Liverpool lapses give Roma hope
A stunning display of attacking football, inspired by Mohamed Salah, saw Liverpool score five vs. Roma. However, two late goals gave the Italian side a small chance ahead of the second leg.
Liverpool will see off Roma, can beat Bayern or Madrid
Late concessions may have dampened spirits a little but Liverpool are well placed to reach the Champions League final. What's more, they can win it.
Roma 'made it easy' for Liverpool - Di Francesco
Roma boss Eusebio Di Francesco said his side "made it easy" for Liverpool to run out to a 5-2 win, though he retained hope of another big comeback.
Conte wins back support from Chelsea fans
Chelsea's run to the FA Cup final has not only lifted the mood among supporters, it has renewed the faith that many had lost in Antonio Conte.
- UEFA bans Panathinaikos from Europe for 3 years
- FA to discuss Cup final tickets with fans
- Costa in Atletico squad to face Arsenal
- Amnesty calls out Leeds for Myanmar tour
Klopp: We're Liverpool, we have to do it the hard way
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp sees the positives from his side's first leg against Roma, even though they gave up two goals in the second half.
Van Dijk, Henderson 'frustrated' after Liverpool concede late
Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk and Jordan Henderson were left frustrated with the two goals conceded, despite beating Roma 5-2 at Anfield.
Police eye 'serious assault' outside Anfield
Liverpool fans again gave their team a rowdy welcome to Anfield -- without the violence against the opponent's bus that marked their last UCL game.
WATCH: Fans go crazy in Cairo after Salah scores
Fans at a bar in Cairo, Egypt erupt after local hero Mohamed Salah scores the opener for Liverpool against Roma.
Pienaar weighs in on Salah-Messi comparison
Steven Pienaar had little doubt that the 'Egyptian Messi' and newly crowned PFA Player of the Year would make it to the top.
De Bruyne would've got Pienaar's PFA vote
Everton's International Ambassador believes that the Manchester City man has been the Premier League's outstanding player this term.
Ajax Cape Town climb out of PSL dropzone
Ajax Cape Town lifted themselves out of the PSL relegation zone with a dramatic last-gasp win on Tuesday as Kaizer Chiefs' woes continued.
Vieira: No contact about replacing Wenger
New York City FC manager Patrick Vieira says that no one from Arsenal has contacted him about replacing Arsene Wenger at the Emirates.
Nick Hornby: Why Wenger had to leave Arsenal
"I never walk out of games early but in these circumstances, staying seemed like a form of self-harm." Nick Hornby on the last days of Wenger.
Nigeria skipper Mikel excited about England return
Nigeria captain John Obi Mikel is relishing a return to England for June's high-profile international friendly against the Three Lions.
NPFL Observations: Ezenwa, Orji and violence
Colin Udoh reflects on a NPFL weekend that was ... one that was dominated by inexplicable violence, and the brilliant return of Ikechukwu Ezenwa.
Saka extends Lobi Stars' lead
Ayo Saka struck a late winner to extend Lobi Stars' lead to six points, while the ninth Oriental Derby of the season failed to ignite.
Derby 3-1 Cardiff: Drama in promotion fight
Derby came from behind to beat Cardiff, moving the Rams into a promotion playoff position while helping Fulham in their chase for second place.
Derby comeback leaves Cardiff beaten
Derby comeback denies Cardiff as Nottingham Forest deepen Barnsley's problems.
Buffon rubbishes 'gossip' of Benatia bust-up
Gianluigi Buffon slammed "false gossip" for trying to destabilise Juventus amid reports of a falling out with teammate Medhi Benatia.
De Gea: United players must step up next season
United have recorded victories over Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal this season but have not challenged for the title.
Herrera back in favour under Mourinho
Part technician, part troll, Ander Herrera is Manchester United's warrior. He has recovered from a sloppy spell to become Jose Mourinho's go-to guy.
Mourinho plays down Man United overhaul
Mourinho will improve his Manchester Unitedd squad ahead of next season but he has suggested there will not be major changes at the club.
Shaban bags four as KCCA rout URA FC 7-2
Muhammad Shaban netted four goals as defending Ugandan champions KCCA FC returned to winning ways with a 7-2 demolition of URA FC in the top flight.
Villa, Vipers coaches suspended for four matches
FUFA's Competitions Disciplinary Panel has handed four-match suspensions to the head coaches of two of the league's biggest clubs.
Transfer Talk: Wenger successor to get £50m budget
As the Arsene Wenger era ends at Arsenal, high-priced recent signings mean the budget is about to get tighter for the next manager.
