Twas the night time before Christmas and across the world, footballers present and past were making the most of their time off over the festive period. Indeed, the Premier League is one of the few competitions in Europe which doesn’t have a designated winter-break, though that didn’t stop Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and his Arsenal team-mates from taking part in a karaoke session. Poland international Lewandowski, who has obtained 23 goals in 24 performances in all competitions for Bayern this year, was looking sharpened in a suit as he posed alongside his Christmas tree.
Ballon d’Or nominee Ronaldo, meanwhile, went for something more humble – a straightforward message of goodwill to his followers, ‘Happy Christmas followers, love you,’ as he shared a snap of himself resting smiling on his couch. Rakitic and Hernandez took the chance to spend some quality time using their partners – Raquel Mauri and Lucia Villalon.
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Hernandez, who was simply considered surplus to requirements at Manchester United by manager Louis vehicle Gaal during the summer and sold to Leverkusen for a cut-price £8million fee, has been around prolific form since arriving in Germany. The Mexican has netted 19 goals in 22 games so far forwards. Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, now on loan at Roma, was with his girlfriend Marina Luczenko and they shared a cuddle before a very impressive festive fir, lit up with flashing neon lights.
Former Everton favorite Tim Cahill demonstrated that he still retains a great sense of passion for the Toffees by decorating his tree with miniature replica products. The 36-year-old remaining Goodison Park in 2012 and via a brief spell with NY Red Bulls, are now playing out the twilight of his career in China at Shanghai Shenhua. Ex-Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard left his boyhood side last summer to become listed on LA Galaxy, but is on Merseyside over Christmas back again. He has been training with Liverpool’s first-team at their Melwood base in order to maintain his fitness. For current Premier League players, a few of the Arsenal squad grouped together for an ensemble karaoke performance.
The Gunners are second in the desk going into their Boxing Day clash away at Southampton with 36 points, two behind the speed set by market leaders Leicester. Elsewhere, Manchester United’s Jesse Lingard got back to his origins with a trip to Kent and, where in fact the Warrington-born youngster passed out presents to residents of the Heathfield Care Home. His team-mates Juan Mata and Memphis Delay were all smiles in front of their trees, seeming to place United’s troubles on the pitch to the back of their thoughts.
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