广东时时彩单双 www.gnz2f.com.cn PETE JENSON IN SPAIN: Real Madrid's plans for next season are gathering pace with new signing defender Eder Militao hailed as the 'next Pepe' by the technical staff responsible for brining him to Spain after just one season in European football. After finding a new Pepe, Madrid must now turn their attention to finding a new Cristiano Ronaldo – something they failed to do last summer. Madrid president Florentino Perez knows that persuading Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi to allow Neymar and Kylian Mbappe to leave this summer will be problematic.
It's City v Spurs! Premier League rivals paired in all-English Champions League quarter-final while United handed tough task against Spanish giants Barcelona and Liverpool face Porto?
Manchester City and Tottenham have been paired together in an all-English Champions League quarter-final. Manchester United?will play?Barcelona, while Liverpool will take on Porto in the last eight. Ajax and Juventus?meet in the other tie.? The first legs will be played on April 9 and 10, the second legs on April 16 and 17.
There's a knife crime epidemic but we miss the real issue: Gray's face was slashed at 20... now the Watford striker has strong views on the scourge of our streets
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BY MATT BARLOW: Andre Gray talks honestly from personal experience about carrying a knife and being in gangs, and the problems of social neglect in the inner-cities. He talks of mentors, role models and an education system which wastes time on the Tudors and puts out the entrepreneurial flame of a child who makes money selling doughnuts in school. But Gray starts with the FA Cup because his own remarkable journey to the Premier League and Watford's quarter-final against Crystal Palace has its roots in the less fashionable end of the world's oldest football competition.
Spurred on? Man City stars in high spirits after drawing Tottenham in the Champions League as they train ahead of Swansea tie?
Manchester City's star-studded squad were in high spirits as they switched their attention to the FA Cup in their pursuit of the quadruple. Pep Guardiola's men face Championship side Swansea City on Saturday just four days after booking their place in the Champions League quarter-finals. City were rewarded for their 10-2 demolition of German side?Schalke in the last-16 with a tie against Premier League rivals Tottenham.???
'We weren't s*** at Arsenal, we played well': Solskjaer heartened by United display against Gunners despite defeat as stars turn up for training ahead of FA Cup clash?
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is taking consolation from the fact Manchester United were not 's***' in their defeat by Arsenal last weekend. It was Solskjaer's first domestic loss as caretaker boss and he admitted that United are approaching the period of the season dubbed 'squeaky bum time' by Sir Alex Ferguson as they battle for a top-four place and face Wolves in the FA Cup quarter finals on Saturday. But the Norwegian was heartened by his team's performance at the Emirates, even though he expressed it in rather colourful terms at his pre-match press conference on Friday.?
Liverpool stars work on aerial ability in training as they try to head balls into a bucket ahead of clash with Fulham
Liverpool stars looked to be enjoying themselves in training on Friday as they worked on their aerial ability by attempting to head balls into a bucket. Jurgen Klopp's side benefited from two headed goals in their Champions League win over Bayern Munich on Wednesday night and displayed just where their aerial prowess has come from. During one exercise in their latest session, the Reds were snapped juggling the ball in the air before having to knock it down into a red bucket positioned on the turf.
'I'm a bit scared that something has happened': Bellerin reveals rehab setback after having a spasm while sleeping without leg cast
Hector Bellerin has revealed the agony of his rehab as he tries to recover from a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament injury. The Arsenal defender was carried off on a stretcher in the Gunners' 2-0 win over Chelsea in early January. The setback has ruled the Spain international out for the season and Bellerin has described on his YouTube channel the pain he is enduring.?
'Too easy!': Chelsea fans confident of Europa League glory after Blues are handed favourable route to Baku starting in Prague
Chelsea fans believe Europa League success this season is an open-and-shut case after being handed a?favourable route to the final in Baku. Maurizio Sarri's men avoided difficult challenges against big hitters Arsenal and Napoli by drawing?Slavia Prague in the quarter-finals on Friday. The Blues will face the winner of Benfica and Frankfurt in the semi-final should they win the two-legged tie.
