Chelsea stunning Manchester City and Liverpool thrashing Bournemouth to go top have made the Premier League title race exciting again. In Spain, Lionel Messi eviscerated Espanyol with a display of supreme skill, while in Italy, Juventus continued their remorseless march to an eighth straight scudetto with a 1-0 win over Inter. Here are the best numbers from an action-packed weekend of football.
Here's a ridiculous Messi stat: Messi has more free-kick goals over the last four La Liga seasons (15)...
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TOP STORY: Lukaku eyeing Manchester United exit?
Despite Jose Mourinho's claims that Manchester United won't sell anyone in January, The Sun assert that Romelu Lukaku wants to leave the club. The Belgian striker, who joined the Red Devils from Everton for £75 million in 2017,...
MANCHESTER, England -- Three points on Manchester United's 4-1 win vs. Fulham in the Premier League.
1. Much-needed win for Mourinho, Man United
Manchester United can do routine after all.
There was no crisis and no spectacular comeback, just a comfortable win against a team they were expected to beat. The pressure on Jose Mourinho, who recorded his 50th league win in charge of the club, has eased. For a few days, at least.
Fulham fans in the corner of Old Trafford made sure Mourinho and his players...
A feisty North London derby, a tepid Manchester United performance, a "rare" Real Madrid win, a ruthless Manchester City performance, a milestone for Cristiano Ronaldo, a madcap finish to the Merseyside derby, a first league draw for PSG... this weekend had it all. Here are the best numbers from this weekend's football.
Liverpool have scored more 90 (+) minute winners vs. Everton than any side has vs. another in Premier League history. They are now unbeaten in their last 21 games vs Everton...
Chelsea forward Eden Hazard and Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku have been called up for Belgium's UEFA Nations League double-header despite injury concerns over the duo.
Lukaku missed last weekend's Premier League win over Bournemouth and also did not travel to Turin for Wednesday's Champions League defeat of Juventus due to a thigh muscle injury sustained in training a week ago, but has been named in Roberto Martinez's 25-man squad to face Iceland and Switzerland.