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Match Report

Champions League semi-finals: Bayern Munich 1-2 Real Madrid

Bayern Munich goal: Kimmich (28' minutes)

Real Madrid goals: Marcelo (44' minutes), Asensio (57' minutes)

Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany

Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid side inflicted German champions Bayern Munich first home defeat of the season while winning 2-1 at Bayern Munich's Allianz Arena in the first leg of their Champions League semifinals tie moving towards a third successive Champions League crown. Goals from Marcelo and Marco Asensio gave Real Madrid a one-goal lead for the return leg at the Bernabeu after Joshua Kimmich's opener for Bayern. Marcelo's third Champions League goal of the campaign started Real's fightback.

"How do they do it?" said football analyst and former Chelsea winger Pat Nevin. "They weren't brilliant - they have some incredible individual players. But you watch some other teams and you are blown away by them as a collective. But for Real there is nothing spectacularly special out there apart from Cristiano Ronaldo, maybe Marcelo, and the rest of them are very good players playing quite well. I really can't tell you how they do it. They survive with a bit of luck, Bayern had a load of chances, but Real somehow find a way."

Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand said: "Real know how to get the job done. There's a ruggedness about them. And they have individuals who can turn games in an instant."

"I think if we had won 5-2, Real couldn't have had many complaints," said Bayern defender Niklas Sule.

Toni Kroos says Real's individual quality was key in the decisive points in the match.

"We have to be there at the important moments, we were," said the Germany international.

Real have lost twice in their Champions League campaign to date, a 3-1 defeat by Tottenham Hotspur in November then scraping through to an aggregate win in spite of a 3-1 reverse on home turf against Juventus in the last eight.

Next Bayern have to overturn a goal deficit to book a spot in the final against either Liverpool or Roma on 26 May. Bayern have fallen at the semi-finals in three of the past four seasons, and manager Jupp Heynckes was left wondering what might have been with Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Muller and Franck Ribery all missing good chances.

"We had so many chances, it was strange. I've never seen us have so many chances in a semi-final, especially against a team like Real Madrid," he said. "We simply weren't clinical enough and we gifted Real their goals.”

Bayern were missing goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, defender David Alaba and midfielder Arturo Vidal, while center-back Jerome Boateng and winger Arjen Robben were forced off early.

"We want to do whatever it takes to put this result right next week. It's our duty. We didn't deserve to lose today, so I'm confident."

German football writer Archie Rhind-Tutt asked, "I would also ask how well Bayern are playing this season? They have won the Bundesliga by a country mile but have not really raised their level when they have had to win. I wonder how much of a difference that made tonight? The standard has dropped ever since Pep Guardiola left Bayern, in terms of the standards of their performances. If you talk to their fans, they would say that they have not seen the same football since he left. Bayern would play teams off the park for the entirety of games. They miss him."

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Bayern Munich

Ulreich, Kimmich, Boateng, Hummels, Rafinha, Javi Martinez, Robben, Muller, Rodriguez, Ribery, Lewandowski. Subs: Starke, Wagner, Sule, Thiago, Bernat, Rudy, Tolisso.

Real Madrid

Navas, Carvajal, Ramos, Varane, Marcelo, Modric, Casemiro, Kroos, Lucas, Ronaldo, Isco. Subs: Casilla, Vallejo, Benzema, Bale, Hernandez, Asensio, Kovacic.

Referee: Bjorn Kuipers (Oldenzaal)

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Liverpool soundly defeats AS Roma 5-2 in Champions League Semi-finals

"The greatest match I've seen in 30 years at Anfield," Reds fans react to their club's win against Roma.

Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp said his side will withstand another Roma match next week after seizing control of their Champions League semi-final first leg tie with an amazing performance highlighted by “world class” superstar striker Mo Salah. Mohamed Salah led the Red’s onslaught to leave Roma with a mountain to climb to get back. The Egyptian forward dazzled his former club with 2 exquisite goals, taking his goal tally for the campaign to 43, and 2 assists as Liverpool swept into a 5-0 lead before conceding two late goals to Roma. The 5-2 result means Roma must replicate their brilliant comeback against Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals to deny Liverpool a spot in the Champions League final in Kiev on 26 May. Klopp, concerned by the probable loss of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain for the rest of the season through injury, said his men will be ready for a backlash at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome next Wednesday.

