B. Dortmund 6-2 Hamburg SV: Match Report

Borussia Dortmund have hammered Hamburg 6-2 with a display of attacking dominance at the Signal Iduna Park on Saturday. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Robert Lewandowski both score two goals apiece, with Henrikh Mkhitaryan and the influential Marco Reus also on target. Goals from Zhi Gin Lam and Heiko Westermann had briefly drawn Hamburg

Torino 2-2 AC Milan: Match Report

Mario Balotelli struck a 97th minute penalty to earn AC Milan a 2-2 draw away to Torino on Saturday. Second-half goals from Torino duo Danilo D'Ambrosio and Alessio Cerci took advantage of some inept defensive play before Sulley Muntari pulled one back for the visitors with two minutes remaining. Balotelli then kept

Barcelona 3-2 Sevilla: Match Report

Barcelona sealed a 3-2 win over Sevilla in the most dramatic of fashions on Saturday with Alexis Sanchez's a stoppage-time goal. Dani Alves and Lionel Messi helped the Blaugrana into a cushioned lead but, with 10 minutes to go, Ivan Rakitic pulled a goal back for the visitors before Coke levelled

Everton 1-0 Chelsea: Match Report

An unwanted new experience for Jose Mourinho. Defeat at Goodison Park. On what has been a happy hunting ground for The Happy One ÔÇô four wins, two draws in his previous visits ÔÇô he appeared hunted. Everton won with Chelsea squandering chance after chance and last night Mourinho was the

Aston Villa 1-2 Newcastle: Match Report

The ill feeling towards Joe Kinnear may remain but Alan Pardew's frustration over Newcastle United's bungled transfer window will have eased a little after a deserved victory at Villa Park. Yoan Gouffran's 73rd-minute winner earned Newcastle their second Premier League triumph of the season to alleviate the pressure on his manager,

Fulham 1-1 West Brom: Match Report

A sense of unrest is beginning to creep in at Fulham, with this latest setback greeted by a chorus of boos and even a small pocket of "Jol out" cries. Outright revolt at Craven Cottage remains some way off, but there is certainly a growing sense of frustration among the club's

Stoke City 0-0 Man City: Match Report

For all their supposed defensive frailties it is hard to criticise a third clean sheet in four matches for Manchester City too much but this was far from inspiring stuff at the start of a significant week. Manuel Pellegrini had started with just 14 different players in his teamÔÇÖs first three

Tottenham 2-0 Norwich City: Match Report

Some 1,100 miles away, a former Tottenham talisman was preparing for his new life with Real Madrid. Back in north London, the club Gareth Bale left behind just got on with business.Indispensable Welsh wizard? Just not missing you at all. Tottenham are assembling new favourites, chief among whom will be Christian

Sunderland 1-3 Arsenal: Match Report

Mesut ├ûzil enjoyed a fine debut as Arsenal made hard work of what should have been a simple victory over Sunderland. ├ûzil pulled the strings as though he had been ArsenalÔÇÖs puppet master for years and it took him just 11 minutes to secure his first assist. Taking down Kieran GibbsÔÇÖ

Newcastle don’t have any money: Alan Pardew

Alan Pardew has exposed the extent of the financial restrictions being forced on the club by owner Mike Ashley by claiming they would have had to borrow money from the bank to make a permanent signing this summer. Newcastle were the only Premier League club not to make a permanent signing

Wilshere can be England’s Zidane – Wenger

Mesut Özil is expected to make his first appearance for Arsenal on Saturday despite missing training on Friday through illness. The German, who is the second most expensive signing in Premier League history, travelled to Sunderland with the Arsenal squad despite the illness, although his compatriot Per Mertesacker was too ill

Hertha Berlin 0-1 Vfb Stuttgart: Match Report

Stuttgart's Bundesliga revival under Thomas Schneider continued on Friday as they overcame Hertha Berlin 1-0 in the Olympiastadion. The result, sealed by Christian Gentner's 49th-minute header, was newly-promoted Hertha's first loss at home in 19 games - a run stretching back to May 2012 - and their second successive league defeat. For

Bordeaux 0-2 PSG: Match Report

Lucas Moura scored his first ever goal for Paris Saint-Germain as the champions strolled to a 2-0 win over Bordeaux on Friday. The Brazilian capitalised on a failed offside trap and an error from goalkeeper Cedric Carraso to seal the points for the champions after Blaise Matuidi had handed them a