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#19: Sadio Mane scores fastest PL hat-trick
In May of 2015, Southampton’s Sadio Mane scored three times in 2 minutes and 56 seconds against Aston Villa to record the fastest hat-trick in Premier League history.
Blaise Matuidi completes move from PSG to Juventus
France midfielder Blaise Matuidi completed his move from Paris Saint-Germain to Juventus on Friday.
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Premier League's greatest XI : Part 1
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Premier League, Gary Lineker. Alan Shearer, Ian Wright and Danny Murphy debate the best XI in PL history. In Part 1, they determine the best goalkeeper and defenders...
Conte can’t stop laughing when asked about Costa
Antonio Conte's latest response to the Diego Costa questions: Laughter.
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Top five goals in Tottenham, Chelsea fixture
Check out the top five goals in the history of Tottenham v. Chelsea.
Tottenham look to improve Wembley form v. Chelsea
Former Tottenham and Chelsea player Eidur Gudjohnsen discusses the sides' upcoming matchup, including Tottenham's recent issues at Wembley and the added pressure for Chelsea this season.
Recent matches have spiced up Chelsea v. Tottenham
The Chelsea and Tottenham rivalry dates back to 1967, but this London derby has really heated up in recent years as they have met on multiple big occasions. The two sides meet again this Sunday at 11:00am...
Transfer Rumor Wrap: Tottenham set to make Ajax’s Sanchez its record signing
Tottenham are set to break the bank for one of South America's top young defenders.
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Costa: Chelsea “won’t decide my fate”
As each day passes, the impasse between Chelsea manager Antonio Conte and Diego Costa grows.
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West Bromwich rejects latest bid from Man City for Evans
Manchester City are chasing the signing of Jonny Evans, but West Bromwich won't let him go without a fight.
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Pique: For first time in career, Barca star feels “inferior to Madrid”
Gerard Pique does not have the sort of personality that makes admitting defeat an easy proposition.
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Bundesliga preview: Schalke, BVB chase Bayern Munich
"American soccer is really developing," Howedes said. "And who knows, I also can imagine to play there some day in the future.”
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FC Barcelona releases statement after terror attack
Las Ramblas is just a 20-minute ride from the Camp Nou, and the Catalan club hosts Real Betis on Sunday.
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AC Milan and Napoli likeliest challengers to Juve’s crown
Juventus' six-year Serie A domination could end this year.
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Top Premier League story lines – Week 2
Christian Benteke will look to again score against his old side when Palace heads to Liverpool.
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VIDEO: Giovanni Reyna stars for USYNT with goal, assists
A USMNT legend with a talented son, Claudio could be better known as "Giovanni Reyna's dad" status one day.
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Europa wrap: Milan runs riot; Everton wins; USMNT’s Horvath posts clean sheet
AC Milan scored six, and Club Brugge's American goalkeeper didn't allow a thing in Europa League playoff round action.
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Everton 2-0 Hajduk Split: Toffees cruise in Europa League first leg
There could've been more goals, and Jordan Pickford had work to do, but Everton was very good in Europa League play.
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#20: Wayne Rooney’s 250th goal for Man United
In his final season with Man United, Wayne Rooney became the club’s all-time leading goalscorer as he scored a stunning free kick to overtake Sir Bobby Charlton with 250 goals.
America’s latest Bundesliga teenager eyes the future
He turns 19 this month, and is earning praise from Howedes and Nastasic. Who is Weston McKennie?
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Clement says Sigurdsson fee could leave Swans better off
Could Sigurdsson's fee be the goodbye gift that keeps on giving for a Swans side which is considered a relegation candidate?
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LIVE – Everton, AC Milan, Ajax in Europa League action
Three of the big boys are a mere 180 minutes from the Europa League group stage.
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Previewing all 10 Premier League games – Week 2 (Video)
JPW looks ahead at the team news, main talking points and more ahead of the PL action this weekend.
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Tottenham end Chelsea’s 13-match win streak
Chelsea had won a PL record-tying 13 straight matches going into a match with Tottenham last season, but the Blues could not break the record as Spurs won 2-0. The two sides clash again this Sunday at 11am...
