Futbol inglés

Las mejores imágenes de la Premier League

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli is seen falling over Crystal Palace's Welsh goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey -- but no penalty was given during the Premier League match which ended 1-0 (AFP Photo/Ian KINGTON)
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli is seen falling over Crystal Palace's Welsh goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey -- but no penalty was given during the Premier League match which ended 1-0
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli is seen falling over Crystal Palace's Welsh goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey -- but no penalty was given during the Premier League match which ended 1-0 (AFP Photo/Ian KINGTON)
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli is seen falling over Crystal Palace's Welsh goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey -- but no penalty was given during the Premier League match which ended 1-0
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli is seen falling over Crystal Palace's Welsh goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey -- but no penalty was given during the Premier League match which ended 1-0
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli is seen falling over Crystal Palace's Welsh goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey -- but no penalty was given during the Premier League match which ended 1-0
Kane finally found the breakthrough on 88 minutes, meeting Christian Eriksen’s corner at the far post and directing a header past goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey
Premier League: Harry Kane helps Tottenham Hotspur move into top four with win over Crystal Palace
Kane finally found the breakthrough on 88 minutes, meeting Christian Eriksen’s corner at the far post and directing a header past goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey
Kane finally found the breakthrough on 88 minutes, meeting Christian Eriksen’s corner at the far post and directing a header past goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey
Premier League: Harry Kane helps Tottenham Hotspur move into top four with win over Crystal Palace
Kane finally found the breakthrough on 88 minutes, meeting Christian Eriksen’s corner at the far post and directing a header past goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes it was important for two coaches of his and Chelsea's Antonio Conte's stature to put their public dispute behind them by shaking hands before and after United's 2-1 victory on Sunday.
Premier League: Jose Mourinho says putting behind public dispute with Antonio Conte was important
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes it was important for two coaches of his and Chelsea's Antonio Conte's stature to put their public dispute behind them by shaking hands before and after United's 2-1 victory on Sunday.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes it was important for two coaches of his and Chelsea's Antonio Conte's stature to put their public dispute behind them by shaking hands before and after United's 2-1 victory on Sunday.
Premier League: Jose Mourinho says putting behind public dispute with Antonio Conte was important
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes it was important for two coaches of his and Chelsea's Antonio Conte's stature to put their public dispute behind them by shaking hands before and after United's 2-1 victory on Sunday.
Antonio Conte mendesak agar Premier League segera menggunakan teknologi VAR.
Manajer Chelsea Desak Penggunaan Teknologi VAR
Antonio Conte mendesak agar Premier League segera menggunakan teknologi VAR.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is under pressure to show a more daring approach and get the best out of Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez for a grudge match against Chelsea's Antonio Conte on Sunday.
Premier League: Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho under pressure to get Paul Pogba performing for Chelsea clash
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is under pressure to show a more daring approach and get the best out of Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez for a grudge match against Chelsea's Antonio Conte on Sunday.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is under pressure to show a more daring approach and get the best out of Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez for a grudge match against Chelsea's Antonio Conte on Sunday.
Premier League: Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho under pressure to get Paul Pogba performing for Chelsea clash
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is under pressure to show a more daring approach and get the best out of Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez for a grudge match against Chelsea's Antonio Conte on Sunday.
Jose Mourinho has predicted an “amazing” period for Manchester United as he prepares to host a series of significant fixtures at Old Trafford across three different competitions.
Premier League: Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho hopes to kick off 'amazing period' with win over Chelsea
Jose Mourinho has predicted an “amazing” period for Manchester United as he prepares to host a series of significant fixtures at Old Trafford across three different competitions.
Jose Mourinho has predicted an “amazing” period for Manchester United as he prepares to host a series of significant fixtures at Old Trafford across three different competitions.
Premier League: Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho hopes to kick off 'amazing period' with win over Chelsea
Jose Mourinho has predicted an “amazing” period for Manchester United as he prepares to host a series of significant fixtures at Old Trafford across three different competitions.
Romelu Lukaku broke his barren run against top six Premier League opposition and provided the winner for Jesse Lingard as Manchester United came from behind to beat Chelsea 2-1 at Old Trafford.
Premier League: Romelu Lukaku stars as Manchester United come from behind to beat Chelsea
Romelu Lukaku broke his barren run against top six Premier League opposition and provided the winner for Jesse Lingard as Manchester United came from behind to beat Chelsea 2-1 at Old Trafford.
Romelu Lukaku broke his barren run against top six Premier League opposition and provided the winner for Jesse Lingard as Manchester United came from behind to beat Chelsea 2-1 at Old Trafford.
