Sydney FC
Shandong Luneng Taishan
10:00 AM UTC May 25, 2016
Leg 2Aggregate: 1 - 1
Game Details
Pumas UNAM
Independiente del Valle
12:45 AM UTC May 25, 2016
Leg 2Aggregate: 1 - 2
Game Details
3:00 PM UTC May 25, 2016
Game Details
Congo DR
6:00 PM UTC May 25, 2016
Game Details
United States
12:00 AM UTC May 26, 2016
Game Details
Orlando City SC
Philadelphia Union
11:30 PM UTC May 25, 2016
Game Details

Euro 2016 full squad lists

Euro 2016

Trending: United set to appoint Mourinho


Ginola improving after heart surgery


John Terry's Five Guys' debut

The Toe Poke

Barcelona to allow Sandro to leave


Saints, Hammers pull clear

Southampton and West Ham tightened their grip on the automatic promotion places in the Championship with wins away to Nottingham Forest and Portsmouth respectively. Their nearest challengers dropped points: Cardiff were held at Doncaster and Middlesbrough surprisingly suffered defeat at home to Burnley.

Leaders Southampton stayed top on goal difference with a comprehensive 3-0 triumph against Nottingham Forest at the City Ground. Striker David Connolly did little to ingratiate himself to the home fans: he was the man caught in the face by an arm from Luke Chambers, who saw red, then he got on the scoresheet himself. The Saints' other strikes came from Guly do Prado and Morgan Schneiderlin.

Second-placed West Ham edged out ten-man Portsmouth 1-0 in a tense affair at Fratton Park. Mark Noble scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot following a foul on Winston Reid, while David Norris was sent off for the hosts.

There was disappointment for Cardiff as they were frustrated in a 0-0 draw at Doncaster, while goals from Kieran Trippier and Jay Rodriguez of Burnley put Middlesbrough to the sword. Boro's 2-0 defeat meant they suffered back-to-back league defeats for the first time since February.

Birmingham recorded their first away triumph in eight attempts with some style, battering Millwall 6-0. Chris Hughton's side led 1-0 through Curtis Davies' strike when Shane Lowry was sent off for an altercation with Nikola Zigic. After that, the goals rained down, with Marlon King (two), Adam Rooney and Nathan Redmond on the scoresheet.

Ipswich threw away a two-goal lead in their 2-2 draw against Blackpool at Portman Road. The Tractor Boys, who had lost 11 of their last 14 heading into the match, looked on course for a much-needed win when a Martinez Angel own goal and Tommy Smith strike put them two-up - but Elliot Grandin and Kevin Phillips notched to heap further woe on Ipswich boss Paul Jewell.

Crystal Palace followed up their midweek Carling Cup heroics with a frustrating 1-1 draw at home to Leeds. Palace, who had Sean Scannell sent off, took the lead through Chris Martin early on, only to be pegged back by Robert Snodgrass' equaliser.

Nicky Barmby's first game as permanent Hull boss was one to savour, as the Tigers defeated Peterborough 1-0 through Robert Koren's goal.

Barnsley striker Andy Gray grabbed a brace - one either side of Lloyd Dyer's goal - as the Tykes triumphed 2-1 away to Leicester.

Inigo Calderon and Will Buckley were on target as Brighton got the better of Bristol City with a 2-0 success.

Callum Ball scored the only goal of the game as Derby beat basement club Coventry 1-0.


Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, photo & other personal information you make public on Facebook will appear with your comment, and may be used on ESPN's media platforms. Learn more.