The Comeback: Today’s Top Sports Stories & Reactions
"I'm not leaving!"
The reigning Premier League champions could be kicked out of England's top division.
Just a day after it was announced, the European Super League plan seems to be falling apart, with the six English clubs involved exiting.
"After this lockdown, I cannot stay at home. I told [my wife] I'm going to take two years more."
Arsenal's game this weekend against Brighton will go on as scheduled.
Manchester City already faces a potentially congested schedule and now must add another game.
Liverpool is unbeaten in their first 21 this season. If they're to make it 38 for 38, these teams are most likely to stop them.
So many teams could crack the top 10 but only 10 teams can.
United keeps City 14 points behind Liverpool for the Premier League lead.
It's hard to think this outcome really fits the spirit of why VAR was introduced.
Teams release their new looks for the upcoming season.
Have we been looking at depth all wrong?
Manchester City finishes with 98 points to Liverpool's 97, the second and third highest point totals in PL history.
An offside call nullified a late Raheem Sterling goal that would have sent City through.
No matter how good City is, this is a tough stretch and something may give.