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Champions League

First-leg semi final between Madrid, Chelsea ends in draw

Both teams will now lock horns on May 5 in the second-leg semifinal, and whoever wins that clash will progress to the finals of the tournament.

Leno error gives Everton first Premier League win vs Arsenal

In a low-key Premier League encounter, the result was settled by a mistake from goalkeeper Leno when he allowed Richarlison's cross through his legs and diverted it into the net, DPA reported.

New UCL format ‘just lesser of two evils’ in comparison to SL: Gundogan

The European Super League's announcement on Sunday, made by 12 founding clubs including Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur, was met with widespread criticism.

Tottenham fire manager Jose Mourinho

Mourinho was hired in November 2019 to replace Mauricio Pochettino, who unexpectedly led the London club to the Champions League final before the team collapsed the following season

Champions League: Mount, Chilwell help Chelsea defeat Porto

Chelsea defeated Porto 2-0 in the first-leg, and now Porto would be required to win by at least three goals margin in the second leg, in order to qualify for the semifinals.

Kylian Mbappe shines as PSG defeat Bayern in five-goal thriller

Bayern defeated PSG 3-2 on Thursday to gain an advantage in the quarterfinal of the Champions League.

Bayern Munich advance to quarter-finals with win over Lazio

They had previously been level with Barcelona on 18. In the first-leg match, Bayern Munich had thrashed Lazio 4-1.

Champions league: Real advance to quarterfinals

Captain Sergio Ramos and Marco Asensio sealed Madrid's victory by scoring a goal each in the second half.

Real Madrid beats Atalanta to return to CL quarterfinals

Madrid had reached the semifinals or better in eight straight seasons between 2010-11 and 2017-18 before losing to Ajax in the last 16 in 2019 and to Manchester City last season.

Messi should not have doubts about this Barcelona team: coach Koeman

Messi missed the penalty against Paris Saint-Germain as the LaLiga giants played out a 1-1 draw in the Champions League second-leg clash of the round-of-16 fixture on Wednesday (local time).

Barcelona crash out after playing 1-1 draw against PSG

French striker Kylian Mbappe opened the scoring as he converted the penalty in the 30th minute of the game. The lead did not last long as Messi's 37th-minute strike squared-off things for the visitors at Parc des Princes.

Juventus knocked out of Champions League by 10-man Porto

Porto, which played most of the second leg at a numerical disadvantage after Mehdi Taremi's sending off, advanced on away goals after the matchup ended 4-4 on aggregate.

Chelsea retains 4th in EPL with home win over Everton

Kai Havertz was unlucky not to be credited with Chelsea's first goal, with Ben Godfrey's deflection eventually confirmed as an own goal.

Champions League: Real Madrid struggle past Atalanta

Madrid entered the game as the big favorite despite a slew of injuries, and Atalanta's chances diminished further when midfielder Remo Freuler was sent off.

Champions League: Teen Musiala is Bayern’s youngest goal scorer

Musiala also became the second-youngest player to score in the knockout stage of the competition when he netted Bayern's second goal.

Barcelona held in Messi’s 506th league game

Lionel Messi appeared to put Barcelona on its way to an easy win in his club record 506th league appearance in Spain.

Kylian Mbappe hat-trick hands PSG 4-1 win over Barcelona

PSG striker Kylian Mbappe helped his side's supporters forget the absence of Neymar and Angel Di Maria with a hat-trick that left Barca needing to score four goals in the return leg to highlight the club's recent decline.

Salah, Mane help Liverpool beat errant Leipzig 2-0

The match, which was Liverpool's away leg, was played at Puskas Arena in Budapest, Hungary due to Covid-19 restrictions in Germany.

Injured Neymar ruled out for 4 weeks, to miss PSG vs Barca clash

"After analysis of clinical exams and scans, it is expected that he'll be out for around four weeks depending on the evolution of the injury," the capital club said in a statement on Thursday.

Lionel Messi rescues Barcelona against Levante

Messi's late goal secured a hard-fought 1-0 home victory over Levante on Sunday to end a two-game losing skid for Barcelona.

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