From Madrid, to Paris, to Las Palmas, to Stoke: Jese loaned again
Jese will attempt to relaunch his stuttering career in England after leaving Paris Saint-Germain.
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#21: Paulo Di Canio’s incredible volley
West Ham legend Paulo Di Canio scored the goal of the season in 2000 as he showed his off impressive technique with this volley.
First female ref set to take charge in Bundesliga
After a decade in the second division, Bibiana Steinhaus will make history by becoming the first woman to referee in the top flight.
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Prince-Wright’s Premier League picks – Week 2
Pro Soccer Talk's editor and lead writers selects the scores for this weekend in the Premier League.
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3-time Champions League winner Valdes retires
After winning more than a dozen major trophies, Victor Valdes is calling it quits on his playing career.
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Watch, Stream live: Premier League TV schedule – Week 2
Where can you watch all the Premier League action this weekend? Here's the full schedule, plus streaming info.
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Spurs’ first signing imminent? Wimmer out; Sanchez in
After standing pat for 2.5 months, are Spurs finally about to come to life in the transfer market?
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Barcelona’s Suarez out for a month with knee injury
The hits just keep on coming for Barcelona, the tiny, scrappy Spanish club that just can't catch a break.
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Transfer Rumor Roundup: Another Alexis link; Zlatan, the coach?
Sanchez is linked with a move away from Arsenal (again), and Spurs might actually sign someone.
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Costa statement: ‘I must return to Atletico Madrid’
Costa turned up the pressure on Chelsea, claiming he has eyes Atletico Madrid and no one else.
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Championship Focus: Bluebirds flying, Villa second-last
The three clubs relegated from the Premier League last season all sit within the Top 8 after three match days.
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MLS Snapshot: Montreal Impact 3-0 Chicago Fire
The three points move Montreal to within two points of the East's final playoff position.
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Forbes ranks the top supporters in Major League Soccer
The Galaxy finish third in the rankings, while the sixth-place New York Red Bulls edge New York City FC by one spot.
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Europa League preview: Everton, Milan, Marseille take next steps
Premier League participants Everton will be seeking a result at home against Hajduk Split from Croatia.
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Barcelona GM: “We’re close to signing Coutinho, Dembele”
Segura could simply be treading water for new manager Valverde after being worked over by its El Clasico rivals.
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VIDEO: Asensio, Real Madrid outclass out-of-sorts Barca; PSG trolls?
Across the continent, Paris Saint-Germain seemed to troll Barcelona by Tweeting shots of Neymar.
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Carlos Bacca joins Villarreal, Boateng leaves Las Palmas
Las Palmas said that Boateng was leaving due to "personal reasons of an irreversible nature."
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Man City has $23 million Evans bid shot down by WBA
Would West Brom sell at any reasonable price? The Baggies are not deep at center back at all.
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UCL wrap: Napoli, Celtic win big; Nwakaeme volleys beauty (video)
Home sides in Italy, Scotland, Greece, and Israel posted wins. Spanish side Sevilla did manage a road win.
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Brighton breaks transfer record (again) with Izquierdo (video)
Brighton lost to Man City 2-0 on Saturday and next faces Leicester City at King Power Stadium.
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Tottenham and Chelsea face off at Wembley Stadium
Joe Prince-Wright previews the headline match of Chelsea look to get on track in their title defense as Tottenham play their first game of the season at Wembley Stadium.
Man City host Everton on Monday afternoon
Joe Prince-Wright previews the final match of Round 2 in the Premier League with Man City and Everton looking for their second win of the Premier League season.
Matuidi having a medical at Juventus ahead of move from PSG
Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Blaise Matuidi was having a medical at Juventus on Wednesday ahead of a potential move to the Serie A club.
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Huddersfield hope to continue dream start
Huddersfield’s started their first season in the Premier League with a resounding 3-0 win over Crystal Palace. The Terriers look to continue their run as Newcastle come to town.
Arsenal look for win at Stoke City
Coming off a thrilling win over Leicester City, Arsenal head to the bet365 Stadium for a tough match against Stoke City.
