Serie A schedule 2021-22, standings, odds


Can Weston McKennie and Juve reclaim the scudetto? Will Milan rival reigning Inter? Will USMNT youngsters Gianluca Busio and Tanner Tessmann make a splash at Venezia?

So far the answers have been: Unlikely, Yes, and Certainly as Serie A nears its midpoint.

Serie A’s schedule shows the world when some of the oldest and most heated rivalries in football will be staged in the 2021-22 season, which remains plenty congested with top-end fixtures in a league where the title is very much up for grabs.

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2021-22 Serie A standings, table

Serie A standings

2021-22 Serie A schedule, fixture list

Week 1 

Inter Milan 4-0 Genoa
Verona 2-3 Sassuolo
Empoli 1-3 Lazio
Torino 1-2 Atalanta
Udinese 2-2 Juventus
Bologna 3-2 Salernitana
Roma 3-1 Fiorentina
Napoli 2-0 Venezia
Cagliari 2-2 Spezia
Sampdoria 0-1 AC Milan

Week 2

Udinese 3-0 Venezia
Verona 1-3 Inter Milan
Lazio 6-1 Spezia
Atalanta 0-0 Bologna
Fiorentina 2-1 Torino
Juventus 0-1 Empoli
Genoa 1-2 Napoli
Sassuolo 0-0 Sampdoria
Salernitana 0-4 Roma
AC Milan 2-0 Cagliari

Week 3

Empoli 1-2 Venezia
Napoli 2-1 Juventus
Atalanta 1-2 Fiorentina
Sampdoria 2-2 Inter Milan
Cagliari 2-3 Genoa
Torino 4-0 Salernitana
Spezia 0-1 Udinese
AC Milan 2-0 Lazio
Roma 2-1 Sassuolo — Mourinho wins in 1000th game
Bologna vs Verona — 2:45pm ET Monday

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Week 4 — Sept. 17-20

Sassuolo 0-1 Torino
Genoa 1-2 Fiorentina
Inter Milan 6-1 Bologna
Salernitana 0-1 Atalanta
Empoli 0-3 Sampdoria
Venezia 1-2 Spezia
Lazio 2-2 Cagliari
Verona 3-2 Roma
Juventus 1-1 AC Milan
Udinese 0-4 Napoli

Week 5 — Sept. 21-23

Bologna 2-2 Genoa
Fiorentina 1-3 Inter Milan
Atalanta 2-1 Sassuolo
Spezia 2-3 Juventus
Salernitana 2-2 Verona
AC Milan 2-0 Venezia
Cagliari 0-2 Empoli
Sampdoria 0-4 Napoli
Torino 1-1 Lazio
Roma 1-0 Udinese

Week 6 — Sept. 25-28

Spezia 1-2 AC Milan
Inter Milan 2-2 Atalanta
Genoa 3-3 Verona
Juventus 3-2 Sampdoria
Udinese 0-1 Fiorentina
Sassuolo 1-0 Salernitana
Empoli 4-2 Bologna
Lazio 3-2 AS Roma
Napoli 2-0 Cagliari
Venezia 1-1 Torino

Week 7 — Oct. 1-3

Cagliari 1-1 Venezia
Salernitana 1-0 Genoa
Torino 0-1 Juventus
Sassuolo 1-2 Inter Milan
Bologna 3-0 Lazio
Verona 4-0 Spezia
Sampdoria 3-3 Udinese
Fiorentina 1-2 Napoli
Roma 2-0 Empoli
Atalanta 2-3 AC Milan

— International break —

Week 8 — Oct. 16-18

Spezia 2-1 Salernitana
Lazio 3-1 Inter Milan
AC Milan 3-2 Verona
Cagliari 3-1 Sampdoria
Udinese 1-1 Bologna
Genoa 2-2 Sassuolo
Empoli 1-4 Atalanta
Napoli 1-0 Torino
Juventus 1-0 AS Roma
Venezia 1-0 Fiorentina

Week 9 — Oct. 22-24

Torino 3-2 Genoa
Sampdoria 2-1 Spezia
Salernitana 2-4 Empoli
Sassuolo 3-1 Venezia
Bologna 2-4 AC Milan
Atalanta 1-1 Udinese
Verona 4-1 Lazio
Fiorentina 3-0 Cagliari
Roma 0-0 Napoli
Inter Milan 1-1 Juventus

