It got worse for Roma as Filip Djuricic latched onto Domenico Berardi's pass to place the ball past Lopez for the third after only 26 minutes. Edin Dzeko headed one back for Roma in the 55th minute but they suffered another blow with Lorenzo Pelligrini's dismissal for a second bookable offence in the 69th minute.
They are seventh in the table, two places and a point above visitors Dinamo Brest. Their weekend fixture resulted in a 1-1 draw at FC Slutsk, that makes it two stalemates in a row, four in the last five and five for the season. The game looked to be heading for a draw but then Slutsk took an 81st minute lead.
He is talking with Arsenal so I don't know what's going to happen. Now it happens with Mikel that teams want him. He knows exactly what we would like but at the end the decision is personal. Merson: Arsenal 'clueless' in Arteta gamble Mikel Arteta: Look away now! Arsenal legend Paul Merson has issued a damning assessment of the Spaniard and says 'clueless' Arsenal would be taking a big gamble if they appoint the Manchester City assistant as their new manager.
Ancelotti represents Everton's best opportunity to achieve Moshiri's high ambitions - now the Italian will expect him to support his equally ambitious plans. Leeds United are within touching distance of ending their 16-year Premier League exile after a last-gasp victory at Swansea City. Leeds marked the passing of club legend Jack Charlton before kick-off at the Liberty Stadium, then produced a solid, organised performance which leaves them needing just four points from their three remaining fixtures to clinch automatic promotion.
Norwegian football acted quickly as the virus took hold, quarantining players who had been abroad for 14 days, cancelling the national team's Euro 2020 playoff with Serbia and suspending all football activity including training. The temporary layoffs are the next step in protecting the long-term future of the game, said Joachim Walltin, who is the director of NISO.
Whilst their away form is highly inconsistent, Plymouith's home record is very good and that leaves confidence high coming into Wednesday's game. The side have won their last 5 home league matches whilst scoring 13 times and having plunged in an average of 2.09 goals a game in League 2 at Home Park, their firepower in front of the home crowd is there for all to see.
We don't want artificial means of deciding who wins the league, who gets into the Champions League, who gets relegated and promoted. Ideally our players would have three or four weeks minimum to prepare for the first match back, but I accept there may have to be a squeeze on that timeframe. It might mean extra restrictions at our place of work .
At last! The main “Mr. Draw” of the season won the first victory under the leadership of Mikel Arteta. “Arsenal” in the last round in the match against “Newcastle” pleased with good performance. Nikolai Pepe opened in a new way, but Aubameyang and Lacazette never need a lot of time to mark effective actions. “Everton” also seems to have begun to experience a “second youth”. Carlo Ancelotti came and showed how to play in defense, and thanks to this the team is already in ninth place. Until recently, it seemed that both teams can be reset with a score this season.
But this notion has been rejected by alternative sources influential within Championship circles. It is hard enough getting all 24 clubs to agree the time of day, let alone the detail about how you could go about doing that,\" said one. It just wouldn't happen. Each club has a very different funding model. Some - Stoke and Preston are two examples - have long-standing, wealthy owners, who have already vowed to honour their financial commitments.
Assisted by Jefferson Lerma. Posted at 90' Attempt missed. Callum Wilson (Bournemouth) right footed shot from the centre of the box is close, but misses to the right. Assisted by Lloyd Kelly with a headed pass following a set piece situation. Posted at 89' Foul by Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham Hotspur). Posted at 89' Harry Wilson (Bournemouth) wins a free kick in the attacking half. BookingPosted at 87' Dan Gosling (Bournemouth) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
Any suspicions they would be lacking motivation after Friday's jaw-dropping announcement were quickly put to bed, however, as Rodri broke the deadlock on the half-hour mark with his first goal in front of the City faithful, after Gabriel Jesus had spurned two gilt-edged opportunities in a dominant first half display.
Ronaldo followed up his moment of triumph in Milan, when he scored the winning penalty in the shootout against Atleti, by also winning the European Championship, urging Portugal on from the sidelines after being withdrawn in the first half against France due to injury. With Messi losing in a second consecutive Copa America final with Argentina, his league and cup double was also overshadowed by a difficult summer in which he was found guilty of tax fraud and given a suspended jail sentence.
Casemiro looked to gave given the visitors the lead after just 13 minutes, heading from from a Toni Kroos free kick delivery. However, VAR was used to rule out the goal, showing the Brazilian midfielder to be offside when the cross was made. The breakthrough did finally come 12 minutes from the end, though, with Nacho Fernandez, who was playing at right back with Dani Carvajal suspended, glancing home a Kroos cross, giving Real Madrid the win to open up a three-point gap at the top of La Liga.
Assisted by Alfred Finnbogason. SubstitutionPosted at 76' Substitution, FC Augsburg. Alfred Finnbogason replaces Eduard Löwen. Posted at 75' Attempt missed. Serge Gnabry (FC Bayern München) right footed shot from the left side of the box is close, but misses to the right. Assisted by Alphonso Davies following a corner.
They have failed to score in seven of those and kept just three clean sheets. They managed three wins at the group stages and these came back to back before the shocker by Basel. Their real concern will however be in their away form in this competition, having lost six of their last nine. They have however avoided defeat in the last two away matches in the competition, with a draw against Qarabag and a win over F91 Dudelange.
BBC Sport is showing classic European Championship games throughout June in our Euros Rewind series - but who has scored the greatest goal?There are superb solo efforts, brilliant team goals and nerveless finishes but which from our stellar list would you rank first?We have come up with a shortlist of 12. You can watch each one below, then vote for your favourite at the bottom of the page, with the winner revealed here and on BBC One at 16:10 BST on Sunday, 28 June.
They will need to improve on their home form after managing just one win in their last five home matches, though it will be understandable, having hosted Liverpool, Leicester and Manchester United in three of the five. Their last home win in the Premier League came in December; in their last three league games at home, Wolves are winless, losing one and drawing two.
But all of you heard what came from the stands. The football is for all, it's not important whether you're black or white. It also happened to me in Romania but nowhere else,\" added Bahamboula, who played for Romanian club Astra Giurgiu in 2018. CSKA, 31-times Bulgarian champions, were fined an additional 4,000 levs after fans threw objects onto the field.
Chacarita Juniors will host Quilmes for this fixture of the league. Both teams are not very good teams in this season. Both teams are currently bottom of the table. Also, both teams have a poor results in the last matches. Nevertheless, I think, the visitors have better team than their opponent. Quilmes have better results in the last mutual matches. I think, the visitors have a real chance to break the poor series. Also, we have Chacarita who's is weak offensive team. Hosts have less potential. In any case, this will not be an easy task for the hosts. I think, Quilmes will closer to victory.
Bournemouth are looking to win three consecutive home games in the league for the first time since 2018 while Chelsea are seeking a first away win this year in their fourth attempt. Chelsea's Olivier Giroud, who opened his league account against Tottenham Hotspur last time out, has scored once and made four assists in three starts against Bournemouth.