Premier League: Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus says he put himself under immense pressure due to goal drought
Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus said that he put too much pressure on himself to score and the burden of a barren run threatened to take its toll on the Brazilian striker who surpassed 100 career goals on Wednesday.
Euro 2020 Qualifiers: In-form Alvaro Morata returns to Spain squad; Sergio Busquets only Barcelona player to feature
Spain have already qualified for Euro 2020 ahead of their final two group matches at home to Malta on 15 November and Romania on 18 November
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is hopeful Kevin De Bruyne could be fit for Sunday's Premier League meeting with Wolves.
Manchester City says Kevin De Bruyne sustained a groin injury in the 3-1 win over Everton in the Premier League on Saturday.
Champions League: Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola brushes aside concerns over Fernandinho's extended workload in defence
Guardiola also had warm words for Riyad Mahrez, who impressed in the 3-1 win against Everton and has been directly involved in 17 goals in his past 17 starts for City in all competitions
Serie A: AS Roma registers first win of season, Bologna script comeback against Brescia to move second in table
Roma are just behind in eighth after new coach Paulo Fonseca got his first win , a 4-2 defeat of Sassuolo, for the capital side.
Champions League: Red Star Belgrade fans celebrate qualification atop tank despite receiving flak for symbolism behind vehicle
After the match, Red Star fans and players joined the late-night victory parade on the streets of the Serbian capital by riding on a large armoured personnel carrier
Champions League: Red Star Belgrade, Dinamo Zagreb and Olympiacos progress to group stage of tournament
Red Star Belgrade drew their play-off second leg 1-1 at home to Young Boys in Belgrade to advance on away goals with the score all square at 3-3.
Guillaume Hoarau's second-half penalty claimed a 2-2 draw to deny former winners Red Star Belgrade a comeback victory over Young Boys.
Court of Arbitration for Sport upholds Albanian club Skenderbeu's 10-year ban from European football for match-fixing
UEFA raised concerns about Skenderbeu and their ties to betting companies, and the influence of Ridvan Bode, a former government finance minister, and club president Ardjan Takaj
Europa League Draw: Arsenal face last-16 debutantes Rennes; Chelsea come up against Ukraine's Dynamo Kiev
After beating Swedish side Malmo 5-1 on aggregate, Chelsea might find the going tougher against Ukrainian giants Dynamo Kiev, who have been known to have an upset or two in them
Croatia court drops perjury charges against Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren in Zdravko Mamic corruption case
Lovren, 29, was charged in September with committing perjury over his testimony at the 2017 trial of former Dinamo Zagreb boss Zdravko Mamic, who is accused of multi-million-euro graft
Croatia court drops perjury charges against Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric, cites lack of evidence for false testimony
In March, Croatian prosecutors had charged Modric, 33, with committing perjury during evidence he gave in the multi-million-euro corruption trial of former Dinamo Zagreb boss Zdravko Mamic.
Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric cleared of perjury charges in trial of former Dinamo Zagreb boss Zdravko Mamic
Real Madrid's midfielder Luka Modric has been absolved of blame in the trial of his former boss Zdravko Mamic, after being accused of perjury by a Croatian prosecutors
Premier League: Dejan Lovren charged with perjury in Croatia after allegedly giving false statements during corruption trial
Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren was charged on Wednesday over alleged perjury at the trial of Zdravko Mamic, the former Dinamo Zagreb boss.
Croatian international Mateo Kovacic has joined Chelsea on a season long loan as part of the deal that saw Belgian goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois going the other way.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Croatia wade through obstacles and turmoil to script fairytale run to the final
There is turmoil in Croatian football. There are numerous issues that have threatened to derail the national team, yet in the middle of it all, they are in a World Cup final.
In line with Croatian law the prosecutors did not name Modric as the indictee but identified him as a "Croatian citizen born in 1985." Local media identified him as Modric.
Mamic is charged of having organised a criminal enterprise with the aim to get pecuniary gain for himself and others.
Luka Modric joined Real Madrid from Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur in 2012. The 31-year-old had joined the Londoners from Croatian giants, Dinamo Zagreb in 2008.