So far the is the longest run by a top-flight side in English football history.
Man City have grown into their best form after two losses earlier this season and have finally reached the highs we have come to expect from them.
With a game in hand, they lead the Premier League by five points and cruised into the FA Cup quarter-finals on Wednesday with a 3–1 victory at Swansea.
It was a history-making…
During the first half in North London, the experienced Brazilian excelled in his position, but after stretching to intercept a pass, he was forced off with an apparent leg injury.
With Chelsea due for a stern Champions League test against La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid, that could trigger a problem heading into the coming weeks.
To make matters worse, the Blues are still without Kurt Zouma, leaving only Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen in the senior squad as the two renowned…
Today’s Barcelona news continues to be dominated by the deal between Lionel Messi and the club, the full details of which were disclosed this weekend in an article in El Mundo.
Messi already has a shortlist of five people who might have leaked the deal, a story in El Mundo Deportivo has now reported.
The club’s former president Josep Maria Bartomeu, former vice president Jordi Mestre, General Director Óscar Grau, the head of the Economic Commission interim president Carles Tusquets — who was head of the Economic Comission at the time — and the head of Barça’s legal services Román…
The full Barcelona contract of Lionel Messi was released by the Spanish El Mundo outlet and the 33-year-old deal, signed back in 2017, is said to have a total value of EUR 555,237,619 (£ 492m).
The specifics of 30-page contract have been released by El Mundo and one of the clauses in his deal means Barcelona will have to pay £ 34.4m at the end of the season to the Argentine superstar, even if he leaves the club.
At the end of the present campaign, Messi’s contract is set to expire and he could leave the Nou Camp on a…
Barcelona denied leaking knowledge of the deal with Lionel Messi — allegedly worth up to EUR 555m (£ 492m) over four seasons — and vowed to sue the newspaper responsible for publishing it.
Barcelona, which has been headed by a board of directors since the resignation of President Josep Maria Bartomeu in October in the face of a no-confidence motion ahead of the new presidential elections on March 7,said they support Messi and would take action against the newspaper.
“In view of the information published today in the newspaper El Mundo, in relation to the professional contract signed between FC…
After his latest strike at Sassuolo’s Mapei Stadium, the iconic Portuguese forward is now the man with the most official goals ever scored.
Ronaldo surpasses the long-standing record held by the late Josef Bican, who set 759 official goals between 1931–1955 during his remarkable career.
The five-time winner of the Ballon d’Or, who turns 36 next month, broke the record with a close-range finish in the 66th minute.
Christian Pulisic and Timo Werner should improve notwithstanding Chelsea’s returne in ways in the Premier League.
That is as per Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp, who picked out the Blues duo following their 1–0 success over Fulham in the west London derby at Craven Cottage on Saturday night.
While Werner ended his 12-game goal drought in last weekend’s FA Cup third-round win over Morecambe, he squandered a superb opportunity to make it 2–0 in injury time against Fulham.
Concerning Pulisic, he’s yet to hit top form in what has once again been an injury-disrupted season for the USA international.
The Red Devils dominated most of the game against the Clarets, but they had to wait until the 70th minute for Paul Pogba’s deflected volley from the edge of the box to claim all three points.
The win extended United’s undefeated run in the league to 15 games and ensures that they sit top of the table after 17 games for the first time since their last title-winning…
The winner of the tie between Shrewsbury and Southampton — which was postponed due to some favorable Covid tests in the Shrewsbury squad — will be played away from home by current FA Cup holders Arsenal.
With fourth-round ties set for the weekend of January 22–25, Manchester City will fly to League Two Cheltenha whle Non-league Chorley will host Premier League Wolverhampton Wanderers after beating a depleted Derby County in the third round.
Jose Mourinho’s side will…
Juventus forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, became the most prolific goal scorer in football history after his late strike against Sassuolo on Sunday.
After goals from Danilo and Aaron Ramsey on either side of the Gregoire Defrel equaliser for the hosts, the Portuguese superstar scored a 3–1 win over Sassuolo in the 92nd minute.
Ronaldo sprinted back late and delivered an emphatic finish for his 15th goal of the season so far, but more importantly the strike ensures that he’s only one away from being the all-time leading goal scorer in history, h e reached 759 in 1037 club and country games.
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