Goal rates the two sets of players and gives its verdict on the top and flop performers of the night...
Friday 14 November 2014
Thursday 13 November 2014
Goal rates the two sets of players and names the top and flop performers of the night...
Goal took in the action at Upton Park, where the Albiceleste reversed a one-goal deficit in the second half to clinch a deserved friendly win
Miguel Herrera's men inflicted more misery on Guus Hiddink, with Carlos Vela netting twice and producing a stunning display in his first international match since 2011
Neymar scored twice as Dunga's men cruised to their fifth consecutive victory over the Crescent-Stars, and are yet to concede a single goal under the new coach's stewardship
Wednesday 12 November 2014
Goal rates the two sets of players and gives its verdict on the top and flop performers of the day...
Tuesday 11 November 2014
Goal rates the players of the two teams and names the top and flop performers of the evening...
Monday 10 November 2014
A Mauro Icardi double cancelled out Luca Toni's opener, and, although the veteran striker missed a penalty after Gary Medel's dismissal, Nico Lopez equalised at the death
Goals from Lucas Moura and Edinson Cavani wrapped up a vital three points for the home side, who go within a point of the summit of Ligue 1 as a result, as Marseille fell short
Goal took in the action at the Anoeta, where the 10-man champions were stunned by the lowly hosts, who put on a sterling display to move out of the relegation zone
Roma took all three points in a dominating and comfortable showing at the Olympic Stadium
An inexplicable own goal from Christoph Kramer handed brought BVB's run of five consecutive Bundesliga defeats to an end, as the Foals suffered their first loss of the campaign
Sunday 9 November 2014
Bafetimbi Gomis preyed on Arsenal's defensive weaknesses to score the winning goal 90 seconds after coming off the bench to complete a horror week for Arsene Wenger
Goal rates the two sets of players and gives its verdict on the top and flop of the game...
Fernando Llorente, Carlos Tevez and Alvaro Morata all scored two goals apiece in Turin, as the Bianconeri tore their visitors apart with consummate and complete ease
The visitors rescued a point at the Stadium of Light as Leighton Baines's late penalty secured a 1-1 draw after Sebastian Larsson had given the home side the lead
Goals from Ayoze Perez and Fabricio Coloccini on either side of half time gave Alan Pardew's side a fourth consecutive league victory, dismantling the Baggies at the Hawthorns
Goals from Bojan Krkic and Jonathan Walters gave the visitors a deserved win over a lacklustre Spurs side, despite Nacer Chadli's brilliant volley late in the game
Goal rates the performances of the two sets of players and names the top and flop of the tie...
Goals from Stephan El Shaarawy and Jeremy Menez ensured that the Rossoneri left Genova with a share of the spoils, despite going down to ten men late in the contest