Football

8:30 AM ET Matthew Hoppe came to the U.S.’ January camp in Southern California before securing a loan move from Middlesbrough to Hibernian. Omar Vega/Getty Images CARSON, Calif. — Matthew Hoppe stood in the postgame mixed zone following the U.S. men’s national team‘s 0-0 draw with Colombia, soaking in what had transpired over the previous two
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4:50 PM ET Manchester United cruised into the final of the Carabao Cup after completing a 5-0 aggregate win over Nottingham Forest with a 2-0 victory in Wednesday’s semifinal second leg at Old Trafford. Substitute Anthony Martial and midfielder Fred scored quick-fire second-half goals to put the seal on a tie that was effectively decided
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6:33 AM ET Hakim Ziyech will not join Paris Saint-Germain on loan from Chelsea due to late paperwork causing the deal not to be registered by the French football governing body (LFP), sources have told ESPN. Sources have told ESPN that PSG argue Chelsea were late to send the paperwork to finalise the transfer due
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7:54 PM ET Chelsea have signed Enzo Fernandez from Benfica after meeting the midfielder’s €1201 million (£106.8m) release clause, the Portuguese side announced on Tuesday. A statement from Benfica confirmed that a deal had been reached between the clubs over how Chelsea would pay the release fee for the 22-year-old, who has signed an eight-and-a-half
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7:17 AM ET Rob DawsonCorrespondent Manchester United midfielder Christian Eriksen is set to be out at least three months with an ankle injury suffered against Reading in the FA Cup on Saturday. Eriksen left Old Trafford on crutches following a challenge from Andy Carroll, who was later sent off following another late tackle on Casemiro.
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10:22 AM ET Kaoru Mitoma struck late as Brighton beat Liverpool on Sunday. Bryn Lennon/Getty Images FA Cup holders Liverpool were knocked out of the competition in stunning circumstances as Kaoru Mitoma‘s stoppage-time goal secured Brighton & Hove Albion‘s passage to the fifth round with a 2-1 win at the Amex Stadium on Sunday. The defeat
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4:52 PM ET Three quick-fire second-half goals allowed Manchester United to ease to a 3-1 win over Championship side Reading in Saturday’s FA Cup fourth round tie at Old Trafford. After a frustrating first half, Casemiro struck twice in four minutes before the hour mark to put United on the path to victory. Substitute Fred
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