Andrej Kramarić was booming with confidence Saturday as the 2020 Bundesliga finally came to an end. Kramarić had himself a day with four – count them one, two, three, four – goals against 2nd place Borussia Dortmund in a 4-0 win. Krama opened up his account with a perfectly curled shot from 20 yards out in the 8th minute of play. He added a tap-in goal for his second and cooly slid the ball past Dortmund keeper Roman Buerki in the 48th minute to complete his hat trick. However, Kramarić grabbed everyone’s attention in Germany during his 50′ penalty shot when he went “no look” for his fourth and final goal.
With the win, Hoffenheim secure a place in Europa League next season. We will see Kramarić again in September when the Bundesliga and UEFA Nations League start their seasons.
Kramarić Scores 4 Goals vs. Dortmund!
Ante Rebić is scoring goals again! Rebić got the start Sunday for AC Milan in a 2-0 victory over Roma; opening the scoring in the 76th minute as his initial shot went off the post and right back to him for a wide open shot on goal. After a disastrous start to the season, AC Milan are now only three points behind a Europa League berth with 10 matches remaining in the Serie A season. Rebić has definitely showed his worth while on loan from Frankfurt in 2020.
Rebić Scores the Winner For AC Milan
Ivan Perišić played the last 30 minutes of Bayern Munich’s 4-0 win over Josip Brekalo and Wolfsburg Saturday. Bayern won the Bundesliga title two weeks ago and will play again on July 4th against Bayer Leverkusen in the DFB Pokal Final (German Cup). We will also see Perišić and Bayern play in August when Champions League returns.
Luka Modrić did not make the trip to Barcelona this Sunday as Real Madrid limped by Espanyol 1-0. Real Madrid currently sit two points ahead of FC Barcelona for the La Liga title. Ivan Rakitić played the full 90 minutes in Barcelona’s disappointing 2-2 draw vs. Celta Vigo. Mateo Kovačić came on at halftime in Chelsea’s 1-0 FA Cup quarterfinal win over Leicester City. Chelsea will now play Manchester United in the semifinal round at Wembley July 18 or 19.