Marcus Rashford, Manchester United Beat PSG 2-1 in 2020 UEFA Champions League
Manchester United opened the 2020-21 UEFA Champions League with a 2-1 victory over Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday at Parc des Princes. Marcus Rashford scored the winner in the 87th minute, slotting a low shot into the far post and past a diving Keylor Navas. Champions League on CBS Sports @UCLonCBSSports.Paris Saint-GermainParc Des PrincesOle Gunnar SolskjaerUEFA Champions LeagueManchester United F.C.Tottenham Hotspur F.C.Uefa Champions LeagueTuchel Tom WilliamsVARRed DevilsLigueNimesCBS SportsIcardiBruno FernandesMarcus RashfordKeylor NavasGary LinekerLeandro ParedesAnthony MartialThomas TuchelIdrissa GueyeDavid De GeaMoise KeanMarco VerrattiMarquinhosArlo WhiteNeymarRead Full Story
NFL Week 3 fantasy football inactives watch: Who's in and who's out?
To help you set your fantasy football lineups and to avoid starting a player who won't be in the lineup, we'll post fantasy-relevant updates and analysis here as NFL teams release their inactives, typically about 90 minu
Joe Montana, wife wrestle infant grandchild from intruder
Joe Montana and his wife experienced an extremely scary situation Saturday afternoon at their Los Angeles County home. TMZ Sports reports an intruder came into their home and snatched one of their infant grandchildren ri
On Football: NFC West has the power, but 4 playoff berths?
Here’s a premise few can dispute: The NFC West is the best division in pro football.In fact, it isn’t close.Sure, the AFC North has shown some power, but it also has the 1-5-1 Bengals. Plus, the Browns have built their 5-2 record mostly against the league’s dregs.NFC West teams are 19-8 overall. The AFC North is 17-8-1, but it’s top-heavy, and until we truly know if Cleveland is legitimate, the guys on the West Coast win the prize.It’s not inconceivable that the Seahawks, Cardinals, Rams and 49ers all could find their way into the NFC playoffs with a third wild card added. It’s unlikely not because they might be unworthy, but because they could be knocking off each other during intradivision play. So far, only three games have been played within the NFC West: Arizona beating San Francisco and Seattle, and the Niners defeating the Rams.“Yeah, we’re in the best division in football and, you know, there’s a reason for it,” Rams quarterback Jared Goff said after the loss to the 49ers. “These guys are good. Arizona’s good. Seattle’s obviously undefeated (then). We’re a great team. So every time you play in this division, it’s going to be a tough game, and we know that coming in.”What the four clubs also know, coming in and going out, is they could be battered by the time they get to January. Fully tested by the trials and tribulations of the division, for sure. But perhaps not in the best shape for a Super Bowl run.“Obviously, everybody has winning records in our division and everybody’s doing really good, and some people might say we have the best division,” said Tyler Lockett, the Seahawks’ outstanding wide receiver. “But at the end of the day, who cares? We still got to be able to take care of business and those divisional games might end up being key.”The schedule shows a regular dose of those divisional showdowns, beginning Sunday with the Seahawks hosting the 49ers. They gave us a classic 2019 finale in which tight end Jacob Hollister was stopped inches short of a touchdown that would have lifted Seattle to the division crown.Beyond this weekend, Seattle visits Los Angeles in Week 10; Arizona goes to Seattle in Week 11; the Rams host the 49ers in Week 12, then visit the Cardinals in Week 13; the Rams at Seahawks and Cardinals at Niners in Week 16; and the grand finale of Seattle at San Francisco and Arizona at Los Angeles on Jan. 3.Don’t be shocked if the division title and more than one wild-card spot are decided in Week 17.Niners coach Kyle Shanahan ignores all the machinations. At least for now.“It’s way too early to look at that stuff. That’s stuff that I leave for my wife and for friends and for people to do, but yeah, for you,” he told reporters. “There’s so many things that change. I’ll start to watch it the last few weeks because you’re trying to think of certain things and scenarios, but that’s something you don’t think at all about right now.”Not quite true. When the Rams fell to the 49ers, all-world defensive tackle Aaron Donald noted: “I’d rather we lost every other game we did, but win this division game. That means a lot more.” Which of these teams is best positioned to not only emerge atop the NFL’s premier sector, but do damage in the postseason? In a year impacted by a pandemic, with so many intangibles — and so many key injuries already — no one knows. But here are some thoughts.SEATTLE (5-1)The Seahawks have the most dynamic player, Russell Wilson, and the most experienced coach, Pete Carroll. They also have a sieve of a defense that can’t pressure opposing passers. Injuries have diminished the secondary and running back. Still, their resourcefulness and versatility with the ball in a league