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  • Casemiro unlikely hero

    Casemiro was Real Madrid's unlikely hero as he hit the winner to open up a five-point lead on Barcelona at the top of La Liga with a 2-1 win at Athletic Bilbao on Saturday.

  • Rostov's ground shut

    Russia's Premier League has closed Rostov's stadium because of the poor condition of the pitch, a week after Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho slammed the surface as unplayable.

  • Dybala fires Juventus

    A first-half penalty from Paulo Dybala helped fire Juventus into the Champions League quarterfinals on Tuesday after a 1-0 win sent the Serie A champions through 3-0 on aggregate.

  • Satkhira clinch 11-goal thriller

    Satkhira notched up a thrilling 6-5 win over Khulna in the U-18 National Football Championship in Gopalganj yesterday.

  • Monaco turn to Falcao to knock City out

    Monaco owe most of their recent success to their young guns, but when they face Manchester City looking to overturn a two-goal deficit in their Champions League last-16 tie on Wednesday, they will turn to a more experienced player in Radamel Falcao.

  • I'm still Chelsea's number one, says beaten Mourinho

    Manchester United's Jose Mourinho, humbled for the second time this season in front of the Chelsea fans who once idolised him, did not go quietly on Monday as he declared that he remains the London club's number one manager.

  • Chelsea beat Mourinho's 10-man United to reach Cup semis

    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte got the upper hand on Jose Mourinho for the second time this season as his double-chasing side beat 10-man Manchester United 1-0 at Stamford Bridge to reach the FA Cup semi-finals on Monday.

  • Enrique blames Barca defeat on European exploits

    Coach Luis Enrique blamed Barcelona's shock 2-1 La Liga defeat at lowly Deportivo La Coruna on the exertions of their sensational midweek 6-1 Champions League win over Paris St Germain.

  • ‘No European football has helped Conte's Chelsea’

    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has enjoyed a "position of privilege" by not having to deal with both European and domestic campaigns in his first season in England, Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has said.

  • Barcelona suffer major setback

    Barcelona suffered a hangover from their remarkable Champions League comeback against Paris Saint-Germain as Alex Bergantinos's winner 16 minutes from time handed Deportivo la Coruna a famous 2-1 win on Sunday.

  • U-18 national football

    Rubel slammed four goals to power Gazipur to an emphatic 5-1 win over Jamalpur in the U-18 National Football Championship at Netrokona yesterday.

  • Wenger under siege as Lincoln chase FA Cup's greatest shock

    Just when Arsene Wenger thought life couldn't get any more stressful, the Arsenal manager finds himself on a hiding to nothing as minnows Lincoln eye more FA Cup history in Saturday's quarter-finals.

  • United earn draw at Rostov

    Europa League favourites Manchester United secured a 1-1 draw on a threadbare pitch at Rostov, while Olympique Lyonnais beat AS Roma 4-2 helped by a fine individual goal from Nabil Fekir in their last 16, first leg ties on Thursday.

  • PSG supporter hurt in Motta car incident

    After the humiliation of letting in six goals against Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain defender Thiago Motta's night went from bad to worse after he hit a supporter with his sportscar after flying back home early Thursday.

  • Barca comeback will never be forgotten

    Barcelona's amazing 6-1 victory over Paris St Germain on Wednesday that sent them through to the Champions League quarter-finals will forever stay in the memories of supporters, coach Luis Enrique said.

  • Bayern run riot again to crush dispirited Arsenal

    For an hour Arsenal were at least salvaging some pride against Bayern Munich, then the ceiling came crashing down as they exited the Champions League last 16 on Tuesday with a matching pair of 5-1 defeats against the merciless Bundesliga giants.

  • Oman defeat hurts Bangladesh hopes

    Bangladesh's primary target of reaching the semifinals of the Hockey World League Round-2 received a big blow when the hosts surrendered the lead twice to suffer a 2-3 defeat against Oman in their last match of Pool A at the Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • Chelsea ease past West Ham

    Chelsea brushed aside London rivals West Ham United with a 2-1 away win that restored their 10-point lead at the top of the Premier League on Monday.

  • Arsenal facing mission impossible against Bayern

    Arsenal will have to produce the biggest second leg comeback in a Champions League knockout tie to avoid a seventh successive exit at the last 16 stage when they host Bayern Munich on Tuesday.

  • Wenger puts more pressure on himself with Sanchez decision

    Arsene Wenger reckoned that leaving his leading marksman Alexis Sanchez on the substitutes bench had been a "debatable" decision but it was one that appeared to backfire on the Arsenal manager in the 3-1 defeat at Liverpool on Saturday.

  • Liverpool crush Arsenal

    Liverpool put their recent troubles behind them, showing touches of their best early-season vibrancy to overcame Arsenal 3-1 at a jubilant Anfield and leapfrog the Gunners into third place in the Premier League on Saturday.

  • Barca target PSG ‘miracle’ after Messi-inspired rout

    Ivan Rakitic believes "a miracle" is possible when Barcelona attempt to overturn a 4-0 first leg deficit against Paris Saint-Germain in their Champions League last 16 tie on Wednesday.

  • Comfit outplay Interstoff

    Comfit Composite Knit Ltd thrashed Interstoff Group 9-0, thanks to a four-goal haul from Piyash, in one of the two matches of the BGMEA Cup yesterday, said a press release from the organisation.

  • Trouble for Ibra as United held

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic was at the centre of controversy as Manchester United were held 1-1 by 10-man Bournemouth in an extraordinary Premier League match at Old Trafford on Saturday.

  • Bayern extend lead to 7 points

    Franck Ribery came off the bench to seal Bayern Munich's 3-0 win at Cologne on Saturday, extending their Bundesliga lead to seven points.

  • FIFA chief ‘confident’ of video officials at WC

    Video assistance for referees could be a reality at next year's World Cup finals despite teething problems when they were tested at the Club World Cup, FIFA President Gianni Infantino said on Friday.

  • Clear CT scan allays fears over Atletico's Torres

    Spanish football breathed a sigh of relief after a CT scan on Fernando Torres revealed the Atletico Madrid striker suffered no traumatic brain injuries in a sickening on-field clash on Thursday.

  • Messi

    WC fans will need special identity cards for matches

    Fans at next year's World Cup and this year's Confederations Cup in Russia will need special identity cards before they can watch matches, soccer's governing body said Thursday.

  • Dybala fires Juve

    Paolo Dybala's second-half penalty double put holders Juventus in control with a 3-1 win over Napoli in the first leg of their Italian Cup semifinal on Tuesday.

  • Napoli fuming after Juve awarded two penalties in 3-1 win

    Napoli were left fuming after Juventus were awarded two penalties early in the second half on their way to a 3-1 win in the first leg of their Italian Cup semi-final on Tuesday.

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