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Manchester City drop points

Riyad Mahrez missed a late penalty as Manchester City slipped up in the Premier League title race after drawing 2-2 at West Ham United on Sunday.

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.

Real Madrid thrash Levante

Real Madrid cruised to a 6-0 victory on Thursday night at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu against Levante, with the result relegating the Valencia-based club.

Tottenham Hotspur conquer North London

Tottenham kept their Champions League hopes very much alive with an emphatic 3-0 victory over Arsenal in a one-sided North London derby on Thursday.

Inter win the Coppa Italia

Internazionale won the Coppa Italia after an extra-time double from Croatia forward Ivan Perisic earned his side a 4-2 victory over Juventus in Wednesday's final, ensuring Massimiliano Allegri's team will finish the season trophyless.

Chelsea beat Leeds United

Chelsea cemented their place in the Premier League's top four and dealt another major blow to Leeds United's survival hopes with a 2-0 win at Elland Road on Wednesday.

Manchester City crush Wolves

Kevin De Bruyne scored a first-half hat trick as Manchester City rolled past Wolves 5-1 at Molineux on Wednesday to restore their three-point lead over Liverpool in the Premier League.

Erling Haaland and Manchester City fit in many ways

It wasn't quite LeBron James and "The Decision." After all, Erling Braut Haaland wasn't a free agent, it wasn't televised, there was no "hometown betrayal" narrative and there were plenty of whispers that an announcement was imminent as various suitors had dropped out of the race. But it's not far off.

Barcelona strengthen grip on the second place

Barcelona strengthened their grip on second place in LaLiga with a 3-1 victory over Celta Vigo at Camp Nou on Tuesday.

Liverpool draw level with Manchester City

Liverpool drew level in first place with Manchester City on 86 points in the Premier League after beating Aston Villa 2-1 at Villa Park on Tuesday night.

AC Milan back on top

A Sandro Tonali double moved AC Milan one step closer to their first Serie A title in 11 years after they regained the top spot with a 3-1 comeback victory at Hellas Verona on Sunday.

Atletico Madrid beat Real Madrid

Atletico Madrid beat city rivals and La Liga champions Real Madrid to put themselves on the verge of qualifying for the Champions League.

Manchester City thrash Newcastle United

Manchester City consolidated their position at the top of the Premier League with a 5-0 win over Newcastle at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday.

Arsenal win against Leeds United

Arsenal held off 10-man Leeds United to grab a 2-1 victory at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

Victory for Barcelona

A stunning goal from Jordi Alba deep into injury time gave Barcelona a 2-1 victory at Real Betis to secure qualification for the Champions League next season.

Liverpool drop valuable points

Liverpool suffered a blow to their Premier League title hopes despite coming from behind to earn a 1-1 draw with Champions League-chasing Tottenham at Anfield on Saturday.

Brighton end Manchester United’s Champions League hope

Brighton & Hove Albion thrashed a woeful Manchester United 4-0 at the Amex Stadium on Saturday to officially rule United out of the running for a Champions League place next season.

Chelsea share points against Wolves

Conor Coady scored a last-minute equaliser to help Wolverhampton Wanderers to a 2-2 draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

Italian Serie A: Inter move top, Genoa stun Juventus

Two goals from striker Lautaro Martinez helped Inter Milan secure a nervy 4-2 home win over Empoli on Friday as Simone Inzaghi's side kept their Serie A title hopes alive and provisionally went top of the table.

Jose Mourinho’s Roma advance to the final

Leicester City missed out on a place in the Europa Conference League final after losing 1-0 at Roma.


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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