Previous
Manchester City
Tottenham Hotspur
4
1
FT
Game Details
Chelsea
Southampton
1
0
FT
Game Details
Arsenal
Newcastle United
1
0
FT
Game Details
Real Madrid
Grêmio
1
0
FT
Game Details
VfB Stuttgart
Bayern Munich
0
1
FT
Game Details
Borussia Dortmund
TSG Hoffenheim
2
1
FT
Game Details
Internazionale
Udinese
1
3
FT
Game Details
Stade Rennes
Paris Saint-Germain
1
4
FT
Game Details
Next

Corrigan: Real romp without Ronaldo

La Liga
Read
 By Sid Lowe

Athletic Bilbao, Real Sociedad ready to renew a special Basque derby rivalry

Real Sociedad are above Athletic Bilbao in La Liga but have only won one of the teams' last seven derbies.

It will all start around 11 o'clock on Saturday morning -- derby day -- at one of the most emblematic locations in central Bilbao. Athletic fans in red-and-white-striped shirts will confront Real Sociedad fans in blue and white and try to wind them up, get the better of them, by going through a catalogue of carefully-crafted put-downs of their rivals and eulogies of their own cause. When they've had a go, la Real's fans will have a go back. And so it will go, round and round, every line more pointed...

 By Sid Lowe

Xabi Prieto as happy as ever as Real Sociedad's long-serving heart and soul

With Atleti still winless after three games in the UCL, Sid Lowe shares his diagnosis for what's causing their struggles.
Xabi Prieto continues to be the spiritual heart and soul of Real Sociedad amid a 14-year career.

"When I was little, if I was playing up the best way my parents had of stopping me, of getting me to behave was to say: 'Xabi, carry on like that and you won't be going to Atoxa on Sunday.' And I'd be like: 'Oh.' I'd soon stop. Because, bloody hell, going to see la Real was what made me happiest; that was the best moment of the week for me, it was what I most liked doing."

It's been 29 years since Xabi Prieto became a season ticket holder at Real Sociedad. He was five. He's 34 now and is their...

Scouting Spotlight: Upamecano, Willian Jose and Milinkovic-Savic

The FC panel respond to your tweets about the transfer deadline, struggles in Manchester and Arsenal's season outlook.

Which players are attracting attention in Europe's biggest leagues? Introducing Scouting Spotlight, looking at three players each week whose performances are making headlines ...

Dayot Upamecano -- RB Leipzig

A close friend of Barcelona's new record-signing Ousmane Dembele, whom he played alongside in the junior ranks at French club Evreux FC, Upamecano is a defender with the world at his feet. The 18-year-old was tracked by Europe's biggest clubs after helping France win the European Under-17 Championships...

Carlos Vela peaking at the right time, Hector Herrera fighting for a place

Carlos Vela is finding his form at the right moment.

On Saturday, the 27-year-old looked like the man of the match in the 2-0 win at home against Atletico Madrid. The winger scored the home side's first goal in the 54th minute and later won a penalty that led to a goal from teammate Willian Jose in the 75th minute.

With his threatening dribbling and enthusiastic attitude on the field, it was difficult not to think of the talented player from a couple of years ago who was once one of La Liga's best...

 By Nayib Moran

Real Sociedad is Carlos Vela's football oasis, but he still has plenty to prove

Carlos Vela kicks off his La Liga campaign with Real Sociedad on Sunday vs. Real Madrid.

On Sunday, Carlos Vela will start his sixth season with Real Sociedad when his team face Real Madrid in their La Liga opener.

After almost a decade of living and playing abroad, San Sebastian, Spain is where Vela has produced his best football on European soil.

The 2016-17 season is a highly significant one for Vela, who will be looking to return to his best form after back-to-back poor campaigns with La Real. If he can play with the joy he showcased with his football three seasons ago, he will...

 By Tom Marshall

Carlos Vela's career with Mexico, Real Sociedad at a crossroads

While Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez and the rest of Mexico's Europe-based national team members make the long journey to Vancouver to meet-up with El Tri's domestic-based players for World Cup qualifying matches, Carlos Vela will have time to reflect on a rough last couple of weeks.

Booed by Real Sociedad fans on Saturday in the 1-0 home loss to minnows Las Palmas and excluded from the Mexico squad for the March 25 and March 29 games against Canada, Vela's career appears to be at a crux. Lots has...