• The Canadian Press

    Lille drops more points in French league, held 1-1 by Brest

    PARIS (AP) — Defending champion Lille dropped more points after a 1-1 draw against Brest in the French league on Saturday. Both goals came in the first half. Canada forward Jonathan David put the hosts ahead in the 18th minute with a left-footed strike into the bottom left corner after a through ball from Jose Fonte. Romain Faivre equalized for Brest in the 31st from a free kick. Inconsistent Lille trails leader Paris Saint-Germain by 12 points after 11 matches. PSG, which has a game in hand, pl

  • The Canadian Press

    MATCHDAY: Day of big rivalries in European soccer

    A look at what’s happening in European soccer on Sunday, when some of the world's biggest rivalries play out: ENGLAND Liverpool takes the Premier League’s only unbeaten record to Manchester United for what is historically the biggest match in England. In Mohamed Salah, the visitors also have one of the world's in-form players. The Egypt forward has scored in each of his last nine appearances for Liverpool, a club record. United is in sixth place having failed to win any of its last three games b

  • The Canadian Press

    Villarreal loses to Athletic, continues to struggle in Spain

    MADRID (AP) — Villarreal's struggles in the Spanish league continued with a 2-1 loss at Athletic Bilbao on Saturday, with striker Gerard Moreno not finishing the game because of an injury. Villarreal was coming off a 4-1 away win over Young Boys in the Champions League, but Unai Emery's team now has lost two in a row in the Spanish league and sits only 13th in the standings. Moreno had to leave the match in the first half because of a muscle injury. Defender Juan Foyth also couldn't finish the m

  • The Guardian

    ‘No time to lose’ if Manchester United are to mount title bid, admits Solskjær

    ‘No time to lose’ if Manchester United are to mount title bid, admits Solskjær