Crystal Palace, Liverpool clash at Anfield
Joe Prince-Wright discusses the upcoming matchup between Crystal Palace and Liverpool as Palace look to continue their success at Anfield.
Burnley host West Brom in Round 2
Burnley looks to build off their surprise win over Chelsea during opening weekend as they host West Brom.
Southampton, West Ham look for first win
Joe Prince-Wright previews the Round 2 match between Southampton and West Ham from St. Mary’s Stadium.
Leicester City host Brighton in Round 2
Joe Prince-Wright previews the Round 2 Premier League match between Leicester and Brighton which sees Brighton continue a difficult start to their first PL campaign with a trip to the King Power Stadium.
Bournemouth welcome Watford to Vitality Stadium
Bournemouth, coming off a defeat to West Brom, host Watford who got a point from a 1-1 draw against Liverpool.
Man United set to take on Swansea City
Joe Prince-Wright previews Man United v. Swansea City as United look to continue their strong form as they travel to the Liberty Stadium.
Furious Cristiano Ronaldo responds to five-game ban
Real Madrid and Portugal star hits out over five-game ban for pushing referee.
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LIVE – Champions League playoff: Napoli, Celtic, Sevilla in action
Follow all of the action from the UCL playoff first legs on Wednesday.
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SERIE A 2017-18: 5 key players signed in the off season
Here's a look at five offseason signings to watch in the upcoming Serie A season:
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Spanish federation maintains five-match ban for Ronaldo
The Spanish soccer federation has ratified its decision to suspend Cristiano Ronaldo for five matches.
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USMNT’s John Brooks out three months with thigh injury
Big blow for the U.S. national team ahead of crucial 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
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Transfer Rumor Roundup: Saints won’t sell Van Dijk; Aurier to Tottenham
VVD is said to be going nowhere, plus the latest transfer gossip from around the Premier League.
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Harry Kane’s top five goals for Tottenham
Tottenham’s Harry Kane is one goal away from 100 goals for the club. Check out the top five goals of his Premier League career with Spurs.
Premier League player Power Rankings – Week 1
Who were the top 20 players in the PL in the opening weekend of the 2017-18 campaign?
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Everton confirm Gylfi Sigurdsson medical ahead of move
Icelandic playmaker has been spotted in the blue of Everton.
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Report: Danny Rose to Chelsea for $64.3 million
Blues said to be targeting move for Spurs left back following sensational interview.
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Lukaku clinches spot in power rankings after debut
Manchester United's Romelu Lukaku wasted no time shooting to the top of Joe Prince-Wright's power rankings.
Wenger gives update on Sanchez, Chamberlain, Wilshere
Gunners boss reveals the latest situation regarding some of his Arsenal stars.
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The legend of Wright-Phillips grows with latest Red Bulls triumph
The 32-year-old Englishman has now recorded 94 goals in all competitions with the Red Bulls, after adding two more to his tally on Tuesday night.
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Red Bulls storm back against FC Cincinnati to reach Open Cup final
Bradley Wright-Phillips continued his legend with the New York Red Bulls on Tuesday night, recording a brace in the side's 3-2 win over FC Cincinnati in the U.S. Open Cup semifinals.
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SERIE A 2017-18: Guide to promoted teams in Italy’s top tier
A look at Spal, Hellas Verona and Benevento as the promoted teams prepare for the start of the Italian league season this weekend.
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BUNDESLIGA 2017-18: Guide to the two promoted teams
A look at Stuttgart and Hannover as the promoted teams prepare for the opening weekend of the Bundesliga.
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Reports: Newcastle adds Joselu; Chasing Wilshere, three others
Joselu came to Stoke from Hannover 96 two years ago but struggled to find First Team time under Mark Hughes.
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Video: FC Cincinnati holds halftime lead against Red Bulls
Corben Bone's blast in the 31st minute has the USL side ahead. Can Cincinnati hold off Bradley Wright-Phillips and the Red Bulls, though?
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Pogba on Manchester United return: “I have come back as a man”
“When I left I always felt like I had missed something at United because I wasn’t a first XI player," Pogba said.
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On precipice of history, Gareth Barry joins West Brom
Barry, 36, has the second-most appearances in league history, and will soon chase down Manchester United's Ryan Giggs.
