Zlatan Ibrahimovic is 'one of the best' - Ronald Koeman

I don't like too much individually about the performances of the players because it's a team. It's a team. Every individual is a part of the team. They were not good enough but I was proud. But while he dreams of playing for one of the Champions League big guns, his critics point to a string of disappointing displays against the Prem's top dogs, and only four of his last 39 league goals have been against the big six. Read More

Islanders 4, Sabres 2

Islanders 4, Sabres 2

Clutterbuck gave NY a 1-0 lead 9:31 into the first period when he lifted a wrist shot from the right circle over Lehner's glove. Crosby leads Penguins past Rangers in shootout NEW YORK - Sidney Crosby had a goal and an assist in regulation and then got the clinching goal in the shootout to lift Pittsburgh to a 4-3 win over the New York Rangers on Friday night, snapping the Penguins' four-game skid. Read More

Things to Watch at Final Four of the NCAA Tournament

The victor of the Oregon-UNC game will face Gonzaga for the title on Monday night. Gonzaga's main worry will be SC guard Sindarius Thornwell, whose scoring average of 21.6 points per game leads all remaining players in the NCAA tournament. PJ Dozier led the Gamecocks with 17 points and Thornwell, the leading scorer in the NCAA Tournament at 25.8 points per game during the first four rounds, finished with 15 on 4-for-12 shooting after starting slow. Read More

Anthony Lynn believes Adrian Peterson will have 'a hell of a season'

He was suspended the remainder of the 2014 season after those child abuse charges surfaced. Between his age (32) and his alleged asking price (At least $8 million in the first year of his contract), teams have basically been staying away from the running back. Read More

Everton lose defender Ramiro Funes Mori to injury for rest of season

Everton lose defender Ramiro Funes Mori to injury for rest of season

The Toffees, who face Liverpool in the Merseyside derby on Saturday, have already lost right-back Seamus Coleman for several months after he suffered a double leg break playing for Republic of Ireland against Wales. Tottenham's Erik Lamela takes a penalty against Manchester City in October. Despite a lengthy period of rehabilitation "he has been unable to reach the stage required to make a full return to training", the club said. Read More

Craig Shakespeare: Leicester 'not safe' from relegation

The 53-year-old will become the first English manager to win his first four Premier League matches if the Foxes beat Stoke on Saturday. On keeping cool ahead of the Premier League run-in: "We know that it wasn't so long ago that our form was being questioned". Read More

Zverev ousts top seed Wawrinka in Miami

Federer was taken to three sets and had to save a match point in his quarter-final in Miami , eventually progressing past Tomas Berdych 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (8/6) in a tie-break nail-biter. Following his heart-stopping win yesterday in Miami over Tomas Berdych in which he saved two match points, Roger Federer said he doesn't mind it when it gets loud. Read More

Germany's Lukas Podolski crowns farewell with stunning victor over England

Podolski's 69th-minute victor was Germany's first shot on target, with Adam Lallana having hit the post and Dele Alli missing a one-on-one during a first hour which England largely controlled. "I think we'll look back and reflect that, had we taken our chances, we win that game". Lukas Podolski, who called time on his Germany career after 13 years and a World Cup medal, admits previous England teams were stuck in the dark ages. Read More

Rickie Fowler leads the way in Houston

Jordan Spieth shot 69. Last week, he lost his opening match to Hideto Tanihara of Japan in the Match Play and didn't advance out of his group. The Shell Houston Open can never be treated in isolation. Reed managed two birdies and bogey on the back nine and ended up at 5 over and tied for 137th in a field of 144 players. The 29-year-old from South Korea turned professional in 2007 and played the 2011 and 2012 seasons on the PGA Tour finishing as high as third at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am ... Read More

North Carolina gov signs bill to repeal bathroom law

North Carolina gov signs bill to repeal bathroom law

Considering that neither conservatives or liberals are happy with the deal, Lt. Gov. Dan Forrest, a Republican and avid supporter of H.B. The new law also bans local governments from enacting ordinances that regulate private employment practices or public accommodations, ike bathrooms, until 2020. Read More

