Social Zone: Lampard was right about penalties at Liverpool, plus Pochettino is on the brink at PSG

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After Bayern Munich's 10th consecutive Bundesliga title, Thomas Muller celebrated accordingly... by soaking pundits in beer, including his former teammate Bastian Schweinsteiger. It's okay though, they quickly managed to get over it with some beer of their own.

After Everton's 2-0 defeat at Anfield on Sunday afternoon, Frank Lampard suggested "you don't get penalties" against Liverpool.

Well, it turns out the Toffees manager may have a point... it's been 46 games since Liverpool last faced a penalty.

If Italy being awarded team of the year in 2022 for winning 'Euro 2020' wasn't weird enough... it seems their entire failure to qualify for a World Cup hasn't been taken into account. Fair enough.

It was clear that Liverpool dominated the Merseyside derby in almost every area of the pitch, but this is an outrageous stat. A central midfielder has failed to complete a single pass in open play.

With news of Mauricio Pochettino's imminent sacking at PSG, reports suggest Antonio Conte is keen to replace him in Paris.

Could we see a managerial swap deal between the Parisian club and Tottenham? Don't rule it out.

READ MORE: Relegation run-in: Remaining fixtures and survival hopes for Burnley, Everton, Leeds and Aston Villa

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