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Celtic E-Sports League: Wednesday Night Review #11

SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 13: A ball sit on the roof of the net during the Barclays Premier League match between Southampton and Newcastle United at St Mary's Stadium on September 13, 2014 in Southampton, England. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

Welcome to Celtic E-Sports League Review blog. There was only one game on Wednesday night due to unforeseen circumstances. The only game played was Dundalk (Graham Leydon) versus Wolves (Nathan Riches).

An emphatic and deserved fixture victory for Dundalk was in store as Wolves had a night to forget in the latter stages of the Celtic E-Sports League. The tone for the fixture was set in the first leg as Wolves hammered nine goals past Dundalk. A measly goal was the consolation on a miserable night for the Irish team.

The second leg was more of the same as Portugal asserted their dominance on the German opposition. The goals didn’t flow like in the first leg but it was just as dominant and impressive as one will see in this league.

The final leg was very much in the balance throughout as Nathan finally lived up to expectations and performed well. However, it was Graham that was the more clinical and precise in attack, which proved fruitful as he took a 2-0 victory. A superior player that was a class above on this occasion.

Results: Wolves 9-1 Dundalk, Portugal 4-0 Germany, Real Madrid 2-0 Arsenal

Catch up with all goal highlights on the Celtic E-Sports Youtube Channel

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