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Dieses Spiel wird man in Italien nicht so schnell vergessen. Milan drehte gegen Juventus ein 0:2 und siegte 4:2. Gästecoach Maurizio Sarri sprach von einem Blackout. Selbstbewusste Worte wählte wie gewohnt Zlatan Ibrahimovic - und sprach zudem in Rätseln über seine Zukunft.
Stürmerstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic hat Andeutungen über ein baldiges Karriereende gemacht.
Der neunte Meistertitel in Folge ist Juventus (sieben Punkte Vorsprung vor Lazio) kaum mehr zu nehmen - oder bringt die AC Mailand doch noch einmal Spannung ins Meisterrennen? Die Rossoneri zeigten sich seit Re-Start erstarkt und gewannen drei ihrer letzten vier Spiele klar. Für Aufsehen sorgt sicherlich das Duell Zlatan Ibrahimovic gegen Cristiano Ronaldo.
Midfielder points to improved balance and structure‘Nothing can stop’ return to top if progress maintainedPaul Pogba believes Manchester United are now a “proper team”, the midfielder pointing to a newly achieved balance between attack and defence.United host Southampton on Monday night, having won their past four league games in an unbeaten run of 17 in all competitions. With Chelsea and Leicester City losing at the weekend Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s side can leapfrog both and take third position with three matches remaining if Saints are beaten. Related: David de Gea could have another decade at the top, says Ole Gunnar Solskjær Continue reading...
Cas to issue verdict on club’s appeal against two-year banPep Guardiola admits to uncertainty as decision loomsDavid Conn: a tangled tale about to reach its final verdict 9.12am BST But what? And who? And why? And how?At knotty times like this, David Conn is the untangler you can trust … Related: Manchester City v Uefa: a tangled tale about to reach its final verdict | David Conn 9.09am BST Over the weekend, Pep had this to say:“I’m confident in the club, the arguments, the defence they had, and that next season we’re going to [take up] the place we won on the pitch this season. But we have to wait. I know there are many teams [who may qualify for the Champions League instead of City] in the Premier League waiting too. But we are going to wait.” 9.00am BST Today’s the day, then. The court of arbitration for sport are due to rule on Manchester City’s two-year ban from the Champions League. The sanction, handed out by Uefa back in February, saw the club banned from Europe for two seasons and fined €30m (£25m) after they were found to have seriously misled European football’s governing body and broken the financial fair play rules by exaggerating the level of sponsorship income from companies in Abu Dhabi. City, for their part, have always denied any wrongdoing and have held a firm front against the accusations, with Pep Guardiola last week expressing full confidence that the club would be vindicated. This confidence showed signs of eroding over the weekend. Continue reading...
Liverpool's trip to Arsenal in midweek will be a 'different' and 'interesting' challenge, according to Jürgen Klopp.