Ex-captains Keane, Neville slam Man Utd after Anfield loss

LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) - Former Manchester United captains Gary Neville and Roy Keane turned their fire on their old club after Jose Mourinho's side fell to a dispiriting 3-1 defeat to old rivals Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday.

Mourinho bemoans United's lack of physicality

LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) - Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho lamented his team's lack of physicality -- and their problems with injuries -- after they suffered a 3-1 loss to Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday.

Soccer-Doubles for Poulsen and Werner as Leipzig thrash Mainz

BERLIN (Reuters) - Yussuf Poulsen and Timo Werner scored twice each as RB Leipzig crushed Mainz 05 4-1 on Sunday to maintain their hold on fourth place in the Bundesliga.

Liverpool beat Man Utd to go top as Chelsea keep up chase

LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) - Liverpool regained top spot in the Premier League after an impressive 3-1 victory over old rivals Manchester United at Anfield on Sunday put them a point ahead of title rivals Manchester City.

Saints given bounce by managerial change

LONDON (Reuters) - Southampton were left hoping for a sustained bounce to take them clear of relegation worries after ending both their long run without a win and Arsenal's even longer period of unbroken success on Sunday.

Centrebacks Shahrul and Aidil apologise to fans after Cup final loss

HANOI: We are sorry. Malaysian centrebacks Shahrul Mohd Saad and Mohamad Aidil Zafuan Abdul Radzak apologised to the Malaysian fans after the team went down 1-0 to Vietnam in the second leg of the AFF Suzuki Cup final.

The destroyer: Vietnam’s Nguyen Anh Duc (right) scoring the winning goal against Malaysia in the AFF Suzuki Cup final second-leg match at the MyDinh Stadium in Hanoi, Vietnam, on Saturday. — AP

Korean coach Hang-seo hailed as a legend after Vietnam’s win

HANOI: Streets around Hanoi were adorned with pictures of Vietnam head coach Park Hang-seo (pic) and South Korean flags as the nation rejoiced the country’s victory in the AFF Suzuki Cup after a decade.

Defeat just the beginning for this team, says Cheng Hoe

HANOI: This is not the end, it’s just the beginning. Calling Malaysia’s journey “amazing”, national Coach Tan Cheng Hoe said the players weren’t at their best in the first two games of the AFF Suzuki Cup but improved considerably to reach the two-legged final.

Chelsea hold on against Brighton to consolidate top four spot


Southampton end Arsenal's 22-match unbeaten run