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A hat trick, including this beauty. Luciano Acosta, that was nifty. But the New York Red Bulls equalize late, for draw. Is Olivier Giroud the best target man in the world? Eden Hazard seems to think so. Moeen Ali and Jimmy Anderson certainly… twitter. After minutes without a goal, Cristiano Ronaldo has arrived! There have been closer Tests than the one at Eden Gardens in , but none can match it for its drama and heroism… twitter.
Get used to to it. Cristiano Ronaldo gets his first goal for Juventus! Hamilton's lead comes under threat from Verstappen due to lapped traffic U. In total, Lionel Messi has missed 24 penalties during his career. Leave it to Zlatan to make his th goal a flashy one. Here are some of the best in unique video game format. In November , Brazilian underdogs Chapecoense boarded a plane to play in the game of their lives.
Instead, their biggest moment turned into a tragedy no one can forget. The summer transfer window open from July 1 to 11 p. To help make this website better, to improve and personalize your experience and for advertising purposes, are you happy to accept cookies and other technologies? Spurs need an energy boost, Pep the perfectionist Are Spurs paying the price for their players' World Cup exertions and a lack of transfer activity? Prem Team of the Weekend: Ronaldo at the double Ronaldo opened his Juve account five minutes after half-time and added a second goal 15 minutes later as the Italian champions beat Sassuolo Ronaldo nets first goals; Costa disgraces himself It was not perfect and their two-goal hero still seeks his best form, but Juve won again.
Ronaldo on first Juve goal: Costa sent off for spitting in Di Francesco's face Douglas Costa was sent off in the final minutes of Juventus' win over Sassualo after he appeared to spit in face of Federico Di Francesco. Douglas Costa had lost his mind for spitting Juventus' Massimiliano Allegri insists Douglas Costa's red card for spitting at Federico Di Francesco was completely out of character during their win over Sassuolo. How long should Douglas Costa be suspended for spitting?
Cristiano Ronaldo's first goals with Juventus Cristiano Ronaldo netted his 1st career Serie A goal minutes into his Juventus career and added another later in Juventus' win over Sassuolo. Tensions flare after Sassuolo goal Italian Serie A: Ronaldo nets his second goal for Juventus Cristiano Ronaldo scores his second goal of the match to give Juventus a lead over Sassuolo. Ronaldo scores first goal for Juventus Cristiano Ronaldo scores to give Juventus a lead over Sassuolo.
Juventus to fine Costa for spitting incident - Allegri Bale: Anger fuelled wonder goal vs. I am at the top with Messi, Ronaldo Robertson: Reds 'stay away' from Neymar antics Wright-Phillips outshoots Rooney in 6-goal thriller Zlatan scores ridiculous goal for th of career Smalling: England snub motivates me at United Moyes: Champions League fantasy is here!
UCL transfer market for Matchweek 1 Pick: Top picks for every Champions League tier. Breaking down the scoring system. Why goals and assists aren't everything in fantasy. Why full-backs are the key picks.
Fantasy players to watch for every Prem team. More than just Messi: La Liga names to know. Signings for Europe's largest clubs Transfer Window: United Red Bulls: Zlatan scores th goal in epic fashion Jonathan dos Santos lifts the ball into the box where Zlatan Ibrahimovic spins to hit the ball out of mid-air for his th career goal. Toronto LA Galaxy: Almiron leads 5-star Five Stripes Miguel Almiron scored twice to lead Atlanta United to a victory at Colorado, who have now lost four straight by a combined score of San Jose Sporting KC: Sounders extend win streak- Via MLS A first-half brace from Raul Ruidiaz provided enough offense for Seattle to secure their 9th straight win as they defeated Vancouver Real Salt Lake Minnesota: FC Dallas Columbus: Chicago, Orlando at bottom of East despite high expectations.
The FC crew discusses Ronaldo's big scoring day with Juventus and more. Spurs should have had a penalty Stewart Robson and former Premier League referee Peter Walton share their thoughts on all the biggest decisions in the Premier League including the controversial call that denied Spurs a last minute penalty. Chelsea and Liverpool remain perfect. Watford Man United: Reds hang on Manchester United ended up with ten men but still managed to pick up their second consecutive away victory in the Premier League.
Ozil lifts Gunners Mesut Ozil marked his th Arsenal appearance with a goal, leading the Gunners to three points against Newcastle at St.
Chelsea Cardiff City: Hazard hat trick keeps Blues perfect Eden Hazard's second-ever hat trick for Chelsea helped lead his team to a comfortable win over Cardiff, at Stamford Bridge. Man City Fulham: Sane scores as City canter Manchester City swept aside Fulham in an easy win that saw Leroy Sane score inside two minutes on his return to the starting line-up.
Everton West Ham: Bournemouth Leicester City: Jimenez lifts Wolves Joe Hart made multiple big saves to keep Burnley in the game, but Raul Jimenez broke through in the 61st minute to give Wolves a win. Huddersfield Crystal Palace: Zaha inspires Palace win Wilfred Zaha's solo goal secures three points for the eagles at the John Smith's stadium.
Liverpool expose the gulf between them and Tottenham Liverpool were soundly beaten at Tottenham last October but have come a long way since then. Liverpool torment Tottenham in pursuit of title Mark Ogden: It's never easy being in Lloris' shadow Mauricio Pochettino defended Michel Vorm's display against Liverpool, saying it's always going to be tough playing in Hugo Lloris' shadow.
Firmino's goal seals three points Liverpool extend their unbeaten run in the Premier League to five games following their win over Tottenham. Were Tottenham denied stonewall penalty late vs. Liverpool could have lost with 5 percent less effort Jurgen Klopp lauds Liverpool's performance in their win over Tottenham, who he admits will feel hard done by the result. Pochettino not blaming World Cup hangover for Spurs' results Mauricio Pochettino knew this season was going to be tough for Tottenham, but refuses to blame poor form on a World Cup hangover.