When Liverpool and Manchester United clash at Anfield on Sunday, one of the Premier League's most explosive rivalries will carry an extra edge rarely seen in past meetings despite their trophy-laden histories.
Liverpool and Manchester United face off on Sunday as the Premier League's top two teams for the first time since 1997 -- with the rivalry between England's most successful clubs rekindled by a fascinating title race.
Embattled Bayern Munich face the Bundesliga's longest-serving current coach on Sunday in Christian Streich, the unorthodox trainer who has made buoyant Freiburg a force to be reckoned with, especially in recent weeks.
Iranian international Mehdi Taremi salvaged a point for defending champions Porto in a 1-1 draw with long-time rivals Benfica on Friday.
Alex Ferguson admits Liverpool's "phenomenal" dominance makes him relieved he retired before Manchester United's bitter rivals hit top form.
Marco Tardelli, former player and coach of Inter Milan, referred to the situation of Christian Eriksen in an interview with 'La Gazzetta dello Sport'. He said that although the midfielder may not have been given as many opportunities as others, he too is partly to blame for his current situation.
Pep Guardiola discusses how difficult every game in the Premier League season is and how upcoming opponents Crystal Palace will be no different.