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“Since I arrived Liverpool has always had to take the more difficult way but in the end Liverpool always succeeded and that’s what we have to do again,” Klopp said. “If one of my players doesn’t think Roma will try to come back, then he will not play. The boys played a brilliant game over a very long period. Even the last minutes, when we conceded, Dejan Lovren was outstandingly good and this ball he misjudged. that is no problem if the full-back is in the right position. We made one mistake and the ref made one mistake and that was two goals for them. We take the penalty. We have to work again in Rome, that is no problem. There would have been work to do if we won 5-0 because Roma would do everything to strike back. What I learned tonight is that we can win the second leg too. Roma need to score against us and we are not Barcelona. Barcelona is one of the two or three best teams in the world and won so many things in the last few years. We didn’t so we will fight with all we have for the result.”

Mohamed Salah was on fire. Former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard said of the PFA player of the year Mo Salah.

“Without a shadow of a doubt he is the ‘best player on the planet’ right now.”

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Klopp said that mantle had to be earned over a longer period than one season but has no doubt of the former Roma player’s credentials.

“Outstanding, pretty much not able to defend,” said Klopp, who substituted Salah at 5-0 and saw Liverpool’s performance dip markedly. “The first 15 minutes we needed to adapt to their formation and then we played how we played and he has a massive impact on that. The first goal is just a genius strike, he scored already a few like this which makes clear it is no coincidence. The second is brilliant play, Bobby Firmino between the lines and he makes the pass and then Mo makes the other two goals. If anyone wants to say it is my mistake that we concede the two goals because I change the striker, I have no problem with that. Mo was running all the time and it would not have helped us if he gets an injury. What a player. If you think he is the best in the world, write it or say it. He is in outstandingly good shape, world-class shape, but to be the best in the world you need to do it over a longer period, I think. The other two are not bad.”

Roma manager Eusebio Di Francesco said memories of the three-goal comeback against Barcelona would give Roma hope for the second leg.

“Let me remind you once again the tie is not over, and we have proved it,” said Di Francesco. “We have shown we can come back. We scored three goals at home against Barcelona, so we can do it. If any of my players does not believe we can win, they can stay away from the second leg.”

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German Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich take on Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League semi-final tie at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday in a repeat of last season's quarterfinal clash. Manager Jupp Heynckes's Bayern booked their spot in the semis with ease having overcome Sevilla 2-1 in the quarters, while Los Blancos' progress was slightly more difficult. Zinedine Zidane's side appeared to be strolling through when they thrashed Juventus 3-0 in the first leg in Turin. However, a remarkable come back in the return leg saw Bianconeri secure three goals. The tie looked to be heading into extra time until Real Madrid were awarded a controversial last-minute penalty that superstar striker Cristiano Ronaldo converted to secure a 4-3 aggregate victory. Great last minute Bayern Munich v Real Madrid tickets are still available from LiveFootballTickets!



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Liverpool's Mohamed Salah named PFA player of the year

Mohamed Salah has been named as the Professional Footballers’ Association player of the year for the 2017-18 season. The Liverpool forward beat Kevin De Bruyne to take men’s award. Manchester City’s Leroy Sané is voted young player of the year. Salah was crowned PFA player of the year … then ordered home by his Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.

The Egypt international saw off competition from the Manchester City trio of Kevin De Bruyne, Leroy Sané and David Silva to become the second African player to win the award after Riyad Mahrez of Leicester in 2016. Tottenham’s Harry Kane came third, with De Bruyne second. Salah, who moved to Anfield from Roma last June for a club record fee of £36.9m, has scored 41 goals in his debut season as Jürgen Klopp’s side have reached the semi-finals of the Champions League.

Salah was asked what it meant to become the first Egyptian to win the award.

