City are the first team to win both Champions League legs v Real since 2009. They're finally ready.
Pep Guardiola "dreams" of a third Champions League, and a first outside Barcelona. Is this his year?
It seemed like the sort of situation that would suit Brentford. Yet Fulham found those marginal gains.
As Brentford and York City wave goodbye to historic home venues, football's soul is going along with them.
Newcastle fans thought Mike Ashley would finally be gone. The latest takeover collapse could break them.
The last member of the 'Magnificent' seven at Spurs may be on his way. Opponents can breathe a sigh of relief.
Hojbjerg played a key role in Southampton's rejuvenation, yet his departure should cause no panic.
Lampard may have "bitten your hand off" to be in this position, but are Chelsea getting any better?
The 'careful what you wish for' brigade were out again after another Brighton draw...
Man Utd retain control of their fate. At this stage of the season that is all that matters. But they look knackered.
He's played 58 times for club and country this season, more than any other player in Europe. He's 34 in September...
De Gea will and, indeed, already has shouldered the blame for United's defeat. Lindelof is a lucky boy.
Will Liverpool's extraordinary season eventually look ordinary on paper? It really should not.
Vardy hit the post, created five chances from six passes and grabbed an assist in 28 minutes. Well alright.
Toby Alderweireld 2020 might not be Toby Alderweireld 2016 but he is still better than any Eric Dier.
It's clear why comparisons are being drawn. But just how similar are Pulisic and Hazard?
Southampton didn't burst the bulbous United bubble but they certainly took some air out.
He might well have been exaggerating but you can see why Klopp called Lallana a Liverpool "legend".
Have Manchester City slightly got away with a pretty terrible Premier League season?
Jesse Lingard linked with Everton. Who on earth could ever have predicted that rumour?
Sean Dyche is too good for West Ham, Stoke and probably even Burnley. They absolutely have to keep him.
It's impossible not to be happy for Danny Welbeck. Impossible. He united almost all of us.
Opposition Goal Tweets are always, always, always great. There is joy to be found in misery.
Spurs and Jose: a club and a manager just wasting time. Is there any reason to think it will ever get any better?
Newcastle don't half fall for a flair player. But Allan Saint-Maximin has to be the one to break the cycle.
Exeter encounter Curleball in the first behind-closed-doors Wembley final. Who can reach League One?
Southampton were right to trust Ralph Hasenhuttl. But that defence and home form really need sorting.
Adama Traore is brilliant. But Nuno deserves all the credit for providing him a more stable Wolves platform.
Manchester United look utterly tremendous in attack. Sheffield United look completely lost.
Has any shirt weighed heavier on any footballer than the white and sky blue on Lionel Messi?
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