Champions League

  • 'I played the ball' - Sarr insists he is...

    Neymar's suspected ankle injury was sustained entirely accidentally, says Marseille's Bouna Sarr, who challenged the Brazilian before he left the field on a stretcher. Paris Saint-Germain led Le Classique 3-0 in on Sunday, with Neymar having set up Edinson Cavani after 55 minute...

    'I played the ball' - Sarr insists he is not responsible for Neymar injury

    Neymar's suspected ankle injury was sustained entirely accidentally, says Marseille's Bouna Sarr, who challenged the Brazilian before he left the field on a stretcher. Paris Saint-Germain led Le Classique 3-0 in on Sunday, with Neymar having set up Edinson Cavani after 55 minutes to wrap up the victory after Kylian Mbappe's opener and a Rolando own goal. But with PSG coach Unai Emery having already used all three substitutes, Neymar was hurt in a collision with Sarr in the closing stages at the Parc des Princes. The pair challenged for the ball in the air and the PSG forward appeared to damage his right ankle when he landed awkwardly. PSG head coach Unai Emery said he is optimistic about Neymar recovering from his twisted ankle in time to face Real Madrid in the Champions League on March 6. But captain Thiago Silva told Canal+ he does not expect his compatriot to be fit to take on Marseille again in Wednesday's Coupe de France quarter-final. Neymar was hit by a heavy challenge by Florian Thauvin early in Sunday's clash and the 26-year-old was seemingly targeted by Marseille, having been fouled eight times over the course of the game. Sarr, however, claimed he was not at fault in the incident, which left Neymar in tears as he was carried from the pitch on a stretcher. "Neymar? Me, I saw only one thing is that I played the ball," Sarr told reporters post-match.  "I didn't go at all with the intention of doing it. This is not my type of game at all. "Apparently he twisted his ankle. It's unfortunate for him, but it's a game fact like any other."

  • Kante and Chelsea taking confidence from...

    N'Golo Kante believes Chelsea can take plenty of confidence from their performance in the Champions League against Barcelona.  Chelsea largely controlled the first leg of their round-of-16 tie on Tuesday and appeared poised to take 1-0 lead into the return fixture at Camp Nou. ...

    Kante and Chelsea taking confidence from Barcelona draw to Man Utd

    N'Golo Kante believes Chelsea can take plenty of confidence from their performance in the Champions League against Barcelona.  Chelsea largely controlled the first leg of their round-of-16 tie on Tuesday and appeared poised to take 1-0 lead into the return fixture at Camp Nou. However, a mistake from Andreas Christensen allowed Lionel Messi to net a crucial away goal for Barca, leaving the Spanish giants favourites to progress. The Blues will look to build on that display when they face Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday, and midfielder Kante feels Chelsea can be buoyed by how they competed with the Blaugrana as they eye second in the Premier League. Kante said: "Second place is still possible, we have to fight for this and see what we can do at the end of the season. It's very tight. We play in Manchester and if we win we will have the same number of points.  "We have to keep winning and hopefully be in the Champions League next season. "For sure this kind of game gives us confidence for the second leg and also in the Premier League. "We played well. We were compact throughout the game, we tried not to give them a lot of chances and we did well in that. We hit the post two times, we scored and to finish 1-1 is a little bit disappointing. "But it's like that, we have to go in two weeks and play to win. We showed we have the ability to do something against Barcelona. "The Premier League is another competition and this is another opponent but it's important, we are fourth in the table and if we want to be at the top of the table and play Champions League next season we have to win these kind of games [against United]."

  • TV Guide: Date, time and where to get yo...

    Catch your favourite football action from across the globe with Goal's comprehensive TV Guide.  Sun, Feb 25 Match Time (IST) Channel Premier League: Man Utd vs. Chelsea 7:35 PM Star Sports Select 1/HD 1 Indian Super League: Jams...

    TV Guide: Date, time and where to get your football fix

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  • Man Utd's form will be 'amazing' - Mouri...

    Jose Mourinho forecasts an "amazing" period for Manchester United as he prepares for a glut of home matches across various competitions. United host Chelsea in a key Premier League clash on Sunday to kick off a run of four home games in their next five fixtures. Mourinho's men ...

    Man Utd's form will be 'amazing' - Mourinho

    Jose Mourinho forecasts an "amazing" period for Manchester United as he prepares for a glut of home matches across various competitions. United host Chelsea in a key Premier League clash on Sunday to kick off a run of four home games in their next five fixtures. Mourinho's men start March with a trip to Crystal Palace before welcoming Champions League qualification rivals Liverpool to Old Trafford. The return leg of United's Champions League last-16 tie with Sevilla follows, with a home FA Cup quarter-final against Brighton and Hove Albion wrapping up a busy period, and Mourinho is prepared for the challenges ahead as he faces a crunch spell. "I think the next few weeks at Old Trafford will be amazing," Mourinho told MUTV. "Two big matches against two direct rivals in the Premier League, two knockout matches that, if things go well, can leave us in the quarter-final of the Champions League and the semi-final of the FA Cup. "Sometimes we have periods with three, four consecutive away matches but this time we have four matches at home, with Crystal Palace away in between, but four big matches at Old Trafford." United face an increasingly hectic schedule in the closing months of the campaign due to competing on multiple fronts, with no date yet set for a postponed Premier League match against West Ham. "Time flies. It feels like two days ago that we were in Los Angeles for pre-season and now we're almost in March," added Mourinho.  "March, April and May can be really busy and going far in the FA Cup creates you problems. "We now play Brighton when we were supposed to play West Ham and we don't know when we’ll play West Ham. "If we play the semi-final of the FA Cup, I don't know when that will be so it can be really busy and complicated."

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