“Hopefully I’m not the last one. I’m very proud to win and I’ve worked very hard. It’s an honor to win this award especially because it was voted for by the other players,” said Salah.

Salah was presented with the award at the Grosvenor Hotel in London on Sunday evening, with Man City’s winger Sané voted as young player of the year. 

Mo Salah won the PFA Player of the Year award for 2017-18 on Sunday night. The Liverpool forward, 25, beat Kevin de Bruyne, Harry Kane, Leroy Sane, David Silva and David de Gea in the vote by his fellow players. Manchester City's Sane won the young player prize, while Chelsea's Fran Kirby won the Women's Player of the Year award. Bristol City's Lauren Hemp was named Women's Young Player of the Year.

"I am happy and proud," Egypt international Salah said. "I didn't have my chance at Chelsea. It was clear I would return and show everyone my football. I think I left and came back a different person, man, and player. I would like to thank my team-mates and everyone at the club for helping me to make this happen.”

Salah has scored 31 goals in 33 Premier League matches for Klopp's Liverpool side and leads the race for the 2018 Golden Boot. The Egypt international's 31st league goal against West Brom on Saturday put him alongside Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez, who share the record for a 38-game season. Mo scored in both legs of Liverpool's 5-1 aggregate victory over Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-finals, as well as 4 goals in their EPL victory over Watford in March. The £34m summer signing from Roma, is just the 5th footballer to earn more than 40 goal involvements in a single Premier League season (31 goals, 9 assists). Salah also won the BBC readers vote. BBC Sport readers were asked to select their winner from the six-man shortlist and the Liverpool forward got 76% of the votes.

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Mohamed Salah - 2017-18 Premier League Stats to date

Appearances: 33

Shots on target: 64

Goals: 31 Minutes played: 2,657

Assists: 9 Chances created: 57

Shots: 132 Passes completed: 684

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah could be off to Real Madrid in the summer. In a shocking report today, reportedly Spanish La Liga giant club Real Madrid will hand Mohamed Salah the No.11 shirt when he leaves Liverpool for the Bernabeu this summer. According to claims in Spain Florentino Perez has ‘closed’ a stunning deal for the winger, and Salah will take Gareth Bale’s shirt number who is expected to leave Real Madrid this summer. Spanish outlet Don Balon, known for outlandish transfer claims, reported that the former Roma and Chelsea man is set to leave Anfield for Los Blancos. And the La Liga giants see Salah as the perfect man to combine with Cristiano Ronaldo in their attack. Mo Salah went off injured in Liverpool’s win over Manchester City in the Champions League on Wednesday, and may not feature against Everton tomorrow. Barcelona are reportedly preparing a huge Arsenal swap deal proposal to beat Real Madrid to signing. The 25-year-old Salah has been in top form this season, netting 40 goals in all competitions for the Reds. 


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Mohamed Salah with his Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said he was "happy to have the opportunity" of being Salah's manager and added it was an "unbelievable honor" to win the award.

"It's been a fantastic ride but we still have games to go," Klopp said. "But please grab the trophy and come home. We play on Tuesday!"

"Everything he touches seems to go in the back of the net and he is having one of those seasons where you go out on the pitch not hoping you are going to score, but knowing you will. As a striker, I know that it is a great feeling to have," said Match of the Day pundit Alan Shearer.

"Salah was supposedly over-priced when Liverpool paid £36.9m for him last summer but you could triple that fee and no-one would bat an eyelid - not that they would consider selling him now," BBC Sport pundit Rachel Brown-Finnis.

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“The source of happiness for millions” Egypt reacted to Salah's award. “Everything he touches goes in the net.”

"To do what Salah has done in his first season at Liverpool is incredible. He has scored so many goals but he is also unselfish - he will always pick the best option even if that means he doesn't score but the team does," BBC Sport pundit Dion Dublin.

Manchester United Kevin De Bruyne was a close second. Many believed it was a two-horse race between Salah and De Bruyne for the men's Player of the Year award. Belgium international De Bruyne played a key role in Man City's title-winning campaign. He has provided more assists (15) and created more chances (104) than any other player in the Premier League this season, as well as scoring eight goals. The 26-year-old joined City for a then club record fee of £55m in 2015 and has won one Premier League title and two League Cups.

