Canada Meunier compares the "arrogant" Mbappé and Sancho
Brandi Carlile Is Giving Back With Her Brand New Sparkling Rosé
With the current state of the world, everyone is looking for ways that they can give back. Now, singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile is doing just that with a tasty new offering. On Wednesday (Sept. 16), Carlile announced her brand new line of sparkling rosé wine with XOBC Cellars, her official wine club, on Instagram. The new XO Sparkling Rosé offers a “crisp, dry, floral and insanely elegant” flavor of grapefruit and strawberry, as Carlile said in her post.“Today @xobccellars and I are launching by far the most delicious tasting sparkling rosé I have ever had in. my. LIFE,” she wrote in her announcement post.
Thomas Meunier left a prodigy in Paris to join another prodigy at Borussia Dortmund. " There are two ways to stop them: take the ball or the player!", has fun the Belgian. knew where he was landing at . One of his last matches with was at Signal Iduna Park, in Borussia's lair, in the round of 16 first leg of the Champions League. The Belgian then had in his team, and in the opposite camp. Today, Meunier rubs shoulders with the English prodigy on a daily basis, whom he readily compares to the French world champion. "They are fantastic" " Jadon is a little sneaky, explained . I always wants to dominate you or multiply the dribbles in front of you. It is a little bit like a humiliation. He wants you to know that he is better than you. Mbappé is the same and they are a little arrogant in the way they play. " We understand that Meunier is going through some difficult times during training, where he has to defend against these elusive dribblers. " There are two ways to stop them: take the ball or the player!", is having fun the Red Devil who, let there be no mistake, greatly appreciates the two players. " They are fantastic, not just as footballers, but as people."
Neymar scores 2, PSG routs Angers 6-1 in French league .
PARIS — Neymar scored his first goals of the season to help Paris Saint-Germain make up some lost ground in the French league with a 6-1 rout of visiting Angers on Friday. PSG moved up to second in the sixth round after winning four games straight. The defending champion started with two defeats. Kylian Mbappé, who also scored, had the first big chance at Parc des Princes in the fifth minute saved by the quick reacting Angers goalkeeper Paul Bernardoni. But the home side did not have to wait long for the breakthrough, a fine goal from Alessandro Florenzi in the seventh minute.