The first legs of the quarterfinals in the Copa Libertadores, South America's Champions League, all ended in single goal victories. But there is no doubt as to who was the big winner of the week.
There were 1-0 wins for Emelec of Ecuador over Tigres of Mexico, Santa Fe of Colombia over Internacional of Brazil and for Guarani of Paraguay over Racing of Argentina. But Brazilian side Cruzeiro's 1-0 win over River Plate of Argentina has much more value. Cruzeiro were the away side. All the others were...
Manchester United travel to face Hull City for the final game of the Premier League season in a match which sees sizeable prizes just out of the hands of both teams.
United and Hull need results elsewhere to go their way and in United's case at least it is highly unlikely that they will. Their 1-1 draw against Arsenal at Old Trafford means they must win by a huge margin and Arsenal must lose for them to qualify automatically for the group stages of the Champions League.
Premier League Spotlight previews the weekend's top-flight fixtures, highlighting the key points to keep an eye on as the action unfolds.
Arsenal vs. West Brom
Aston Villa vs. Burnley
Chelsea vs. Sunderland
Crystal Palace vs. Swansea
Everton vs. Tottenham
Hull vs. Man Utd
Leicester vs. QPR
Man City vs. Southampton
Newcastle vs. West Ham
Stoke vs. Liverpool
Relegation from the Premier League is not the worst thing ever. Really, it isn't. Sure, it stings and forces an adult's eyes to leak, but then after unburying your red face from the safety of your scarf you realise you're headed for arguably a better, purer place. The Championship is a very...
Sunday proved humbling for Manchester City's most expensive new player. At Swansea, Eliaquim Mangala put in a defensive display to suggest why City have not been too keen to publicly reveal how much the Frenchman actually cost.
Meanwhile, Angel Di Maria, a confirmed £59.7 million signing, could only watch from the Old Trafford bench as Manchester United drew 1-1 with Arsenal.
David De Gea's 73rd-minute injury and the need to bring on Victor Valdes as a goalkeeping replacement left United...
TORREON, Mexico -- There was a small dust storm and some thunder and lightning in the air, but no goals on Thursday as Santos Laguna tied 0-0 with Chivas in the Liga MX Clausura 2015 semifinal first leg.
Santos Laguna had the better of the play and chances, but the result leaves everything to play for on Sunday in Guadalajara in the Estadio Omnilife, especially with away goals counting.