Champions League

Harry Kane Answered Questions On Twitter And It Was Amazing

Thursday marked 10 years since Harry Kane made his Premier League debut, and he decided to take to social media to celebrate. He fielded questions on Twitter and Instagram, answering various inquiries, including his favorite goals and cheese. These were the best responses.

Cabezazo Salvador De Erick Gutiérrez Mantiene Vivo El Sueño Champions Del PSV

Los sueños del PSV de meterse a la fase de grupos de la Champions League 2022-23 están más vivos que nunca y mucho tiene que ver en eso el mexicano Erick Gutiérrez, quien con un cabezazo agónico y salvador reanimó a su equipo cuando las esperanzas parecían perdidas.

El club neerlandés necesitaba un triunfo por cualquier marcador para sacar del camino al AS Monaco y seguir avanzando en las rondas clasificatorias de la competición eurorpea. Sin embargo, los del principado estuvieron a un pelo de convertir el Philips Stadion en un mar de lágrimas. 

USA’s Malik Tillman Shows Ridiculous Hops To Complete UCL Comeback For Rangers

Malik Tillman, take a bow, if you’re done getting up. 

Tillman, a 20-year attacking midfielder who surprised Germany by switching nationalities to represent the United States in May, left Bayern Munich on loan to Rangers this summer. He’s already becoming a club hero in Scotland.

When Is The Champions League Group Stage Draw? Here's The Latest

The Champions League draw 2022-23 date is set for Thursday, Aug. 25, and we're close to knowing the 32 qualified teams that'll be drawn into eight groups of four. The group stage draw takes place in Istanbul, Turkey (also the location of the final) at 12 p.m. ET with English-language coverage provided by CBS Sports on Paramount+ and Spanish on Univision and TUDN. 

It's worth mentioning that the group stage will be contracted over an eight-week period this fall because of the start of the 2022 World Cup on Nov. 21.

Pochettino Finally Speaks After PSG Firing: ‘That Was A Foul By Benzema’

Mauricio Pochettino has delivered his first public comments since being fired by Paris Saint-Germain on July 5 and immediately replaced with Christophe Galtier. The 50-year-old Argentine came out firing, questioning the point of a project that can't even generate enthusiasm around a league title or follow any sort of longterm sporting plan.

Disgraceful Fenerbahçe Fans Chant ‘Vladimir Putin’ At Ukrainian Players After Conceding A Goal

Dynamo Kyiv defeated Turkish side Fenerbahçe 2-1 on Wednesday to advance to the third round of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League. What should have been a joyous moment for the Ukraine club was marred by Fenerbahçe fans chanting “Vladimir Putin” at the Dynamo Kyiv players.

Wednesday’s game was an intense contest that saw a Fenerbahçe player sent off in the 53rd minute and then a game-winning goal for Dynamo Kyiv in the 114th minute. The Putin chants came in the 57th minute after Ukrainian midfielder Vitaliy Buyalskyi scored the game’s opening goal.

What's Happening In The Cristiano Ronaldo Transfer Saga?

Every lock has a key, but not every key fits in every lock. Even the best have their limits. This summer, Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with a move away from Manchester United following the club’s dismal 2021-22 Premier League campaign that saw the club finish sixth with its fewest points total ever. The Red Devils will be playing Europa League soccer in the fall, and reportedly Ronaldo is less than happy and wants a move away, but where can he go?

Barcelona, $1 Billion In Debt, Can’t Stop Spending Money — How Is It Possible?

FC Barcelona’s money issues are no secret. The Spanish giant famously had to let Lionel Messi leave for PSG after a violation of LaLiga’s financial fair play rules. In March 2021, the club was technically bankrupt. Prior to the 2021-22 season, La Blaugrana were not able to register the salaries of Memphis Depay and Eric García until several players accepted wage deferments. All the while, Barcelona debt reached a reported $1.32 billion. 

Better Now? How Juventus Could Line Up After Impending De Ligt Transfer

Nine successive Serie A titles followed by two campaigns where Champions League qualification seemed a shallow silver lining, Juventus’ fall from grace has been clear to see in recent years. This summer has seen several big names depart Turin, and the Bianconeri will be hard-pressed to find adequate replacements in order to once again fight for the Scudetto.

How A Pulisic Transfer Fits Into The European Merry-Go-Round

At present, the European football transfer revolving door is in full swing. Players are looking for new clubs and clubs are looking for new players with massive transfer fees flowing in the opposite direction. With many new confirmed transfers emerging in recent days, it seems that a move for Champions League winner Christian Pulisic could be on the cards.

Pages