Sky Sports Today - Oct 22
Sky Sports Today - Oct 22
Steven Gerrard says he had chances to join Real Madrid and might have regrets in the future over not joining the Spanish club.
Let us catch up with all the latest news from across the pond in Gridiron.
It was a busy night in the Football League as well as a late Chris Martin penalty was enough for Derby to battle to a 1-0 win over Blackpool and go top of the Sky Bet Championship. In League One, Bristol City set a new club record for league games unbeaten after a 2-2 draw with Bradford took their run to 14 while, in League Two, Wycombe’s 10-match unbeaten run was ended as the League Two leaders suffered a shock 2-1 defeat at Exeter.
HODDLES SEES NO WEAKNESS
Former Chelsea manager Glenn Hoddle can't see any weaknesses in Jose Mourinho's side after they inflicted a biggest Champions League win, 6-0, over Slovenia's Maribor.
AUSSIES ON THE ATTACKHosts Pakistan are struggling despite winning the toss and electing to bat in the first of a two-Test series against Australia in Dubai.
ALEX'S TIP OF THE DAY
The winds from the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo have abated and here SSNHQ's Alex Hammond brings you her best bet of the day!
LOOK OUT LIVERPOOLReal forward Ronaldo is closing on 400 career goals tonight at Anfield and SSNHQ looks at the former Manchester United's man great career by the minute!
REDKNAPP: CITY STRUGGLING
Jamie Redknapp says Manchester City will need to win in Rome if they're to qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League.
PAPER TALKHere's all the best stories making the back-page headlines this Wednesday morning.
- THE SUN
Manchester City have complained to UEFA after hundreds of CSKA Moscow fans cheered on their team — in a match which was supposed to be behind closed doors.
Ahead of the Sky Live game against Real Madrid tonight, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has told his players: 'This is your chance to become a Kop legend.'
West Brom's highly-rated Saido Berahino is set to earn a bumper new deal less than a year after signing his last one.
Leicester City's England U21 defender Liam Moore is a £10m target for Arsenal and Manchester City.
Samuel Eto'o has been voted the world’s most arrogant player - by readers of L'Equipe.
- DAILY MAIL
Arsenal's new goalkeeper David Ospina has been ruled out for three months, with an injury he picked up while playing for former club Nice.
Hull pair Nikica Jelavic and Michael Dawson are set to miss up to six weeks with injuries sustained at Arsenal last weekend.
Luke Shaw admits his performances since joining Manchester United have not yet justified his £30m price tag but has vowed: 'You'll see my best soon.'
- DAILY EXPRESS
Steven Gerrard says his side face humiliation if each and every one of his team-mates is not on the top of his game tonight.
- THE GUARDIAN
- Sir Alex Ferguson claims the Manchester United job was "too big" for David Moyes, distancing himself from the appointment.
- DAILY MIRROR
More on 'flab gate' at QPR with claims Harry Redknapp faces a club fine for responding in his newspaper column to Taarabts' unauthorised interview.
Jose Mourinho was delighted to have recorded Chelsea's biggest Champions League win over Maribor.
CHEIKA MATEAs expected former Leinster coach Michael Cheika has replaced Ewen McKenzie as Wallabies coach. Australia face the Barbarians at Twickenham on November 1 with Test matches against Wales, France, Ireland and England following in successive weeks. You can watch how Ceika fares as well as how the other Home Unions get on in the complete autumn international schedule on Sky Sports 2HD.
ROYALS ROUTEDSan Francisco Giants brought Kansas City Royals' perfect post-season to a shuddering end with an emphatic 7-1 win in the opening game of the World Series on Tuesday night. Giants ace Madison Bumgarner delivered a sparkling seven innings of work and Hunter Pence slammed a first inning two-run homer to stun the hosts. Game Two tonight, also in Kansas City.
GOAL OF LAST NIGHT
You chose Arjen Robben's first goal in the rout of Roma in the Italian capital as your goal of the night.
MORNING SPORTS FANSAnother historic night in Europe as 40 goals went in for the first time in the Champions League group stage. Chelsea hammered Maribor while Manchester City wasted a 2-0 advantage in Moscow. We'll have all the reaction from the night plus all the build-up to Liverpool'S visit of European champions Real Madrid to Anfield and Arsenal's trip to Brussels to face Anderlecht.