But it worked for Ronaldo! Croatian U19 player sees red for imitating Atletico boss Simeone's 'cojones' celebration during youth match
A young Croatian footballer was sent off for imitating Diego Simeone's 'cojones' celebration in an Under 19's game. The Atletico Madrid boss hit the headlines last month by grabbing his crotch after his side scored their second goal?in their Champions League round of 16 first leg win over Juventus. Explaining his gesture, Simeone said: 'I did it as a player at Lazio and I did it again to show our fans that we have cojones. I can only apologize if anyone was offended. It wasn't aimed at the other team, I was turning towards our own supporters.'
Jones and Farrell plot Scotland's downfall as England pray for favour from Ireland against Wales in bid to clinch title
Eddie Jones and Owen Farrell looked as though they were plotting how to defeat Scotland on Saturday.? England need to beat Scotland on Saturday and hope Ireland do them a favour in the earlier kick-off against leaders Wales to clinch the Six Nations title.? Jones and Farrell were deep in conversation as they strolled across the Twickenham pitch during Friday's training session.
Is this the coolest hole-in-one EVER? Ryan Moore slam dunks his ball straight into the cup without a bounce on Sawgrass' iconic 17th island hole during the Players
A hole-in-one is something most golfers can only dream of. To get one on the iconic 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass is even cooler. But to hit the ball straight into the hole without it taking a single bounce on the green? That's just ridiculous. Yet Ryan Moore did just that during the first round of the Players on Thursday, hitting arguably the greatest tee shot ever seen to the island green, which is surrounded by water and then thousands of fans lining the banks.
Manchester United legend Ferguson enjoys Gold Cup Day at Cheltenham where his horse Clan Des Obeaux finishes fifth
Sir Alex Ferguson appeared to be in high spirits and good health as he was pictured at the Cheltenham Festival on Friday. The former Manchester United manager, who underwent an operation on his brain in May last year, was seen smiling as he soaked up the atmosphere on Gold Cup Day. Ferguson part-owns Clan Des Obeaux, who was a runner in the day's main race. Clan Des Obeaux flirted with victory but tired up the famous Cheltenham Hill and eventually finished fifth as?Al Boum Photo won.
Sportsmail's?Laura Lambert owns a Cheltenham Festival winner after Pentland Hills?springs a surprise in the Triumph Hurdle
It still can't believe it. I own a Cheltenham Festival winner. What a crazy thing to be able to say. On Friday, just after 1.30pm I screamed Pentland Hills home up the Cheltenham hill as he sprung a surprise in the Triumph Hurdle from a starting price of 20-1. I lost all composure and will admit to shedding a few tears, but now I can appreciate why you often seen connections going mad in the paddock.
Formula 1 is BACK! Hamilton makes perfect start to title defence by setting fastest pace in first two Australian GP practice sessions
Lewis Hamilton signalled his intent to defend his Formula One work title by recording a practice double ahead of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix. The reigning world champion had said his team had 'work to do' after the pre-season testing sessions but no-one could match the Silver Arrows under blue skies at Melbourne's Albert Park in second practice on Friday afternoon. First Valtteri Bottas went around in one minute 22.648 seconds to lead the pack halfway through the 90-minute session with his first lap on soft tyres - half a second quicker than his pace on mediums.
Woods hits quadruple bogey at the 17th (dumping TWO shots into the water) to derail charge for the Players Championship
Tiger Woods saw his hopes of winning a third Players Championship title suffer a major blow on the 17th hole at Sawgrass on day two. Woods began the second round five shots off the lead but had moved ominously up the leaderboard with birdies on the 12th, 13th and 16th, having started from the 10th tee. However, the former world No 1 then dumped two balls into the water on the par-three 17th on his way to a quadruple-bogey seven.
