22:00. A good return for Luis Suarez and co. then at the Etihad tonight, as he scores twice and they return to Spain with the advantage. They could and probably should have made it a two-goal lead, but Lionel Messi uncharacteristically slipped up by missing a penalty and a relatively
Brendan Rodgers hailed his "incredible" Liverpool side, who he insisted can achieve whatever they want to achieve if they regularly replicate the level of performance that they showed in their 2-1 win over Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday.
Here we are again, the last 16 of the Champions League, and just like last year, Manchester City find themselves playing host to the Europeam heavyweights FC Barcelona. However, despite the disapointment of last season, and the small fact that the Catalonian side boast the world's finest player in their
Tuesday's fixture with FC Barcelona is without doubt the more glamorous of Manchester City's next two games. However, there's certainly a strong argument that today's game against Newcastle United is of equal, if not greater importance.
Liverpool youngster Raheem Sterling's contract situation stand-off looks set to continue, as the sensational 20-year-old will look to review his available options before putting pen to paper, according to Talksport.
Sunday evening, Arsenal took a major step forward in their season revival by beating Champions Manchester City which meant much more than the three points to everyone associated with Arsenal Football Club.
Yesterday, Arsenal supporters were treated to a rare away win over one of the Premier League's biggest teams. But, what did we learn from Arsenal's 2-0 at the Etihad? Read below, for five things we learned from the game, as written by Luke Blackstock.