Chelsea notched their first win of the Thomas Tuchel era on Sunday as Leicester squandered their chance to leapfrog Manchester United into second place in the Premier League table. Defenders Cesar Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso produced stunning
Chelsea are on course to qualify for the Champions League after a crucial 2-1 win against top-four rivals Leicester, while Brighton staged a superb fightback to beat champions Manchester City as fans returned to the Premier League on Tuesday.
Former soccer coach André Villas-Boas has acknowledged the ‘big challenge’ that awaits him on his FIA World Rally Championship debut at next week’s Vodafone Rally de Portugal May 20-23. The 43-year-old has coached top-level football players at teams including
Thomas Tuchel said Chelsea face a ‘big fight’ to finish in the Premier League’s top four after their damaging 1-0 defeat against Arsenal on Wednesday. Tuchel’s side missed a chance to climb above Leicester into third place as Emile Smith Rowe bagged the first
Thomas Tuchel plans to ruin Leicester’s bid to make history, as the Chelsea manager eyes the first trophy of his reign in Saturday’s FA Cup final at Wembley. Tuchel said he would lead an ‘angry’ Chelsea into Saturday’s FA Cup final after defeat by Arsenal dented
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said on Friday that five first team players have tested positive for COVID-19 and will not be involved when they play Chelsea on Sunday. The club said last week that striker Gabriel Jesus and defender Kyle Walker
Leicester won the FA Cup for the first time in the club’s 137-year history on Saturday as Youri Tielemans’s sensational strike beat Chelsea 1-0 in front of 22,000 fans at Wembley.
Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson’s dramatic 95th-minute goal saw the Reds to a 2-1 victory at West Bromwich Albion on Sunday which maintained their bid to play in the Champions League. Liverpool moved to within a point of fourth-placed Chelsea and three behind
Manchester City brushed off a series of coronavirus-related absences to outclass Chelsea 3-1 at Stamford Bridge on Sunday and reassert their Premier League title challenge.
Barcelona became the first Spanish side to win the women’s Champions League with a stunning performance to thrash Chelsea 4-0 in Gothenburg on Sunday. The La Liga champions scored all four goals inside 36 minutes as a Melanie Leupolz own goal, Alexia Putellas’s