Kevin de Bruyne - 2017-18 Premier League stats to date

Appearances: 34 Shots on target: 36

Goals: 8 Minutes played: 2,836

Assists: 15 Chances created: 104

Shots: 84 Passes completed: 2,052

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola talked about why he believed De Bruyne should have won the award.

"When you are analyzing 9 months or 10 months then there was no player better than him,” said Guardiola. "In terms of the continuity and playing every three days in all competitions he was there. I am sorry, maybe with numbers, there are numbers guys better than him, but no player in this season with the team who wins the title five games before the end, and he was the best. I would like to feel that he deserved it. But at the end in summer time we will be at home being champions and for that to happen the players have to play."

De Bruyne, who took 14% of the votes came in second. Man United goalkeeper De Gea was third with 6%, while Spurs striker Kane picked up 3% of the selections. De Bruyne's team-mates took up the final two spots, with Silva on 1% and Sane failing to win a single vote. Five Manchester City players were also named in the PFA team of the year, including De Bruyne and Silva. Sane missed out on a spot but defenders Nicolas Otamendi and Kyle Walker and striker Sergio Aguero represented the champions.

Leroy Sane beat Harry Kane to win the Young Player Award. Sane, 22, has scored 9 goals and provided 12 assists as part of the Premier League title-winning Man City side this season. He is central to Guardiola's attacking blueprint of width, pace and elusive running and has scored important goals in victories against Liverpool and Arsenal this season. The German international beat Kane to the award as well as City team-mates Ederson and Raheem Sterling. Sane played an important role in Manchester City's title-winning season. Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford and Fulham's Championship Player of the Season Ryan Sessegnon were also shortlisted.

"I am really honored to win this award," said Sane. "Thank you to the fans and my team-mates. Congratulations to all the players who played alongside me. They played a good season."

England manager Gareth Southgate was pleased to see four English players nominated for the award and said the country has "exciting players and talent" coming through ahead of the World Cup in Russia. Bristol City's Hemp, 17, is her club's top scorer this season and has produced a number of exquisite performances in the Women's Super League 1. The forward was also named England's Young Player of the Year in 2017 after an impressive campaign with the U19s.

PFA Women's Player of the Year 2017-18 Chelsea's Kirby was 'humbled' to win award. Kirby, 24, was one of five Chelsea players shortlisted for the Women's Player of the Year award as the club chases the treble this season. She scored for England against France in the SheBelieves Cup last month and is Chelsea's top scorer this season.

"It is humbling for me," she said. "I have to say a massive thank you to everyone who voted for me. It's good to see people don't mind me scoring against them once in a while!

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Aaron Ramsay scored for Arsenal in the second half


Soon to retire manager Arsene Wenger leads his Arsenal side to a big win against West Ham

Arsenal 4-1 West Ham

Arsenal goals: Nacho Monreal 51”, Aaron Ramsay 82’, Alexandre Lacazette 85’, Alexandre Lacazette 89’

West Ham goal: Marko Arnautovic 64’

In a redeeming match at the Emirates, Alexandre Lacazette’s late double sealed Arsenal 4-1 rout against West Ham.

Wenger was pleased with his side's performance.

“I think we are at the moment top of the home league. We constructed patiently our win in the first half, it was tough to find space. From the second half onwards we looked like we could score as we found more space. At 1-1 you could see we were wobbling or not and the second goal killed them," said Gunners boss Arsene Wenger after his side defeated West Ham 4-1.

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When Wenger took charge as manager of Arsenal, the Frenchman made immediate changes to the diet of his side taking steak, chips, chocolate, and beer off the football players' menu.

Arsenal’s manager was asked about his decision to step down despite a year left on his contract. 