Week 10 — Oct. 26-28

Venezia 1-2 Salernitana
Spezia 1-1 Genoa
AC Milan 1-0 Torino
Sampdoria 1-3 Atalanta
Udinese 1-1 Verona
Juventus 1-2 Sassuolo
Cagliari 1-2 Roma
Empoli 0-2 Inter Milan
Lazio 1-0 Fiorentina
Napoli 3-0 Bologna

Week 11 — Oct. 30-Nov. 1

Atalanta 2-2 Lazio
Verona 2-1 Juventus
Torino 3-0 Sampdoria
Inter Milan 2-0 Udinese
Fiorentina 3-0 Spezia
Genoa 0-0 Venezia
Sassuolo 1-2 Empoli
Salernitana 0-1 Napoli
Roma 1-2 AC Milan
Bologna 2-0 Cagliari

Week 12 — Nov. 5-7

Empoli 2-2 Genoa
Spezia 1-0 Torino
Juventus 1-0 Fiorentina
Cagliari 1-2 Atalanta
Venezia 3-2 Roma
Sampdoria 1-2 Bologna
Udinese 3-2 Sassuolo
Napoli 1-1 Verona
Lazio 3-0 Salernitana
AC Milan 1-1 Inter Milan

Week 13 — Nov. 20-22

Atalanta 5-2 Spezia
Lazio 0-2 Juventus
Fiorentina 4-3 AC Milan
Sassuolo 2-2 Cagliari
Salernitana 0-2 Sampdoria
Bologna 0-1 Venezia
Inter Milan 3-2 Napoli
Genoa 0-2 Roma
Verona 2-1 Empoli
Torino 2-1 Udinese

Week 14 — Nov. 26-28

Cagliari 1-1 Salernitana
Sampdoria 3-1 Verona
Empoli 2-1 Fiorentina
Juventus 0-1 Atalanta
Venezia 0-2 Inter Milan
Udinese 0-0 Genoa
AC Milan 1-3 Sassuolo
Spezia 0-1 Bologna
Roma 1-0 Torino
Napoli 4-0 Lazio

Week 15 — Nov. 30-Dec.2

Fiorentina 3-1 Sampdoria
Atalanta 4-0 Venezia
Salernitana 0-2 Juventus
Verona 0-0 Cagliari
Inter Milan 2-0 Spezia
Bologna 1-0 Roma
Sassuolo 2-2 Napoli
Genoa 0-3 AC Milan
Torino 2-2 Empoli
Lazio 4-4 Udinese

Week 16 — Dec. 4-6

AC Milan 2-0 Salernitana
Roma 0-3 Inter Milan
Napoli 2-3 Atalanta
Bologna 2-3 Fiorentina
Venezia 3-4 Verona
Spezia 2-2 Sassuolo
Sampdoria 1-3 Lazio
Juventus 2-0 Genoa
Empoli 3-1 Udinese
Cagliari 1-1 Torino

Week 17 — Dec.10-13

Genoa 1-3 Sampdoria
Fiorentina 4-0 Salernitana
Venezia 1-1 Juventus
Udinese 1-1 AC Milan
Torino 2-1 Bologna
Verona 1-2 Atalanta
Sassuolo 2-1 Lazio
Napoli 0-1 Empoli
Inter Milan 4-0 Cagliari
Roma 2-0 Spezia

Week 18 — Dec. 17-19

Lazio 3-1 Genoa
Salernitana 0-5 Inter Milan
Atalanta 1-4 Roma
Bologna 0-2 Juventus
Cagliari 0-4 Udinese
Fiorentina 2-2 Sassuolo
Spezia 1-1 Empoli
Torino 1-0 Verona
Sampdoria 1-1 Venezia
AC Milan 0-1 Napoli

Week 19 — Dec 20-22

Udinese vs Salernitana — suspended
Juventus 2-0 Cagliari
Genoa 0-0 Atalanta
Venezia 1-3 Lazio
Sassuolo 0-3 Bologna
Verona 1-1 Fiorentina
Roma 1-1 Sampdoria
Inter Milan 1-0 Torino
Empoli 2-4 AC Milan
Napoli 0-1 Spezia

Week 20 — Jan. 6

Bologna vs Inter Milan — suspended
Atalanta vs Torino — suspended
Salernitana vs Venezia — suspended
Fiorentina vs Udinese — suspended