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UEFA Champions League: APOEL, Liverpool lead; Bizarre own goal lifts CSKA Moscow
A must-see miscommunication between keeper and center back hurt Young Boys in one of five UCL ties.
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Alexander-Arnold’s free kick UCL goal “a thing of dreams”
Trent Alexander-Arnold is not yet 19 years-old, and he has a UEFA Champions League marker on his record.
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Klopp after UCL first leg win: “Result is okay… We need Anfield”
Klopp said his club gambled a bit too much but provided a bunch of good chances that went unfinished.
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Hoffenheim 1-2 Liverpool: Reds nab away goals
Mark Uth scored for Hoffenheim, which will need at least two goals at Anfield on August 23.
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Colorado Rapids fire head coach Pablo Mastroeni
Ex-Sheffield Wednesday youth team coach Steve Cook will take over as interim coach.
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Reports: Swansea, Everton agree to $58 million Sigurdsson fee
Swans purchased Sigurdsson in 2014 for $12 million, and have now made $46 million on midfielder.
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On the Road: Arsenal fans take over Blind Pig NYC
Arsenal fans from the New York area and around the world converged on the Blind Pig in New York City to watch their beloved Arsenal open the Premier League season against Leicester City.
VIDEO: Alexander-Arnold free kick gives Reds halftime lead in UCL
Sadio Mane's danger was evident, and the Senegalese forward won the Reds a free kick from inside 25 yards.
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Men in Blazers podcast: Liverpool CEO Peter Moore joins Rog
Rog speaks with Liverpool FC CEO Peter Moore about the career odyssey that lead him to the boardroom of his childhood club.
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LIVE – UEFA Champions League playoff: Liverpool face Hoffenheim
Follow all of the UCL action on Tuesday as Liverpool head to Germany to play upstarts Hoffenheim in leg one.
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Urawa beats Chapecoense to win Suruga Bank Cup
J-League side Urawa Reds beat Brazil's Chapecoense in the Suruga Bank Championship on Tuesday.
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World Cup 2026 bid releases list of potential host cities
Initial shortlist revealed for host cities, stadiums ahead of potential World Cup in USA, Mexico, Canada.
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Dele Alli's top five goals from last season
Check out the top five goals from Tottenham's Dele Alli last season.
2008: Tottenham, Chelsea play to 4-4 thriller
Back in 2008, Tottenham and Chelsea faced off in an exciting, back and forth match which saw the sides combine for eight goals. The London clubs meet again this Sunday at 11am ET on NBCSN.
How should Premier League change the transfer window?
What have the PL got to lose by changing up the rules for the summer transfer window?
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All rise for Tottenham v. Chelsea
Premier League mornings return this weekend as Tottenham and Chelsea face off on Sunday at 10:30am ET on NBCSN.
Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha reportedly out injured
Big blow for the Eagles after Zaha leaves Selhurst Park in knee brace.
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Transfer Rumor Roundup: Sanchez to Man City; Carvalho to West Ham
Check out the latest gossip from around the Premier League.
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Intriguing stats from the Premier League’s opening weekend
With Week 1 of the 2017-18 PL season in the books, here's a look at the stats which stood out.
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Report: Chelsea ready for spending spree
Antonio Conte is ready to splash the cash to help Chelsea recover from a slow start to the new season.
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Wolfsburg’s John Brooks could miss Bundesliga opener
USMNT defender John Brooks injured his thigh in his competitive debut for Wolfsburg and could miss Bundesliga opener.
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Three keys for Liverpool vs. Hoffenheim
Here's what Liverpool needs to do to get a result at Hoffenheim.
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USWNT to host South Korea twice in October exhibitions
The U.S. women's soccer team will host South Korea in a pair of exhibitions in October.
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Liverpool set for Champions League return
Here's a look ahead at this week's UEFA Champions League playoff action.
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Hertha Berlin, Hansa Rostock ultras force delay of German Cup game
Flares rained down on fans of Hertha Berlin and Hansa Rostock during a German Cup match Monday.
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Report: Big changes coming to Premier League transfer window
Next year's transfer window could close prior to the start of the season, according to a report.
