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Football | Europe

Five things we learned in European football this weekend
Barcelona, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain all moved closer to retaining their domestic titles this weekend, but there were plenty of other talking points in Europe. Read full article
African players in Europe: Salah helps Liverpool back to top
There were no African scorers in the English Premier League at the weekend, but Egyptian Mohamed Salah played a key role in the goal that took Liverpool back to the top. Read full article
Gerrard loses patience with Morelos after fifth red card
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has finally lost patience with striker Alfredo Morelos after the Colombian was sent off for a fifth time this season. Read full article
Azmoun double guides Zenit to win over Orenburg
Iranian striker Sardar Azmoun scored another brace for his new club as high-flying Zenit Saint Petersburg came from a goal down to beat Orenburg 3-1. Read full article
Forrest strikes as Celtic sink Rangers
James Forrest capped an explosive Old Firm derby by scoring the late winner with both teams down to 10 men to give Celtic a 2-1 victory over Rangers. Read full article
Real and Atletico to play ICC match in United States
Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid will take their rivalry outside Europe for the first time when the two Liga clubs play in the International Champions Cup (ICC) in the United States in July. Read full article
Give more clubs a shot at European competition, says ECA
European competitions should involve more teams from more national associations, the head of the umbrella organisation representing the continent's clubs (ECA) said on Tuesday. Read full article
Mourinho eyes management comeback and third Champions League
Jose Mourinho is gunning for a return to top level management and a third Champions League title, the former Real Madrid and Manchester United manager revealed on Friday in an interview with AFP. Read full article
Slavia dominate Czech team for England, Brazil
Players from Europa League sensation Slavia Prague form the backbone of a Czech Republic team facing England and Brazil later this month, a final nomination showed on Monday. Read full article
Five things we learned in European football this weekend
Zinedine Zidane marked his return to the Real Madrid dugout with a victory although Lionel Messi again stole the show in Spain with a magnificent hat-trick. Read full article
Greek derby called off due to fan violence
Violence in the stands and two pitch invasions forced the abandonment of Sunday's Greek Super League derby between Panathinaikos and Olympiakos at the Athens Olympic Stadium. Read full article
Ajax stumble in Dutch title race
Champions League quarterfinalists Ajax slumped to a 1-0 defeat away to AZ Alkmaar in the Dutch Eredivisie on Sunday to drop five points behind leaders PSV Eindhoven. Read full article
Spartak hold leaders Zenit in Moscow
Russian Premier League leaders Zenit were held to a 1-1 draw by Spartak Moscow in the capital on Sunday. Read full article
Bayern boss welcomes FIFA plans to revamp Club World Cup
Bayern Munich's Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has welcomed plans to revamp the Club World Cup, two days after the idea was rejected by Uefa and the European Club Association (ECA), to which Bayern belongs. Read full article
Ajax stumble in Dutch title race
Champions League quarterfinalists Ajax slumped to a 1-0 defeat away to AZ Alkmaar in the Dutch Eredivisie on Sunday to drop five points behind leaders PSV Eindhoven. Read full article
Celtic strike late again to go 10 points clear
Odsonne Edouard struck a 96th minute winner as Celtic moved 10 points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership with a 1-0 win at relegation-threatened Dundee on Sunday. Read full article
Gerrard frustrated as Rangers held by Kilmarnock
Rangers were held to a 1-1 draw by Kilmarnock on Saturday and risk falling 10 points behind Glasgow rivals Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership. Read full article
FIFA votes for new Club World Cup, Euro clubs confirm boycott
Fifa will go ahead with a new 24-team Club World Cup starting in 2021, the ruling body's President Gianni Infantino said on Friday, setting the global body in conflict with Europe's top clubs. Read full article
La Liga slams "catastrophic" UEFA proposals
Uefa proposals to change part of the Champions League format would be "catastrophic" for soccer but Fifa plans to overhaul the Club World Cup will be a boon for the sport, said Javier Tebas. Read full article
Umtiti, Coman return to France squad for start of Euro qualifiers
Barcelona defender Samuel Umtiti and Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman return to the France squad named on Thursday as the World Cup winners prepare for their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign. Read full article
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