Previous
Barcelona
Paris Saint-Germain
2
0
LIVE 77'
Leg 2Aggregate: 5 - 1
Game Details
Bayern Munich
FC Porto
5
1
LIVE 76'
Leg 2Aggregate: 6 - 4
Game Details
Blackburn Rovers
Millwall
0
0
LIVE 75'
Game Details
Cruzeiro
Universitario de Sucre
11:30 PM GMT
Game Details
Mineros
Huracán
11:30 PM GMT
Game Details
Next

Blog - The Toe Poke

 By Chris Wright

Manchester rivals put differences aside for night on the town

Several members of both Manchester City and Manchester United's Argentina/Spain contingent defied the interclub blockade to go out for a pleasant meal in one another's company on Sunday evening.

Along with their significant others, United's Marcos Rojo, Angel Di Maria and Victor Valdes, and City's Martin Demichelis, Pablo Zabaleta and Willy Caballero tucked themselves into their glad rags and headed into Manchester together for a bite to eat.

So much hideous denim in these photos. So much.

 By Chris Wright

Doncaster produce hilarious 14-second 'highlight' video after dismal 0-0 draw

While we didn't actually see the game ourselves, we think it's fair to assume that Doncaster Rovers' 0-0 draw with Fleetwood in League One on Saturday afternoon probably isn't going to go down as one for the ages.

Indeed, the largely featureless game finished goalless after 94 minutes of miscellaneous huffing and puffing, with more corners registered than shots on target by the time the full-time whistle shrilled around the Keepmoat Stadium.

In short, it was one of "those" matches.

Your heart, in...

Mourinho panicked by Fellaini mistaken identity at team hotel

Chelsea have one hand on the Premier League title after Eden Hazard fired them to a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea edge closer to the Premier League title with a 1-0 victory over Manchester United.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he's pleased that his side dominated the match despite their loss against Chelsea.
Former Chelsea man Craig Burley breaks down how Jose Mourinho was content to sit back and let United play while still picking up all three points.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Eden Hazard (54') Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

With his signature hair and eyebrows combo, you could be forgiven that Manchester United's big-lump-in-chief Marouane Fellaini has cultivated something of a unique look over the years.

However, it just so happens that the United midfielder's brother, Mansour, is the absolute spitting image of his twin sibling -- a genetic quirk that led to mass confusion in the Chelsea camp just a few short hours before Saturday's Premier League clash between the two sides.

With Manchester United arriving on the...

 By Chris Wright

Liverpool remove Mario Balotelli from POTY poll, then put him back

Balotelli
Mario Balotelli has not exactly shone in a Liverpool shirt this season, but did he deserve this?

You may remember just a few days back when we brought you news that Mario Balotelli was in with a genuine chance of winning Liverpool's Player of the Year award thanks to a campaign led by mischievous Manchester United fans to sabotage the official interactive poll on the Reds' website.

Faced with the very real possibility of having a shot-shy striker, who has managed just a few goals in a decidedly underwhelming debut season at Anfield, running away with their Player of the Year award, Liverpool...

 By Chris Wright

Jordanian keeper scores bizarre 'overhead kick' own-goal

Sunday afternoon saw bitter rivals Al-Faisaly and Al-Wihdat contest the Amman derby over in the Jordanian Premier League, with the latter recording a resounding 3-0 victory to further secure their place at the summit of the table.

However, Al-Wihdat can't take 100 percent of the credit for their resounding win, with Al Faisaly keeper Mohammad Shatnawi doing his bit and pitching in to notch his opponents' second goal of the game in utterly bizarre circumstances.

Having made a perfectly decent...

Sunderland fly banner over Newcastle during their league game vs. Spurs

We never thought we'd say this, but spare a thought for poor Newcastle United.

The club prepared for Sunday's Premier League game at home to Tottenham with a successful fan protest aimed at club owner Mike Ashley. The protest (can see a bit of it here on video) dovetailed with news that it would be their worst home attendance of the season, and then, midway through the first half, came the ultimate ignominy: a banner from their biggest rivals gloating over the current record in the Tyne-Wear Derby.

There was a Sunderland banner flying overhead at the Newcastle vs. Tottenham match reading "5 in a row Sunderland" reminding Newcastle who's won the last 5 derbys.

The...