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Wolves striker Raul Jimenez said it felt "fantastic" to score his first Premier League goal in almost a year after recovering from a career-threatening head injury.
Marcus Rashford said Monday he hopes to return imminently to light contact training with Manchester United as he continues his recovery from shoulder surgery...
Carlo Ancelotti called it his "honeymoon period" at Real Madrid and club and coach want to enjoy it while it lasts.
What have we learned (so far) during matchweek 6 of the 2021-22 Premier League season? A whole lot.
Lens deposed Marseille from second place in French Ligue 1 on Sunday with a 3-2 win which condemned the southern giants to a first defeat of the season and first league loss at their Velodrome home since February.
Napoli maintained their perfect start to the Serie A season on Sunday with a 2-0 win over Cagliari which ensured they reclaimed top spot, while Lazio won an eventful derby 3-2 to down Jose Mourinho's Roma.
Harry Kane knew he could ill afford to waste another season of his prime years at Tottenham, but Spurs' refusal to entertain Manchester City's interest has left the England captain stuck in a side going nowhere fast.
No country in the world has made as much money from transfers over the last decade as Portugal yet the heartland of super-agent Jorge Mendes has still struggled to turn eye-watering profits into success on the pitch.
Lucas Moura saw positives in Tottenham's response but didn't mince words after their heavy derby defeat to Arsenal.
Emile Smith Rowe didn't play it cool after the Arsenal academy graduate recorded a goal and an assist in their North London derby win over Tottenham.
Nuno Espirito Santo said Tottenham had a plan on how to approach the North London derby, but his squad was unable to carry it out against Arsenal.
Is it more likely that Arsenal's North London derby win on Sunday signals that the Gunners are much better than we thought or that Spurs are quite subpar?
Rebecca Lowe answers Tim Howard and Robbie Earle's biggest questions following another dramatic weekend of Premier League action in Matchweek 6.
Rebecca Lowe, Tim Howard and Robbie Earle recap Sunday's Premier League action, headlined by Arsenal's 3-1 win against Tottenham in the North London derby.
Mikel Arteta hailed the Emirates faithful for their support through thick and thin after Arsenal earned a big victory over archrivals Tottenham.
Nigeria goalkeeper Daniel Akpeyi rescued Kaizer Chiefs with several superb saves in a dour 0-0 South African Premiership draw at fellow strugglers Marumo Gallants on Sunday.
Get postgame reactions from both sides, as Rebecca Lowe, Robbie Earle and Tim Howard break down Arsenal's big North London derby victory over Tottenham.
"The game plan was not good, the decisions were not good," Espirito Santo said. "It was not a good day for us. Definitely not a good day."
Champions Bayern Munich and Freiburg remain the only unbeaten teams in the Bundesliga after the club from Germany's Black Forest beat Augsburg 3-0 at home on Sunday in the last game at their Schwarzwald Stadion ground.
The Gunners scored thrice in 22 minutes to open up a healthy lead and Spurs barely registered anything above disinterest in the first 60 minutes.
These player ratings were fun to dish out after a wild north London derby which saw the Gunners prevail.
Heung-min Son turns home Sergio Reguilon's cross to deny Arsenal a clean sheet and pull Tottenham within two goals at the Emirates.
Wissam Ben Yedder and Kevin Volland both scored as Monaco came from behind to beat Clermont 3-1 on Sunday and claim successive wins for the first time this season.
Sergino Dest set up Luuk de Jong's goal as Barcelona stayed unbeaten on the young season with a third win to go with three draws, a 3-0 win at the Camp Nou.
Barcelona's Ansu Fati made the perfect return after 10 months out through injury by scoring in a 3-0 victory over Levante on Sunday, a result that eases the pressure on coach Ronald Koeman.
Arsenal is plastering Tottenham Hotspur to the Emirates Stadium turf on Sunday, scoring thrice in the first 34 minutes of the North London derby.
Harry Kane loses the ball deep in the Arsenal half, and he can't recover to prevent Bukayo Saka from sliding home the Gunners' third first-half goal against Tottenham.
The Wolves forward was hospitalized and required cranial surgery after a gruesome head-to-head collision with Arsenal's David Luiz last year.
Raul Jimenez scores his first goal since returning from a life-threatening head injury, brilliantly beating three Southampton defenders before slotting Wolves into the lead.
USMNT forward Gyasi Zardes scored a stunning goal for the Columbus Crew in MLS on Saturday, as he continues to push for a call-up.
Juventus held off Sampdoria to win their second match of the Serie A season 3-2 on Sunday but will have to face Chelsea without star forward Paulo Dybala after the Argentina forward limped off with a thigh injury.
David Ornstein reports that the heat is turning up on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after three losses in four for Manchester United and the improving mood at Arsenal...
Juventus held off Sampdoria to win their second match of the Serie A season 3-2 on Sunday but might have to face Chelsea without star forward Paulo Dybala after the Argentina forward limped off injured.
Bruno Fernandes says he will keep taking penalties "without any fear" despite the spot-kick miss that condemned Manchester United to a 1-0 defeat against Aston Villa.
Robbie Earle and Tim Howard break down how Arsenal could set up down the middle in hopes of dictating their North London derby against Tottenham.
Lionel Messi was again sidelined for Paris Saint-Germain and in the Argentine's absence it was Idrissa Gana Gueye and Julian Draxler who scored as the Ligue 1 leaders beat Montpellier 2-0 on Saturday.
Manchester City sent out a warning they remain the team to beat in the Premier League as a dominant 1-0 win at Chelsea, combined with unexpected dropped points from Manchester United and Liverpool completed a perfect Saturday for Pep Guardiola's men.
Jurgen Klopp thought Liverpool could have doubled their tally against Brentford but credited the Bees for earning a never-say-die draw against his Reds.
Vitaly Janelt discussed Brentford's spirit and how it felt to earn a spectacular point against Liverpool.
Manchester City reasserted its Premier League title credentials on a day all of its big rivals dropped points. City delivered a statement performance in a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge on Saturday to move second in the league standings, level on points with Chelsea and Manchester United, which missed a late penalty in a 1-0 loss at home to Aston Villa. Pep Guardiola's side is above its two rivals on goal difference and also cut the gap to Liverpool to one point after the league leader drew 3-3 at Brentford.
Jordan Henderson praised Brentford's energy but thought Liverpool could have been better in dealing with their opponents on Saturday.
Thomas Frank explained Brentford's approach against Liverpool, as his Bees battled to an incredible 3-3 draw against the Reds.
Monday's meeting of the unusual derby that is Crystal Palace vs Brighton will have unusually-high Premier League ramifications at Selhurst Park.
Pele on Saturday praised "outstanding" Lionel Messi for breaking his record as the top goal scorer in a South American national team but apologised for the delay in offering his congratulations.
"They are really good," Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp said of Brentford following Saturday's 3-3 tie. "The atmosphere was incredible and they fought really hard."
Relive a dramatic day across the Premier League, headlined by a remarkable clash between Brentford and Liverpool at the Community Stadium.
Lille have won every single Ligue 1 game in which their Canadian star Jonathan David has found the net, a remarkable record that continued on Saturday as his brace secured a 2-1 victory at Strasbourg.
Timothy Weah assisted Jonathan David's opener for Lille in a 2-1 win over Strasbourg, later drawing a penalty that David converted for the second goal.
Thomas Tuchel offered a frank summary of Chelsea's narrow defeat to Manchester City at Stamford Bridge.