Fri Jun 03 2016
'Toughest part of the season' coming for league leaders City - Guardiola
Guardiola warns his side that they must be at their best through the busy Christmas period.
'He's a top player' - Conte lauds Son Heung-min
Antonio Conte heaps praise on Son Heung-min, claiming he has all the attributes to be a top player.
The good, the bad and the ugly for Pochettino in PSG last-gasp draw
Pochettino said the feeling is "ambiguous", after Wijnaldum scored in the last minute to salvage a 1-1 draw.
Spurs hold-off late charge as Warriors fall
Spurs withstand fourth quarter rally to inflict rare home defeat on Warriors.
Curry sinks buzzer-beating three from the logo
Steph Curry sinks a long three to beat the buzzer in the third quarter.
Simeone backs Atletico to turn poor form around after defeat
The loss means Atletico Madrid are now 10 points behind local rivals Real Madrid in the LaLiga title race
Ancelotti not taking Real Madrid's top spot for granted
Real Madrid now have an eight point lead at the top of LaLiga over Sevilla, who have a game in hand
Rose and Nagelsmann discuss controversial Der Klassiker penalties
Both coaches gave their views on the two controversial penalties that decided Der Klassiker
Goals will come for Grealish - Guardiola
Guardiola backed Grealish to start scoring more goals after his missed chances in their 3-1 win over Watford
Xavi left frustrated by Barcelona's Betis defeat
Barca now find themselves 16 points behind leaders Real Madrid after Saturday's 1-0 loss to Real Betis
Howe dedicates first win to Newcastle fans
Eddie Howe praised Newcastle's spirit after their first PL win of the season, a 1-0 home victory over Burnley
Klopp delighted with 'incredible finisher' Origi
Klopp praised Origi's incredible finishing coming off the bench after his injury time winner against Wolves
Tuchel bemoans sloppy Blues after Hammer blow
The Chelsea boss felt his side gave away cheap goals as they were beaten 3-2 by West Ham.
Moyes hails Hammers resilience in comeback win
Moyes says West Ham didn't play well, but their character and resilience helped them beat Chelsea 3-2
Is this the biggest Premier League title race ever?
Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool are turning it into a three-horse race for the Premier League title...