• The Canadian Press

    Soccer star flattens pitch invader during Women's CL match

    LONDON (AP) — Sam Kerr took matters into her own hands — or rather her left shoulder — when a man holding a cellphone entered the field and held up play during a big Women’s Champions League match. The Chelsea striker, who is Australia's captain and one of the world’s best players, walked near to the man as he was finally being ushered back off the field and then knocked him to the ground, to cheers from fans. The incident happened during Chelsea’s 0-0 draw with Juventus at Kingsmeadow and Kerr

  • The Independent

    Captain Cesar Azpilicueta demands immediate response from Chelsea after dip

    The Blues twice threw away leads to draw 3-3 with Zenit in Russia on Wednesday evening.

  • Evening Standard

    Azpilicueta demands Chelsea standards improve to avoid a repeat of last season’s title challenge collapse

    Cesar Azpilicueta warned his faltering Chelsea teammates not to repeat the mistakes of last season after their recent slump continued against Zenit on Wednesday night. A 3-3 draw cost Thomas Tuchel’s side top spot in their Champions League group – meaning they qualified for the knockout stages as runner-up to Juventus. It followed Saturday’s 3-2 defeat to West Ham, which saw them drop from first to third in the Premier League.

  • The Guardian

    The days of Lampard and Pirlo have gone for NYC FC. And the team is better than ever

    The days of Lampard and Pirlo have gone for NYC FC. And the team is better than ever. The club began life by pulling in famous names from Europe. But, after taking a more low-key approach they are in their first MLS Cup final