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Man City signing Mendy back in training
Benjamin Mendy is back in full training, the club announced.
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Transfer Rumor Wrap: Tottenham chasing after Ajax’s Sanchez, West Ham in for Carvalho
Tottenham are on the verge of making its first summer signing, and it's one of the world's top young defenders.
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VIDEO – Top Premier League goals from Week 1
Which goals stole the show during the opening weekend of the Premier League?
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Matchday 1: Impact Player of the Week
Go to Facebook.com/NBCSportsSoccer to cast your vote for Impact Player of the Week.
Top 25 moments in Premier League history: 22-25
We kick off our celebration of the Premier League's 25th anniversary by looking at the top moments in PL history.
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Liverpool issue update on Philippe Coutinho
The latest as Barcelona continue to hunt Coutinho.
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PL Playback: Ranking new stars
PST's lead writer and editor, Joe Prince-Wright, looks back at the crazy opening weekend of the Premier League.
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Barcelona to sign Paulinho from China for $47 million
Barcelona says it has reached a deal with Chinese club Guangzhou Evergrande to buy Brazil midfielder Paulinho.
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Chinese takeover of Southampton completed
Saints have sold 80 percent of club to the Gao family as they aim to continue rapid progress.
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Ronaldo shoves ref, gets five-game suspension
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo received a five-game suspension for shoving a referee. Dan Patrick and the Danettes debate if that's a fair decision.
Cristiano Ronaldo handed five-game ban for pushing referee
Spanish soccer federation come down hard on Ronaldo who is set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
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Top takeaways from Diego Costa’s incredible rant
Breaking down the main talking points from Diego Costa's side of the story as battle with Conte, Chelsea continues.
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Cristiano Ronaldo to get 12-game ban for pushing referee?
Real Madrid superstar pushed a referee in the back after being shown a red card v Barcelona. Now he could face a hefty punishment.
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Liverpool leave Coutinho out of Champions League squad
Back injury, or Barcelona bound? Reds will have to do without Coutinho for first leg of UCL playoff in Germany.
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Lazio beats Juventus 3-2 to win Super Cup after wild finale
Alessandro Murgia scored a last-gasp winner as Lazio beat Juventus 3-2 to win the Italian Super Cup.
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Ligue 1: Falcao scores hat trick as Monaco beats Dijon 4-1
Falcao scored a hat trick as Monaco posted their 14th straight win in Ligue 1.
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Barcelona target Dembele remains suspended by Dortmund
Ousmane Dembele remains suspended "until further notice" as he agitates for a move to Barcelona.
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Costa reveals root of conflict with Conte, banishment from Chelsea
Diego Costa awaits his transfer away from Chelsea, and pays his weekly fines, from his childhood home in Brazil.
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Premier League Matchday 1: Weekend Round-Up
Romelu Lukaku's two goals in his Manchester United debut, Newcastle's Jonjo Shelvey being ejected in a loss and a dreadful start for Chelsea highligted Matchday 1.
Premier League Matchday 1: Sunday Round-Up
Tottenham Hotspur blanking Newcastle and Romelu Lukaku shining in his Manchester United debut highlighted Sunday of Matchday 1.
Begovic, Schmeichel among top saves of PL Round 1
Kasper Schmeichel, Heurelho Gomes, Tom Heaton, Asmir Begovic, Rob Elliot, and Jordan Pickford submit their nominees for Saves of the Round.
Huddersfield's first PL win is top Round 1 moment
Huddersfield Town's 3-0 victory over Crystal Palace in their first-ever Premier League game provides this week's Moment of the Round.
Watch the best goals from Matchday 1
Aaron Ramsey, Sadio Mané, Stephen Ward, Wayne Rooney, and David Luiz all make the cut in the first installment of Goals of the Round.
Ronaldo scores golazo, gets sent off, shoves ref… all in 2.5 minutes
Quite the eventful 150 seconds for Ronaldo, who faces a lengthy ban now.
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VIDEO: Neymar gets first PSG goal, assist, win on his debut
Sunday's debut checked all the boxes for Neymar: a goal, an assist and three points.