Premier League: Romelu Lukaku stars as Manchester United come from behind to beat Chelsea
Romelu Lukaku broke his barren run against top six Premier League opposition and provided the winner for Jesse Lingard as Manchester United came from behind to beat Chelsea 2-1 at Old Trafford.
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man United and Chelsea chase Alisson
Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
The former Premier League midfielder has been banned from all competitions after receiving an illegal IV treatment in December 2016.
UEFA bans Samir Nasri six months for IV treatment
The former Premier League midfielder has been banned from all competitions after receiving an illegal IV treatment in December 2016.
The former Premier League midfielder has been banned from all competitions after receiving an illegal IV treatment in December 2016.
UEFA bans Samir Nasri six months for IV treatment
The former Premier League midfielder has been banned from all competitions after receiving an illegal IV treatment in December 2016.
West Bromwich Albion have won only one Premier League match since Alan Pardew took over as manager in November.
Alan Pardew given a week to halt West Brom’s slump in form
West Bromwich Albion have won only one Premier League match since Alan Pardew took over as manager in November.
Nick Pope has come a long way since his days as a college student playing part-time in the Isthmian League. Yet even then, he was tipped for big things. If he carries on at his current rate of progress, the Burnley goalkeeper might yet go to the World Cup. When he left Bury Town to join Charlton in 2011, the non-league club’s manager Richard Wilkins told him that he would be playing Premier League football within five years. The prediction was only just out – it took six. Pope did not forget that forecast, texting Wilkins after making his first Premier League start for Burnley at Liverpool in September. The 25-year-old, promoted after Tom Heaton dislocated a shoulder, has since grabbed his chance. England manager Gareth Southgate was at Turf Moor as Pope made an outstanding second-half save to deny Southampton substitute Josh Sims. Southgate is approaching a World Cup unsure of who his three goalkeepers should be. Joe Hart and Fraser Forster cannot get into their club sides, while Stoke’s Jack Butland made a dreadful error at Leicester on Saturday. Everton’s Jordan Pickford may well be first choice in Russia, but Pope is worth a chance too, according to Burnley forward Ashley Barnes. “Yes, 100 per cent,” Barnes said. “Nick Pope has been our player of the season. He deserves to be on that next level, but of course that’s not our decision to make.” Arguably the biggest threat to Pope’s international ambitions might be at club level. Heaton is approaching full fitness again. While Pope is thriving, Burnley’s season has stalled. Barnes headed in from close range, but Manolo Gabbiadini swept in an equaliser. That lifted Southampton out of the relegation zone, but form remains a worry at St Mary’s. “I don’t think there’s a negative atmosphere,” argued midfielder James Ward-Prowse. “I think everybody’s just frustrated at maybe our lack of wins. It’s at times like this that everyone needs to be united.”
Nick Pope reminds Gareth Southgate of World Cup potential even as Burnley’s season stalls
Nick Pope has come a long way since his days as a college student playing part-time in the Isthmian League. Yet even then, he was tipped for big things. If he carries on at his current rate of progress, the Burnley goalkeeper might yet go to the World Cup. When he left Bury Town to join Charlton in 2011, the non-league club’s manager Richard Wilkins told him that he would be playing Premier League football within five years. The prediction was only just out – it took six. Pope did not forget that forecast, texting Wilkins after making his first Premier League start for Burnley at Liverpool in September. The 25-year-old, promoted after Tom Heaton dislocated a shoulder, has since grabbed his chance. England manager Gareth Southgate was at Turf Moor as Pope made an outstanding second-half save to deny Southampton substitute Josh Sims. Southgate is approaching a World Cup unsure of who his three goalkeepers should be. Joe Hart and Fraser Forster cannot get into their club sides, while Stoke’s Jack Butland made a dreadful error at Leicester on Saturday. Everton’s Jordan Pickford may well be first choice in Russia, but Pope is worth a chance too, according to Burnley forward Ashley Barnes. “Yes, 100 per cent,” Barnes said. “Nick Pope has been our player of the season. He deserves to be on that next level, but of course that’s not our decision to make.” Arguably the biggest threat to Pope’s international ambitions might be at club level. Heaton is approaching full fitness again. While Pope is thriving, Burnley’s season has stalled. Barnes headed in from close range, but Manolo Gabbiadini swept in an equaliser. That lifted Southampton out of the relegation zone, but form remains a worry at St Mary’s. “I don’t think there’s a negative atmosphere,” argued midfielder James Ward-Prowse. “I think everybody’s just frustrated at maybe our lack of wins. It’s at times like this that everyone needs to be united.”
