Thursday night will go down in history as the first ever appearance for goal-line technology in competitive professional football.
The Japanese side outplayed their New Zealand rivals for much of the game but in the end it took a special strike to seal them victory. You can watch the goal below...
Arsenal join Aston Villa as English teams insured of a place in the next round after dispatching of Bilbao at Underhill. Goals from Jon Toral (2), Isaac Hayden and Zak Ansah saw them through while there was also an excellent performance from goalkeeper Reice Charles-Cook.
Whilst there is no denying that Chelsea’s elimination from the Champion’s League is a devastating failure for the Blues, there are one or two silver linings they can take from their exit.
Who should be Manchester United's next manager? Paul Moore puts the case forward to Ryan Giggs.
Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup has warded of potential suitors of his bargain goal-machine Michu in the run up to the January transfer window, claiming interested parties will have to cough up £30 million for the Spaniard.
Tottenham defeated Panathaniakos 3-1 last night, sealing their passage into the knockout stages of the Europa League.
Liverpool traveled to Udinese and won last night, sealing qualification to the knockout stages of the Europa League.
Gigi Stone reports Thursday's market-moving stories.
XL Group plc’s reinsurance operations announced the appointment of Craig Wenzel as Senior Vice President, Capital Markets.