Gap at top of league table cut to just two points as Slobs held by Greentown Athletic

Legoland FC have reduced the gap at the top of the Serie A league table to just two points thanks to a 2-0 win over out-of-sorts Inter Police and Legoland Footballing Celebs 2-2 shock draw with Greentown Athletic.

Indeed Greentown Athletic left it late to secure a draw thanks to an injury time strike by forward Emiliano Longhi, a strike which stunned the Stadio Delle Apli crowd and left Celebs’ manager Giovanni Trapattoni fuming. “We only have ourselves to blame” said Trapattoni as he stormed to the dressing rooms following the final whistle. The draw is the Celebs second in a week and has allowed second place Legoland FC right back into the title race.

In the capital, a huge crowd at the Partizan stadium saw a vibrant and confident Legoland FC overcome Inter Police with relative ease thanks to a single goal from Robinho and Raul in each half. Legoland FC face-off against arch rivals Legoland United next Sunday knowing that victory in the Derby could see them go top of the league should the Celebs lose away to Marino. Legoland FC’s striker Romario said after the win over the Pigs that he was looking forward to the explosive clash with United. “I love Legoland Derbies” he said adding that “I will be looking forward to beating the losers again”.

Meanwhile Legoland United also warmed up for next weekend’s highly awaited clash with a 2-1 win over Lazio secured by goals from Leper and Robert Pires. Mr United, who is in the middle of a hiring witches scandal, said that he expects his side to “rout LFC” next weekend. “We will be going out all attack and you can expect fireworks and revenge for last time” he said. Legoland United lost 4-1 to Legoland FC in October in what fans of the Reds consider the worst ever Derby defeat.

In other results, Juventus were surprisingly defeated 2-0 at home to Emperor Eagles, Lion Lakers were held to a scoreless draw by Robin Ravers whilst their rivals, Robin Rangers, defeated AC Milan 2-1 at the San Siro in a key relegation battle.