In the end, Jack Butland’s outstanding saves probably earned Stoke City a point in the face of a late Leicester City onslaught. Yet the 24-year-old goalkeeper with aspirations to be England’s No 1 in Russia this summer would have found it hard to take his mind off the blunder that handed Leicester a freak equaliser. It came after Xherdan Shaqiri’s third goal in as many matches had given Stoke City a lead they looked ­capable of defending successfully. Although he is favourite to take the jersey in England’s opening match against Tunisia in Volgograd on June 18 if Joe Hart fails to regain his first-team place at West Ham United, Butland’s experience at the top level is limited to only two competitive appearances for the national team since his debut in 2012. Gareth Southgate, the manager, will also be weighing up the credentials of Southampton’s Fraser Forster, Everton’s Jordan Pickford and Burnley’s fit-again Tom Heaton – not to mention his Turf Moor stand-in Nick Pope. So Butland can ill afford to make the kind of error he committed on Saturday, when he was distracted by Leicester’s Jamie Vardy and team-mate Moritz Bauer as Marc Albrighton fired a waist-high cross into the six-yard box, failed to make the catch and saw the ball bounce off his chest and into the net. Jack Butland scores an own goal Credit: GETTY IMAGES Two fine subsequent saves – from Riyad Mahrez and Harry Maguire – would have helped limit the damage to his confidence, although there was no undoing what had happened. At least there were some consoling words from the dressing room afterwards, albeit from a Welshman and a Scot. Paul Lambert, his Glaswegian manager, insisted Butland will bounce back quickly. “He doesn’t walk around like some big-time guy who thinks he owns the place but he has self-belief, he is strong mentally,” Lambert said. “Will it be the first and last mistake he makes? Probably not. But it is how you react that is important and you saw that in the saves he made.” Wales international Allen added: “I don’t really care if he is England No 1, I just want him in goal for us. “He didn’t let it affect it for the rest of the game and made a brilliant save to keep it at 1-1 and there is certainly no blame being attached to him in our dressing room.” The Butland debate took the attention away from Mahrez, who was making his first Premier League start since his transfer-window stand-off and earned manager Claude Puel’s praise. “He did not have the clinical edge but he had a good game,” he said. “All that [happened] is finished, it is behind us now. You could see that in the game.”
Stoke rally round Jack Butland after own-goal blunder gifts Leicester point
In the end, Jack Butland’s outstanding saves probably earned Stoke City a point in the face of a late Leicester City onslaught. Yet the 24-year-old goalkeeper with aspirations to be England’s No 1 in Russia this summer would have found it hard to take his mind off the blunder that handed Leicester a freak equaliser. It came after Xherdan Shaqiri’s third goal in as many matches had given Stoke City a lead they looked ­capable of defending successfully. Although he is favourite to take the jersey in England’s opening match against Tunisia in Volgograd on June 18 if Joe Hart fails to regain his first-team place at West Ham United, Butland’s experience at the top level is limited to only two competitive appearances for the national team since his debut in 2012. Gareth Southgate, the manager, will also be weighing up the credentials of Southampton’s Fraser Forster, Everton’s Jordan Pickford and Burnley’s fit-again Tom Heaton – not to mention his Turf Moor stand-in Nick Pope. So Butland can ill afford to make the kind of error he committed on Saturday, when he was distracted by Leicester’s Jamie Vardy and team-mate Moritz Bauer as Marc Albrighton fired a waist-high cross into the six-yard box, failed to make the catch and saw the ball bounce off his chest and into the net. Jack Butland scores an own goal Credit: GETTY IMAGES Two fine subsequent saves – from Riyad Mahrez and Harry Maguire – would have helped limit the damage to his confidence, although there was no undoing what had happened. At least there were some consoling words from the dressing room afterwards, albeit from a Welshman and a Scot. Paul Lambert, his Glaswegian manager, insisted Butland will bounce back quickly. “He doesn’t walk around like some big-time guy who thinks he owns the place but he has self-belief, he is strong mentally,” Lambert said. “Will it be the first and last mistake he makes? Probably not. But it is how you react that is important and you saw that in the saves he made.” Wales international Allen added: “I don’t really care if he is England No 1, I just want him in goal for us. “He didn’t let it affect it for the rest of the game and made a brilliant save to keep it at 1-1 and there is certainly no blame being attached to him in our dressing room.” The Butland debate took the attention away from Mahrez, who was making his first Premier League start since his transfer-window stand-off and earned manager Claude Puel’s praise. “He did not have the clinical edge but he had a good game,” he said. “All that [happened] is finished, it is behind us now. You could see that in the game.”
