Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno to MOTD: "Of course there is big disapointment, it hurts very much but we can't feel sorry for ourselves. We have to stay positive. We have to win games to come out of this situation.
Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl told MOTD: "We played against Man City. They’re not so bad, eh? To be honest we played a much better game than last season when we won 1-0. We have made such progress since then.
Crystal Palace captain Luka Milivojevic to BT Sport: "It's hard to speak after a defeat like that, they were so clinical.
"They punished every mistake, opened the game well, we were in it after that and had chances.
Everton boss Ancelotti: "It's been a good week. We've found consistency defensively and that was the reason for these two results.
"It keeps us with a lot of confidence, a lot of ambition and a lot of motivation.
"I thought we looked a threat when we equalised," said Bruce, referring to Ciaran Clark's 65th-minute header.
"Of course Leeds are always going to ask you questions the way they play, they do it very well, but we've gifted them the two or three goals at the end.
Brighton boss Graham Potter, speaking about goalkeeper Robert Sanchez after he made a number of excellent saves: "I made the decision to go with Rob, he has some incredible attributes we wanted to use.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta, speaking to Match of the Day: "We didn't have time to think, we adjusted two or three things to try and win the game. The boys came out like we did three days ago [against Burnley], we scored a really good goal, on top in the game, and again we shoot ourselves in the foot.
We’ve arrived at gameweek 19 in the Premier League and as always seems to be the case at the minute, it’s another action-packed round of matches with no less than 16 Premier League fixtures between Saturday and Thursday.
Not too many football clubs out there are able to go from rookies to a dominant force in the Premier League. Yet, under Jürgen Klopp, the team has achieved just that. Having achieved a lot as the team's manager, Klopp has been able to drive home numerous successes and not least thanks to unique and talented players as Mohamed Salah, who has completely upended fans' expectations to deliver a sterling performance time and again.
It’s been almost 20 years since a French side won the Champions League, and following a heartbreaking defeat in the final for PSG last season, could 2020/21 finally mark the season in which the trophy returns to the country?
Back in 1992/93, Marseille lifted the trophy, beating AC Milan 1-0 at the Olympiastadion in Munich.
The rivalry between the two derbies has arguably never been an all-time interesting than in recent days, with Red Devils boasting of the all-time records of 13 out of the 26 seasons Premier League as against the recent 3 out of 5 trophies chalk by the Etihad.
The English Premier League is one of the most impressive soccer competitions in the world, and there is a good reason for that. The quality of football attracts a global audience that swears allegiance not to nationality but to clubs.
Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal have been installed as the two favorites to win the 2020-21 UEFA Europa League after matchday 4.
Current Premier League leaders Tottenham hammered Ludogorets 4-0 on Thursday night, which included a brace from loanee Carlos Vinicius and a 50-yard strike from Harry Winks.
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Bayern Munich are the bookmakers’ favourites to win the 2020-21 UEFA Champions League after becoming the first side to win their group earlier this week.
Hansi Flick’s side have won four out of four in Group A, opening up a seven-point lead over Atletico Madrid in second, with two games to play.
Tottenham have made a superb start to the 2020/21 season and fans are starting to believe this might be the year they finally end their long wait for a league title.
Heading into the new campaign, few had Tottenham down as genuine title contenders.
There are growing concerns amongst managers in the Premier League that the congested schedule is causing multiple injuries within their ranks. Players picking up knocks is up by 15% in the early stages of this campaign compared to other seasons, and it now seems very likely that the five-substitute rule, that was in place for the remainder of last season, as a part of the Football Association’s Project Restart, is going to be reinstated.
Heading into the November winter break, Leicester City is the perhaps surprising name found at the summit of the Premier League table.
There’s no doubt that Brendan Rodgers has revolutionised the Foxes, who have been dynamic, exuberant and an attacking force to be reckoned with so far in 2020/21.
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For all the domestic success that Manchester City have accrued over the past decade or so, there is still one thing that alludes them and that is the ability to dine at the very top table of European football.