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Liverpool's attacking trio dazzle in 4-1 rout of subpar West Ham

Liverpool passed 100 goals for the season with a comfortable win over West Ham United.
Former West Ham goalkeeper Shaka Hislop examines how Liverpool stood firm in defence and punished a 'poor' Hammers side at Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool's Mohamed Salah is "a boy who is full of greed" and that's exactly what his side need in their attack.
James Milner says he wants Liverpool to play better and be more dominant after their 4-1 win over West Ham,

LIVERPOOL -- Three points from Anfield as Liverpool wrap up a comfortable 4-1 win over West Ham.

1. Liverpool wrap up easy win

Liverpool are gaining serious momentum as they enter the business end of the season. A convincing victory on Saturday moved Jurgen Klopp's side up to second in the Premier League, for the time being at least. Manchester City may be out of sight at the top but finishing runner-up, while participating in the Champions League's final stages, remains a very realistic possibility...

Arsenal punished for poor performance but avoid catastrophe vs. Ostersunds

Ostersunds scored twice in quick succession in the first half to come storming back in the tie only for Arsenal to put them out of reach early in the second.
Arsene Wenger feels Arsenal did the job to qualify for the Europa League last 16, but laments how 'complacent' and 'open' they were against Ostersunds.

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts from the Emirates after Arsenal reach the round of 16 of the Europa League despite a 2-1 home loss to Ostersunds, going through 4-2 on aggregate.

1. Arsenal avoid a monumental fiasco

What was supposed to be a formality turned into a near-fiasco for Arsenal.

Minnows Ostersunds threatened to make this one of the most embarrassing evenings in Arsenal history as they struck twice in two first-half minutes before Sead Kolasinac steadied the ship with a thumping...

Five Liverpool, Man Utd U-19s who stood out: Ben Woodburn, Tahith Chong

Woodburn's goal in Wednesday's win was another high point for Liverpool's top prospect.

IRKENHEAD, England -- Steven Gerrard's Liverpool Under-19s advanced to the quarterfinals of the UEFA Youth League after beating rivals Manchester United 2-0 on Wednesday.

Here are five players who caught the eye at Prenton Park in the round of 16 tie.

Ben Woodburn, MF/FW, Liverpool

Woodburn is probably Liverpool's most high-profile youngster after becoming the club's youngest goal scorer last season, although first-team minutes have been hard to come by in the current campaign. That means...

Man United escape Sevilla with 0-0 draw thanks to heroic De Gea

David de Gea ensured Manchester United will return to Old Trafford on level terms with these sensational saves against Sevilla.
David de Gea made two fantastic saves to end the first half and Manchester United held serve in the second to head back to Old Trafford with a 0-0 draw.
David de Gea made two fantastic saves to end the first half and Manchester United held serve in the second to head back to Old Trafford with a 0-0 draw.
David de Gea made two fantastic saves to end the first half and Manchester United held serve in the second to head back to Old Trafford with a 0-0 draw.
The FC crew are tempering their expectations following Man United's uninspiring performance in their UCL first leg against Sevilla.
Jose Mourinho preferred to praise Scott McTominay when asked about Paul Pogba, but then back-tracked and gave a mixed review on his performance against Sevilla.
Jose Mourinho wasn't too pleased with a reporter asking about Alexis Sanchez after Manchester United's draw against Sevilla.

SEVILLE, Spain -- Three points as Manchester United draw 0-0 with Sevilla in their Champions League round of 16 first leg.

1. Manchester United still alive in the Champions League

Jose Mourinho is experienced enough in this competition to know that Manchester United are still alive in the Champions League, but he will also know that his team are lucky to be heading home with the tie still all-square. The goalless draw in the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan is not a bad result, especially when it could...

Gerrard enjoying coaching challenges as Liverpool U-19s beat Man United

Steven Gerrard enjoyed getting one over on rival Man United as Liverpool's U-19 manager.

BIRKENHEAD, England -- Steven Gerrard is getting his first taste of the volatile world of management. The ups and downs are now beginning to arrive in the 37-year-old's coaching career, one that's barely 12 months old.

Entering 2018, Gerrard hadn't lost a competitive game in management but the former Liverpool and England captain headed into Liverpool Under-19's high-profile UEFA Youth League tie with Manchester United on Wednesday on the back of four consecutive losses. Yet a win over Liverpool's...

Morata's fitness, confidence issues have Chelsea searching for solutions

The FC boys break down all the talking points between Chelsea and Barcelona, including Conte's squad selections and Barcelona's underwhelming performance.
Lionel Messi scored his first goal against Chelsea in nine matches as Barcelona returned to the Camp Nou ahead on away goals.
After Chelsea's draw with Barcelona, Antonio Conte says the Blues were one errant pass away from a perfect performance against the Spanish giants.
Lionel Messi scored his first goal against Chelsea in nine matches as Barcelona return to the Camp Nou ahead on away goals.
Lionel Messi put an end to his Chelsea curse in his ninth meeting with the club, finally scoring against the Blues to bring Barcelona level at Stamford Bridge.

LONDON -- There were seven minutes left of Chelsea's Champions League round-of-16 first leg against Barcelona when Alvaro Morata trotted onto the pitch as a late replacement for Pedro.

Chelsea's £58 million club record signing did not do much of note during his brief cameo, but he was on the pitch at least, even if his fleeting appearances are becoming a theme for Antonio Conte's team.

Morata has had his injury problems in recent weeks, and he has also had to overcome the personal tragedy...