• The Canadian Press

    Al-Hilal beats Wydad to reach Club World Cup semifinals

    RABAT, Morocco (AP) — Saudi Arabian champion Al-Hilal equalized with a stoppage-time penalty before beating Wydad Casablanca in a penalty shootout to reach the Club World Cup semifinals on Saturday. Al-Hilal won the shootout 5-3 following a 1-1 draw and will face Copa Libertadores champion Flamengo of Brazil in the semis. Saudi midfielder Mohamed Kanno struck with a penalty in the 93rd minute against the African Champions League winner after Yahya Jabrane handled the ball and was sent off. Kanno

  • The Independent

    Liverpool’s misery plunges to new depths with Wolves thrashing

    Wolves 3-0 Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp’s side have yet to win in the Premier League in 2023

  • The Canadian Press

    Benzema to miss Mallorca game, doubtful for Club World Cup

    MADRID (AP) — Karim Benzema and Éder Militão will miss Real Madrid’s Spanish league match at Mallorca on Sunday due to minor injuries, coach Carlo Ancelotti said. Ancelotti added that both players will travel with the team to the Club World Cup in Morocco next week, even though their availability is still doubtful. “Militão and Karim are both undergoing tests. It is nothing serious,” Ancelotti said on Saturday. “Tomorrow, they are not going to play but they will travel with the team to the Club

  • The Canadian Press

    Messi's goal helps French leader PSG beat Toulouse 2-1

    PARIS (AP) — Lionel Messi's second-half goal helped a lackluster Paris Saint-Germain beat Toulouse 2-1 to move eight points clear at the top of the French league on Saturday. The superstar struck with a typical curling strike in the 57th minute following a move with Morocco right back Achraf Hakimi, who drew PSG level late in the first half after free kick specialist Branco van den Boomen put Toulouse ahead in the 20th. PSG was without injured forwards Kylian Mbappé and Neymar and relied heavily