Alan Pardew congratulates Sissoko after scoring Here is Alan Pardew's BBC Sports interview immediately after the game yesterday and at the time Alan was worried abouyt Ryan Taylor's potential injury but he got all the all clear last night and that was more great news for Newcastle. You can follow us on [.
Thierry Henry's instinctive, mercurial volley against Manchester United at Highbury in 2000 is routinely bandied around when discussing the greatest goals ever scored in the Premier League and with very good reason it was as close to a work of art as you're likely to see in footballing terms.
Shilling for the club's "official car and van rental partner", here's Arsenal stars Per Mertesacker, Jack Wilshere and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain as you've never seen them before/probably never want to see them again...
We could be wrong, but is that Big Keith from The Office voicing "Darren Oxlade-Chamberlain"?
Appearing on "Le Club du Dimanche" (The Sunday Club) on beIN SPORTS over the weekend, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger famed the world overfor his silkenkeepy-uppy chops -was talked into a quick game of "football tennis" with the show's hosts.
[Photo: RB Leipzig]Terrence Boyd scored his first pair of 2.Bundesliga goals, striking the decisive brace in RB Leipzig's 4-1 win over St. Pauli. Both were fairly close range finishes, the first half winner with his head. Clip to come...- Greg Seltzer
Is this the first time this season we have had two Americans score a top flight goal in Europe on the same day? I would need to check on that, but know for sure that Conor O'Brien buried his second of the term from the spot to seal a sorely-needed 2-0 Wiener Neustadt victory. So something got in the water over here to end some length of drought for an event we had become fairly accustomed to in
Yup, Aron Jóhannsson has struck 14 minutes in to give AZ a 1-0 lead over visiting Vitesse with his first goal of the season. The game is only just now reaching halftime, so he could add more. - Greg Seltzer
Given eight days off by Chelsea over the international lull for a spot of well-deserved R&R, Didier Drogba has spent his time wisely,choreographing a brave, sensuous, pioneering,fiercely intricate and absolutely fab'a'lous new dance routine...poolside, of course just like Club Tropicana.
Though the game itself eventually ended goalless, the Boca Juniors fans did all they could to roar their side to victory in last night's 'El Superclasico' tie against despised rivals River Plate, with La Bombonera absolutely rocking from start to finish amid a chaotic cacophony of fireworks, flares, ticker tape, flags and pounding chants.
Last weekend, veteran playmaker Alvaro Recoba whipped ina trademark 30-yard free-kick in the fifth minute of stoppage timeto give Nacional a dramatic 2-1win over despised rivals Penarol in the Uruguayan clasico.
Now aged 38 and already a bona fide hero at Nacional, Recoba entered the game with 20 minutes left to play and duly cemented his legend status by curling home the match-winning goal with pretty much the last meaningful kick of the game.
In hindsight, Pies did think it was a little strange that Wayne Rooney opted for an uncharacteristic acrobatic hand-spring goal celebration after scoring his first goal of the evening against Scotland on Tuesday evening.
Poland and Switzerland hammered out a 2-2 draw in their friendly fixtureinWroclaw last night, withJosip Drmic scoring a third-minute opener for the Swiss before most fans had had a chance to wedge their bums in their seats.
Scotland 1-3 England International Friendly 19th November 2014
England produced a superb, vibrant display at a wonderfully charged Celtic Park on Tuesday evening. While Scotland, coming off the back of a vital Euro 2016 win against Ireland, looked heavy-legged, the Three Lions were quick to the ball and full of movement.
Here's a great goal Callum Roberts scored earlier this season and became a bit of a YouTube sensation because of it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KjOnPPPyRO8 Wow. Comments welcome. You can follow us on our three social media sites below:
With all the talk of Eden Hazard's form in the last few years and the fact that he is well on the way to being labelled one of the worlds best, I thought I would take you back ten years to someone who, at the time, was and remains just as good - Arjen Robben.