City to keep Stones, target Jorginho - sources
Napoli midfielder Jorginho is a top target for Manchester City, with manager Pep Guardiola only wanting to make small changes, sources told ESPN FC.
Buffon targeted by Boca Juniors - coach
Boca Juniors coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto has confirmed his club have a desire to sign Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon.
Can Dynamos salvage season after woeful start?
Dynamos' miserable start to the season continued this weekend, and it's hard to see how the fallen giants can pull themselves out of their rut.
Newcomers Bulawayo Chiefs stun FC Platinum
Top-flight newcomers Bulawayo Chiefs caused the biggest upset of the season so far after thumping champions FC Platinum 2-0 in the Zimbabwe PSL.
African journeyman Henri Michel passes away
Former French international and manager Henri Michel passed away on Tuesday morning at the age of 70.
SportsCenter Africa: Can Bayern stop Real's UCL dominance?
The ESPN FC team wonder if Bayern Munich are the side to stop Real Madrid winning a third consecutive Champions League.
Can Bayern stop Real's Champions League three-peat?
The last team to three-peat as champions of Europe, Bayern Munich, take on Real Madrid as they look to complete their own three-peat this season.
Real Madrid have 'special powers' - Kroos
Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos says his the Champions League "unleashes special powers" in his side.
Walcott goal lifts Everton to eighth in table
Theo Walcott's second-half winner against Newcastle moved Everton up to eighth -- their highest position in the Premier League table since August.
Schneiderlin 8/10 in laborious Everton win
With so much of Sam Allardyce's tenure spent watching opponents dictate the tempo, Everton appeared unsure what to do in control against Newcastle.
EXCLUSIVE: Roma chairman James Pallotta speaks to ESPN FC
Roma's Pallotta: Salah 'unbelievable bargain'
Liverpool's €42 million purchase of Mohamed Salah from Roma was an "unbelievable bargain," the Italian club's owner James Pallotta told ESPN.
Essien takes pride in fellow African Salah
Former Chelsea star Michael Essien has hailed Mohamed Salah's 'amazing' impact in the Premier League and is proud to see an African star thriving.
Cahill at World Cup? 'Everything is a possibility'
Gary Cahill has declared "everything is a possibility" in his bid for World Cup selection after winning back his starting berth at Chelsea.
Sweden: Ibra must call to have WC chance
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been told he must pick up the phone and call Sweden coach Janne Andersson if he has any chance of being at the World Cup.
Back injury threatens Biglia World Cup hopes
Biglia had to leave the pitch 20 minutes from time after being hit in the back by Nicolas Viola's knee.
City right to escape punishment for pitch invasion
Man City fans invaded the pitch after their 5-0 win over Swansea but anyone with a problem with that struggles to understand emotion in football.
City stars the big winners in Guardiola philosophy
Nicolas Otamendi, Ederson and Fabian Delph have been arguably the greatest beneficiaries of Pep Guardiola's approach at Manchester City.
Rising star Sane potential Ballon d'Or winner
Leroy Sane fully deserved his PFA Young Player of the Year award and under Pep Guardiola, he has the potential for even greater honours.
Falaco, James star in Colombia music video
With the 2018 World Cup just weeks away, Colombia have been gifted an unofficial anthem that will hopefully spur them to glory out in Russia.
The last days of Juventus?
As the most dominant club in Italy fights for its record seventh straight league title, it is also fighting the forces of time.
Juve need something extraordinary - Allegri
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says his side are now going to need "something extraordinary" to win their seventh straight league title.
Have Napoli turned the tide in the title race?
The ESPN FC guys discuss the rejuvenated title race in Serie A and debate the quality of the match between Juventus and Napoli.
Conte tips Man Utd as favourite in FA Cup final
Chelsea coach Antonio Conte has said that his team won't be the favourites when they face Manchester United in the FA Cup final.
Prem in 90 secs: City caught up in the moment?
The Exploding Heads recap the FA Cup semifinals, PFA Player of the Year awards and more with Premier League in 90 seconds.
Spurs fall short, De Bruyne's super strike
The weekend review has praise for Paul Pogba and Danny Ings, while it was a case of "same old Tottenham".
Elneny suffers ankle ligament damage
Egypt international Elneny was taken off on a stretcher during Sunday's 4-1 over West Ham after landing awkwardly and rolling his ankle.
'Serious issue' over Salah Egypt image rights
Salah's standalone image appears on the Egypt team plane, which is sponsored by mobile network WE.
