Typical. You wait 122 years for a European night, and then it’s as silly as that. Classic Europa. Vintage Hankook. Brighton baffled.
Every Premier League club’s biggest derby victory this century, with Balotelli’s 6-1 the most resounding
Here is a record of all 20 Premier League clubs’ records in the three major European competitions (Champions League, Europa League, Conference League).
Liverpool weren’t entirely convincing in beating LASK with a second-string side in their Europa League opener, but another win from behind is in the books
Matchday five in the Premier League is spread nicely over the weekend and we are once again taking on Robbie Savage in predicting all ten scorelines…
Seventeen English teams have competed in the European Cup or Champions League. Only six of those have won the thing. Which leaves these 11 complete losers.
£600m buys you a 12th-placed Premier League finish and a further £400m currently has Boehly’s Chelsea languishing in 14th. We’ve ranked the terrible signings.
A really quite startling number of key Barclays characters have names beginning with K. Not a letter you’d expect to be so important, is it?
We’re five games into the Premier League season so absolutely time for a first XI of the season, and Spurs are smashing it.
Kylian Mbappe has scored eight goals for Paris Saint-Germain already this season and is within three of Erling Haaland’s ludicrous calendar year total.
Kai Havertz was very meh, then very good, to provide the strongest evidence yet that Mikel Arteta is putting a square peg in a round hole. Oh, and Arsenal were ...
This time the Manchester United f***-up spinning bottle stopped opposite Andre Onana; this crisis has its own force-field and cannot be resisted.
Christophe Galtier, Philippe Clement and Oliver Glasner are among those managers on the shelf this summer, but Antonio Conte still tops the lot.
Three of the four youngest teams went down last season so it probably does not pay to be too young, though Burnley are looking to buck that trend…
Forget the league table, it’s all about the Premier League net spend table. And Chelsea, Man Utd and Arsenal are ahead of the other 17 after the summer transfer window…
United are in disarray. There is nothing like a trip to Bayern to sort yourself out! Featuring three Red Devils players, here is our combined XI.
There is no doubt that Arsenal are the biggest club to have never won the Champions League trophy. But they have a chance again.
Manchester United have played Bayern Munich 11 times before and the Germans very much have the upper hand between the behemoths.
Manchester City proved against Red Star Belgrade that they have one or two frailties before they showed onlookers why they are expected to retain the Champions League.
Kylian Mbappe has drawn level with Sergio Aguero for Champions League goals in 17 fewer games. Only 17 players have scored more often in the competition.
We are now down to the dregs of footballers available on a free with the season well underway. Anybody desperate?
Chelsea are getting almost no attention for spending a billion quid yet being rubbish. They can thank their own boringness and Man United for that.
Was Mikel Arteta doing Aaron Ramsdale a favour by floating his goalkeeper substitution theory? It should stay a theory because goalkeepers are different.
The Erling Haaland goal drought is finally over and Manchester City’s machine is already threatening to break yet more records in his second season.
With the Premier League campaign well underway, we have some big statistics for you to indulge in. We have the leaders across 17 metrics.
Manchester United are currently 10 places below where they ended last season. Could they join this merry crew of co*k-ups?
Here are the top 10 players owned by their xG through the opening weeks of the Premier League season. Chelsea and Man Utd both have two entries.
Despite denying the Glasgow side a second European Cup victory in 1970 in Milan, Feyenoord and Celtic are kindred spirits.
Eddie Howe has an obvious Newcastle example to follow but it might be an idea to make sure he clears that low bar set by Gary Neville and Scott Parker ...
Back in the Champions League, Manchester United need a big result at Bayern Munich to avoid their crisis deepening, while Newcastle and Brighton relish their big nights in Europe…
It’s early in the season but these lads are showing no signs of rust in front of goal. Erling Haaland is actually underperforming on his xG!