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Romelu Lukaku leads United to win over West Ham
Man United's new striker Romelu Lukaku opened his campaign in style scoring two goals as United defeated West Ham 4-0.
Tottenham top 10-man Newcastle
Tottenham and Newcastle were scoreless into the second half, but a Jonjo Shelvey red card tilted the scales toward Tottenham as Dele Alli and Ben Davies scored to earn a 2-0 win.
Lukaku hails debut win, “intense” Pogba friendship, Henry’s tutelage
Lukaku scored twice on his debut, and quickly passed the credit on to everyone but himself.
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Tottenham to host stumbling Chelsea at Wembley
Rebecca Lowe, Robbie Earle and Graeme Le Saux preview Matchday 2 in the Premier League headlined by Chelsea's trip to Wembley Stadium to take on Tottenham.
Bilic laments “disaster result” against “quality” Manchester United
Speaking to NBC's crew at Old Trafford, Bilic didn't want to hear about the absences of Antonio, Kouyate, and Lanzini.
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Romelu Lukaku on United's win, improving his game
Romelu Lukaku discusses his PL debut with Man United, improving as a player and more. For more coverage of this weekend's PL action tune in to Match of the Day II tonight at 12am ET on NBCSN and Premier...
Slaven Bilic: Loss to United a 'disaster result'
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic talks about his disappointment in his side's loss to Man United.
Romelu Lukaku opens the scoring for Man United
Marcus Rashford slots the ball to Romelu Lukaku who strikes a shot off the post and in for his first Premier League goal with Man United.
Mourinho: Man United flying at final whistle
Reaction from Mourinho, Phil Jones, and Romelu Lukaku following a United blowout of West Ham.
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Phil Jones on Man United win, Romelu Lukaku
Man United defender Phil Jones joins the pitchside desk to talk about his side's 4-0 win over West Ham, new additions Romelu Lukaku and Nemanja Matic and more.
Paul Pogba makes it 4-0 for Man United
Paul Pogba hits a shot from outside the box that gets past West Ham goalkeeper Joe Hart to give Man United a 4-0 lead.
Anthony Martial scores Man United's third goal
Anthony Martial pushes Manchester United's lead to 3-0 after taking advantage of some brilliant midfield passing.
Man Utd. 4-0 West Ham: Lukaku delivers goods
Jose Mourinho's men left no doubt who was superior from Moment No. 1.
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Benitez: Kane tackle worse than Shelvey’s red card
"We made a mistake, but I think maybe someone has to analyse these things to see what's more dangerous," Benitez said.
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Pochettino puffs his chest after opening win vs. 10-man Magpies
Spurs deserved every bit of the win once the Shelvey stamp snapped them out of a funk that threatened a scoreless draw.
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Romelu Lukaku scores second goal for Man United
Off a Man United free kick, Romelu Lukaku rises above the West Ham defense and scores with a header to give his side a 2-0.
VIDEO: Romelu Lukaku feasts after Rashford, Matic make difference
Chances were not at a premium as Jose Mourinho's men poured forward at the Irons.
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Tactics Session: Chelsea's defensive struggles
In the Land Rover Tactics Session, Robbie Earle discusses Chelsea's defensive struggles in their 3-2 loss to Burnley.
Newcastle 0-2 Spurs: Dele breaks through
Jonjo Shelvey was sent off and will face a significant ban for stepping on Dele's ankle early in the second half.
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STREAM: Manchester United vs. West Ham United
Old friend Javier Hernandez is on the other side of the pitch when Manchester United hosts West Ham United at Old Trafford on Sunday
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Ben Davies doubles Tottenham's lead
After a succession of Tottenham passes, Ben Davies takes the ball from Christian Eriksen and scores to make it 2-0 against Newcastle.
Christian Eriksen finds Dele Alli for Spurs goal
Christian Eriksen finds Dele Alli in the box who knocks the ball into the back of the net to give Tottenham a 1-0 lead over Newcastle.
Jonjo Shelvey sent off for stepping on Dele Alli
After being called for a foul on Tottenham's Dele Alli, Newcastle's Jonjo Shelvey steps on the ankle of Dele and is given a red card for the offense.
