Liverpool really did dispel any concerns of weakness with Sunday's 2-0 win at Chelsea. PLUS: Pirlo's Juve look like fun, and Man United need work.
"My message to those who love the game is simple: Whether you speak out or stay silent, show up and be a part of the movement."
It's as you were at the top of this week's MLS Power Rankings, with Columbus again leading the way, as things go from bad to worse in San Jose.
Coach Diego Simeone has been the driving force behind Atletico's move for Suarez, which is dependent on him arriving for free.
"We need four or five games to get up to the standard we know we're capable of," the Manchester United boss said.
QPR director of football Les Ferdinand has said the message behind footballers taking a knee has been "lost" and "diluted."
AC Milan's veteran forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice and also missed an open goal to give his side a 2-0 win over Bologna.
AS Roma are set to have their opening-day 0-0 draw with Verona turned into a 3-0 defeat due to an administration error, sources have told ESPN.
Earthquakes coach Matias Almeyda admitted that there is a gulf in quality between his team and recent opponents following a string of bad losses.
Flamengo's Copa Libertadores match on Tuesday against Ecuador's Barcelona will proceed, despite seven players testing positive for the coronavirus.
The battle is on for the services of PSG's Kylian Mbappe, with powerhouses Liverpool and Real Madrid leading the way. Transfer Talk has the latest.
Pep Guardiola's side answered some pressing questions against Wolves. The challenge will be to replicate it over and over to win the league.
Jose Mourinho has tried time and again to sign Gareth Bale. Now he has his man as the Welshman returns to north London to revive Tottenham.
Thiago made a surprising appearance vs. Chelsea on Sunday, just three days after joining Liverpool, but showed why the league champions signed him with a dominant 45-minute cameo in a decisive win.
Chelsea planned to announce a deal for a new keeper this week. The delay cost them on Sunday vs Liverpool.
Son Heung-Min became the 28th player to score four or more goals in a Premier League game, joining some illustrious names and a few unlikely ones.
Zidane Zinedine handed Martin Odegaard his first La Liga start for Madrid but the champions were unable to solve Real Sociedad in a goalless draw.
At the same time that Jadon Sancho was starring for Dortmund and Gareth Bale was unveiled by Tottenham, Man United were slumping to Crystal Palace, ending any preseason optimism.
Granit Xhaka and Dani Ceballos were ineffective vs. West Ham, and Arsenal's lack of alternatives underscore Mikel Arteta's need for help in midfield.
America beat rivals Chivas in the Clasico Nacional for the sixth straight time, as Gio dos Santos turned back the clock in a sparking performance.
Thursday was not a matchday for Barcelona, but it was a victory for the club's members as they took action against their under-fire president.