where offense tends to rule, a relatively healthy Seattle is a Super Bowl threat.LOS ANGELES (5-2)Rebounding nicely after a 2019 fade that followed a Super Bowl appearance, the Rams have the stingiest defense and the best player in the division, Donald. Goff’s re-emergence as a dependable (or more) quarterback, operating behind a back-in-form offensive line, makes LA formidable.There’s also a concern that the Rams sometimes over-think things. They do play on the edge. Regardless, they’re capable of a return to the big game.ARIZONA (5-2)Maybe arriving a year before expected, especially after losing pass-rushing demon Chandler Jones for the season, the Cardinals are 2-0 inside the NFC West. They have no fear of the big boys, but they also have more question marks than the others. Many of those apply to an inconsistent defense and offensive line.Is Kyler Murray, the 2019 top offensive rookie, ready to lift the Cardinals to unexpected heights so soon? He certainly has the creativity and athletic ability. The excitement quotient is through the State Farm Stadium roof.SAN FRANCISCO (4-3)Teams that lose a Super Bowl tend to struggle the next season, as the Rams did in ‘19. But the 49ers’ issues have been more related to injuries; only Philadelphia has been more damaged. That said, many of the reserves, particularly on offense, have come through lately. But overcoming the losses of Nick Bosa, Richard Sherman and so many other regulars might be too tall a task for a deep January run.___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFLSeattle SeahawksAFC NorthBrownsPro Football Hall Of Fame49ersLos Angeles RamsPhiladelphiaPlayoffsClevelandSan FranciscoFootball LeagueLeague FootballSuper LeagueThe LeagueAP NFLJared GoffAaron DonaldJacob HollisterKyle ShanahanKyler MurrayNick BosaRussell WilsonChandler JonesPete CarrollRichard ShermanTyler Lockett
School of Science Radio, Episode 57: The Winning Continues
Remember when Everton didn’t win games of football? Desperate times, them. Not any more, though, as last week saw Carlo Ancelotti’s men continue their perfect start to 2020-21 by seeing off Fleetwood Town in the Cara
Chelsea: Fans were wrong about Jorginho and it’s a tough pill to swallow
Chelsea supporters swore the regista was on his way back to Italy just a few months ago, but Jorginho looks to be in the gaffer’s plans and here to stay. Over the last three seasons, despite Chelsea employing the likes
Legendary NHL broadcaster Mike 'Doc' Emrick announces his retirement
(CNN) — After 47 years, Mike 'Doc' Emrick, is stepping away from the broadcasting booth. Emrick, 74, has served as the lead play-by-play voice for the NHL on NBC for the last 15 years and is considered the preeminent voice of the league. While he will no longer be calling games, he will continue to contribute to NBC sports by writing and narrating video essays, according to a news release by the NHL.Stanley Cup FinalNHL PlayoffsNBC SportsThe New Jersey DevilsNational Hockey LeagueEmrickPhiladelphia FlyersTeam SportsProfessional HockeyMike ` DocCNNDallas StarsUS Hockey Hall Of FameAmerican Hockey LeagueNJ DevilsGordie HoweBobby OrrBobby HullRead Full Story
Former Origin enforcer Mark Geyer hits out at Reagan Campbell-Gillard comments
Former NSW Blues enforcer Mark Geyer has hit out at recent comments from Parramatta Eels forward Reagan Campbell-Gillard, telling him to make up his mind over this year's Origin series. The 27-year old has been selected as part of Brad Fittler's 27-man squad, and is likely to be included in...Parramatta EelsOriginNew South WalesQueenslandReagan Campbell-GillardFan ClubHe Got GameTriple M RadioQLD Maroons Former NSW BluesPenrithNSW Blues League NSW BluesRCGHitsClub LevelNovemberMark GeyerBrad FittlerDavid KlemmerRead Full Story
Union beats Fire 2-1, breaks tie with Toronto for MLS lead
CHESTER, Pa. (AP) — Cory Burke scored on a header in the 65th minute and the Philadelphia Union beat the Chicago Fire 2-1 on Wednesday night to break a tie with Toronto FC for the MLS lead. Philadelphia (13-3-5) has won five of its last six. Chicago (5-9-6) is winless...Read Full Story MLSToronto FCPhiladelphia UnionSporting KCFC DallasNYCFCReal Salt LakeChicago FireFC CincinnatiLAFCLos Angeles FCNew York City FCSporting Kansas CityMajor League SoccerNew TorontoAndre BlakeChris WondolowskiTesho AkindeleFranco JaraJesús MedinaSpencer RicheyDjordje MihailovicRoger EspinozaCory BurkeRoy LassiterYamil AsadDiego ValeriAndre ShinyashikiRodolfo PizarroDaryl DikeValentín CastellanosDiego RossiJulian GresselEryk WilliamsonTim ParkerBryan ReynoldsAriel LassiterKenneth VermeerAndy PoloRyan HollingsheadCristian EspinozaEddie SeguraChris MuellerErick TorresShea SalinasRyan MearaLalas AbubakarAlejandro Romero GamarraEthan FinlayRobin LodTim Melia
Lions' Jeff Okudah after Week 3 win over Cardinals: 'I was tired of being disrespected by everyone'
Detroit Lions rookie cornerback Jeff Okudah wasn’t happy with the team’s performance in their first two games of the 2020 NFL season. The Lions fell 27-23 to the Chicago Bears in Week 1, despite holding a 17-point le