Manchester City’s Two-Year Ban From European Competition Overturned

Manchester City's two-year suspension from European football was overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Monday, allowing the club to compete in next season's elite Champions League competition.

CAS ruled that City did not breach Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules by disguising equity funding as sponsorship. Sport's highest court also reduced a fine for failing to cooperate with UEFA to $11.3 million from $34 million. 

Leicester City Implodes Against Relegation-Threatened Bournemouth

Bournemouth breathed life into its Premier League survival bid on Sunday, coming from a goal down to beat fourth-place Leicester City 4-1 for a first win in 10 games.

Leicester were in command after Jamie Vardy's scrappy first-half goal. But with the relegation trapdoor creaking underneath their feet, Bournemouth turned the match around in stunning fashion with Dominic Solanke scoring twice.

The Natural Sound On Alexandre Lacazette’s Thunderbolt Is Incredible

With Serge Aurier on his back and Davinson Sánchez and Harry Winks converging, Alexandre Lacazette took two touches into space before rifling a 20-yard effort beyond Hugo Lloris to open the scoring in Sunday’s North London derby at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. 

The natural sound — enjoyed through the NBC Sports website stream — perfectly captured the violence of Lacazette’s punishing finish. The highlights provided by NBC and Telemundo include the simulated crowd noise, but Lacazette’s punt is still audible and the “SHWACK” of the net remains entirely satisfying. 

Wilfried Zaha Targeted With Racial Abuse Before Crystal Palace-Aston Villa Kick-Off

Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha has been subjected to racist abuse on social media and the forward shared screenshots ahead of Sunday's Premier League game at Aston Villa.

The Ivory Coast international tweeted images of the messages he received from an individual on Saturday, which included one of members of the white supremacist organization the Ku Klux Klan.

Raúl Jiménez Nets 25th Goal Of The Season To Keep Wolves In Champions League Fight

Wolves boosted its hopes of qualifying for the Champions League with an emphatic 3-0 home win over Everton in the Premier League on Sunday.

Victory lifted Nuno Espírito Santo’s side up to sixth in the standings with 55 points — four points behind fourth-placed Leicester City who plays Bournemouth later on Sunday. Everton remained in 11th place on 45 points, with Carlo Ancelotti's dreams of European qualification fading with only three games left in the season.

Manchester City Shows Off Best Offense In England With 5-0 Destruction Of Brighton

BRIGHTON, England — Raheem Sterling struck a hat trick as Manchester City crushed Brighton 5-0 at the AmEx Stadium in the Premier League on Saturday.

Second-placed City had lost their previous three away games but never looked likely to extend that streak against a Brighton side that struggled from the outset.

Brighton-Man City Highlights

Sheffield United Equals One Of The Best (Dumbest?) Records Ever To Beat Chelsea

Chelsea’s march toward Champions League football next season took a stumble with a 3-0 defeat to Sheffield United, which improved its own chances of playing in Europe in the fall. In doing so, the Blades equaled one of the most remarkable records in Premier League history.

Burnley (Burnley? Yes, Burnley) Ends Liverpool’s Insane Home Winning Streak

LIVERPOOL, England — Champions Liverpool failed to win at home for the first time in the Premier League since January 2019 after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Burnley on Saturday.

Jay Rodriguez equalised for Burnley in the 69th minute after Andy Robertson had given Liverpool a first-half lead.

Liverpool now have 93 points with three games remaining as they hunt down Manchester City's record total of 100 points from two years ago. Burnley are ninth on 50 points.

Norwich, Seeking Miracle To Stay Up, Allows Michail Antonio To Score 4

Norwich City could not add a "third miracle" to their story as a 4-0 thrashing by West Ham United at Carrow Road on Saturday condemned the Norfolk club to relegation from the Premier League, manager Daniel Farke said.

Michail Antonio's four-goal salvo sent Norwich into the Championship and they are the first team to be relegated from the Premier League five times.

The Canaries have 21 points from 35 games, 13 adrift of 17th-placed Watford with three games left.

Jordan Henderson Out Injured For Rest Of Season, Will Still Lift Premier League Trophy

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has been ruled out of the rest of the Premier League champions' campaign after the midfielder sustained a knee injury in their midweek win at Brighton & Hove Albion, manager Jürgen Klopp said on Friday.

Klopp was forced to withdraw Henderson 10 minutes from fulltime in the 3-1 win after a collision with Yves Bissouma but the German said the 30-year-old does not require surgery.