#Group H

Thomas Tuchel Hails Chelsea Reaction After Back-to-Back Defeats vs Man City & Juventus

Thomas Tuchel has heaped praise on his Chelsea side for their reaction following back-to-back defeats against Manchester City and Juventus in September. The Blues lost both matches 1-0, registering two defeats in the same week before putting together a fine run of form to see them go three points clear at the top of the Premier League and sit top of Group H in the Champions League.
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Women’s World Cup Qualifiers: An easy match against Turkey

German football players stormed towards the 2023 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand with dynamism and dozens of goals. National coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg’s side cheated the overwhelming selection of Turkey with a score of 8:0 (3:0) on Friday (November 26, 2021) in Braunschweig. This was the fifth World Cup qualifying win for the 2016 Olympic champion.
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Premier League Betting Odds, Pick, Prediction: Back Chelsea, Christian Pulisic to Down Cristiano Ronaldo & Manchester United

Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images. Pictured: Chelsea standouts Trevoh Chalobah, left, Reece James and Christian Pulisic. Chelsea welcomes Manchester United to Stamford Bridge for Sunday's epic Premier League clash. The Blues are heavy favorites to continue their stellar play, which has put them top of the table. Jeremy Pond...

UK - Ronaldo sends Man United into last 16, Chelsea thrash Juventus

(MENAFN- Jordan Times) PARIS — Manchester United booked their place in the Champions League last 16 as Cristiano Ronaldo scored in a 2-0 victory at Villarreal on Tuesday, while holders Chelsea also reached the knockout phase by thumping Juventus. Three-time European champions United went into their first game since sacking...

How Tuchel used pain of Juventus defeat to refine his Chelsea approach

“It was a moment to shake things up but not in a crazy way,” Thomas Tuchel says, looking back on the fallout from Chelsea’s 1-0 Champions League defeat at Juventus on 29 September. And yet it was certainly in a forensic way, heavy on soul-searching and argument. So perhaps a little crazy? “It’s not about being super angry or blaming somebody but it was the moment to turn every stone and this is what we did for the next days in the coaching office,” the manager adds.

A dream weekend

An offer for the top five European football leagues is ready. There is no doubt that it will not be easy to make the right choice for the winning ticket, and special attention this weekend is attracted by the Premier League matches at Stamford Bridge and Etihad, as well as the always interesting duel between Napoli and Lazio in Serie A.

Big implications for West Ham’s European hopes as Kretinsky prepares for takeover

West Ham could face major implications for their European hopes amid Daniel Kretinsky’s plans to finalize a full takeover. The Czech billionaire joined West Ham’s board of directors on November 10. He bought a 27% stake in the club for £ 150million. His investment will make it possible to erase the club’s debt. It could also see them get big on a number of players in January.
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Europa League and Europa Conference League scores, roundup: Tottenham falter, West Ham keep dominating

West Ham United are into the UEFA Europa League last 16 after a win over Rapid Vienna on Thursday headlining all the action on Paramount+. Andriy Yarmolenko headed in a Nikola Vlasic cross top open the scoring on the stroke of half-time in a match played behind closed doors. Mark Noble also scored a penalty after a foul on Yarmolenko to ensure that David Moyes' men have topped Group H with a match to spare.

Sonny Perkins: West Ham’s future star?

West Ham comfortably beat Rapid Vienna 2-0 and gave youngster Sonny Perkins his debut as the Hammers cruised through to the Round of 16 in the Europa League. It was a fantastic night for West Ham, who clinched top spot in Group H in an empty stadium, with a match to spare. It was especially memorable for the 17-year-old attacker, Perkins, subbed on after 77 minutes, nearly scoring with one of his first touches.

Michail Antonio can pose Man City different problems, David Moyes claims

West Ham boss David Moyes hopes Michail Antonio can give Manchester City a few different things to worry about on Sunday after facing Lionel Messi in the Champions League.Irons frontman Antonio was one of several players rested for the Europa League win away to Rapid Vienna on Thursday night, which secured safe passage into the last 16 at the top of Group H with a match to spare.City, meanwhile, saw off Paris St Germain 2-1 in their Champions League tie, eventually able to overcome the threat of Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe after the Frenchman had put the visitors ahead...