Arsenal fall to a diabolical defeat away to Swansea as Liverpool see off Huddersfield, while West Ham and Crystal Palace share the London derby points.
Footie under the floodlights. Nothing better…
A morning full of regret from the Liverpool manager.
Another hectic afternoon in England. What’s new?
It’s matters at the top of the table that come into focus towards the latter part of this weekend
It’s terrible. But why is it now stuck in our heads?
Manchester United slip to third in the Premier League as Romelu Lukaku is stretchered off, after Chelsea and Liverpool both seal home wins.
Arsenal and Liverpool played out a thriller at the Emirates to kick off the Premier League festive programme. And all of that effort for a point apiece…
Nine fixtures on a Saturday. Call this our Christmas present
Liverpool destroy Bournemouth to snap back into EPL form, after Manchester United beat West Brom thanks to Lukaku and Lingard at the Hawthorns.
Manchester City reign supreme at Swansea while neighbours United also sneak a win, as Liverpool and Arsenal both drop another two points apiece.
Manchester City stun rivals United at Old Trafford, after Wayne Rooney spoils the Merseyside derby for Liverpool and Olivier Giroud saves Arsenal at Southampton.
Two massive derbies on one day? EPL, you’re spoiling us rotten
Rampant Reds destroy the Russians at Anfield, while Real Madrid sneak a win over Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City finally lose.
Manchester United, Chelsea & Liverpool seal wins at the top, while Everton and Stoke also claim three points at the wrong end of the Premier League.
A Mesut Ozil masterclass for Arsenal teaches Huddersfield a Premier League lesson while Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool all claim victories.
Liverpool are building a team of highly-paid, highly-skilled African players. We’re all for it…
Cristiano Ronaldo scores twice to put the champions through, while Liverpool chuck away a three-goal lead and Manchester City win Group F.
Liverpool need a win in Spain to seal qualification, while Real Madrid and Porto could join them as Dortmund, Monaco and Napoli try to salvage some continental pride.
Technically speaking, it’s three… Well, it will be in summer 2018
Spurs shocked Cristiano Ronaldo’s boys at Wembley to qualify from Group H, while Sergio Aguero became Man City’s leading scorer of all time and Liverpool edged ahead of Sevilla.