The Montreal Impact were given little chance of beating Club America in the CONCACAF Champions League final, but the MLS underdogs are poised to pull off a historic upset.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Tigres was in an uncomfortable situation early in Tuesday's Copa Libertadores match but stayed calmed and reaped the benefits, writes Jon Arnold.
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Reds fans conducted a boycott of the KC Stadium in protest at rising ticket prices; the players looked to be paying them the ultimate compliment by not turning up either.
The little provincial club have ended a century-long wait for a spot in Serie A, just 15 years after facing complete extinction.
The three South American forwards contributed five of their side's six goals against Getafe and are in fantastic form ahead of the Champions League semifinals.
Montreal will be forced to use a brand new goalkeeper in the Champions League final, which may be the Impact's biggest challenge yet, writes Rudi Schuller.
The Germany midfielder is rebuilding his career after a lengthy layoff and should get back to full fitness in familiar surroundings before switching clubs, writes Enis Koylu.
The three South American forwards are just two goals from the 99 netted by Messi, Thierry Henry and Samuel Eto'o in Pep Guardiola's first season in charge.
Monday, April 27, 2015
Goal picks out the best performing talent from across Germany as the Bavarians retained their crown for the third year in a row.
Chelsea should have had a pair of penalties during the Blues' 0-0 draw with Arsenal, says former Premier League official Mark Halsey.
The Chelsea forward won the PFA Player of the Year award on Sunday, but he is not ready to follow in the footsteps of previous winners with a lucrative transfer to Spain.
Tottenham academy director John McDermott says that, had Spurs' new star been judged solely on data, he might have slipped through the cracks as a prospect.
Sunday, April 26, 2015
The Mexican striker scored twice to emerge as a Real hero for the second time in a week and could even earn a transfer when his loan deal expires this summer, writes Ben Hayward.
The Red Devils were left embarrassed by Everton, but while defeat on Merseyside a year ago saw the end for David Moyes, for LVG it is an important a wake-up call, says Tom Maston.
The Blues captain was outstanding as his side drew 0-0 at Arsenal on Sunday to inch towards the Premier League title, with six points all that's needed, says Greg Stobart.
The Turin derby finally went the way of the Granata, but they were fully deserving of three points on the day Juve had hoped to win the title.
Saturday, April 25, 2015
The manager appears to be building a promising side, but the eternal problem with Tottenham is that the club never feels like a finished product, writes Liam Twomey.
The Tottenham manager has a clear idea of the players he wants to sell this summer, with a squad overhaul set to take place as he enters the second year of a five-year contract.
Friday, April 24, 2015
By avoiding the two toughest teams left in the competition, Real's chances of a second successive Champions League crown were increased following Friday's draw, says Ben Hayward.
The Belgian battering ram, at last being used properly under David Moyes's successor, has added power and tenacity to the Dutchman's patient passing philosophy, says Ewan Roberts.