Roma 3-0 Barcelona: It took Romans 34 years to reach this stage no wonder Edin Dzeko said, “It is difficult to believe but we did it and did it in style.”

Roma caused stadium eruption at Stadio Olimpico after they successful came back from a 4-1 first round defeat to beat Barcelona 3-0 and qualify to the semis of the UEFA champion’s league on a way goal advantage. Barcelona in all explanations were favorites as history shows only they themselves and Deportivo

Bayern Munich jumped over Sevilla to get an upper hand for the next round

Bayern Munich beat Sevilla 2-1 in the first leg of the Champions League quarter finals at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in Spain. The German giants regained momentum following an own goal by Jesus Navas as Thiago Alcantara inspired them to the craved win. Hosts Sevilla found the back of the net through

Manchester replicates dominance in Champions league as they thrust Basel

Manchester City contentedly beat Basel 4-0 at St. Jakob-Park. Although bigger challenges are yet to come, their supremacy over small boys should send a serious message to big boys ahead. Pep Guardiola’s side eased past the Swiss club they were even not familiar with by the goals of IIkay Gundogan, Bernado

Barcelona qualifies for a record fifth consecutive Copa del Rey final

Barcelona beat Valencia 2-0 with goals from Philippe Coutinho and Ivan Rakitic to reach a record fifth consecutive Copa del Rey final. Coutinho who made his fifth appearance for the title holders of Copa del Rey opened scores from his acrobatic finish just four minutes after second half kicked off before

Sit down and be blatant to Dortmund, Boatent advices Aubameyang

Aubameyang to move away from Dortmund has become complex as Arsenal is failing to meet Borussia Dortmund’s financial demand. With time running first for transfer window to close, Kevin Prince Boateng has advised his friend on how to fasten the move out of his disliked club. “I know him [Aubameyang] very well,

Sergio Aguero Brace takes him to 12 goals as Manchester City winning streak extends to 17.

Aguero netted twice and created one for Manchester City to whip visitors Bournemouth 4-0 at the Etihad Stadium. Additionally, the result extends the table leaders winning line to record 17 but how did that happen? Bournemouth was a hard nut to crack for the first 27 minutes before City’s all-time top

Manchester United win away to West Brom, Lukaku and Lingard on score sheet.

Manchester United through Romelu Lukaku and Jesse Lingard’s first half goals were successful in reducing the point difference with table leaders City to 11 since Barry’s 77th minute pull wasn’t enough. It took Lukaku 27 minutes to score against his former side. Marcus Rashford whipped a cross from the left flank

Chelsea beat Southampton to level points with second place Manchester United

Chelsea came out winners in their fixture with Southampton, thanks to Marcos Alonso successful free kick. The Londoners could have taken lead before the breakthrough that came from the set piece. With Antonio Conte entrusting the main striking position to Eden Hazard and benching Alvaro Morata, whereas William and Pedro were

Manchester City, United and Tottenham win as Liverpool and Arsenal experience goal deficiency.

Manchester City maintains and extend extraordinary winning record in the premier league after beating Swansea away from home with exciting goal margin. The premier league table leaders had David Silva, Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Aguero on score sheet to enable them extend their record to 15 straight top flight win


Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud did what he is best at by scoring a late goal to nullify Charlie Austine’s effort and save the gunners from another embarrassment after dominating the game. Arsenal were headed to a likely lose as previous weekends after Captain Per Martesacker’s error resulted into Southampton taking an