Tag Archives: European club football

Leonardo Jardim leaves Monaco after poor start to Ligue 1 season

By | 11th October 2018

• Manager who won title in 2017 leaves with club third-bottom• ‘We achieved some great victories together,’ says JardimLeonardo Jardim has departed his post as Monaco manager by mutual consent after a run of 10 winless games left the French club third-…

Champions League round-up: Inter win at PSV leaves Spurs six points adrift

By | 3rd October 2018

• Neymar scores hat-trick for PSG in 6-1 rout of Red Star• Jadon Sancho provides assist in Dortmund victoryInternazionale came from behind to secure a 2-1 victory at PSV Eindhoven, with Mauro Icardi scoring the winner on the hour mark as the Italian si…

Arsenal 2-0 Watford, Manchester City 2-0 Brighton and more – as it happened

By | 29th September 2018

Sterling and Agüero send Man City top of the leagueKane scores double for Spurs at Huddersfield 5.55pm BST Here’s what happened in Scotland today … Related: Hearts maintain Premiership lead with win while Celtic see off Aberdeen 5.27pm BST Right, th…

Champions League: previews for the big matches this week

By | 18th September 2018

Form guide, fitness news and facts on Inter v Spurs, Liverpool v PSG, Manchester City v Lyon and Real Madrid v RomaBy Martin Laurence for WhoScoredTottenham’s two previous trips to San Siro have been eventful to say the least. Eight years have passed s…

Tottenham take inspiration from ‘the Bale game’ in rematch with Inter

By | 17th September 2018

Memories of a superhero’s one-man show in 2010 will be to the fore in Spurs’ Champions League opener at the San SiroTottenham were 4-0 down after 35 minutes against Internazionale at San Siro and the situation was so embarassing even their opponents fe…

Newcastle 1-2 Arsenal, Manchester City 3-0 Fulham: clockwatch – as it happened

By | 15th September 2018

All the action from across the Premier League, Championship and beyond as it unfolded 5.35pm BST Premier League: Georginio Wijnaldum and Roberto Firmino got the goals before Liverpool, while Erik Lamela pulled one back for Tottenham Hotspur. Related: …