He may have been the hero against Chile; but he was certainly the villain tonight.
Bending clubs seems to be Rory McIlroy's new trademark. But hardly a charming one.
The Italian previously tried to sign him with Chelsea and PSG. Will he get his man this summer?
Rio Ferdinand has made the cheeky suggestion he will be banging them in next season via Twitter.
Could Arsenal turn Eintracht Frankfurt's interest in the Danish striker to their advantage?
Philippe Coutinho will adorn the shirts of more Liverpool fans than anyone else next season.
Larnell Cole is likely to go on loan next season, and with West Bromwich Albion in need of more goals they could be the perfect fit.
The return of Kevin De Bruyne from Werder Bremen, where the Belgian replaced Marin, seems to have proceeded the German's loan to Sevilla.
With Danny Simpson set to join QPR on a free transfer, Vincent Ralph asks what the move means for the player and his new club.
The possible arrival of Leighton Baines may be the making of Alexander Buttner at Manchester United.
It was certainly a strike those fortunate to witness it live won't forget in a hurry; Aaron Ramsey most definitely won't.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers are set to give Joey Barton a chance to train with their development squad.
Leeds United loanee Matt Grimes admits he has not been at his best.
Tottenham Hotspur are currently in fifth place in the Premier League table.
Here's our best estimates of when 2016 bonuses are likely to be announced / paid.
Erik Lamela was a cut above when he came on for Tottenham Hotspur in midweek.
Should Everton move for the exiled Liverpool man in January?
Liverpool will host Leeds for a place in the last four of the competition.
Tottenham Hotspur will be moving into their new ground at the beginning of the 2018/19 season.
With the players Cardiff have signed and been linked with this summer, could they match Swansea's recent successes in the Premier League?
Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Everton and Arsenal players feature on the list, which looks at five players who might become Premier League sensations next season.
Jon Corzine, former CEO of bankrupt futures brokerage MF Global, has said he never ordered any misuse of customer funds to help his firm stay afloat as it dealt with margin calls on bad bets.