McGregor cuts loose in Florida bar as UFC star buys 100 shots of his own Irish whiskey for fans, cooks some steaks and racks up bill worth ￡630
Conor McGregor cut loose in a Florida bar this week as he bought 100 shots of his own Irish whiskey and handed them out to punters. The controversial UFC star and his entourage piled into Miller's Ale House in Hollywood, Florida on Wednesday? Pictures show McGregor being invited behind the bar area by staff and he was more than happy to take pictures with fans and pour them some drinks.
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Zidane laps up the Madrid sun as he takes training session with Real stars ahead of his first game back against Celta Vigo
Zinedine Zidane continues to ease back into life at Real Madrid after taking his third training session on Friday morning. The Frenchman put his players through their paces on a sunny day at the club's training ground as he prepares for his first game back on Saturday. Real will host Celta Vigo at the Bernabeu as Zidane will look to get the Spanish giants back on track following their underwhelming season so far.
Beckham's Inter Miami franchise to play first two seasons in rebuilt Fort Lauderdale stadium to allow time to redevelop Miami Freedom Park site
David Beckham's Major League Soccer team Inter Miami will play their first two seasons 30 miles north of the city in a completely rebuilt stadium in Fort Lauderdale, the former England captain announced on Thursday.?
'Recreating that moment is going to be really special': Beckham to join Scholes and Butt in Manchester United legends team for match with Bayern Munich
David Beckham has spoken of his excitement at returning to Old Trafford and playing under Sir Alex Ferguson in the Treble Reunion game.?It has been revealed that the former England captain will be joined by Class of '92 colleagues Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt for the charity game on May 26. The United legends will play their Bayern Munich counterparts with all proceeds directed to the club's foundation. 'I'm so excited to be going back to Old Trafford in May,' Beckham told the club website .?
'It proves the club believe in me': Southampton full back Valery signs new deal keeping him at St Mary's until 2023
Southampton have snapped up Yan Valery to a long-term deal, with the full back signing a new deal until 2023. The French wing back, 20, has become an integral part of Ralph Hasenhuttl's squad since making his full debut in Mark Hughes' last match in charge, a 2-2 draw against Manchester United in December. Valery signed from Rennes in 2015 and progressed through the club's academy. He has featured in all of Hasenhuttl's 14 games at the helm, and chipped in with two goals in his last two games - the latter coming in the vital win against Spurs last weekend.
A Call On Me parody video, Darren Till headlining and a card overflowing with British talent - UFC London preview
The UFC returns to London and the UK fans have been served up a beast of a card for at the O2 Arena.?Darren Till, the biggest name in British MMA, headlines the show and is desperate to get back on track against the dangerous Jorge Masvidal.?His domestic rival Leon Edwards faces Gunnar Nelson in the co-main event.? Here, Sportsmail takes a closer look at each fight on Saturday's main card.??
'I'm not really talking about anything else other than being totally violent': Till vows to produce brutal backlash at UFC London in first fight since defeat to Woodley
Beware the irate Gorilla. Darren Till sampled the bitter taste of defeat for the first time against Tyron Woodley and has promised a chest-thumping backlash at UFC London this Saturday. He describes that botched title shot as a 'thorn' he'll never be able to pull out, but victory over Jorge Masvidal would at least sooth the wound. Till barely fired a shot last September in Las Vegas but isn't going to die wondering this time around.
After working his magic on the edge of the Arctic Circle, Swansea boss Potter is out to cast a spell on Guardiola's Manchester City
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Graham Potter is in his office, zig-zagging through memories from Hull to Ghana to Leeds to Sweden to Swansea. It's the travel-log of a marvelously unconventional career and also the reason why he offers a delightful perspective on the subject of managerial problem-solving. In time he will come to the issues of his modern world, where he has somehow kept the Swans going in league and cup despite what might be termed as a royal plucking from those in charge. Before any of that, he rewinds nine years to his final game as a player, aged 34, and one of his early assignments as a manager at Leeds Metropolitan University.