“I had never seen anything quite like that in my life as far as the trauma and the sound."
Premier League clubs are already preparing for next season. Here's all the news and rumors.
The best of the rest go head-to-head on Saturday. But will it be a classic?
Ernesto Valverde’s team is marching toward the title in his first season in charge at the Nou Camp.
Antonio Conte's Chelsea have had the upper hand over Jose Mourinho's Manchester United so far.
In seven meetings in La Liga, Barcelona has beaten Eibar each time and scored 26 goals.
Mauricio Pochettino and Arsene Wenger battle for bragging rights—and more—again at Wembley.
Many expect the 30-year-old coach to be the next manager at Bayern Munich.
Paris Saint-Germain is enjoying an 11-point cushion at the top of the French table.
Pep Guardiola’s team won the reverse fixture 5-0 at the Etihad Stadium in September.
Ernesto Valverde’s team already has an 11-point lead on Real heading into the game.
The circumstances surrounding the fixture may be similar to last year, but this season the league is very different.
Inter Milan's turnaround under Luciano Spalletti has shocked Italian football.
Manchester United, traveling to north London to take on Arsenal, is already eight points behind Manchester City.
There is just one round of group stage games left.
The 14-time major champion has not played competitively in 10 months.
Douglas confirmed she was a victim of Larry Nassar, who faces 25 years in jail.
Lonzo Ball’s father accused the team of being too “soft.”
The Los Angeles Lakers sit dead last in 3-point percentage.
Owner Mike Ashley wants to sell after 10 years in charge.
The rookie may be scoring triple-doubles but he should be wary of walking away from a fight.
The Spanish club is used to showing its financial might in the transfer market.
The league leader is looking to get even stronger in the new year.
Cleveland is ninth in the Eastern Conference.
Arsenal hosts Mauricio Pochettino’s team at the Emirates Stadium.