Sampdoria 1-2 Cagliari
Spezia 1-2 Verona
Lazio 3-3 Empoli
Sassuolo 1-1 Genoa
AC Milan 3-1 Roma
Juventus 1-1 Napoli

Week 21 — Jan. 9-11

Venezia 0-3 AC Milan
Empoli 1-5 Sassuolo
Udinese 2-6 Atalanta
Napoli 1-0 Sampdoria
Roma 3-4 Juventus
Genoa 0-1 Spezie
Verona 1-2 Salernitana
Inter Milan 2-1 Lazio
Torino 4-0 Fiorentina
Cagliari 2-1 Bologna

Week 22 — Jan. 15-17

Sampdoria 1-2 Torino
Salernitana 0-3 Lazio
Juventus 2-0 Udinese — McKennie scores 10th career Juve goal
Sassiolo 2-4 Verona
Venezia 1-1 Empoli
Roma 1-0 Cagliari
Atalanta 0-0 Inter
AC Milan 1-2 Spezia
Bologna 0-2 Napoli
Fiorentina 6-0 Genoa

Week 23 — Jan. 22-24

Verona 2-1 Bologna
Genoa 0-0 Udinese
Inter Milan 2-1 Venezia
Lazio 0-0 Atalanta
Cagliari 1-1 Fiorentina
Torino 1-1 Sassuolo
Napoli 4-1 Salernitana
Spezia 1-0 Sampdoria
Empoli 2-4 Roma
AC Milan 0-0 Juventus

Week 24 — Feb. 6-8

Roma vs Genoa
Inter Milan vs AC Milan
Fiorentina vs Lazio
Atalanta vs Cagliari
Sampdoria vs Sassuolo
Venezia vs Napoli
Bologna vs Empoli
Udinese vs Torino
Juventus vs Verona
Salernitana vs Spezia

Week 25 — Feb. 13-15

Spezia vs Fiorentina
Torino vs Venezia
Verona vs Udinese
Napoli vs Inter Milan
Genoa vs Salernitana
Atalanta vs Juventus
Empoli vs Cagliari
Lazio vs Bologna
AC Milan vs Sampdoria
Sassuolo vs AS Roma

Derby della Madonnina

AC Milan 1-1 Inter Milan — Nov. 7
Inter Milan v AC Milan — Feb. 6, 2022

Derby della Mole

Torino 0-1 Juventus — Oct. 3
Juventus v Torino — Feb. 20, 2022

Derby della Capitale

Lazio 3-2 Roma
Roma v Lazio — March 20, 2022

Derby del Sole

Roma 0-0 Napoli — Oct. 24
Napoli v Roma — April 16, 2022

Derby dell’Appennino

Bologna 2-3 Fiorentina — Dec. 5
Fiorentina v Bologna — March 13, 2022

Derby della Lanterna

Genoa 1-3 Sampdoria — Dec. 12
Sampdoria v Genoa — May 1, 2022

Premier League transfer news live, today! Latest updates on the summer window


We are all set for a very summer transfer window, as the latest transfer news keeps flooding in and plenty of big names are expected to be on the move.

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The 2023 summer transfer window opens on June 14, 2023 for Premier League clubs and it will close at 6pm ET on September 1, 2023.

From superstars like Declan Rice, Harry Kane and Jude Bellingham in-demand, to speculation around the future of Lionel Messi and plenty of money set to be spent by the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool, this will be a fun summer.

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Below we roundup the latest transfer news, done deals, reports and rumors and give our analysis on what’s going on as Joe Prince-Wright (JPW), Nicholas Mendola (NM) and Andy Edwards (AE) will guide you through a hectic last few weeks of the window.

Transfer news live today! Latest from the summer window, so far…

June 3 – In-demand $40M back name checks Liverpool

Wolfsburg defender Micky van de Ven has had a dream to play at Anfield since attending a game there as a youngster. An excellent ball progressor, Van de Ven is viewed as a $40 million target and reports have said Jurgen Klopp is an admirer. So it’s a mutual appreciation society.

“I once went to the Liverpool stadium with my dad,” he told AZ WAZ. “That was over Christmas on Boxing Day. Liverpool vs Arsenal. That was madness. Then when ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ comes [on] – that’s a goose bump moment, that was very cool. It’s a dream to play there.”

