LONDON: Tony Pulis is looking like a man with the Midas touch after steering struggling Crystal Palace to their second consecutive victory on Saturday, 2-0 over fellow promoted side Cardiff City.
BUNDESLIGA: Ribery bags a double as champions march on regardless to another title
PARIS: Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored two late goals and set up two more as Paris St Germain returned to winning ways with a thumping 5-0 victory over visitors Sochaux to open up a four-point lead at the top of Ligue 1 on Saturday.
MADRID: Real Madrid were held to an embarrassing 0-0 draw at third-tier Olimpic de Xativa in the King's Cup last 32, first leg on Saturday as they came down to earth with a bump after a series of big wins.
ROME: Two goals in three minutes from Napoli's Goran Pandev were not enough to secure victory as his side threw away a two-goal lead to draw 3-3 at home to Udinese in an end-to-end Serie A thriller on Saturday.
LONDON: Red-hot striker Luis Suarez followed a swashbuckling four-goal midweek show with another outstanding display to inspire Liverpool to a 4-1 drubbing of lowly West Ham in the Premier League on Saturday.
NATIONAL futsal coach Maizal Hairi Marzuki cautioned his team not to be intimidated by the home crowd when Malaysia play Myanmar on the first day of the Sea Games men's competition today.
THRASHING: They hit Brunei for seven with Malaysia’s coach Kim Swee watching from the stands
AFTER almost a year away from football recuperating from a severe injury, Ashri Chuchu has a chance to end the year on a high.
BRAZIL escaped tough opponents in the group stage of next year's World Cup but will probably face a major rival as early as the second round.
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TARGET: Martinez men set crosshairs on leaders Arsenal
DEALING up an intriguing World Cup draw, Fifa fired the starting gun on Friday for a Brazilian extravaganza which will see the hosts kick off against Croatia before defending champions Spain open their campaign against the Netherlands, whom they beat in the 2010 final.
COSTA DO SAUIPE: Brazilian legend Pele said on Friday he wanted to see Brazil lift the World Cup on home soil, remembering how his father cried after the 1950 shock final loss to Uruguay.
COSTA DO SAUIPE: Germany coach Joachim Loew has admitted his friendly relationship with USA boss Jurgen Klinsmann will be put on hold when their teams meet at the World Cup.