Jurgen Klopp admitted the end of Liverpool’s 68-game unbeaten run at Anfield was a “massive punch in the face” as the Premier League champions crashed to a shock 1-0 defeat against Burnley on Thursday. Klopp’s side were beaten in a home league
Paul Pogba is back in form for Manchester United at just the right time as the Premier League leaders prepare for Sunday’s FA Cup showdown with bitter rivals Liverpool.
Luis Suarez sent Atletico Madrid 10 points clear at the top of La Liga on Sunday by scoring a sensational free-kick and then a penalty in a pulsating 4-2 win over Cadiz. Atletico’s victory puts their lead at the top of the table into double figures and it could
A delighted Paul Pogba asserted it is always a pleasure to be on the winning side after scoring the lone goal in their victory of the Burnley on Tuesday.
Gabriel Jesus scored the only goal inside the first 10 minutes at the Etihad to ensure a Manchester City win over bottom-of-the-table Sheffield United and help his team open up a four-point lead at the top of the Premier League.
Liverpool finally bolstered their defensive options by signing Schalke’s Ozan Kabak and Preston’s Ben Davies before the Premier League transfer window slammed shut on Monday. Meanwhile Premier League champions’ Japanese attacking
Manchester United equalled the biggest win in Premier League history as they crushed nine-man Southampton 9-0, while Arsenal had two players sent off in their defeat at Wolves on Tuesday. Rampant United scored four times in the first half after Southampton’s teenage
Manchester City already have one hand on the Premier League trophy but the battle for the top four is likely to go down to the wire as a clutch of clubs seek to join Europe’s elite next season. As the 2020/21 campaign enters its final stretch, with
Manchester United staged a superb fightback to shatter Tottenham’s top four bid with a 3-1 win, while West Ham climbed to fourth place in the Premier League as the revitalised Jesse Lingard inspired a 3-2 victory against Leicester on Sunday.