“First of all I am focused on the game. At the end of the day my job is to win the next game and we have to make a separation between the feelings and emotions that come with such a decision as well as with the job and I want to do my job well until the end. I am in this job for a long time,” replied Arsene Wenger. “I have gone through very difficult times so you learn to deal with difficult situations.I will come out on that a bit later but at the moment it is important to focus on what matters. That means the results in the next games. After the game we have another game. After the season maybe. I believe that what is interesting for people is to know who’s in charge of the club and team. I dedicate my whole life to making this club a solid club with strong foundations and I always said I want to leave the club with an opportunity for the new guy to come in to find a solid and ambitious club. I will focus on the game. My life is to win games. That is what I will do. I hope the team will deal with positive emotions. We have had some adversity and I think in last the games I would like the team to be supported well. We have had a good season at home. We want to finish the season well.”

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Regarding the Elneny injury, Wenger said: “It doesn’t look good on his ankle.”

Frenchman Wenger was diplomatic when asked about his future and whether he jumped before he was pushed.

“Look, I have nothing to add. I think it was in my statement what I wanted to say. Apart from that, I have nothing to say.”

West Ham manager David Moyes was asked whether 4-1 was a fair result.

“The last 10 minutes it might have been but before then we were good for a point," said Moyes. “The young should have headed it away, why he ducked I have no idea. We’re distraught for the team, as I thought the team effort was incredible. I am more disappointed in the last five minutes but maybe I had too many attacking players on.”

Aaron Ramsay scored the Gunners’ second goal. Ramsey talked about the win and Wenger.

“We took a bit of time to get going; it was very hot out there, but I don’t want to make excuses.”

On Wenger’s imminent departure: 

“Obviously, it’s really tough to take," said Ramsey. "He’s believed in us, backed us and given us all these opportunities. I owe him a lot and he deserves everything he gets. We’re not thinking about who’s coming in next and it’s all about doing it for him and hopefully, we can end up with a cup.”

Speaking after Arsenal’s 4-1 defeat of West Ham, soon to retire Arsenal manager Arsend Wenger talked about his feelings for the giant London football club and fans he has worked for for 22 years.

“I’m happy when the fans are happy and I’m even ready to suffer to make them happy. If sometimes they make me happy as well by singing, I will take it” said Arsene Wenger. “Every single decision I made during my 22 years was for the good of Arsenal and every single decision was with the priority of doing well for the club. I tried to influence the club on structure, development of players and style of play. To combine the three is not always easy and I believe I leave a club that is in a very good position. My target was always to do that and give continuity to the guy who comes in after me so we can be better in the next 20 years. That’s my wish.”

“I am not resentful and I do not want to make stupid headlines,” added Wenger. “I just feel if my personality is in the way of what I think our club is ... for me, that is more important than me staying. That is all I want to say. It is nothing to do with the fans. The fans were not happy and I can understand that. It’s my job. I have to live with that. I can accept that.”

Wenger spoke for the first time about his decision to retire at the end of the 2017-18 season even though he has one more year on his contract. Wenger made it clear he was “not tired” and wanted to continue working in football even though it would be “emotionally difficult” for him to manage another English Premier League side. Wenger did not explain in full why he chose to break his contract, stating that he would wait until he had left the club to talk about it. The Frenchman spoke for the first time about the bitter divisions that have been created among Arsenal’s fanbase. It had not damaged him personally, he said, but it had been bad for the club’s reputation.

“I believe this club is respected all over the world, much more than in England, and our fans did not give the image of unity that I wanted. That was hurtful because I feel the club is respected over the world and, overall, the image we gave from our club is not what it is – and not what I like,” said Wenger. “I feel this club has a fantastic image and, for me, that is absolutely vital. We can speak and speak and speak but sport is about winning and losing and the supporters have to accept you will lose games, even when I will not be here any more. But it is about something bigger than just winning or losing and that was always a worry: how the club is perceived worldwide, for kids playing in Africa, China and America and the dreams it can create for young children who want to play football.”

Wenger continued to talk about how Arsenal is perceived worldwide.