The 6-foot-4 Van de ven turned 22 in April and has served as the captain of the Dutch U-21 national team. He moved from Volendam to Wolfsburg in the summer of 2021 and became a full-time starter in his second season, occasionally swinging to left back. (NM)

June 2 – Man United in ‘detailed talks’ for young forwards

According to The Athletic, Manchester United have been in ‘detailed talks’ over the signing of Randal Kolo Muani and Rasmus Hojlund. The young forward duo are both being chased by the Red Devils as Erik ten Hag wants to add one of them and a more experienced striker. Per the report, John Murtaugh has spoken to both Eintracht Frankfurt and Atalanta multiple times about Kolo Muani and Hojlund respectively and United are hoping to move on with chasing summer targets despite uncertainty surrounding their ownership status as the Glazer Family continue to explore the option of a full or partial sale of the Premier League giants. Kolo Muani and Hojlund both fit the mould for the type of player Erik ten Hag wants and if United can land one of them and somehow pull off an unlikely move for Harry Kane (unlikely due to Daniel Levy’s unwillingness to do business) then it will be a heck of a summer for the Red Devils. (JPW)

June 2 – Gvardiol wanted by Manchester City

According to a report from The Times, Josko Gvardiol is at the top of Pep Guardiola’s wish-list this summer. The Croatian defender, 21, is thought to be valued at $108 million by RB Leipzig and although the German giants don’t want to sell, it is believed Gvardiol is keen on a move to City. The report says that City plan on moving on at least one of their center backs and all of John Stones, Ruben Dias, Manuel Akanji and Nathan Ake seem certain to stay with Aymeric Laporte perhaps the most likely to move on. Gvardiol has long been linked with a Premier League move and his power in the air as well as his pace and ability on the ball is a perfect fit for the Premier League and City. Josko Gvardiol also got a good look at City this season as Leipzig were hammered by Erling Haaland and Co. in the UEFA Champions League. We’ve seen this season how Guardiola’s side dominated the final months of the season not only due to their incredible goalscoring exploits but largely thanks to a solid defensive unit. Having mobile center backs who can slot in at full back and step into midfield is key to the way they play. Gvardiol can do that. (JPW)

June 1 – Manchester United move to front of queue for Mason Mount

A report from ESPN says that Manchester United have moved to the front of the queue when it comes to signing Mason Mount this summer. Mount, 24, has just one year left on his contract at Chelsea and is expected to move on this summer. Mount has been linked with moves to United and Liverpool but the report says that Mount is keen on heading to United although the Red Devils have some reservations over the $75 million transfer fee Chelsea are asking for. Per the report, clubs are waiting for later in the summer to try and buy Mount as they known Chelsea will have to move players on due to the enormous squad Mauricio Pochettino has inherited and will have to trim. Does Mount to United make sense? It does. He can slot in anywhere in Erik ten Hag’s midfield and is the perfect kind of player to add depth to their squad and be a great 12th man or step in when key midfielders are injured or need a rest. His time at Chelsea is clearly coming to an end and even though Mount has struggled this season at Chelsea, his quality is proven in the Premier League in recent years and on the international stage with England. (JPW)

May 31 – Liverpool eye Bundesliga midfielder

Bild says that the Reds are turning to the Bundesliga to address their midfield. Jurgen Klopp will turn to Borussia Monchengladbach’s Kouadio “Manu” Kone this summer, as Liverpool has reportedly told the player that it will be approaching Gladbach. Kone, 22, has been linked with several big clubs including a late March report regarding Manchester United interest. A ball progressor who reads the game very well, Kone is said to carry a price tag of more than $40 million. (NM)

May 30 – Chelsea all-in on Ugarte

Chelsea are in talks to sign Manuel Ugarte, according to Fabrizio Romano. The Uruguayan and Sporting Lisbon holding midfielder is admired by new Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino. Romano says PSG are in the race for Ugarte too. Ugarte, 22, is exactly the kind of player Pochettino loves as he will dig in, win the ball and get it to others to create. Alongside Enzo Fernandez, Ugarte will add extra defensive stability to Chelsea’s midfield and improve the balance of their squad. Our partners in the UK at Sky Sports says that Ugarte has a $65 million release clause in his contract. (JPW)

May 30 – Declan Rice linked with Bayern Munich

Our partners at Sky Germany say that Bayern Munich are very interested in signing Declan Rice from West Ham. Bayern, who won their 11-straight Bundesliga title on the final day of the season, have made Rice, 24, their top target as Thomas Tuchel is a huge fan of the England international.

