Manchester City and Liverpool's whirlwind 90 minutes at the Etihad yesterday means that the Premier League title race remains the same, with both sides racing to the end of the season desperate not to drop points that would see the other team grab a commanding lead. Besides the domestic action, we're back on the continent this week, with the manager's press conferences expected today ahead of Chelsea's game with Real Madrid, Man City's encounter with Atletico, and Liverpool looking to finish off their tie against Benfica.
Reports from Poland say that Robert Lewandowski is on his way to Barcelona on a three-year deal, although, it is not definitely a transfer that will take place this summer.
Should've had an assist as well...
Speaking to British magazine, GQ, Arsenal and England winger Bukayo Saka spoke about the player that blew him away when he played him, and it might not be who you expect.
Arsenal played Barcelona in a pre-season friendly and managed to leave the young star embarrassed after evading his press.
And rightly so after his incredible performances for Huddersfield in the Championship this season
David Moyes believes his West Ham side can possibly qualify for Europe once again but understands the challenges faced against them
He's put on his serious size.
This certainly catches the eye.
Former Man City & Liverpool midfielder Didi Hamman has weighed in on the debate between the Premier League's top two managers, believing Klopp to be better at getting the most out of his players.
Thats 9 wins from 10 games in the league for Xavi's men since January 23rd.
Chelsea are set to be without Romelu Lukaku on their return Champions League fixture, who has suffered a heel injury. Timo Werner may also miss out for tactical reasons instead of injury.
He's ruptured his medial collateral ligament and will miss up to 12 weeks.
Both helped themselves to a match ball each while Messi registered a hat-trick of assists for the NINTH time in his career.
In case you somehow missed yesterday's action, check it out here!