The UEFA Champions League knockout phase is getting underway, and the draw is more than promising. Top European clubs such as Liverpool, Real Madrid, PSG and others are firing on all cylinders, both in their home country championships and Europe; hoping to win the crown jewel of the season — the “big ears” trophy.
Anthony Martial needs to be a little stronger, according to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but he says there is no denying his "quality".
Despite insisting he is happy at Manchester City, Raheem Sterling did not hide his admiration for Real Madrid.
Paris Saint-Germain were defeated by Borussia Dortmund in the first leg of the Champions League Round of 16, a defeat that did not prevent Icardi, Cavani and Di Maria from celebrating their birthdays in style just 48 hours later. The PSG players have been heavily criticised on social media.
A young Manchester United fan who made a bid to stop Liverpool winning the title has been left shocked after Jurgen Klopp sent him a personal reply.
All eyes will be on Stamford Bridge and the Emirates Stadium in the Premier League this weekend as the battle to qualify for next season's Champions League heats up, while runaway leaders Liverpool can take another step towards the title.
Tottenham striker Lucas Moura has not given up hope of advancing in the Champions League, despite Spurs losing key men to injury.
Three Arsenal players played through the pain against Olympiacos in Thursday's 1-0 Europa League win, according to Mikel Arteta.
Bukayo Saka is enjoying an impressive rise to prominence and he was effective again on Thursday, pleasing Bernd Leno and Mikel Arteta.
Ryan Babel was unhappy with the theatrics of Getafe's players, but Erik ten Hag felt the Ajax winger should have kept his cool.