Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Coach Jurgen Klopp says his winger exited Dortmund's DFB-Pokal win over Dynamo Dresden with a minor injury.
Gabriel Agbonlahor and Sadio Berahino looked to secure a point each but a nightmare from Ben Foster, giving away a penalty, allowed Christian Benteke to secure a vital derby win
Gabby Agbonlahor opened the scoring in a confident first-half showing from the host, only for Saido Berahino to score with the Baggies only shot on target before a frantic finale.
Sadio Mane's late winner gave Ronald Koeman's men all three points at St. Mary's, moving them back to within striking distance of fourth-place Manchester United.
Steve Bruce's men were denied the opportunity to pick up their third win in four games by Jack Rodwell, who salvaged a point for the visitors with a late header.
Borussia Dortmund was given a scare by an injury to Marco Reus as it secured DFB-Pokal progression against Dynamo Dresden on Tuesday.
Gus Poyet was sent to the stands as the Black Cats recovered from Dame N'Doye's early strike to head back to Wearside with a point.
Goal took in the DFB-Pokal action, where a gritty cup tie saw the in-form Bundesliga visitors emerge with a spot in the last eight thanks to Immobile's double
The Germany winger limped out of Borussia Dortmund's DFB-Pokal match Tuesday.
Espanyol seeks to reach a first Copa del Rey final since 2006 with victory over Athletic Bilbao in a tie level at 1-1 after the first leg.
Barcelona sits on the verge of the Copa del Rey final as it takes a two-goal advantage into the semifinal second leg with Villarreal.
Rumors have mounted that Manchester City could dismiss the club's manager, but the Chilean says he is under no pressure to deliver silverware.
Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham cannot dwell on its League Cup final defeat as it prepares to face Swansea City.
Tim Howard believes Everton has rediscovered its defensive solidity as its latest attempt to snap a rotten run comes at Stoke City.
QPR begins a crucial period in its fight for Premier League survival on Wednesday as Arsenal travels to Loftus Road.
Juan Mata hopes Manchester United can kickstart a crucial month with a Premier League win at Newcastle United on Wednesday.
The home side have suffered two defeats so far under their new manager while Tony Pulis has revived the visitors since his appointment
The two sides are separated by just one point and are looking to widen the gap between them and the relegation places
Alan Pardew returns to his former club, as does winger Jason Puncheon - see if they can emerge victorious at St Mary's
Manuel Pellegrini is keen to see a reaction from his stuttering Manchester City side against Leicester City on Wednesday.