Tottenham headed into the weekend in England atop the standings – and they stayed top after victory over Arsenal.
Tottenham powered to the top of the English Premier League after their win against Manchester City, while Chelsea are up to second after their victory at Newcastle.
Spurs star midfielder Dele Alli posted a Snapchat clip in which he made fun of an Asian man in an airport departure lounge in February.
Is Dele Alli made of elastic? Or are his joints… out of joint? Turns out the secret behind his new celebration isn’t that complicated.
The prolific frontman suffered a nasty-looking injury last weekend, but his club manager believes we haven’t seen the last of the star striker this season. Great for Spurs, but even better for England…
Juventus and Tottenham play out a Champions League classic in Turin, while Manchester City’s trip to play Basel in Switzerland goes like clockwork.
The battle to be crowned kings of Europe intensifies as Juventus take on Tottenham in Turin, while Pep Guardiola takes his Manchester City side to Basel.
Sergio Aguero hits four as Manchester City thrash Leicester in the Premier League, after Tottenham beat North London rivals Arsenal thanks to Harry Kane.
Harry Kane joins the Premier League 100 club with a last-gasp penalty for Tottenham at Liverpool, after Crystal Palace manage a draw against Newcastle.
Manchester United are shell-shocked by Spurs’ split-second salvo as Chelsea are battered by Bournemouth, all while City sneak off towards the EPL title.
Harry Kane and the back of the net. Name a more iconic duo; we’ll wait…
The Premier League festive action hung around longer than your weird uncle, but Spurs and the Hammers provided a fitting finale at Wembley on Thursday.
Manchester City destroy Tottenham at the Etihad, after Chelsea and Arsenal both sneak victories in the Premier League on another exciting Saturday.
Rampant Reds destroy the Russians at Anfield, while Real Madrid sneak a win over Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City finally lose.
Ashley Young scored twice for Manchester United at his old club Watford, while Tottenham slipped up at Leicester on a tasty midweek night of Premier League football.
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.
Arsenal fans, look away now…
The EPL has surpassed itself this year. The £1bn spending mark was reached in this window before deadline day even got going. You don’t want to convert that into Rand, you really don’t.