Mauricio Pochettino defended his team selection after Tottenham Hotspur suffered a “cruel” 2-1 defeat by Inter Milan in their Champions League Group B opener at the San Siro on Tuesday. With England right back Kieran Trippier and Belgium central defender Toby Alderweireld left out of the squad for what Pochettino described
Roberto Firmino had an eye for goal just when Liverpool needed a winner against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League. Liverpool had thrown away a two-goal lead at Anfield on Tuesday, with Kylian Mbappe striking an 83rd-minute equalizer, but the French World Cup star’s carelessness at the other end proved costly
One of the most iconic and prestigious footballing event the Champions League is all set to return on Tuesday night with heavyweight clashes. Paris Saint Germain will be traveling to England to take on last years runner-up Liverpool. Liverpool, on the other hand, may find itself in a tricky situation as
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is hopeful striker Roberto Firmino will be fit for Tuesday's Champions League match with Paris St-Germain at Anfield. The Brazilian suffered an eye injury in the win over Tottenham on Saturday but a hospital examination showed there was no lasting damage. "If the game was today, no chance.
After finally getting off the mark for Juventus in the league, Cristiano Ronaldo has his sights set on his favorite competition: the Champions League. Ronaldo was under pressure after three games without scoring for Juventus since his move from Real Madrid, but he broke his mini-drought with two goals in Sunday’s
Barcelona icon Lionel Messi has said he was surprised Real Madrid sold Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus, and he believes the move has weakened Los Blancos considerably. Speaking to Catalunya Radio Messi declared Juve as one of the favourites to capture this year's UEFA Champions League after Ronaldo's arrival, but added he believes
Celtic set up a tie with AEK Athens by eliminating Rosenborg in the Champions League second qualifying round. A goalless draw in Trondheim meant Celtic's 3-1 first-leg win was sufficient to beat the Norwegians. The hosts dominated the first 45 minutes, Marius Lundemo having a powerful header saved by Craig Gordon with