Welcome to The Sportsman's live football blog where we'll bring you all the latest action from the world of football with live updates, fun facts and bits of trivia along the way. Tonight we'll see Manchester City face a determined Real Madrid in the second leg of their UEFA Champions League semi-final with City ahead 4-3 on aggregate. Liverpool avoided being sunk by the Yellow Submarine in Spain as they emerged 3-2 winners on the night (5-2 on aggregate). Elsewhere, Bournemouth beat fellow promotion hopefuls Nottingham Forest to secure their Premier League status next season. Fingers crossed for a cracking night of football. Stay with us, you won't want to miss it.
Real Madrid will meet Liverpool in the Champions League final this season, after the most incredible comeback at the death.
Real Madrid have the lead through Karim Benzema's penalty, given away unfortunately by Ruben Dias.
ABSOLUTE PANDEMONIUM AT THE BERNABEU!
Rodrygo scores two quickfire goals and Real Madrid are back level!
Frank Lampard has been charged by the FA for his comments after the Merseyside Derby.
Man Utd's Jesse Lingard is reportedly resigned to his departure from Old Trafford, with him not being interested in any talks with new manager Erik ten Hag.
Mo Salah is reportedly hoping for Real Madrid rather than Man City in France...
It is being reported that should they be relegated, the Clarets will need to pay back a large proportion of a £65 million loan.
Watford boss Roy Hodgson has confirmed he will leave the club at the end of the season and doesn't expect to take another managerial job in the Premier League.
Both Adama Traore and Trincao will not be staying at Barcelona and Wolves respectively, with the pair set to return to their parent clubs at the end of the season.
As of today, there are chances for Adama to come back at Wolves and then leave again.
They ought to be signing those papers ASAP!
“Kulusevski has been phenomenal at Spurs. I think he plays like a man beyond his years, cultured and calm. If they don’t sign him [permanently] they’re crazy.” - Rio
After the success of Erling Haaland you can see why Dortmund are eager to sign another RB Salzburg striker.
A week has passed since Manchester City beat Real Madrid 4-3 in one of the most entertaining Champions League semi-final first legs we’ve ever seen. Who will come out on top tonight?
He already has two trophies to his name. Could he make it five? Including the Premier League in that obviously...
Do you agree with our selections and which ones would you change?
His dad suffered a cardiac arrest before the game yesterday but thankfully he's alright!
Liverpool booked their place in a third Champions League final in five years after a spectacular second-half performance saw them come from behind to beat Villarreal 3-2 (agg: 5-2).