Barrington Coombs EMPICS Sport

Roma found 'not guilty' over Sean Cox attack

Sean Cox, 53, was left in critical condition following an attack outside Anfield before the Champions League semifinal first leg on April 24.

"Take the ball, Pass the ball" trailer
1dChris Wright

Trailer for 2008-12 Barcelona documentary unveiled

Barcelona's golden era is still fresh but new doc 'Take the ball, Pass the Ball', should yield an even closer look at Pep Guardiola's world-beaters.

Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images
1dTom Hamilton

Bolt turns down two-year Valletta FC deal

Usain Bolt remains in Australia, still on trial for the Central Coast Mariners in the A-League, with the season set to begin.

Franck Fife/AFP/Getty Images
6dJonathan Johnson

PSG, Red Star refute €5m match-fixing claim

French authorities are investigating claims that a Red Star Belgrade official tried to fix the Serbs' 6-1 Champions League loss at PSG this month.

Jonathan Johnson PSG correspondent 

PSG and France's Kylian Mbappe hits the front page of Time.

Extra Time: Top UCL performances, Rabiot vs. Ramsey and more (8:59)
Neymar's still polarising, but keeps delivering for PSG (1:03)
Catherine Ivill - AMA/Getty Images
13dJonathan Johnson

PSG to ban fans involved in Red Star trouble

Paris Saint-Germain have moved to ban season-ticket holders involved in trouble at the Champions League game against Red Star Belgrade.

Assessing Tottenham's chances of escaping Group B (2:35)
Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images
14dBen Pearce

Messi has 'completed football' - Winks

Lionel Messi produced a sublime performance as Barcelona beat Spurs 4-2 at Wembley, scoring twice and having a hand in the other two goals.

Guido Kirchner/picture alliance via Getty Images
14dStephan Uersfeld

McKennie: Late winner 'truly amazing, a dream'

Weston McKennie, 20, headed home from a corner to secure victory over Lokomotiv Moscow with his first-ever senior goal for Schalke.

Alexandre Simoes/Borussia Dortmund/Getty Images
15dStefan Buczko

Dortmund ratings: Witsel, Akanji on song

After last year's poor showing, Axel Witsel and Manuel Akanji ensured BVB made it two wins in two for Dortmund in the Champions League.