• Enzo Zidane scores in Real Madrid debut
    Enzo Zidane, the eldest son of Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane, scored on his Real Madrid debut in a 6-1 win Copa del Rey over Cultural Leonesa. Barcelona, meanwhile, was held to a 1-1 tie at another Segunda Division B team, Hercules. Real Madrid's win was a second-leg, fifth-round encounter while Barcelona's game was the first leg of its series with Hercules.
  • Ibrahimovic strikes twice in Man United win
    Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Anthony Martial each scored twice as Manchester United beat West Ham, 4-1, to advance to the semifinals of the English League Cup three days after the teams tied, 1-1, in English Premier League play.
  • Southampton ousts Arsenal from League Cup
    Southampton reached the semifinals of the English League Cup for the first time since 1987 thanks to a 2-0 win over a below-par and under-strength Arsenal, which made 10 changes to the team that beat Bournemouth 3-1 in the Premier League on Sunday.
  • Soccer plane in Colombia crash was running out of fuel
    The pilot of the plane that crashed in Colombia virtually wiping out a Brazilian team Chapecoense had radioed he was running out of fuel and in an emergency, according to a recording of his final communications.
  • Hazard: EPL race will involve Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City
    Chelsea star Eden Hazard thinks the EPL title race will be a contest between the Blues, currently on top, and Liverpool and Manchester City, both a point behind.
  • Former English youth coach charged with sexual assault
    Barry Bennell, a former youth coach and talent scout at Crewe Alexandra and Manchester City, was charged on eight offenses of "non-recent" sexual assault against a boy under the age of 14.
  • Teenager Woodburn breaks Owen's Liverpool scoring mark
    Ben Woodburn eclipsed Michael Owen as Liverpool's youngest goalscorer when the 17-year-old Welshman scored for the Reds in their 2-0 win over Leeds United in the EFL Cup quarterfinals.
  • Liverpool's Klopp cautious about seeking Coutinho cover
    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp isn't ready to jump into the January transfer market for help in the wake of Brazilian Philippe Coutinho's ankle injury that will sideline him for up to six weeks.
  • Mourinho faces misconduct charges -- again
    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho faces charges of improper conduct after being sent to the stands Sunday during United's game against West Ham United.
  • High Court rules against Pulis in Crystal Palace suit
    West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis was ordered by the British High Court to pay former club Crystal Palace more than $4.5 million in damages for leaving the club at the start of the 2014-15 season.
  • Widening sexual abuse claims rock English soccer
    The English FA has appointed Kate Gallafent, a lawyer with experience in sexual abuse cases, to oversee an internal investigation into the growing claims of sexual abuse by coaches in the country's soccer development system.
  • Barcelona needs Iniesta back -- soon
    Since Barcelona captain Andres Iniesta's injury against Valencia, the Spanish champion has played six games, winning three (Granada, Sevilla and Celtic) but tying two (Malaga and Real Sociedad) and losing to Manchester City.
  • West Ham's Bilic: 'I'm not fearful'
    West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic is under pressure as the Hammers have suffered a drop in form. They are currently in 17th place in the EPL, 10 spots below where they finished in 2015-16. Still, he says he has support of West Ham management.
  • Report: Celtic warned Nagbe isn't for sale
    Portland Timbers star Darlington Nagbe attended Wednesday's Celtic-Barcelona game, fueling rumors of a possible move to Glasgow, but the Scottish champion was warned that he isn't for sale.
  • Bayern enjoys huge jump in revenues
    German champion Bayern Munich announced record revenues for the 2015-16 financial year of $664.6 million, up by more than $106 million from the previous year. Bayern's pre-tax profits reached almost $35 million.