Liverpool produced the best Champions League comeback of the week, according to an unofficial poll conducted by Press Association Sport.
Liverpool sent social media into a spin during an epic Champions League encounter against Barcelona in which the Reds prevailed against the odds.
Leicester midfielder Hamza Choudhury has apologised after a series of offensive historic Twitter posts came to light.
Manchester United’s fortuitous victory over West Ham on Saturday was attended by an unlikely lucky charm.
Twitter has been urged to take action after racially abusive tweets targeting a range of Premier League footballers were found on the site up to five years after being posted.
The decision to name Declan Rice as the Republic of Ireland’s Young Player of the Year has been described as “madness” by fans on social media.
Chelsea have received angry and bemused responses from their fans after sharing a post on Twitter about summer transfer targets, despite FIFA banning them from making signings.
Zenit St Petersburg arrived for their Europa League match in blazing style as fans welcomed the team bus with a spectacular pyrotechnic salute.
England’s most capped player Peter Shilton and former national team captain Gary Lineker are among those to have paid tribute to Gordon Banks, who has died at the age of 81.
Former Arsenal Women captain Alex Scott has thanked those who supported her after negative comments were made about her Super Sunday appearance at the weekend.
Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah appears to have deleted his social media accounts.
Paul Pogba has responded to an Australian football fan whose parents went viral after posing for a photo with the Manchester United star, despite having no idea who he was.
Rio Ferdinand has been widely criticised for defending Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley’s running of the club.
Some goals are so memorable you don’t even need words or footage to be reminded of them.
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