Introducing the FC Yahoo All-Premier League teams, midseason edition – modeled after American college football's All-American teams.
Manchester City beat Bournemouth 4-0 on Saturday at the Etihad Stadium to stretch their run of consecutive Premier League wins to 17. Pep Guardiola‘s side held Bournemouth at arms length for much of this encounter and eased to victory with Sergio Aguero scoring once in each half, plus Raheem Sterling and Danilo added goals. With the win City momentarily stretch their lead atop the PL table to 14 points with United playing later on Saturday, while Bournemouth slipped into the relegation zone.
For Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid, El Clasico marked yet another La Liga weekend of frustration. It didn’t feel very classic, with Real Madrid coming close in the first half, and Barcelona sneaking three goals in the second to win 3-0. It seems but a matter of formality for Barca to reclaim the Spanish title, after Real interrupted a string of two-straight Catalan championships last season.
Reuters sports schedule at 0600 GMT on Monday: CRICKET The Ashes Australia wind up for Boxing Day blow against England MELBOURNE - Australia will look to extend their Christmas cheer into the dead rubber Boxing Day test by subjecting a demoralised England
They have scored 37 Premier League goals between them this year - but do Harry Kane, Romelu Lukaku and Sergio Aguero all make it into your team of 2017? Or are you looking elsewhere, at the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Gabriel Jesus, Alexis Sanchez and Mohamed Salah? We've compiled a longlist of the players we think have been the star performers of 2017, and we want you to select a formation and squeeze them into a starting XI. You can share them on social media using #bbcfootball and we'll collate all your selections and come up with a readers' XI, which we will publish early in the new year. If last season seems an age away, a reminder that Chelsea were champions, with Tottenham second and