“I don’t know if it was damaging but it was not corresponding to how I feel our club is perceived – and has to be perceived – all over the world. If you travel with us – and I travel a lot – this club is respected all over the world and that is down to work, the way we play football, the way we behave and the way we treat people. I want that to go on, to be respected and to give the image I think is right. It is more than the money, more than the result. It is the way the club is received and the impression it leaves all over the world.”



Ospina; Bellerin, Mustafi, Koscielny, Monreal; Xhaka, Elneny; Iwobi, Ramsey, Welbeck; Lacazette. Subs: Mertesacker, Aubameyang, Holding, Chambers, Maitland-Niles, Macey, Nelson.

West Ham

Hart; Rice, Ogbonna, Cresswell; Zabaleta, Kouyate, Noble, Masuaku; Fernandes, Joao Mario; Arnautovic. Subs: Carroll, Lanzini, Hugill, Adrian, Hernandez, Evra, Cullen.

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German news outlet Kicker claim former Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel has snubbed a move to Bayern Munich in favor of a switch to Arsenal. They claim the ex-Borussia Dortmund boss will head to north London to replace Arsene Wenger at the Emirates.

Reportedly Thomas Tuchel will replace Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager this summer


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Manchester City are the 2017 - 2018 England Premier League champions. Going into MatchWeek 36, City are still setting historical records. There is a battle raging for a top four EPL Table finish to qualify for next season's UEFA Champions League. Liverpool are still in the running to win the 2018 Champions League after defeating Man City. Manager Arsene Wenger has announced he will retire from Arsenal at the end of this season. Chelsea Fc will face Manchester United in the FA Cup final. Be there to watch football history being made in live action before your eyes. Last minute 150% guaranteed Manchester City tickets, Liverpool tickets, Manchester United tickets, Chelsea tickets, Spurs tickets, Everton tickets and Arsenal tickets are still available securely online for great seats for the remaining fixtures of the season. Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side have their eye on the UEFA Champions League trophy and being crowned "Kings of Europe". Buy the very best, legal, authentic Liverpool v AS Roma tickets and AS Roma v Liverpool semi-finals Champions League tickets securely now from - order your tickets now online and join in the fun and live action at Anfield and Stadio Olimpico on April 24 and May 2nd!


Manchester City 5-0 Swansea City

An in form Manchester City side celebrated winning the Premier League with a stunning home performance for their fans, and lots of goals coming from David Silva, Raheem Sterling, Kevin de Bruyne, Moto Silva, Gabriel Jesus and company in an inspirational display of talent at the Etihad. City made 1015 passes in their big 5-0 win on Sunday against the Swans who were unable to score a single goal. Ederson gets credit for the clean sheet. City are the first Premier League club ever to break the 1000-pass barrier. City had 83% possession. The massive win takes Man City up to 90 points, 16 points clear of Manchester United. They need two more wins to break Chelsea’s record points tally from 2004-05. City visit West Ham next week.

An inspired Kevin De Bruyne took a couple of touches, looked up and sent a hard hit superb shot past Swan's goalie Lukasz Fabianski from 25 yards, the ball whizzing off his right foot and soaring into the top-right corner! What a phenomenal goal by one of Man City's key football players!

“I don’t score a lot of goals inside the box. I get more opportunities to shoot from far away," said Kevin de Bruyne. "You try it. You know you have a clean strike, you feel it. It is the first time for me to be a champion and it feels nice. I was with my family, I was playing mini-golf with my son when City were confirmed as champions. It was a very nice feeling. We wanted to perform in this game. The fans enjoy it if you give the effort and play the way we did today.”


Man City

Ederson; Danilo, Kompany, Laporte, Delph; Gundogan; B Silva, De Bruyne, D Silva, Sterling; Jesus. Subs: Bravo, Walker, Sane, Mendy, Otamendi, Toure, Foden.


Fabianski; Van der Hoorn, Fernandez, Mawson; Naughton, King, Ki, Carroll, Olsson; Jordan Ayew, Andre Ayew. Subs: Abraham, Dyer, Nordfeldt, Routledge, Clucas, Bartley, Roberts.

Referee: Craig Pawson.