In the end, Jack Butland’s outstanding saves probably earned Stoke City a point in the face of a late Leicester City onslaught. Yet the 24-year-old goalkeeper with aspirations to be England’s No 1 in Russia this summer would have found it hard to take his mind off the blunder that handed Leicester a freak equaliser. It came after Xherdan Shaqiri’s third goal in as many matches had given Stoke City a lead they looked ­capable of defending successfully. Although he is favourite to take the jersey in England’s opening match against Tunisia in Volgograd on June 18 if Joe Hart fails to regain his first-team place at West Ham United, Butland’s experience at the top level is limited to only two competitive appearances for the national team since his debut in 2012. Gareth Southgate, the manager, will also be weighing up the credentials of Southampton’s Fraser Forster, Everton’s Jordan Pickford and Burnley’s fit-again Tom Heaton – not to mention his Turf Moor stand-in Nick Pope. So Butland can ill afford to make the kind of error he committed on Saturday, when he was distracted by Leicester’s Jamie Vardy and team-mate Moritz Bauer as Marc Albrighton fired a waist-high cross into the six-yard box, failed to make the catch and saw the ball bounce off his chest and into the net. Jack Butland scores an own goal Credit: GETTY IMAGES Two fine subsequent saves – from Riyad Mahrez and Harry Maguire – would have helped limit the damage to his confidence, although there was no undoing what had happened. At least there were some consoling words from the dressing room afterwards, albeit from a Welshman and a Scot. Paul Lambert, his Glaswegian manager, insisted Butland will bounce back quickly. “He doesn’t walk around like some big-time guy who thinks he owns the place but he has self-belief, he is strong mentally,” Lambert said. “Will it be the first and last mistake he makes? Probably not. But it is how you react that is important and you saw that in the saves he made.” Wales international Allen added: “I don’t really care if he is England No 1, I just want him in goal for us. “He didn’t let it affect it for the rest of the game and made a brilliant save to keep it at 1-1 and there is certainly no blame being attached to him in our dressing room.” The Butland debate took the attention away from Mahrez, who was making his first Premier League start since his transfer-window stand-off and earned manager Claude Puel’s praise. “He did not have the clinical edge but he had a good game,” he said. “All that [happened] is finished, it is behind us now. You could see that in the game.”
Stoke rally round Jack Butland after own-goal blunder gifts Leicester point
In the end, Jack Butland’s outstanding saves probably earned Stoke City a point in the face of a late Leicester City onslaught. Yet the 24-year-old goalkeeper with aspirations to be England’s No 1 in Russia this summer would have found it hard to take his mind off the blunder that handed Leicester a freak equaliser. It came after Xherdan Shaqiri’s third goal in as many matches had given Stoke City a lead they looked ­capable of defending successfully. Although he is favourite to take the jersey in England’s opening match against Tunisia in Volgograd on June 18 if Joe Hart fails to regain his first-team place at West Ham United, Butland’s experience at the top level is limited to only two competitive appearances for the national team since his debut in 2012. Gareth Southgate, the manager, will also be weighing up the credentials of Southampton’s Fraser Forster, Everton’s Jordan Pickford and Burnley’s fit-again Tom Heaton – not to mention his Turf Moor stand-in Nick Pope. So Butland can ill afford to make the kind of error he committed on Saturday, when he was distracted by Leicester’s Jamie Vardy and team-mate Moritz Bauer as Marc Albrighton fired a waist-high cross into the six-yard box, failed to make the catch and saw the ball bounce off his chest and into the net. Jack Butland scores an own goal Credit: GETTY IMAGES Two fine subsequent saves – from Riyad Mahrez and Harry Maguire – would have helped limit the damage to his confidence, although there was no undoing what had happened. At least there were some consoling words from the dressing room afterwards, albeit from a Welshman and a Scot. Paul Lambert, his Glaswegian manager, insisted Butland will bounce back quickly. “He doesn’t walk around like some big-time guy who thinks he owns the place but he has self-belief, he is strong mentally,” Lambert said. “Will it be the first and last mistake he makes? Probably not. But it is how you react that is important and you saw that in the saves he made.” Wales international Allen added: “I don’t really care if he is England No 1, I just want him in goal for us. “He didn’t let it affect it for the rest of the game and made a brilliant save to keep it at 1-1 and there is certainly no blame being attached to him in our dressing room.” The Butland debate took the attention away from Mahrez, who was making his first Premier League start since his transfer-window stand-off and earned manager Claude Puel’s praise. “He did not have the clinical edge but he had a good game,” he said. “All that [happened] is finished, it is behind us now. You could see that in the game.”

Qué leer a continuación