of Hogan’s for some time after trying to sign him in 2018. “Scott has been on our radar for quite a while. We tried to do a deal in the summer, but we got knocked back,” said Wilder. “But eventually he’s found his way here and hopefully he can be part of a successful second-half of the season. “I love his background in terms of where he has come from and where he has got to, but he’s been a bit unfortunate at Aston Villa.” ?? ?? H O G A N S I G N S ?? ??#SUFC // #LoanDeal pic.twitter.com/A0VP3a3CSR — Sheffield United (@SUFC_tweets) January 31, 2019 /**/ /**/ Wilder added: “He’s a really good fit for us though, he’s something different to what we’ve already got and his goalscoring record is good. “We believe we’ll create chances for him, but it’s his all-round general play and desire to kickstart his career again that appeals to us. “We’ve recognised what we needed, we’ve had to be patient with targets, such as Kieran (Dowell) and Scott, but I’m delighted with the three players we’ve brought in. “We’ve had a really good January window and we’ve got options at the top of the pitch.” “