Premier League Table Matchweek 34


Going into England Premier League Match-Week 35, the EPL “Big Six” clubs occupy the top six spots on the EPL table. Pep Guardiola's Manchester City side sit well ahead of the rest in first place with 84 points from 32 matches in the 2017-18 season. Man City, Man Utd, Liverpool, and Tottenham Hotspur are in the top 4 spots on the Premier League Table on the road to earning qualification in next season’s Champions League tournament! Swansea City, Stoke, and West Bromwich remain in danger in relegation spots at the bottom of the Premier League Table.


1 Manchester City 90

2 Manchester United 74

3 Liverpool Fc 71

4 Tottenham Hotspur 64

5 Chelsea Fc 63

6 Arsenal 57

7 Burnley 53

8 Leicester 44

9 Everton 42

10 Newcastle 41 

11 Bournemouth 38

12 Watford 38

13 Brighton 36

14 West Ham 35

15 Huddersfield 35

16 Crystal Palace 35 

17 Swansea City 33

18 Southampton 29

19 Stoke City 29

20 West Brom Albion 25

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Mo Salah is the top goal-scorer to date in the Premier League this season.

Top Premier League goal scorers

Watch Premier League hot goal scorers in live action! Liverpool's superstar striker Mo Salah has scored x goals to date in the EPL's 2017-18 season. Tottenham's Harry Kane is in second in the race for the Golden Boot award this campaign.


Mohamed Salah, Liverpool, 31 goals, 9 assists

Harry Kane, Spurs, 26 goals, 2 assists

Sergio Agüero, Man City, 21 goals, 6 assists

Raheem Sterling, Man City, 18 goals, 8 assists

Romelu Lukaku, Man Utd, 16 goals, 7 assists

Jamie Vardy, Leicester City, 17 goals, 1 assist

Roberto Firmino, Liverpool, 15 goals, 7 assists

Alexandre Lacazette, Arsenal, 13 goals 3 assists

Son Heung-min, Tottenham Hotspur, 12 goals, 5 assists

Eden Hazzard, Chelsea, 12 goals, 3 assists

Álvaro Morata, Chelsea, 12 goals, 5 assists

Glen Murray, Brighton, 12 goals, 2 assists

Gabriel Jesus, Manchester City, 11 goals, 3 assists

Christian Eriksen, Tottenham, 10 goals, 9 assists

Riyad Mahrez, Leicester City, 10 goals, 8 assists

Sadio Mane, Liverpool, 10 goals, 7 assists

Marko Arnautovic, West Ham, 10 goals, 4 assists

Wayne Rooney, Everton, 10 goals, 2 assists

Luka Milivojevic, Crystal Palace, 10 goals, 1 assist

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Man United's David de Gea has the most clean sheets this season

Premier League Most Clean Sheets

1. Manchester United 

2. Manchester City 

3. Chelsea 

4. Tottenham Hotspur 

5. Liverpool 

6. Burnley 

7. Arsenal 

8. Swansea City 

9. Brighton and Hove Albion 

10. Huddersfield Town 

11. Leicester City 

12. West Ham United 

13. Newcastle United 

14. Watford 

15. Everton 

16. West Bromwich Albion 

17. AFC Bournemouth 

18. Crystal Palace 

19. Southampton 

20. Stoke City 

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Man United's No.1 David de Gea has the most clean sheets in the EPL to date

Top Premier League goalkeepers – clean sheets

The record for the most clean sheets in one season: 24, Petr Čech (for Chelsea, 2004–05). The record for the longest consecutive run without conceding a goal: 14 games (1,311 minutes), Edwin van der Sar (for Manchester United, 2008–09). More about Premier League top goalies.