Here is more from Sky Germany reporter Uli Kohler: “Tuchel had a phone call with Rice. I don’t know what they were talking about – maybe money, maybe about what he can expect here [in Munich]. Bayern is keen on him. They need a strong defensive midfielder but everybody knows there are a lot of other clubs interested in him. Bayern could afford it. They would like to keep it below €100m [£86.4m]. They have to look at their accounts very closely but I think they can afford it.”

Rice has long been linked with a move to Arsenal or Manchester United but it is believed that West Ham’s asking price for their captain and central midfielder (who is out of contract next summer) is putting up Premier League clubs. Bayern appear to be ready to pay close to the $120 million West Ham want for Rice. Is he worth it? He is. There is perhaps no better two-way central midfielder under the age of 25 in Europe and Rice’s ceiling is extremely high. (JPW)

May 25 – Harry Kane, Declan Rice, Mason Mount are summer targets for Man United

A report from our partners in the UK at Sky Sports says that Manchester United are trying to sign a trio of England internationals: Harry Kane, Mason Mount and Declan Rice.

“Manchester United will try to sign Harry Kane, Declan Rice and Mason Mount this summer. Their No. 1 target is Kane. He is the player Erik ten Hag wants most. It is unlikely they will sign all three players and everything depends on what happens with the takeover. Kane, Rice and Mount are exactly the kind of characters Ten Hag wants in his dressing room.”

It is clear Kane will be the top target for United as Erik ten Hag has spoken about signing a new striker and that is their main transfer need. It is tough to see Tottenham selling Kane to a direct top four rival in Manchester United for anything less than $130 million, even with Kane’s contract winding down. That said, do you take that money this summer and use it to rebuild? Or let him go for free in the summer of 2024?

Next up, Declan Rice will surely be their next main target, as all three of these players have just one year left on their contract. Rice, 24, is just the type of player United need alongside Casemiro in central midfield and the England international has become one of the best two-way central midfielders in Europe under the age of 25. Rice’s close friend is Mason Mount and the latter clearly doesn’t want to sign a new contract at Chelsea, so he could be the cheaper option of the three. All of this hinges on Manchester United’s takeover but if, as expected, they qualify for the Champions League, then signing two of these three players would be a huge upgrade on their current options and gives them quality, depth and experience in midfield and attack. First choice would be Kane and Rice but Kane and Mount would still be pretty decent. (JPW)

Barcelona wins Women’s Champions League with stunning comeback


Midfielder Patricia Guijarro ignited a stunning second-half comeback as Barcelona overturned a 2-0 deficit to beat Wolfsburg 3-2 and win its second Women’s Champions League title on Saturday.

“We didn’t make it easy for ourselves,” Barcelona and England defender Lucy Bronze said in a pitchside interview after securing her fourth Champions League crown. She won it three years in a row with Lyon.

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Fridolina Rolfö capped the fightback by calmly firing the winner into the far corner of the net after a mix-up in the Wolfsburg defense in the 70th minute.

Guijarro is one of 15 Spanish players, including Bonmati and four other Barcelona teammates, who renounced playing for Spain last year, citing differences with their coach. They have not played since and their participation in this summer’s Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand is in serious doubt.

Wolfsburg led 2-0 at the break thanks to goals from Ewa Pajor and Alexandra Popp.

But Barcelona kept believing it could win.

“We were never worried about scoring three goals,” Bronze added.

Barcelona earned its second league crown – the first was in 2021 – from its fourth final since 2019 in front of 33,147 fans at PSV Stadium, a record crowd for a women’s game in the Netherlands.

Guijarro’s double in the 48th and 50th minutes swiftly overturned a first half in which Wolfsburg’s pressing play and clinical counterattacking earned two goals.

First, the Barcelona midfielder slammed the ball into the roof of the net in the 48th. Aitana Bonmatí then made room for herself on the right before crossing for Guijarro to head past Merle Frohms for the equalizer. Guijarro was named player of the match.

