Interesting results occurred in several midweek international friendlies, notably the matches between England against Italy along with Spain's battle with Argentina.
Three Lions were left with a slight bitter taste as they're potential home win over Gli Azzurri only turned into a draw following controversial VAR decision late in that game.
Transfer rumors never seems to stop coloring Eden Hazard's in recent years, notably with previous news regarding Real Madrid's interest on him.
However, for now the Belgium international said that he doesn't have any concern over those rumors or his future as the winger is only focusing on Chelsea and upcoming World Cup 2018.
Only finishing as runners up in previous World Cup certainly left a bitter taste for Argentina players, notably their super star Lionel Messi.
The Barcelona player admitted that their defeat in 2014 was a disappointing part of his career, while stating that this upcoming World Cup will probably his last shot to win it for Albiceleste.
Having just completed his move from Manchester United to Major League Soccer side, LA Galaxy, Zlatan Ibrahimovic apparently is keen on focusing for his new team instead of thinking about other things, including upcoming World Cup.
Almost losing any hope of getting back into England national setup for 2018 World Cup, Arsenal midfielder, Jack Wilshere is now happy following his recent call up for Three Lions' upcoming friendly matches.
Chelsea made their way into FA Cup semifinals round after their success on eliminating fellow premier league outfit, Leicester City in the quarter finals this weekend.
It took Antonio Conte's men until extra time to defeat The Foxes with a 2-1 score line, which means that Eden Hazard and co booked themselves a date against Southampton in the next round.
UEFA Champions League quarter finals set to provide more entertainment for football fans, notably as there's several exciting match ups, including Premier League derby between Liverpool and Manchester City.
Entering the semifinal round, this season's UEFA Champions League campaign is close to its climax with four teams gunning for that prestigious trophy.
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Being able to score 26 goals in 41 appearances, there is no argument that Zlatan Ibrahimović was out to prove a point as he continued his career at Manchester United. Known for his excellent skills in front of goal, the former Swedish international has graced the centre stage in most of the biggest leagues in Europe.
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.