Liverpool produced one of their most convincing displays of the season to beat Rangers 2-0 at Anfield in the Champions League. While that is far from the highest of bars, the Reds producing a string of poor performances both domestically and in Europe in recent months, the trademRead More »
Pep Guardiola might have had a point about Joe Hart, who tried to outdo Antonio Adan. Club Brugge, Chelsea and Napoli enjoyed themselves.
<strong>Man City 5-0 FC Copenhagen</strong>: Haaland doubled in the first half as Pep Guardiola’s side maintained their 100 per cent Champions League record this season
James' finish capped a fine Blues victory, with the England wing-back also teeing up Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for his second goal in as many games. Wesley Fofana opened the scoring, tapping home after Thiago Silva's powerful header, only to hobble out in the first half with a potential leg injury. Chelsea leapfrogged Milan into second place in Group E on goal difference by registering their first win in their third Champions League encounter this term.