Guerreiro's brilliance in the Euros of last summer was perhaps the only thing bright about Portugal's somber way of playing. His brilliance has continued in an unprecedented manner - and it's been noticed.
This weekend is arguably the best we've had so far this season in terms of the fixtures that it entails. Nobody is probably going to watch only one game. But, if we had to, which would you pick?
When one of our own embarks on a memorable first trip to a fine footballing establishment, we force him with all our might to tell the tale. And boy is it a fascinating one.
A list compiling the best of the bunch. The best of the best young players under the age of 23, from every corner of the world.
And that's Bundesliga for you. Bayern Munich have won the 2016/17 title. Yay. But, seriously, what needs fixing in this dumpster of a league?
Borussia Dortmund's taken a rather surprising turn this transfer market--they're the biggest spenders in Europe currently--and this could help them get one over on Bayern. Will this squad be able to do it?
This might be the end of the road for Mario Götze to replenish his career. Will he live up to his potential?
After slumbering through the game against France, and the latter crashing out of the Wimbledon's even more disastrously, it seems Schweinsteiger and Ana Ivanovic have finally been victors at something: their relationship together.
Bayern Munich are the only team in the Bundesliga to retain their best players and attract even better ones. That's why they will win Bundesliga again next season.
Bundesliga is dominated by Bayern. Period. Doesn't mean you can't enjoy the other teams in the league. Here are the 5 you should definitely watch.