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Monchengladbach back up to second
Borussia Monchengladbach jumped back up to second place in the Bundesliga with a 3-0 victory over struggling Stuttgart.
Ligue 1: Lille salvage point
Nicolas Pepe scored an injury-time penalty to salvage a point for second-placed Lille in a 1-1 draw at home to Reims.
Premier League needs VAR, right now! - Benitez fumes over Dean's decisions
Mike Dean sent off DeAndre Yedlin and denied Ayoze Perez's penalty appeals, leading to Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez calling for VAR.
Copa Libertadores: Tevez named on Boca bench for Superclasico final
Boca Juniors head coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto has found no place in his team to face River Plate for forward Carlos Tevez.
Eredivisie: Feyenoord extend winning run
Feyenoord extended their winning streak to five Eredivisie matches after four second-half goals inspired them to a 4-1 victory over Emmen.
Solari salutes Real Madrid character after 'ugly' Huesca win
Real Madrid claimed a slender 1-0 win away to Huesca on Sunday, and Santiago Solari believes it showed their "character".
Berbatov defends under-fire Lukaku
Romelu Lukaku has been disappointing this season, but Dimitar Berbatov thinks the criticism of him has been unhelpful.
Hearts give indefinite bans to two fans
Hearts have given indefinite bans to two fans for allegedly directing racial abuse at Motherwell's Christian Mbulu.
Reading 'approach Vitoria over Castro'
Reading have made contact with Portuguese club Vitoria de Guimaraes over head coach Luis Castro, Sky Sports News understands.
Newcastle United 1 Wolves 2: Doherty punishes Yedlin red with late winner
DeAndre Yedlin was dismissed but Wolves had to wait until deep in added time for their winning goal away to Newcastle United.
Raheem 'right to tackle racism'
Shola Ameobi believes Raheem Sterling is right to speak out after he was allegedly racially abused in Manchester City’s 2-0 defeat at Chelsea on Saturday.
WSL: Stanway keeps Man City unbeaten
Manchester City remain unbeaten in the Women's Super League after a 1-0 win against Birmingham moved them level on points with leaders Arsenal.
Huesca 0 Real Madrid 1: Bale ends drought as Solari's men edge to victory
Huesca squandered golden chances to equalise and earn a famous result against Real Madrid and instead succumbed to Gareth Bale's strike.
Deeney jokes he'll 'smash' former Watford star Richarlison
Richarlison will face former club Watford for the first time on Monday, and Troy Deeney quipped that he can expect a bruising.
Bale ends longest LaLiga goal drought
Real Madrid's Gareth Bale waited 802 minutes and took 40 shots before ending his LaLiga goal drought with strike against Huesca.
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Gerrard: Players failed miserably
Steven Gerrard was left "hugely frustrated" after Rangers were held to a draw by Dundee, saying players given a chance had "failed miserably".
Hazard: Man City the best team in the Premier League despite Chelsea win
Despite his Chelsea side ending Manchester City's unbeaten run in the Premier League, Eden Hazard feels they remain the team to beat.
Football will win over violence, claims CONMEBOL president
Football will triumph in the Copa Libertadores final second leg between Boca Juniors and River Plate, according to CONMEBOL's president.
Saponara explains cheeky celebration after last-gasp leveller
Sampdoria hit an equaliser in the 99th minute to claim a 2-2 draw against Lazio, with the goal memorably celebrated by Riccardo Saponara.
Alcorcon support Reus Deportiu over unpaid players
Reus Deportiu carried out a protest in the first minute of their game at Alcorcon on Sunday, with the home side backing their opponents.
'Spurs need trophy to keep Poch'
Tottenham must win a trophy to ensure Mauricio Pochettino will stay with the club, says Dimitar Berbatov.
Godin and Filipe Luis return to Atletico training
Atletico Madrid head coach Diego Simeone has Diego Godin and Filipe Luis available for his side's Champions League clash with Club Brugge.
Berba: Lukaku offers more than goals
Romelu Lukaku is worth more to Manchester United than just goals, according to Dimitar Berbatov, who believes Lukaku's United team-mates can do more.
Kick It Out condemns alleged racist abuse of Sterling
Lord Herman Ouseley believes the incident involving Raheem Sterling at Chelsea highlights "what is still going on" in football.
FA to investigate alleged Sterling abuse
The Football Association says it will look into the alleged racial abuse suffered by Manchester City's Raheem Sterling at Chelsea on Saturday.
Luiz accepts criticism is part of job
Chelsea's David Luiz accepts criticism is part of a defender's job and declined to answer his detractors after 2-0 win against Manchester City
Euro papers: Duo target Fabregas
The January transfer window is just three weeks away meaning clubs across Europe are hastily trying to put the finishing touches to deals.
Martino salutes Atlanta's grand plan
Gerardo Martino's last act as Atlanta United coach was to guide the club to a 2-0 victory over Portland Timbers in the MLS Cup final.
LISTEN: Sunday Supplement podcast
Listen to the latest Sunday Supplement podcast as Andy Dunn, Jason Burt and Jonathan Northcroft discussed the weekend's big talking points.
Who will win PL title and why?
Sunday Supplement journalists assess the title race, City showing 'vulnerability' and where Liverpool need to improve.
Mourinho: Diogo Dalot can be new Gary Neville
Gary Neville was a Manchester United icon but manager Jose Mourinho feels Diogo Dalot can be a worthy long-term successor at right-back.
Schurrle: Fulham talent not enough
Andre Schurrle has warned his Fulham team-mates their talent counts for nothing unless they put in the hard work on the pitch and turn around their dire form.
Darmian admits he misses Serie A
Manchester United full-back Matteo Darmian has admitted he misses Italy amid rumours linking him with a return to Serie A.
Sterling hits out at media coverage of black players
Manchester City's Raheem Sterling posted a message on Instagram criticising the media coverage received by black footballers.
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Everton 2 Watford 2: Digne salvages draw with 96th-minute free-kick
'Talisman Morelos must improve discipline'
Carra: Klopp has evolved
Barcelona could 'steal' Kane, says Pochettino
Barcelona withdraw support for US match
WATCH: Poch on Redknapp's jungle win
Nev: Sterling confided in me
Barcelona pull out of plan to play LaLiga game in Miami
Struggling Villarreal appoint Garcia Plaza as Calleja successor
Pochettino to keep an eye on Inter when Spurs face Barcelona
EFL: Five things to look out for
EFL: Five things to look out for
Will Auba be Arsenal's superhero?
Djorkaeff expected Henry to struggle with Monaco
Isco 'most loved' in Madrid dressing room, says Carvajal
Huddersfield probe homophobic chanting
Maidana: River want Real Madrid clash
Silva unsure about severity of Neymar's injury
It makes the award look diminished - Bale surprised by Puskas snub
Ballon d'Or winner Modric wants to retire at Real Madrid
River Plate's Copa Libertadores star Gonzalo Martinez confirms January departure
Liverpool trio Keita, Mane and Salah on CAF shortlist for POTY award
Ballon d'Or sexism row over 'twerk' remark
Watford fans' Rainbow Laces mosaic
Mackay-Steven carried off in cup final
Gracia out to 'build something special'
Liverpool v Everton: Shaqiri proving a cut-price Coutinho at Anfield
Huddersfield appeal Mounie red card
Hodgson unhappy with Brighton penalty
United's struggles continue
'Kante-Jorginho together could work'
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Why Martinez deserves MLS MVP prize
Leo unties any game - Valverde hails mesmeric Messi
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