Premier League

Hodgson: Late goal a 'cruel blow'

Roy Hodgson thought that Harry Kane's late winner was cruel on his Crystal Palace team after Palace looked to have battled to a point.

Premier League

Lingard coolly headed United infront against Chelsea

Jesse Lingard has proved that he can perform on the big stage, heading home from six yards out to put Manchester United ahead at Old Trafford.

Amputee football sessions in Cambridge

Cambridge United have teamed up with the charity Steel Bones to offer football training to amputees.

Nasri given six month suspension

According to the 'Telegraph', Samir Nasri's lawyer has revealed that the player has been handed a six month sentence by UEFA, but has avoided a longer sentence - a punishment as long as four years had been mooted.

La Liga

Dembele finally shone in a Barca shirt

Ousmane Dembele finally showed Barcelona fans what they can expect from the 20-year-old forward, marking his stamp against Girona by assisting Luis Suarez for his hat-trick.

Serie A

Lazio not looking to sell Milinkovic-Savic

Lazio director Igli Tare said Sunday the Serie A club were not interested in selling Serbian midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic having turned down a 70 million euro ($86 million) bid last summer.

Capital One Cup

First trophy of the season at stake!

Join us for live updates of the Carabao Cup final between Arsenal and Manchester City at Wembley Stadium.

Serie A

Lazio rejected €70m Milinkovic-Savic bid

Lazio sporting director Igli Tare has warned Sergej Milinkovic-Savic's suitors that bids of €70million will not be enough to sign him.

Bundesliga

Tah extends contract with Bayer Leverkusen

Bayer Leverkusen have tied Jonathan Tah down to a deal that runs until 2023.

Championship

Zohore strikes late to earn Cardiff derby win

Kenneth Zohore scored his second winner in as many games as Cardiff City reaffirmed their grip on second by beating Bristol City.

Premier League

Dier lauds 'class act' Kane

Eric Dier was full of praise for Tottenham's Harry Kane following the striker's late winner in the Premier League clash at Crystal Palace.

Premier League

Lukaku finished off a sublime team move to equalise for United

Romelu Lukaku ended his drought of not scoring against top Premier League opposition by equalising for Manchester United against Chelsea.

Premier League

Dele Alli dives again

With 73 minutes gone of Tottenham's match away to Crystal Palace, Dele Alli found himself at the centre of attention again, and it was all his own doing as he threw himself to ground in an attempt to win a penalty.

Premier League

Willian powered past De Gea to open the scoring

Willian continued his fine recent form on Sunday as he powered Chelsea ahead against Manchester United.

Premier League

'Mousa Dembele is Tottenham's best player'

Speaking before Tottenham's Premier League fixture with Crystal Palace, former player Graeme Souness insisted that Spurs midfielder Mousa Dembele is the best player at the club.

Scottish Premiership

Lennons slams Scottish referees

Hibernian manager, Neil Lennon, has launched a scathing attack on the standard of refereeing in Scotland and a run of bad decisions given against his side. He reserved particular criticism for Kevin Clancy after the official sent him to the stands during Hibs' 2-2 draw with Kilmarnock.

Premier League

Mourinho and Conte's frosty handshake

Whilst the war of words between the pair is officially over, the animosity between Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte was clear for all to see pre-match on Sunday.

La Liga

'I'm here for the club, not because Marbella is nearby'

Brown Ideye was one of Malaga's January signings and, by far, the one that has peformed the best so far. The Nigerian spoke to 'AS' about the ins and outs of his move and his vision of the club.

Premier League

Kane punishes bare-bones Palace at the death

Harry Kane found a winner in the 89th minute of Sunday's clash between Crystal Palace and Tottenham, to see the home side off 0-1. 'Spurs' dominated throughout, but lacked quality in the final third against a resilient but injury-ridden Palace, who look to be in trouble.

Premier League

Lambert confident of Stoke's survival chances

Stoke head coach Paul Lambert is confident his side will win enough games to avoid relegation from the Premier League.

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