Appiah goes on UK scouting mission
Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah is considering Huddesfield Town striker Collin Quaner for Black Stars duty after meeting with the player in England.
GPL: Hearts of Oak's wobble continues
Hearts of Oak continue to wobble from one poor result to the other in Ghana Premier League action following an intriguing matchday.
Transfer Talk: Martial ready to quit United
Anthony Martial's days at Manchester United may be numbered, but Paul Pogba is not counting down to anything himself. Transfer Talk has the latest.
Transfer Rater: Jan Oblak to Liverpool
Jan Oblak to Liverpool and Clement Lenglet to Manchester United are two of today's transfer rumours, courtesy of Football Whispers.
Extra Time: Morata or Lukaku? Sarri or Allegri for Chelsea?
Mkhitaryan out of Atletico first leg - Wenger
Henrikh Mkhitaryan will miss the first leg of Arsenal's Europa League semifinal against Atletico Madrid, Arsene Wenger has confirmed.
'Tired' Atleti will be ready for Arsenal - Oblak
Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak admitted his team were tired after Sunday evening's goalless La Liga draw at home to Real Betis.
Costa unlikely for UEL first leg vs. Arsenal
Diego Costa is unlikely to be fit for the first leg of Atletico Madrid's Europa League semifinal against Arsenal but could return for the second.
FA Cup final not me against Mourinho - Conte
Antonio Conte insisted his past conflicts with Jose Mourinho will not overshadow next month's FA Cup final between Chelsea and Manchester United.
How Chelsea need to improve for the FA Cup final
Poch struggling to rid nearly men tag
Mauricio Pochettino might have got his team selection wrong but his inability to instil a winning mentality at Tottenham is the real problem.
Spurs kids would solve Cup criticism - Poch
Mauricio Pochettino has said he would earn less criticism by disregarding the FA Cup and playing Tottenham's young players next season.
Tottenham approaching a crossroads
Tottenham have tons of talent but nothing tangible to show for it. As such, Mauricio Pochettino & Co. are approaching a critical junction.
Khoza promises beefed up PSL security
Premier Soccer League chairman Irvin Khoza has promised to beef up security in the future in the wake of Saturday's fan violence.
Chiefs call out fans after Durban violence
Kaizer Chiefs have condemned the violence that occurred in their name at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday night.
Chiefs' decline must not overshadow stadium violence
Steve Komphela's early exit from Kaizer Chiefs mustn't overshadow further acts of hooligan violence among Amakhosi fans.
How Barca righted their wrongs to win the Copa del Rey
Iniesta's touch priceless to Valverde
Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde said he'd have "given his arm" for the touch of Andres Iniesta after a Copa del Rey finals win against Sevilla.
Iniesta, Barca deliver Copa masterclass
Barcelona picked a poor Sevilla apart in the Copa del Rey final, as Andres Iniesta turned back the clock to treat the fans to one final masterpiece.
Stoger: Sancho is better off in the Bundesliga
Dortmund boss Peter Stoger discusses Jadon Sancho's potential and why the England starlet has benefitted from being away from the Premier League.
BVB's Sancho better than me at 18 - Reus
Marco Reus has praised England youth international Jadon Sancho after Borussia Dortmund's 4-0 win against Bayer Leverkusen.
BVB have bright future despite tough season
Dortmund have endured a rough season of change and disappointment, but they'll still be in the Champions League next season. There is hope.
Fans happy but FA Cup final ticket woe looms
Saturday was a day to remember and a sign of Man United's improvement, but not everyone present will be able to attend May's decider vs. Chelsea.
United could lose keeper Henderson - sources
Henderson, on loan at Shrewsbury, is out of contract at Old Trafford at the end of the season.
Carrick making transition to coach - Smalling
Michael Carrick has the respect of the Manchester United dressing room to make a smooth transition to a coaching staff, according to Chris Smalling.
Perez: Navas can stay at Madrid for many years
The future of Navas, 31, has been a topic of speculation during four seasons at Madrid, with the club having tried to sign David De Gea.
Alaves' Medran cries during interview
Alvaro Medran, on loan from Valencia, showed his frustration over his lack of playing time at Alaves by crying during a postgame interview.
Neymar must quit PSG to be best - Rivaldo
Former Barcelona player and Brazil international Rivaldo believes that PSG's Neymar should return to Spain to become the best player in the world.
PSG showed 'character' - Emery
PSG manager Unai Emery praised his players' character after a Giovani Lo Celso goal and a string of Alphonse Areola saves secured a 1-0 win.
