Major League Soccer, DC United v Chicago Fire highlights and goals video. Played on Wednesday 22 August 2012. Scorers: Dwayne De Rosario, Daniel Paladini, Lionard Pajoy, Brandon McDonald, Gonzalo Segares, Long Tan.
Roberto Di Matteo has praised new signing, Eden Hazard following his two performances in a Chelsea shirt.
Hazard proved to be an influential figure during last Sunday's clash at Wigan, setting up the first goal, as well as winning a penalty, converted by fellow team mate, Frank Lampard.
Newcastle manager, Alan Pardew has accepted FA's charge made against him, following an incident at the weekend involving the Magpies manager and a linesman.
The former West Ham manager, accordingly "pushed" the linesman nearest him during Newcastle's clash with Tottenham.
Reading were under a third of an hour away from pulling off this season's biggest shock, as they lead European champions, Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues managed to pull back the lead, with their clinical finishing giving them the killer touch to take all three points.
QPR have taken swift action, once again, by confirming the arrival of defender, Ricardo Carvalho from Real Madrid.
The Portuguese international has been strongly linked with a move to Loftus Road, helping Mark Hughes' defensive issues.
Liverpool take on Hearts, in an all British affair this week in the Europa League, but will be minus two key players.
Gaffer, Brendan Rogers has taken the bold decision in resting captain, Steven Gerrard and striker, Luis Suarez.
Now that the busiest period for English clubs is over, we look back in what was one of the most hectic transfer windows in recent history. Alexis Sanchez moving to Manchester United and Arsenal getting the Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Borussia Dortmund stole the newspapers headlines, but we look what all 20 teams did on the transfer market and more important have they improved their squads:
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Pep Guardiola’s dream of an undefeated Premier League season came crashing down around him in mid-January, with Liverpool’s free-flowing attacking play causing Manchester City numerous problems at Anfield, with the Reds recording a 4-3 victory in a thrilling encounter, where the art of defending was thrown out of the window by both sides.
Manchester City's unbeaten run in English Premier League coming to an end this past weekend following their 4-3 defeat from Liverpool, but that result apparently still not affecting the bookmakers odds on their success this season.
Let's face it Manchester City looks like it has the English Premier League all bottled up and tied in a big red bow for the win. At the present time, and being 14 points ahead of the next team, it looks like it's a done deal.