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Chelsea secured their first continental silverware in six years by soundly trouncing Arsenal in the Europa League final in Baku on Wednesday.

After a slightly flat first half, the game rocketed into action within five minutes of the restart when Olivier Giroud headed the Blues in front.

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The floodgates opened and Chelsea eventually ran out 4-1 winners on the night with Eden Hazard scoring twice in what looks like being his final game for the club.

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Avengers directors ‘love Liverpool 3000’

When it comes to the Champions League final, Liverpool have just garnered themselves one heck of a celebrity fan — we’re talking an actual, bona fide superhero here!

The Russo brothers, aka the movie directors responsible for both “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Avengers: Endgame,” have left little doubt as to whom they will be supporting come Saturday night.

Indeed, the Russos used their official Twitter account to nail their colours to the mast by sharing a motivational image of Iron Man himself draped in his very own Liverpool shirt, bearing an outlandish number that references one of the most touching moments in “Endgame.”

Not sure we agree with four-figure squad number (No.17 is free and available) but it’s a very cool mock-up nonetheless.

With Iron Man on their side, surely there’s no way the Reds can fall short now.

West Ham launch 80s retro kit

West Ham are the latest club to unveil their new kits for next season by releasing their brand new 2019-20 home and away strips in tandem.

The new home kit is directly inspired by the chevron-heavy shirt worn by the classic Hammers line-up of 1980, the year in which the likes of Billy Bonds, Frank Lampard Snr and Trevor Brooking lifted the FA Cup.

The away shirt is predominantly white and laced with obligatory claret and blue trimming — the precise colours worn by West Ham when they beat Arsenal 1-0 at Wembley to lift the cup on that sunny afternoon in May.

Haven’t Gunners fans suffered enough for one day?



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