Solksjaer Charge Alexis To Raise His Game

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjær on Tuesday evening asked Chilean winger Alexis Sanchez to step up after an underwhelming performance against PSG in the Champions League. Speaking after the defeat to the Parisian club, Solskjær acknowledged that the former Arsenal star is a quality player but needs to find himself. “I

Zaniolo Nets Double As Roma beat Porto 2-1

Teenage sensation Nicolo Zaniolo hit a brace as Roma beat Porto 2-1 in their Champions League last 16, first leg clash at the Stadio Olimpico on Tuesday. The 19-year-old got his first Champions League goal after 70 minutes in Rome, adding a second six minutes later to inflict a first defeat

Five Things We Learnt From United Loss To PSG

Paris Saint-Germain took a huge step towards the Champions League quarter-finals with a comprehensive 2-0 round of 16, first-leg win at away from home against Manchester United on Tuesday. PSG showed they still retain plenty of world class talent despite their big name absentees as United struggled to contain the slick

Spurs draw after hugo Lloris red card

Another late drama for Tottenham in the Champions League as they conceded late to draw 2-2 with PSV in group B. The result leaves both teams on just one point and with little hope of advancing out of the group stage with Barcelona and Inter Milan already on six points ahead

Manchester United survive tricky test

The records will show that Manchester United won a game they were expected to win in the Stade de Suisse but manager Jose Mourinho has every right to feel more satisfaction. His team overcame a hard, artificial turf pitch and 32,000 Young Boys fans determined to create a din on their

The top 50 Champions League final stats

T​he whole world will be watching the Champions League final this Saturday, and that includes all of the footballing statisticians, who'll be keen to see what new pieces of information the match comes up with. Already there is a fascinating wealth of data about the history of the Champions League, and

Olivier Giroud keeps Blues’ top-four hopes alive

Olivier Giroud scored the only goal of the game as Chelsea kept their top-four hopes alive with a 1-0 victory over Liverpool at Stamford Bridge. The Frenchman's flicked header just after the half-hour mark was enough to see off a Liverpool side who appeared jaded following their midweek Champions League exploits. Liverpool