Lippi leads China over SKorea 1-0 in World Cup qualifier

Lippi leads China over SKorea 1-0 in World Cup qualifier

That result lifts Syria to fourth and within a point of third-placed Uzbekistan . "We knew China would play aggressively from the start, but we had a tough match in the first 20 minutes", Stielike said. But Iran , coached by Carlos Queiroz , will come up against a far more organised and determined team than they may have been expecting. U.A.E. remained in fourth place, one point behind Australia for the playoff spot. Read More

This is how Alexis Sanchez relaxed ahead of Arsenal v Man City

I still have a year on my contract and I love... this club [Arsenal]. "You have to be cautious when they give interviews in their home country". So it is hardly a surprise that all and sundry have leaped on the comments of the Arsenal and Chile global star Alexis Sanchez this week, interpreting his comments to mean that he wants to sign for Chelsea, even though our striker said nothing about Antonio Conte or his team and nothing about leaving the Gunners. Read More

Cowboys' Jason Garrett says team working through Romo situation, praises Leary

Cowboys' Jason Garrett says team working through Romo situation, praises Leary

The Tony Romo situation doesn't sound like it's close to being resolved. "[Romo] and Jerry Jones are the principle people in working that situation through". "He's been a great player for us for a long time, and we're fortunate to have him". "Well first of all, Tony is under contract so he's a Dallas Cowboy ", Texans coach Bill O'Brien said . Read More

Hue Jackson Explains Why He's Been Skipping QB Pro Days This Year

Hue Jackson Explains Why He's Been Skipping QB Pro Days This Year

If the Browns do keep their top pick, most national draft experts expect them to select defensive end Myles Garrett from Texas A & M. Jackson made it clear he hopes the Browns could still trade for a veteran quarterback like New England Patriots backup Jimmy Garoppolo or Cincinnati Bengals backup AJ McCarron . Read More

Neymar eyes Manchester United move

Tottenham Hotspur kept up the distant chase of Premier League leaders Chelsea with a hard-earned 2-1 victory over Southampton to cut the gap to 10 points. Barcelona booked their place in the last eight in sensational fashion when they thrashed PSG 6-1 at home, making Champs League history as the first team to overcome a 4-0 first-leg deficit, with Neymar netting twice and setting up the dramatic winning goal. Read More

Inside The Matchup: 2017 NCAA Final Four

And Chris Mack is passing up his predecessors on the list of names for best coach in Xavier history. Whichever description you prefer, it'll be the Pacific Northwest vs. The game-winning play to O'Mara was a flawless example of that. They're really, really good. OR earned its spot in the Final Four with its upset victory over Kansas Saturday night. Read More

Gonzaga And Oregon Off To Men's NCAA Final Four

It's been a rough weekend so far for Gonzaga star guard Nigel Williams-Goss. "We're 40 minutes away from a Final Four". And to all those memorable 'Zags of years past - from Matt Santangelo and Richie Frahm to Ronny Turiaf and Adam Morrison; Robert Sacre and Elias Harris to Gary Bell and Kevin Pangos - let there be no mistaking the magnitude of the current group's feat. Read More

Everton boss Ronald Koeman makes vow to Seamus Coleman after horrific injury

There were plenty of head to heads to look forward to from the game but none more so than this. However it didn't quite come off for him, perhaps suggesting that he isn't still fully match fit following a long lay-off. Our thoughts are with him. He has had an exceptional season with both club and country, and he will be a big loss. The answer to this is massive, absolutely massive. Read More

Daniel Ricciardo Still Searching For First Podium In His Home Grand Prix

Daniel Ricciardo Still Searching For First Podium In His Home Grand Prix

Mercedes look favourites yet again going into the first race of the season, but Ferrari look to have closed the gap and are being considered a genuine threat to the Silver Arrows team's dominance. The new owners of Formula One are planning to have more races and a greater presence in North America, and wouldn't mind revving up the ratings with some extra friction among drivers. Read More

Wales manager leaps to defence of Taylor

Wales manager leaps to defence of Taylor

He tweeted: "I didn't want to acknowledge the nonsense on here, but those who have wrongly interpreted and commented on what my thoughts were at that moment in time need their heads testing". McClean was named as the Three Man of the Match following the scoreless draw. " First and foremost, the most important thing is Seamus Coleman". Bournemouth took Harry Arter off to Dubai last Sunday after the midfielder was unavailable for the club game on the Saturday and perhaps that sort of ... Read More