Liverpool brushed aside poor Newcastle United with a comfortable 3-0 victory this afternoon at Anfield with goals from Dirk Kuyt, Yossi Beanyoun and Lucas Leiva, keeping their hopes of catching up with Manchester United alive while reducing Newcastle’s hopes of survival in the Premiership to nearly none. More
Manchester United beat Middlesbrough 2-0 at Boro and take a 6 point lead at top of the Premiership with 4 games left to play. While they inch closer to yet another title, Ji Sung Park’s and Ryan Giggs’ goals have made survival for Boro nearly impossible in their remaining 3 games. More
Arsenal were able to stretch their unbeaten streak to 20 games while ending their 3 years without beating Middlesbrough after a 2-0 victory over the North Easterners this afternoon at the Emirates Stadium. Cesc Fabergas led the gunners with both goals in a successful tune up before the Champions League match up with Man U on Wednesday. More
Another amazing game that will go down as one of the most memorable in the history of the premiership, as Manchester United moved closer to securing their 18 League Title and 3rd in a row after beating Tottenham 5-2 coming back from being 2-0 down. More
Sunday finished off unfinished business (you like?) in the European Leagues and we’re here to guide you through the main action and show you the biggest games to take place. If you wanna see Milan crushing Torino to grab second, Bordeaux beating Lyon for the first time in 10 years and PSV destroying Ajax and handing the Championship to AZ in Holland, come on in.
Oh yeah, and we have another Hat trick hero for you today, Filippo Inzaghi. More
The Istanbul Derby between Fenerbahce and Galatasaray, one of the biggest rivalries in the soccer world didn’t live up to the high level of expectations, at least from a pure soccer view point. For those who like things tense and even violent, they got what they wished for. More
Despite the championship ramifications of Inter dropping points at home to Palermo and Juventus losing in Genoa to almost completely lose any hope of catching up with Inter, the biggest game in Italy this weekend was played in Rome.
In the 120th version of the Rome derby Lazio dealt a serious blow to AS Roma’s fading Champions League hope with a 4-2 victory in the Stadio Olimpico. Lazio still have UEFA cups aspirations of their own and even though it’s a long shot, a win in the most important game of the year for them could give them the lift they need for the rest of the season. More