Morning Football Updates 06-02-2019

Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund crashed out of German Cup after losing on penalties to Werder Bremen.After extra time both the teams were tied 3-3.Jiri Pavlenka was the hero for Bremen as he saved opening two attempts as Dortmund lost the last 16 tie 4-2 on penalties.Borussia Dortmund missed key players

Morning Latest EPL updates 05-02-2019

Liverpool were held to 1-1 draw by West Ham in premier league on Monday night.Sadio Mane put Reds ahead in 22nd minute only to see Hammers level six minutes later through Antonio strike.The result leaves Liverpool just 3 points ahead at the top.Manchester City can move up to top on

Colaba Sports Academy crush Jupiter FC 7-0

Colaba Sports Academy showed crushed Jupiter FC 7-0 in a First Division match of the Rusttomjee-MDFA League at the Neville D' Souza ground, Bandra. In big win it was Abhishek Bhosle who struck four goals with a hat-trick, Rohan Pagdhare played a decent role with

Football: Henry battles to lift Monaco

Thierry Henry has been sent reinforcements as he continues his faltering bid to save Monaco from relegation in a French football league weekend which returns to a full programme of fixtures after weeks of disruption brought on by nationwide protests and a terrorist attack. Henry's Monaco are 19th, three points away

Football: Spurs Are Two Hot

Mauricio Pochettino called for Arsenal to take "responsibility" after Tottenham star Dele Alli was hit by a bottle thrown from the crowd during his side's 2-0 League Cup quarterfinal win on Wednesday. South Korea forward Son Heung-Min put Tottenham ahead and Alli increased their advantage as they won at the Emirates Stadium

Football: Belgium on top of Fifa rankings

Belgium will end the year as No.1 ahead of world champions France in the global rankings released by FIFA on Thursday. Belgium, beaten by France in the World Cup semifinals, edge Didier Deschamps' team by one ranking point. Belgium have 1,727 points by FIFA's calculations to, 1,726  for France. Brazil are third

Football: Roma battles back, Napoli keep pace with Juventus

Roma battled for a 3-2 Serie A victory over Genoa to give beleaguered coach Eusebio Di Francesco a lifeline at the Stadio Olimpico on Sunday despite goalkeeper Robin Olsen's early blunder. It ended Roma's five-match winless streak dating back to a 4-1 triumph over Sampdoria on November 11 and lifted Di Francesco's