The Gunners have now scored just once in their last three matches.
The German giants will play Pitso Mosimane’s Al Ahly on Monday.
“It’s not our decision, nobody from Germany called me and asked me how is the situation in England,” said Jurgen Klopp.
“I’m not happy, I’m angry, yes, because I don’t think I deserve this,” said the Real Madrid head coach.
United gave their goal difference a huge boost as they put Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side to the sword at Old Trafford on Tuesday.
The club said in a statement Onana had “mistakenly” taken his wife’s medicine which had led to the banned diuretic Furosemide appearing in his urine.

world soccer Ex-Manchester United striker Ighalo joins Saudi’s Al-Shabab

The 31-year-old has signed a two-and-a-half-year deal, the six-time Saudi champions said on Twitter, and becomes the latest major name to depart the Chinese Super League.

world soccer Barca aim to crank up pressure on Atletico after rousing cup comeback

Barca scored twice in the last four minutes against Granada to come from two goals down and force extra-time before winning 5-3 to reach the cup semi-finals. 

world soccer Liverpool face must-win Man City test as bottom three cut adrift

City are seven points clear of fourth-placed Liverpool, with a game in hand, and could kill off any hopes of a revival for Jurgen Klopp’s men with a first victory at Anfield for 18 years.

African Soccer Al Ahly to play for fun against Bayern, says coach Pitso Mosimane

The Red Devils are set to meet The Bavarians in the semi-finals of the Club World Cup on Monday.

world soccer Tuchel hails fast start at Chelsea after piling more misery on Tottenham

Jorginho’s penalty midway through the first-half was scant reward for Chelsea’s dominance on another damaging night for Spurs boss Jose Mourinho against his former club. 

world soccer Liverpool barred from Germany for Leipzig Champions League match

RB Leipzig CEO Oliver Mintzlaff said the club would find an alternative location for the match.

African Soccer Egypt’s Ahly propelled by ‘home’ advantage at Qatar Club World Cup

Doha is home to tens of thousands of Egyptian expats, working in every corner of the Qatari economy, and turned out in numbers to support the visitors despite strict virus controls.

world soccer Chelsea pile more misery on Mourinho’s Tottenham

Jorginho’s penalty gives the Blues the edge over Spurs.

world soccer Gignac double sends Mexico’s Tigres into Club World Cup semis

Tigres, the CONCACAF Champions League winners, will face Copa Libertadores champions Palmeiras of Brazil on Sunday for a spot in next week’s final.

world soccer Atletico striker Dembele tests positive for Covid-19

The squad underwent testing on Wednesday, from which “Moussa Dembele had a positive result for Covid-19 in the PCR test,” Atletico said in a statement. 

world soccer Inter seek Fiorentina lift, Juve and Roma battle for third spot

Inter, two points behind leaders Milan, can provisionally pull ahead of their city rivals who host lowly Crotone on Sunday.

world soccer Liverpool ‘not in title race’ after Brighton defeat, says Robertson

Jurgen Klopp’s men struggled to break down the visitors and Steven Alzate scored the only goal of the game in the 56th minute.

world soccer Winning at Chelsea is easy, Mourinho tells Tuchel

“I don’t think it’s very difficult to coach at Chelsea because I was champion three times,” said the Tottenham head coach.

world soccer Griezmann double inspires Barca cup comeback against Granada

“It was a brilliant, beautiful cup tie,” said Griezmann.

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