MANCHESTER, England (AP) — Manchester City's 4-1 rout of Liverpool on Saturday was marred by more off-field trouble as one of English soccer's fiercest rivalries turned toxic again. Despite securing a statement win in the race for the Premier League title, the defending champions were left to condemn an apparent attack on their rivals' team bus and address “hateful” chants from its supporters. Pep Guardiola, meanwhile, was forced to defend his touchline antics, after accusations he showed a lack
Boos rang around Stamford Bridge after the loss to Aston Villa – Chelsea’s fourth at home since Potter took charge.
Boxer and former World Champion Anthony Joshua said that he “doesn’t need boxing to be special” in an interview ahead of his match against Jermaine Franklin. "You know how tough it's going to be but the looking forward to it is 'I've been here, I belong here,” he said commenting on hi feeling on the day of the match.