Gary Neville questions Man Utd's decision to sign Donny van de Beek

Gary Neville has questioned Manchester United’s decision to sign Donny van de Beek after he played no part in the side’s 0-0 draw against Chelsea in the Premier League on Saturday. In a quiet transfer window for the Red Devils which only really came to life on deadline day, United’s biggest deal was the £40million acquisition of Van de Beek from Ajax – though he has struggled to make an

Ireland 50-17 Italy: Andy Farrell's men move ahead in Six Nations race

Ireland 50-17 Italy: Andy Farrell’s men storm to bonus point victory, giving them the lead over England in the title race as the Six Nations returns The 2020 Six Nations got back underway as Ireland beat Italy on Saturday Johnny Sexton and CJ Stander got tries for the hosts in the first half of the game Italy got a try back in the second half after an interception to give

Norwich 2-1 Wycombe: Mario Vrancic hits late free-kick winner

Report and highlights from the Sky Bet Championship clash at Carrow Road Saturday 24 October 2020 17:52, UK Super-sub Mario Vrancic was the last-gasp hero for 10-man Norwich for the second game running as they beat Wycombe 2-1 at Carrow Road to make it three straight wins in the Championship. Vrancic followed up his late winner against Birmingham in midweek by curling him a magnificent free-kick in the first minute

Cuse WR Harris out week after obscene gesture

ACC reporter. Joined ESPN.com in 2010. Graduate of the University of Florida. Syracuse receiver Taj Harris will not play against Clemson after not making the trip for Saturday’s game. Last week in a loss to Liberty, Harris was seen making an obscene hand gesture at television cameras filming the Syracuse bench. Athletic director John Wildhack said after the game that the gesture was “inappropriate” and “unacceptable.” Coach Dino Babers said

Barcelona 1-3 Real Madrid: Sergio Ramos, Luka Modric help send Real top of La Liga

Report as Real Madrid bounced back from successive defeats to win 3-1 at Barcelona and go to the top of La Liga thanks to goals from Fede Valverde, Sergio Ramos and Luka Modric By Matt Storey Saturday 24 October 2020 17:36, UK Real Madrid laid down a marker in the La Liga title race as they won 3-1 at Barcelona in the first Clasico of the season. Fede Valverde gave

5 talking points as Ramos makes Coutinho pay in Real Madrid's Clasico win

Sergio Ramos set the tone and led by example as Real Madrid claimed the Clasico spoils with a 3-1 win over Barcelona at Camp Nou. The first meeting of the La Liga season between the eternal rivals, played without fans, got off to a blistering start with two goals in the opening eight minutes. Firsly, Federico Valverde charged through the home defence and smashed Karim Benzema's perfectly weighted pass above

Sergio Aguero: Manchester City striker suffers hamstring injury at West Ham

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says striker Sergio Aguero suffered a suspected hamstring injury in Saturday’s 1-1 draw at West Ham. Guardiola confirmed after the match that the Argentina international had come off at half-time at the London Stadium due to a new injury – Aguero only returned from a knee problem against Arsenal last weekend – adding that he did not know how serious it was. As for Aguero’s

Ben White to Liverpool transfer rumour addressed by Brighton boss Graham Potter

Brighton boss Graham Potter has dismissed speculation linking Ben White with a transfer to Liverpool as "football noise". White, 23, has reportedly emerged as a target for the Reds after Virgil van Dijk was ruled out for a lengthy period with an anterior cruciate ligament injury. With Joe Gomez and Joel Matip the only remaining senior centre-backs, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is believed to be drawing up a list of

Moyes believes West Ham are showing their true form after City draw

‘The football is getting better and I am really pleased’: David Moyes believes West Ham are showing their true form after holding Manchester City to a draw David Moyes believes real West Ham are on show now after early-season woes After defeats to Newcastle and Arsenal, they have claimed eight points recently The only concern after an impressive draw with City is Antonio’s fitness  David Moyes believes the real West

West Ham boss Moyes plays down injury fears for key man Antonio

West Ham boss David Moyes plays down injury fears for key man Michail Antonio as he reveals cramp forced off goalscorer in second half of draw with Manchester City Michail Antonio scored a superb overhead kick for his third goal of the season The 30-year-old striker was brought off in the 52nd minute due to an injury  David Moyes is confident that it’s just cramp and expects a quick recovery