The two-horse race continues for yet another year.
It wasn’t an easy day at the office for Tottenham, but it sure was satisfying.
With each passing week, Harry Kane is hitting some staggering milestones.
Tuesday was memorable for Harry Kane and Cristiano Ronaldo. That was just the beginning.
Regardless of who wins the Confederations Cup, we’ve been given a solid primer ahead of the World Cup—particularly with Germany, Mexico, Portugal and Chile.
Maybe Cristiano Ronaldo is leaving Spain, maybe he isn’t. Maybe we’ve got a transfer saga on his hands, maybe we don’t. But who would be potential suitors?
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.
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.
Tottenham’s Harry Kane has picked up an injury, and it’s a fairly serious one. Let’s not try to spin this as some sort of positive in the long run, okay?
With the rumored transfer fee for Paul Pogba hovering around £95-£100 million, we look back at record fees throughout the years. Where did it all begin?
On Sunday afternoon, sans Ronaldo for almost 100 minutes, Portugal was able to outlast France and become European Champions. Once more, the hosts shrunk.
It’s not Portugal’s fault for taking advantage of every break that’s gone their way at the Euro. All that matters are results, and they keep getting them.
We’re almost there, aren’t we? Two big matchups—Portugal v. Wales, Germany v. France—will produce our Euro 2016 Final. What can we expect?
After going 5-3 in our Euro 2016 Round of 16 predictions, it’s time to breakdown the four matches making up the quarterfinals. Which countries will advance?
If you’re Neymar, do you ever leave Barcelona?
Iceland frustrated Portugal most of Tuesday afternoon en route to a historic draw. Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t see it that way. Cristiano Ronaldo is wrong.
We’ve got Ronaldo, a rebuilt Austria side, and two nations in Iceland and Hungary that are stronger than you think. What can we expect from our final group?
What happens when rivals battle for club football’s most prestigious title? Saturday, Real Madrid square off against Atlético. What can we expect?