• Evening Standard

    Arsenal loanee William Saliba helps Marseille shut out Kylian Mbappe and PSG: ‘The best game of my career’

    Arsenal loanee William Saliba hailed the best performance of his young career as his Marseille side shut out Paris Saint-Germain’s superstar forward line. Marseille held their Ligue 1 rivals to a goalless draw in a game Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar all started as Mauricio Pochettino’s men failed to break down a home side that also included another Arsenal loanee, Matteo Guendouzi, in midfield. PSG were reduced to ten men midway through the second-half as Achraf Hakimi was sent off.

  • The Independent

    What is going wrong with Manchester United and will Ole Gunnar Solskjaer stay?

    The United boss is under severe pressure after a humiliating defeat at home to bitter rivals Liverpool.

  • The Independent

    Liverpool’s thrashing of Man United another key step in Jurgen Klopp’s journey

    As the Liverpool manager reached a significant milestone and the club celebrated one of its greatest ever wins, the sense that the Reds are on a mission to reclaim their Premier League title has never felt stronger

  • The Canadian Press

    Madrid excels as Barcelona struggles, Atlético stutters

    MADRID (AP) — Real Madrid, Real Sociedad and Sevilla are the ones getting things done in the Spanish League. After the first 10 matches, it’s close at the top with six teams within three points of the lead. Madrid is the powerhouse looking the best as defending champion Atlético Madrid stutters because of its unusual defensive problems and Barcelona continues to struggle without Lionel Messi. Sociedad and Sevilla are the outsiders showing the most potential so far. Sociedad has 21 points from 10