David de Gea, Manchester United, Spain

Ederson Moraes, Manchester City, Brazil 

Thibaut Courtois, Chelsea, Belgium 

Hugo Lloris, Tottenham Hotspur, France 

Nick Pope, Burnley, England 

Petr Cech, Arsenal Czech, Republic 

Lukasz Fabianski, Swansea City, Poland

Jonas Lössl, Huddersfield Town, Denmark  

Kasper Schmeichel, Leicester City, Denmark

Lloris Karias, Liverpool Fc

Ben Foster, West Bromwich Albion, England

Jordan Pickford, Everton 

Matt Ryan, Brighton and Hove Albion, Australia 

Simon Mignolet, Liverpool, Belgium 

Jordan Pickford, Everton, England

2018 England Premier League Assists

1 Kevin De Bruyne Manchester City 15

2 Leroy Sané Manchester City 12

3 David Silva Manchester City 11

4 Paul Pogba, Manchester United 10

4 Dele Alli, Tottenham Hotspur 10

6 Henrikh Mkhitaryan, 9

6 Christian Eriksen, Tottenham Hotspur 9

6 Mohamed Salah, Liverpool 9

9 Jóhann Gudmundsson, Burnley 8

9 Mesut Ozil, Arsenal 8 

2018 England Premier LeagueTickets, Results


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Premier League Results


Saturday, 7 April 2018 - Week 33

AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace

Arsenal v Southampton 

Brighton v Huddersfield Town

Chelsea v West Ham United 

Everton v Liverpool 

Leicester City v Newcastle United

Manchester City v Manchester United

Stoke City v Tottenham Hotspur 

Watford v Burnley

West Bromwich Albion v Swansea City


Saturday, 14 April 2018 - Week 34

Burnley v Leicester City

Crystal Palace v Brighton

Huddersfield Town v Watford

Liverpool v AFC Bournemouth

Manchester United v West Bromwich Albion

Newcastle United v Arsenal

Southampton v Chelsea

Swansea City v Everton

Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester City

West Ham United v Stoke City


Saturday, 21 April 2018 - Week 35

AFC Bournemouth 0-2 Manchester United

Arsenal 4-1 West Ham United

Brighton 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur

Chelsea v Huddersfield Town

Everton v Newcastle United

Leicester City 0-0 Southampton

Manchester City v Swansea City

Stoke City 1-1 Burnley

Watford 0-0 Crystal Palace

West Bromwich Albion 2-2 Liverpool

Premier League Tickets


Upcoming 2918 EPL Fixtures


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Saturday, 28 April 2018 - Week 36

Burnley v Brighton

Crystal Palace v Leicester City

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Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion

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Saturday, 5 May 2018 - Week 37

AFC Bournemouth v Swansea City

Arsenal v Burnley

Brighton v Manchester United

Chelsea v Liverpool

Everton v Southampton

Leicester City v West Ham United

Manchester City v Huddersfield Town

Stoke City v Crystal Palace

Watford v Newcastle United

West Bromwich Albion v Tottenham Hotspur


Sunday, 13 May 2018 - Week 38

Burnley v AFC Bournemouth

Crystal Palace v West Bromwich Albion

Huddersfield Town v Arsenal

Liverpool v Brighton

Manchester United v Watford

Newcastle United v Chelsea

Southampton v Manchester City

Swansea City v Stoke City

Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City

West Ham United v Everton

Tottenham Hotspur vs. Manchester City - Premier League

Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola

Premier League Big Six Managers


The overall control of the England top-tier Premier League by the top six sides called the "Big Six" has increased this season primarily due to their dedicated, skilled, creative managers as well as the top talent the managers have recruited and attracted for their titan clubs. The “Big Four” of the 2000’s threatened to take over the Premier League for years to come, but Spurs and City managed to break in. Nipping at the heals of the Big Six clubs are Burnley, Everton, and Leicester City. However, it will be difficult now for another team to establish themselves among the powerful, rich elite clubs that control the top of the table. The England Premier League is the top, most competitive and most unpredictable pro football league in the world. The gigantic sums of money Premier League teams can now offer their recruits has improved the quality of famous superstar players they can now attract. Here are some articles and photos of the "Big Six" managers:


Arsenal: Arsene Wenger

Chelsea: Antonio Conte

Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp

Manchester City: Pep Guardiola

Manchester United: Jose Mourinho and Jose Mourinho's rant

Tottenham Hotspur: Mauricio Pochittino


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