Transfer rumor roundup: Carvalho to West Ham; Mahrez, Wilshere updates
Sixteen of 20 Premier League clubs had a look at their season squads by the time Sunday's transfer rumors hit the Internet
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WATCH: USMNT’s Chandler scores for Eintracht Frankfurt
Chandler continues to be instrumental in his European club but an odd-shaped piece in his national team's jigsaw puzzle.
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Andres Cantor on Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez
Arlo White is joined by Andres Cantor pitchside at Old Trafford to discuss Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez's return to the Premier League with West Ham and the 2018 World Cup.
STREAM: Newcastle United vs. Tottenham Hotspur
Newcastle gets its first taste of the Premier League in more than a year with the debut of Spurs' latest title bid
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MLS Snapshot: NYCFC add to Galaxy’s misery, win 2-0 in LA
LA Galaxy's 2017 season gets worse and worse, now with seven losses in their last eight games.
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MLS: Fire’s road woes continue; Red Bulls rally to beat Orlando
Toronto's lead grew by three points on Saturday, thanks to Chicago's loss to Columbus.
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MLS Snapshot: Shield, Cup favorites TFC torch Timbers, 4-1
TFC flying high, and it's more than just Giovinco, Altidore and Bradley.
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Mourinho: Man Utd, Zlatan “having conversations” about return
Zlatan back at Old Trafford? The player and club are "having conversations."
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MLS Snapshot: Sounders top depleted SKC to go top of West
Dempsey reached the half-century mark for Seattle, and the Sounders reached the top of the West.
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PL Preview: Man Utd., Spurs begin quests
Tottenham start the season against a newly promoted side, while a former hero returns to Old Trafford.
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Wayne Rooney leads Everton to 1-0 win over Stoke
In his first match back with Everton, Wayne Rooney scored to help with side to a 1-0 win over Stoke City.
Watford, Liverpool play to dramatic 3-3 draw
Liverpool looked to have the points secured, but Watford's Miguel Britos scored an equalizer in stoppage time as the match finished 3-3.
Dortmund, Bayern start season with easy German Cup wins
No Dembele, no problem as Borussia Dortmund start competitive fixtures with a win.
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West Brom top Bournemouth 1-0
Ahmed Hegazy's first half goal proved to be enough as West Brom beat Bournemouth 1-0.
Nine- man Chelsea fall to Burnley
Chelsea's title defense got off to a rocky start as they went down to nine men against Burnley and lost 3-2.
Huddersfield earn first PL win, top Palace 3-0
Huddersfield Town got off to a magical start in their debut in the Premier League with a 3-0 win against Crystal Palace.
Brighton eager to write new chapter in PL
The Seagulls have landed in the PL and everything is in place for them to remain.
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Guardiola fine with favorite tag after Chelsea “killed” Man City
Labelled the favorites once again, not winning the title last season is still on Pep's mind.
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Wayne Rooney: Goal was a special moment
After scoring in his first game back with Everton, Wayne Rooney talks about his goal and his side's win over Stoke City.
Southampton, Swansea City play to 0-0 draw
Neither Southampton nor Swansea City could find a breakthrough as the sides shared the points with a 0-0 draw.
Man City pull away from Brighton in 2-0 win
Man City scored two second half goals to spoil Brighton's home opener in the Premier League.
Must watch goal, save highlight amazing Opening Weekend
Stephen Ward and Jordan Pickford went a long way toward cementing favorite status for "Play of the Week" honors.
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Hughton: More positives than negatives for BHA
Brighton manager Chris Hughton joins the pitchside desk to talk about his side's loss to Man City in Brighton's first ever Premier League match.
Vincent Kompany: The sky is the limit for Man City
Man City captain Vincent Kompany to talk about his side's win over Brighton, their expectations for this season and more.
Brighton's Glenn Murray on loss to Man City
Brighton's Glenn Murray joins the pitchside desk to discuss his side's 2-0 defeat to Man City and the atmosphere in Birhgton's Premier League home opener.
Premier League Roundup: Wild return
The Premier League kicked off with a furious Friday match between Arsenal and Leicester City, and kept that vibe going when Saturday began at Vicarage Road.
