While the leagues in Spain, Italy and France have been wrapped up, the Premier League is still alive with Liverpool and Manchester City on each others’ necks for the league crown. However, we are seeing much more entertainment in the race for the top four between Tottenham Hotspurs, Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United. Spurs and
One thing we’ve learnt from derby games across city rivals down the years, is that they usually don’t come without a fight. The other thing we’ve learnt from these high profile matches, is that there is – almost – always some big talking point at the end of the day, be it controversy or ecstasy.
Mesut Ozil is smiling again at Arsenal as he marked his return with a stellar performance to inspire Arsenal to a 5-1 victory over Bournemouth. Unai Emery’s men are fourth on the log and will want to keep things that way especially with Chelsea having a game in hand to catch up. Ozil justified his
Liverpool maintained their one point lead at the top of the Premier League after Sadio Mane starred in a 5-0 win over Watford.
Sergio Aguero scored a 59th minute penalty to help Manchester City keep pace on leaders Liverpool in the Premier League.
Luis Suarez netted a double to give Barcelona victory over Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu and send them into the Copa del Rey final.
Manchester United continued their fine form under new manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with a 3-1 away win over Crystal Palace.
Chelsea shook off their Carabao Cup final penalty shootout defeat to Manchester City with a 2-0 victory over Tottenham on Wednesday evening.
On Premier League TV this weekend, Premier League legendary commentators, Jon Champion alongside Jim Beglin will be at Arsenal vs Chelsea on Saturday before concluding with Fulham vs Tottenham Hotspurs on Sunday. That will be the last time both will be pairing to commentate on a Premier League game as Jon Champion bows
Brahim Diaz’ Transfer Release Clause Is Higher Than Lionel Messi’s Brahim Diaz might only be 19 and played just 15 senior games in his career but the new Real Madrid signing has a transfer release clause higher than teammates Isco and Marco Asensio and even Lionel Messi. There are moments that you