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 By Mina Rzouki
about an hour ago

Anxiety eases as Juventus' European road woes come to an end

Fernando Llorente helps Juventus get past Malmo as they look to advance to the round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League.

At long last, Juventus managed an away win in Europe, defeating Malmo 2-0 to increase their chances of qualifying for the Champions League knockout stages.

The Bianconeri certainly don't like making things easy for themselves. Despite the beauty of their domestic game in which they rotate the ball with exceptional elegance, creating an abundance of opportunities on goal, in Europe, Juventus fans are regularly subjected to terrible performances. Ungraceful, erroneous and imprecise, it belies belief...

2 hours ago

Arsenal after Everton's McCarthy, Ancelotti lets Reus interest slip

Carlo Ancelotti has reportedly let slip that Real Madrid could sign Borussia Dortmund's Marco Reus next summer.
James McCarthy, right, has turned up in the gossip pages for a possible move to Arsenal.

With just over a month to go until the transfer window opens, the chatter and gossip continues. Today's Transfer Talk awaits...

Gunners could move for McCarthy

With progress to the last-16 of the Champions League assured, Arsene Wenger can start to concentrate on placating the wolves at the door with a juicy defensive steak or two.

The Daily Mirror reports that the Gunners are chasing defensive cover in the transfer window to bolster a back line that has seen Nacho Monreal thrown in into the...

2 hours ago

Pabon the key for Monterrey while Lobos is vital for Toluca

Dorlan Pabon set up Lucas Silva's winner when Monterrey beat Atlas 2-1 in September.

After 17 weeks of league play, the 2014 Apertura playoffs are set to begin. Thursday sees Monterrey meet Atlas and Chiapas take on Toluca -- here are five things to watch for:

1. Dorlan Pabon

Of Monterrey's 23 goals scored during the regular season, 11 came from Pabon. Along with his goals, the striker also collected five assists as well, meaning that only seven of his side's goals came about without his help. Thus, a good performance from the Colombian striker will be vital in their match against...

 By Steven Kelly
3 hours ago

Frustrations grow as defensive frailties continue to cost Liverpool

Liverpool's Jordan Henderson and Rickie Lambert were pleased with their side's performance against Ludogorets, but were disappointed with the 2-2 draw.

A late equaliser for the home side was not important in any practical sense, as Liverpool will still need to beat Basel at Anfield in their final Group B game in order to progress to the Champions League knockout stages.

In terms of morale and the continuation of their quite awful defensive record throughout the calendar year, it merely added another layer to the frustration this seemingly unsolvable problem is causing.

It was a scrappy performance only slightly excused by a poor pitch and the...

3 hours ago

Toni Kroos and Isco drive Real Madrid past Basel

Cristiano Ronaldo scores his 71st career Champions League goal as Real Madrid continue march to back-to-back European titles.

It wasn't vintage Real Madrid, but the European champions did enough to make it five wins from five in the group stages, secure top spot and equal a club record 15 straight victories in all competitions as they came through a tricky test in Switzerland.

Cristiano Ronaldo netted the winner in the first half, his 26th of the season, to see off a well-organised Basel side at St Jakob Park and keep Carlo Ancelotti's winning machine in motion. Their current record-equalling run started against the Swiss...

3 hours ago

Arsenal benefit from a more complete team performance to see off Dortmund

Yaya Sanogo scored an early goal and Alexis Sanchez added another in the second half as the Gunners cruised to a 2-nil win over Borussia Dortmund.

Arsenal secured qualification for the knockout stages of the Champions League with a much improved performance vs. Borussia Dortmund.

The game featured a first Arsenal goal for the much-maligned Yaya Sanogo, who took just 72 seconds to open the scoring. It was a nice moment for a young man who was once again asked to do an important job by Arsene Wenger in a must-win game for the Gunners.

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After the defeats to Swansea and Manchester United, it was interesting to see a much more cautious Arsenal after...