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Brighton 0-2 Man City: Aguero breaks through
Sergio Aguero's 170th Manchester City goal helped the visitors past stingy Brighton and Hove Albion.
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Man City make it 2-0 after Brighton own goal
Manchester City took advantage of a Lewis Dunk own goal to double their lead late against Brighton & Hove Albion.
Sergio Aguero gives Man City a 1-0 lead
David Silva slots a pass to Sergio Aguero who scores to give Man City a 1-0 lead over Brighton.
Hertha keeper Jonathan Klinsmann out weeks with ankle injury
Hertha Berlin goalkeeper Jonathan Klinsmann has been ruled out for several weeks with ligament damage in his right ankle.
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Conte: Chelsea will “anticipate playing with nine or 10 men next match”
The second-year Chelsea manager is sounding the "They're out to get us" call following the Blues' 3-2 loss to Burnley on Saturday.
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Rooney on Everton winner: “It doesn’t get much better”
Everton next faces Man City, Chelsea, and Manchester United away, with a visit from Spurs for good measure.
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Wayne Rooney leads Everton to 1-0 win over Stoke
In his first match back with Everton, Wayne Rooney scored to help with side to a 1-0 win over Stoke City.
Crystal Palace 0-3 Huddersfield Town: Mounie sends Town top
Frank De Boer's Selhurst Park bow only saw one ball go into the goal via a Palace player, a first half Joel Ward own goal.
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Robbie Earle on Brighton's journey to the PL
Robbie Earle, who often attended Brighton matches in the mid-90s, discusses the club's journey to the Premier League and the challenges they will face in the top flight.
Everton 1-0 Stoke City: Rooney plays the hero
Of course Wayne Rooney scored in Toffee blue, and Everton's rejuvenated side is 1-0.
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West Brom 1-0 Bournemouth: Baggies edge Cherries
Hegazy's header the difference on opening day.
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Southampton 0-0 Swansea: Dominant Saints held
Saints create multiple chances but fail to capitalize.
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Jordan Pickford preserves Everton's win with save
Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford makes a diving save to deny Stoke City's Xherdan Shaqiri in stoppage time.
Chelsea 2-3 Burnley: 9-man Blues nearly rally
Sam Vokes made it 3-0 at the break. Chelsea was stunned. Morata nearly produced the comeback.
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Chelsea's Luiz megs Burnley goalie to make it 3-2
Chelsea's David Luiz fires a shot between the legs of Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton to make it 3-2 in favor of Burnley.
Cesc Fàbregas red carded, Chelsea down to nine men
Cesc Fàbregas gets Chelsea's second red card leaving the Blues down two men against Burnley.
Steve Mounie extends Huddersfield's lead
Steve Mounie scores his second goal against Crystal Palace to make it 3-0 for Huddersfield.
STREAM: Man City opens season at new boys Brighton
Bernardo Silva, Leroy Sane, Raheem Sterling, and Yaya Toure are all bench options for loaded City.
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Alvaro Morata's scores off header in Chelsea debut
Chelsea's Alvaro Morata connects on a Willian cross with a diving header to make it 3-1 in favor of Burnley.
VIDEO: Wayne Rooney, of course, scores on Everton return
Rooney's 199th Premier League goal felt extra sweet and it put Everton ahead of Stoke.
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Huddersfield Town scores first-ever PL goals
It didn't take long for Huddersfield Town to get on the scoresheet in its Premier League debut as a Joel Ward own goal and Steve Mounie goal gave the club a 2-0 lead.
Wayne Rooney scores header in Everton return
Wayne Rooney scores a fantastic header in his first game back with Everton, giving his team a 1-0 lead over Stoke City at the break.
AT HALF: Chelsea down 3 (!!) at home; Rooney scores
The Premier League has not let up with the drama as the 10 a.m. ET matches kicked off.
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Vokes scores again to triple Burnley's lead
Sam Vokes heads the ball past goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois to give Burnley a 3-0 lead against Chelsea.
Stephen Ward puts Burnley ahead of Chelsea 2-0
Stephen Ward gets a fantastic assist from Jack Cork and strikes the ball past the keeper to put Burnley ahead 2-0 against Chelsea.