Paris Saint Germain have been forced to choose between their two megastar forwards, while Borussia Dortmund have denied the sale of Ilkay Gundogan.By Eurosport | World of Sport – 10 hours ago
7 Truths: Tottenham's woeful defence, Barcelona's footballing perfection, Juergen Klopp's last magical act
Our seven-pronged Saturday analysis also includes the shambles that is Newcastle United, Aston Villa's huge upcoming month and more.By Eurosport | Pitchside – 10 hours ago
1. Unless they fix their defence, Spurs are better off missing out on Europe altogether: Seriously, did you see Southampton’s first goal? It’s been a problem for Tottenham far too often, no matter who’s in charge. Spurs have considerable clout in the transfer market, but it may take more than just making big acquisitions to shore them up at the back. Nabbing Federico Fazio seemed like a big deal, but going by the evidence on the pitch it will take a lot more than high-end headhunting for Mauricio Pochettino to forge the sort of back line that can withstand a sustained challenge for the moneyRead More »from 7 Truths: Tottenham's woeful defence, Barcelona's footballing perfection, Juergen Klopp's last magical act
Eurosport's Marcus Foley reports from Loftus Road as QPR moved nearer the drop with a 0-0 draw against West Ham.By Eurosport | Pitchside – 11 hours ago
The weaknesses remain familiar: a chronic lack of pace married with defensive frailty that elite Premier League sides expose with regularity.
However, as evidenced by a spirited performance in a scoreless draw against West Ham attests, QPR are a better side under Chris Ramsey than Harry Redknapp.
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They were the more inventive side throughout and unlucky not to emerge with all three points after Charlie Austin missed a penalty and Richard Dunne had a goal disallowed.
There have certainly been more impressive resurgences. Vast improvements at Aston Villa and Crystal Palace garner more attention.
Alex Netherton despairs for Newcastle's current plight, but insists there is only one way the suffering supporters can help break the cycle.Pitchside – 11 hours ago
To lose seven games in a row is quite some achievement, but Newcastle managed it with their defeat at home to Swansea City.
It is not many teams that can look well beaten when they are a goal up, but again, they managed it when other clubs would at least flail accidentally to a point from that position.As it was, Swansea simply kept playing to a competent standard and found themselves with an easy three points.
Do not be fooled, this was not a close match, even if there was only a goal separating the teams at full time. It wasn’t quite a rout, but only because Swansea are suffering from a fewRead More »from There's only one way Newcastle United fans can rescue their club from Mike Ashley
Carragher said Neville's amateur side won their league because they had the "most money".By Eurosport | World of Sport – 11 hours ago
Sky Sports pundits Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville have been engaging in some hilarious banter on social media recently.
The duo, former rivals during their playing days for Liverpool and Manchester United respectively, boast over 3 million combined Twitter followers and clearly love entertaining their fans as well as eachother on the platform.
Neville, along with United's famous Class of '92 stars, has just seen his Salford City side lift their Evo-Stik North trophy and made sure to tweet several photos of the post-match promotion party - much to Carragher's amusement.
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The midfielders joined the 500 club in games against West Brom and Espanyol on Saturday.By Eurosport | World of Sport – 12 hours ago
Steven Gerrard and Xavi made their 500th league appearances for Liverpool and Barcelona respectively on Saturday.
Liverpool captain Gerrard joins an exclusive list of players to have played more than 500 times in the Premier League while his Barcelona counterpart earns the honour of being one of football's most decorated players in terms of trophies.
Xavi has won seven Liga trophies, two Copa del Reys, three UEFA Champions League titles, two UEFA Super Cups and a pair of FIFA Club World Cups with the Blaugrana.
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The Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund stars tried to embarrass eachother at Puma's boot launch event.By Eurosport | World of Sport – 14 hours ago
They're two of Europe's best players and have clubs clambering over eachother to sign them, so it's no surprise to see Sergio Aguero and Marco Reus becoming the face of another Puma ad campaign.
Although both have suffered injury problems this season they still found time to take to the pitch for the launch of PUMA’s new evoSPEED 1.3 Graphic in an undisclosed location in Germany.
The competition tested the duo's skill, speed and agility in one of the more unusual football encounters of recent times.
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Coltorti became the most unlikely of heroes during Leipzig's game against Darmstadt.By Eurosport | World of Sport – 15 hours ago
Everyone loves a goalscoring 'keeper, especially ones who score last minute winners!
This goal from the German second division has made headlines across Europe after being scored by none other than 34-year-old goalkeeper Fabio Coltorti.
The RB Leipzig shot stopper became the unlikeliest of goalscorers as the Saxons produced a comeback to beat SV Darmstadt 2-1 at the Red Bull Arena Leipzig.
Leipzig's last-gasp victory is absolutely crucial and sees Achim Beierlorzer’s side maintain their promotion push where they sit within three points of Darmstadt.Read More »from RB Leipzig goalkeeper Fabio Coltorti scores last-minute winner for German side
The world heavyweight boxing champion told Yahoo Germany he fights the best available contenders ahead of his defence vs Bryant Jennings.The Pugilist – 16 hours ago
World heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko has rubbished claims he carefully selects favourable fights ahead of his latest title defence, and suggests the unbeaten trio of next opponent Bryant Jennings as well as Deontay Wilder and Britain’s own Anthony Joshua could provide exciting challenges.
Klaus Bellstedt of Yahoo Sports Germany had the opportunity to sit down with Klitschko this week to discuss boxing as well as politics, travel and life as a ‘star’.
Of course, the state of the heavyweight division came up and once again, Wladimir responded to claims within the sport that his titleRead More »from Wladimir Klitschko: People claim I pick 'soft' opponents, but never offer any suggestions
McIlroy may be the best at golf but he's not so good at arm wrestling competitions.By Eurosport | World of Sport – 17 hours ago
The world's top ranked golfer has finally found something he's not good at.
Rory McIlroy attended a Nike-sponsored event on Friday where he ended up in an arm wrestling match against up-and-coming youngster Brad Dalke.
With Dalke being eight years younger than his peer you'd expect it to be a rather comprehensive victory for Northern Ireland's richest sportsman.
But instead, the 17-year-old beat McIlroy in a matter of seconds and made it look rather easy.Read More »from Rory McIlroy loses arm wrestling competition against 17-year-old golfer