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Liverpool win FA cup

Liverpool kept their hopes of winning the quadruple alive with a 6-5 penalty shootout victory over Chelsea in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.

Chelsea would face Liverpool in the final

Goals from Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Mason Mount helped Chelsea reach their third consecutive FA Cup final after beating Crystal Palace 2-0 at Wembley on Saturday.

Liverpool are firing all cylinders

City hold a one-point lead in the Premier League and could yet face Liverpool in an all-English team Champions League final next month (should both sides advance past Real Madrid and Villarreal, respectively). Few would back against City recovering but Liverpool laid down a marker here that they are more than ready for the fight.

Liverpool advance to the final by beating Manchester City

It was over before it began. It was over when Kevin de Bruyne was injured in Manchester City’s battle with Atletico Madrid last week. It was over when City’s players, emotionally and physically exhausted, fought their way back up the tunnel after the Battle of the Wanda Metropolitano past the head-butts and the fists, overcome by the relief and triumph of their two-leg victory.

Paul Pogba’s time at Man United is almost up?

Paul Pogba will have cost Manchester United £179.6 million ($242.6m) in transfer fee and wages by the time his Old Trafford contract expires at the end of June. He now has less than six months to deliver some kind of value for money by helping his drifting club salvage something tangible in the Premier League or Champions League from their dismal season.

Leicester City create history

Brendan Rogers is a brilliant coach and more often he is overshadowed by the hype of the heavyweights around him. He is someone who can gel the boys together and make them fight against the odds. Surely they were the underdogs at Wembley against a rejuvenated Chelsea unit under Thomas Tuchel. Chelsea experienced hiccups against Arsenal in the Premier League but at Wembley, their credibility was much better than the Foxes. But the boys of Rogers fought hard and also had the luck beside them – the new champions of FA Cup are the Leicester City of Rogers.

The defence is letting down Liverpool

“There were a lot of good things and some mistakes around the goals. If you want to win here you have to be absolutely top and we were not.” “For the first goal we had no protection, we wanted it...

FA Cup: Mikel Arteta smiles

Arteta had three options upon retirement. He was offered to lead the Arsenal Academy, by Arsène Wenger, join Mauricio Pochettino's - his team-mate from PSG - backroom staff or join Pep Guardiola's coaching team at Manchester City. In 2016,...

Manchester United pay heavy price due to David De Gea

David De Gea is a very good goalkeeper and for Manchester United he has been fruitful consistently.  He was United’s player of the season for three straight years and four in five. Again, for the longest time had been...

Arsenal tame Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City

After some of the most horrendous results, taming two of the most dominant teams in the English league is nothing but a dream. For some, it might sound like a miracle, but miracles don’t happen back-to-back. Rather, it requires...

Billy Gilmour: Young but tough

That evening at Stamford Bridge derailed Liverpool and at any moment, panic can show up, but for the Blues, it was something special. Frank Lampard’s young team impressed throughout the match and one 5 feet-and-6-inch young lad proved to...

Chelsea outweigh Liverpool and derail the Reds further

The wind was blowing and long with it brought that chilling and cold feeling even on a March evening. Stamford Bridge was packed and ready to support the Blues against an opponent with whom they had the upper hand...

Video: Chelsea win FA Cup to leave Mourinho without a trophy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSOd8ulEAH0 Antonio Conte beat Jose Mourinho to give a second trophy in two seasons with the Blues and leaving his counterpart to a season without any silverware.


Real Madrid are the champions of Champions League

It felt like one of those old flicks they show on Saturday afternoons in which the gang successfully gets together for one final, big heist. Except, even without Mbappe, you suspect this won't be their last -- not when there's a guy like Ancelotti, one of the few men who can pull off the cardigan-cigar-shades combination and lead a team in transition to a league and cup double. Not with young guns - Vinicius, Valverde, Eduardo Camavinga, Rodrygo - already with the "big one" under their belt. Not with Courtois, in the prime of his career, staking a claim as the world's No. 1 between the posts and getting a few things off his chest. ("We showed again who is the King of Europe.")

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