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PSG clinch domestic cup double thanks to late Angers own goal

An own goal in stoppage time of the Coupe de France final lifted PSG to their second domestic cup title of the season.

PARIS -- Paris Saint-Germain are the most decorated club in Coupe de France history but needed a late Issa Cissokho own goal to beat Angers 1-0 and claim title No. 11 after a lacklustre display at Stade de France on Saturday.

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The win. After finishing second to Monaco in the Ligue 1 standings, PSG needed to lift the Coupe de France at all costs to avoid this season being considered any more of a failure. They did it -- just. PSG's victory means that they have now pulled clear of Marseille...

 By Mina Rzouki

Substitutes Moise Kean and Miralem Pjanic give Juventus a spark

Juventus players celebrate their 29th win and turn their sights to the Champions League final.

By defeating Bologna 2-1, Juventus achieved their 29th win of the season, collecting 91 points overall.

Hindered by the heat and conscious of not overexerting themselves in case of injury, Juventus stuttered and produced a weak first half, angering their coach, who sought dominance.

Conceding in the beginning of the second half, Massimiliano Allegri introduced his substitutions to add quality, and the Bianconeri improved, taking more than double the number of shots they attempted in the first...

Dortmund end trophy drought but uncertain and difficult summer ahead

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored from the spot in the second half to lead Dortmund to victory in the DFB Pokal final.
Watch as Borussia Dortmund celebrate with the DFB Cup after downing Eintracht Frankurt in the Pokal final.
Steve Nicol and Alexis Nunes break down Borussia Dortmund's triumph in the DFB Pokal final over Eintracht Frankfurt.

Berlin -- Borussia Dortmund captain Marcel Schmelzer limped onto the DFB-Pokal winner's podium as the last BVB player. He made his way through his teammates, coach Thomas Tuchel waiting at the back. Dortmund had just beaten Eintracht Frankfurt 2-1 in a match which fittingly summed up BVB's season. 

Finally, Schmelzer, off injured with a thigh injury, lifted the cup and brought Dortmund its first trophy in five years, after four straight defeats in cup finals from 2013 through to 2016. Yet,...

Inter plan to fund James bid by selling Perisic to Man United for €55m

Jose Mourinho is reportedly stepping in to help ensure Manchester United land Ivan Perisic from Inter.

The football world's gossip mill is in full swing, and Transfer Talk is monitoring the whispers ahead of all the summer moves. Check out the latest deals and potential deals here.

Mourinho steps in to bring Perisic to United

Jose Mourinho has personally intervened in order to ensure Manchester United beat Paris Saint-Germain to the signing of Ivan Perisic, but Inter Milan are holding out for €55 million, according to CalcioMercato.

The Italian outlet claims the 28-year-old Croatia international...

 By Chris Jones

Little Alaves upstage Barcelona despite losing Copa del Rey final

After capturing their third straight Copa del Rey, Steve Nicol doesn't think Barca will be pleased with their season overall.

MADRID -- The thousands of Alaves fans -- representing some significant percentage of Vitoria, their little northern town -- began filling the hot streets of Madrid well before noon. For hours, it seemed as though their alleged rivals from Barcelona wouldn't even deign to join them. The conclusion of their meeting in the Copa del Rey was that foregone.

If there is anything more universal than football, it's the desire to see its biggest underdogs succeed. So it was impossible to wade through those...

FA Cup passes peacefully thanks to robust security presence at Wembley

Watch on as Arsenal lift their 13th FA Cup trophy, as Aaron Ramsey's late goal proved to be the decisive goal vs. Chelsea.

LONDON -- For all the tension and fear during a week scarred by the death and devastation of the Manchester bomb attack, Saturday was a day when the UK moved forward.

A series of arrests and a lowering of the national terror threat level from critical to severe was the hard evidence of that and the FA Cup final at Wembley provided a reflection of a vigilant but calm public mood as it passed peacefully, without incident.

With regard to this week's atrocity at least, the response was respectful...