John Terry got a deserving send-off, Harry Kane did it again, and Arsenal’s streak is over. Thus ends another chapter of the English Premier League.
With their current team, Tottenham Hotspur need to start winning trophies. But they have something no other PL side can take from them: Harry Kane.
Remember when all those footballers were going to China? Well, one is coming back. Brazilian midfielder Paulinho is headed to Bayern… for some reason.
Is there an Arsène Wenger excuse generator yet? Plus, Pep discusses the difference between City, Bayern and Barcelona as we near the end of the EPL season.
Friday, Chelsea officially clinched the title. They even did so through a shock Batshuayi goal. But we can’t assume he’ll set the league ablaze next season.
Wednesday afternoon, Real Madrid did just enough to see off Atlético in the Champions League. Again. And no, it’s not because of the away goal.
On Tuesday, Monaco’s wonderful Champions League run came to a screeching halt. It was fantastic for the club, but what comes next probably won’t be.
On Monday, Chelsea ran right through Middlesbrough—essentially wrapping up the Premier League “race” in the process. But that’s not all.
Friday afternoon, Tottenham fell to West Ham, and the title race that never was mercifully came to and end. But that was never going to stop the narratives.
Juventus are closing in on their 6th straight Serie A title, and with little resistance. But winning their first UCL title since ’96? It’d mean the world.
Another wondrous UCL performance from Cristiano Ronaldo gave Real a big advantage over Atlético in leg one. Or in other words: It was the same old story.
This week, Tottenham will get the chance to be within 1 point of Chelsea before the league-leaders even play. Does that really make a difference, though?
When it comes to relegation from the EPL, it’s Sunderland’s time. And Middlesbrough aren’t far behind. But, Burnley is on a slippery slope as well.
It looks like this will finally be the season Arsenal’s top-four streak comes to an end. On the other hand, who will join Tottenham and Chelsea in Europe?
Eden Hazard got the scoring started Tuesday, and from there it continued much the same way for Chelsea. We aren’t still surprised, right?
Defensive miscues were the order of the day as an all too familiar scene played out for Tottenham at Wembley on Saturday. But they need to get over it.
We’re not ready to call it a title race in England. We’re just not. But now that it’s closer, how much pressure falls at the feet of Tottenham?