It was a remarkable turnaround for coach Jonatan Giráldez’s Barcelona Wolfsburg took the lead inside three minutes when tournament top scorer Ewa Pajor robbed Bronze of the ball close to the Barcelona penalty area and fired a powerful shot that goalkeeper Sandra Paños touched but could not stop from flying in. The goal improved Pajor’s tally in the competition to nine.

It was a rocky start for Bronze, who returned to the Barcelona lineup for the first time since she was injured in the semifinal first leg against Chelsea and underwent knee surgery.

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Irene Paredes clasped her hands to her face when she squandered a great chance to equalize 10 minutes later, heading wide at the far post a corner from the right by María Pilar León.

Wolfsburg doubled its lead when veteran forward Alexandra Popp ran into space between two defenders and headed a cross from the left by Pajor past Paños from close range in the 37th. Popp equaled Ada Hegerberg’s record of scoring in four finals.

Wolfsburg goalkeeper Merle Frohms made sure her team went into the break without conceding by racing off her line in stoppage time to smother an effort by Salma Paralluelo.

But she couldn’t stop Barcelona’s onslaught after the break.

With Barcelona leading and the minutes ticking down, Giráldez brought on two-time Ballon d’Or winner Alexia Putellas, who has recently recovered from an ACL injury. Barcelona’s vocal fans in Eindhoven roared as Putellas replaced Bonmatí.

It was Putellas who accepted the trophy from England coach Sarina Wiegman after Wolfsburg players formed a guard of honor for their opponents as they walked up to collect their medals.

Manchester City vs Inter Milan: How to watch Champions League Final, odds, predictions


Manchester City is on the chase for a historic treble and standing in the way is Inter Milan, one of Europe’s precious few clubs to claim such an honor.

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The Premier League winners three times running have an FA Cup under their belt after beating Manchester United on June 3 and the final jewel in their treble crown awaits with a win in Istanbul on June 10.

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Pep Guardiola could lead a second club to a treble after he did it with Barcelona in 2008-09, and they would give heated rivals United domestic company on the treble stage right down the road.

Guardiola says it’s now okay to talk about the treble. We agree, and we’ve laid out why the achievement is so special after the jump.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Manchester City vs Inter Milan.

How to watch Manchester City vs Inter Milan live, stream link and start time

Dates: 3pm ET June 10, 2023
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What Premier League clubs have won the treble?

Manchester United won the Premier League, FA Cup, and Champions League in 1998-99.

Sir Alex Ferguson’s Red Devils are the lone Premier League club to win it.

That’s it. For now.

How many times has the treble been won?

Nine times in history has a team won its domestic league, top domestic cup, and the European Cup.

Bayern Munich and Barcelona have each done it twice, with Bayern doing it in 2012-13 and 2019-20 and Barca pulling it off in 2008-09 and 2014-15.

Celtic was the first to win a treble, doing it in 1966-67, while Ajax was the next in 1971-72.

PSV Eindhoven then won it in 1987-88 before Man United made it happen 11 years later. Inter Milan is the only Italian team to pull it off, winning in 2009-10.


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Champions League Final predictions

Joe Prince-Wright: Man City 2-1 Inter Milan
Andy Edwards: Man City 3-1 Inter Milan
Nick Mendola: Man City 2-0 Inter Milan

Manchester City team news, injuries, lineup options


Inter Milan team news, injuries, lineup options

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Pep Guardiola after FA Cup win: Man City ‘can now talk about the treble’


Pep Guardiola is giving Manchester City’s players a couple of days to celebrate their FA Cup Final, but now they can admit there’s something even bigger than the Champions League final at play.

“We can now talk about the treble,” Guardiola acknowledged after Man City topped Manchester derby rivals Man United on Saturday at Wembley Stadium. “It is one game away.”

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Nine times in history has a team won its domestic league, top domestic cup, and the European Cup, and only once has it happened for an English team: The 1998-99 Manchester United team.

“What a privilege we are one game away.  I said to the players you have to put the pressure on yourself to be recognized as something good you have to win Europe.”

Guardiola said Erik ten Hag’s set-up surprised City, as a narrow formation forced the Citizens to find different routes to goal.

And he was asked about his post-game tears of joy, spotting by cameras on the pitch.

“It was so important for us today,” Guardiola said. “The FA Cup is so nice. I’m a Barcelona fan but I will love this club for the rest of my life. I know today we gave our fans a good gift to enjoy against our neighbors.”