Areola preserves PSG victory at Bordeaux
Paris Saint-Germain were well below their best, and if not for the heroics of Alphonse Areola, they likely would've dropped points at Bordeaux.
Mou: People will 'kill me' if Utd lose FA Cup
Jose Mourinho says people will be out to "kill'' him if Manchester United do not win the FA Cup this season.
Tottenham may need new approach - Kane
Harry Kane has conceded Tottenham players may have to adopt a fresh approach to big games after they suffered an eighth successive FA Cup semi loss.
United lack consistency to win title - Lukaku
United trail champions Manchester City by 13 points and that has led to reports that United boss Jose Mourinho could overhaul his squad.
Fan division behind Arsenal exit - Wenger
Wenger said he was unhappy that fans had not shown the unity he wants Arsenal to be known for globally and that resentment towards him was hurtful.
Wenger reception shows relationship with fans is broken
It should have been a celebration of Arsene Wenger's tenure, but it was just another Sunday morning in North London and it was weird.
WATCH: Wenger talks Emirates reception & life after Arsenal
Maritzburg stun Sundowns to reach final
Maritzburg United provided a second stunning upset of the weekend as they defeated fancied Mamelodi Sundowns 3-1 in the Nedbank Cup semis.
Chiefs beaten by Stars in Nedbank Cup semi
Kaizer Chiefs' wretched season hit a new low on Saturday when they were dumped out of the Nedbank Cup following a 2-0 semifinal loss to Free State Stars.
Transfer Talk: Jorginho prefers Man City to United
Given the choice, Napoli midfielder Jorginho would prefer a move to the blue half of Manchester over the red. Transfer Talk has the latest.
Allardyce mediocre but fans want more
Everton need more from a man whose greatest achievement is not being one of the worst three teams in the division each season.
Sanchez hails 'legend, master' Wenger
Alexis Sanchez expressed thanks to Arsene Wenger, calling the Arsenal manager a "football master" the day after he said he was leaving the club.
Pep not 'so friendly' with players next year
Pep Guardiola has warned his title-winning Manchester City players he will be tougher and demand more from them next season.
CAF CC: Group stage line-up decided
The 16 teams set to compete in the group stage of Africa's secondary club competition were decided on Wednesday night.
Loss of CAF places is a NPFL wake-up call
Only one of Nigeria's four continental representatives will remain in African competition beyond this week, and failure has consequences.
USM Alger at Confed Cup disadvantage, says Gor Mahia's Aduda
USM Alger could be at a disadvantage in the CAF Confederation Cup after being pitted alongside three East African teams, according to Gor Mahia.
Klopp called out for 'petty' comments
The FC crew take issue with Jurgen Klopp's comments regarding the officiating and state of West Brom's pitch in Liverpool's draw at The Hawthorns.
Salah equals record in West Brom draw
Three thoughts as Liverpool threw away a 2-0 lead, despite Mohamed Salah's 31st Premier League goal, as West Brom hit back for a draw.
Ings 7/10, Moreno 4/10 as Reds drop points
Liverpool's draw at West Brom was a tale of two fringe players: Danny Ings scored his first goal since 2015 while Alberto Moreno failed to impress.
Domenech, Matthaus apply for Cameroon job
Former France coach Raymond Domenech and German World Cup winner Lothar Matthaus have applied for the Cameroon job.
Malawi U20 striker Mwakilama dies at 18
Malawi under-20 striker Abel Mwakilama died on Friday of suspected cerebral malaria in Portugal.
Wenger's top five African success stories at Arsenal
The outgoing French coach relied heavily on African players during his 22-year tenure in North London, but who were his top five?
Now supporters must get behind Wenger
It's the right time for Arsene Wenger to leave and the hope is that Arsenal fans change their attitude towards him and give him a rousing send off.
WATCH: Last Train to Russia debuts
African teams can forget about World Cup semis - Lauren
The former Arsenal and Cameroon wideman believes that Africa's World Cup quintet cannot realistically get beyond the last eight in Russia.
- UEFA bans Panathinaikos from Europe for 3 years
- FA to discuss Cup final tickets with fans
- Costa in Atletico squad to face Arsenal
- Amnesty calls out Leeds for Myanmar tour
- FIFA approves Eremenko's switch to Russia
- Udinese sack Oddo after run of 11 defeats
- Van Persie: I must 'be honest' with future
- Bolivian team forfeits game at 7-0 down
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