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  • Inter hold Juventus

    Unbeaten Inter Milan maintained their lead at the top of Serie A after a hard-fought goalless draw at arch-rivals Juventus on Saturday.

  • Giroud resuces Gunners

    Olivier Giroud's last-gasp header salvaged a point for Arsenal in a 1-1 draw at Southampton on Sunday as Arsene Wenger's side avoided a second successive Premier League defeat.

  • Napoli miss out on top spot

    Napoli missed out on the chance to reclaim top spot in Serie A after drawing 0-0 with Fiorentina on Sunday.

  • City go 11 points clear

    Manchester City took a giant step towards the title as the leaders beat Manchester United 2-1 to clinch a record-equalling 14th

  • Teddy here for his son

    Former England international and Manchester United star Teddy Sheringham had a glittering career, but his son Charlie is barely

  • MSC end Saif streak

    Saif SC's unbeaten run in the Bangladesh Premier League came to an end after 14 matches as they suffered a massive 3-0 defeat to Mohammedan SC in a crucial encounter at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday.

  • Teddy Sherringham

    Teddy Sheringham in Dhaka

    Former England international and Manchester United star, Teddy Sheringham is in Dhaka to watch his son Charlie Sheringham play for Saif SC.

  • Pep Guardiola

    Guardiola reveals his time of doubts over tactics

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola's commitment to possession football is well established but ahead of Sunday's derby clash with Manchester United, the former Barcelona coach reveals he had once doubted his philosophy - but only for 48 hours.

  • Kylian MBappe

    PSG sink managerless Lille sans Neymar

    Runaway leaders Paris Saint-Germain shake off the absence of the suspended Neymarto end their recent wobble with a 3-1 win over managerless Lille in Ligue 1.

  • Man Utd, Man City face clash of ice and fire

    Manchester United and Manchester City will have to contend with snow and sub-zero temperatures -- as well as each other -- in Sunday's Premier League title showdown at Old Trafford.

  • Brazil forward Neymar

    ‘Come to Madrid and you'll win Ballon d'Or’

    Real Madrid president Florentino Perez opens the door for Neymar to join the European champions by declaring it would help further the forward's individual ambitions.

  • Gunners aiming to rebound

    Arsenal demonstrated their powers of recovery midweek but Arsene Wenger knows a greater test lies ahead when they return to Premier League action at Southampton on Sunday.

  • Zenga takes over at Crotone

    Italy's former international goalkeeper Walter Zenga has been appointed coach of Serie A strugglers Crotone.

  • No decision on MSC yet

    The executive committee of the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) failed to take any concrete decision to implement FIFA's instruction

  • Emeka lifts Abahani to top

    Emeka Darlington scored a third-minute goal as defending Champions Abahani beat Sheikh Russel KC 1-0 at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday to go joint top of the Bangladesh Premier League table alongside league leaders Chittagong Abahani.

  • Conte throws in the towel

    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte declared his side's Premier League title defence over after Marko Arnautovic's goal condemned the champions to a 1-0 defeat at West Ham United on Saturday.

  • Less than half of what was promised

    Exactly one year ago on this day the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) unveiled its four-year calendar, terming it football's

  • Revitalized Real thrash Sevilla

    Real Madrid sent a warning to Barcelona just two weeks ahead of El Clasico by storming back into form as Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice

  • MU eye City derby scalp

    Pep Guardiola's Manchester City travel to Old Trafford for the toughest test of their Premier League title credentials so far, while new Everton boss Sam Allardyce bids to defy Liverpool's "Fab Four" as the northwest derbies take centre stage on Sunday.

  • Arsenal destroy BATE

    Jack Wilshere starred as Arsenal romped to a 6-0 thrashing of BATE Borisov at a half-empty Emirates Stadium in their final Europa League group game on Thursday, while Marseille booked their place in the last 32.

  • Juventus trip title test for unbeaten Inter

    After expertly dealing with flamboyant Napoli last Friday and securing a spot in the Champions League last 16, Juventus can make it a perfect week by denting Serie A leaders Inter Milan's title credentials.

  • Where will the Manchester derby be won?

    Old Trafford will be at the centre of the football universe on Sunday when Manchester United face Manchester City in a crucial top-of-the-table Premier League clash.

  • Cristiano Ronaldo

    'I hope that the battle with Messi continues'

    Cristiano Ronaldo hopes to continue his battle with rival Lionel Messi after equalling the Argentine genius with five Ballon d'ors.

  • Kylian Mbappe

    Pressure on PSG after back-to-back defeats

    Paris Saint-Germain are set to be without Neymar as they look to end their worst week of the season with a win at home to managerless strugglers Lille in Ligue.

  • BFF seeks FIFA favour for MSC

    After the failure of Mohammedan's plea to pay the fees of coach Emeka Ezeugo in three instalments was rejected by FIFA, the Professional Football League Committee (PFLC) of the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) yesterday said that they will use 'personal

  • MU block Man City film crew

    Manchester United have refused Manchester City's request to bring their own camera crew into the away dressing room at Old Trafford for Sunday's blockbuster Premier League clash, reports said Thursday.

  • Saif SC finally get a win

    Newcomers Saif Sporting Club returned to winning ways in the Bangladesh Premier League with a 2-0 victory over Muktijoddha Sangsad at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday.

  • Coutinho refuses to rule out Jan move

    Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho has refused to commit his future to the Premier League club, saying he does not know whether he will be the subject of a transfer bid in January.

  • CR7 sets another record

    Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player to ever score in all six Champions League group games in one season as Real Madrid edged out a dispirited Borussia Dortmund 3-2 on Wednesday.

  • Ronaldo makes it 5

    For much of Cristiano Ronaldo's career he has been in direct competition with Barcelona talisman Lionel Messi, both for club and

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