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Who'll recover the quickest from the Champions League drama?
On Saturday, Man City and Tottenham will reconvene at the Etihad Stadium, ostensibly for a football match. But what we'll really be watching is a contest of emotional recovery, a struggle to see who can compose themselves first after the extraordinary events of Wednesday night.
It's tough to work out who is better placed: the team who...
BRIGHTON, England -- Three points on Brighton 3-2 Manchester United in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.
1. Jose Mourinho warning appears true
Jose Mourinho said this season would be tough for Manchester United, but he probably did not expect to be proved right quite so quickly.
Through the summer and during the first week of the new Premier League season, he has painted a bleak picture of United's prospects. Even a 2-1 win over Leicester on opening night did little to improve his mood.
There is a longstanding summer tradition of the big stars from the Dutch top tier heading to the English Premier League. The list of those who have shone -- such as Arjen Robben and Ruud van Nistlerooy -- is mirrored by the misses -- Mateja Kezman, Afonso Alves and Jon Dahl Tomasson. It remains to be seen on what side of that divide Alireza Jahanbakhsh falls as he becomes Brighton and Hove Albion's record signing, but the Iranian winger has shone every time he has stepped up to the next level.
LIVERPOOL, England -- Three points on Liverpool's 4-0 win over Brighton as Mohamed Salah broke more records to confirm a top-four finish for the Reds.
1. Salah makes history again
Salah created his own piece of Premier League history by writing Luis Suarez, Cristiano Ronaldo and Alan Shearer out of the record books with his 32nd league goal of the season as Liverpool secured a top-four finish with an easy win over Brighton at Anfield.
In Liverpool's final game before the Champions League final against...