The Arsenal fullback had a fine a game as the Gunners emphatically took all three points against Liverpool.
Former Manchester United and Liverpool striker Michael Owen looks ahead to today’s Premier League clash between Burnley and Tottenham Hotspur.
QPR claimed their second away win of the season to give themselves a fighting chance of Premier League survival.
The defender believes there were positives to take from their 3-1 defeat at Old Trafford.
In the wake of March'sUS tepid jobs creation, it may be time to take a harder look at this soft patch.
The two main parties remain neck and neck in the battle for Downing Street, with the latest Opinium/Observer poll putting both Labour and the Conservatives on 33%.
Scottish National party leader Nicola Sturgeon has offered to help make Ed Miliband the next prime minister even if Labour wins fewer seats than the Tories on 7 May. Her appeal comes as she angrily rejects claims that she thinks he is not up to the job.
Never accuse the British of not loving a good gadget.
The BBC may have lost its golden goose, but Jeremy Clarkson will still be furnishing the corporation with politically incorrect eggs as long as there are hundreds of old Top Gear episodes to drip-release on DVD.
Market watchers are expecting Apple to reward shareholders with a fatter dividend and heftier stock buy back when the company reports first quarter earnings this month.