A lot happened in the world of football yesterday, and the Futaa team brought all the top news plus more to you.
Leicester City were held to a 1-1 draw by ten men Southampton on Friday evening in a Premier League tie while Barcelona are set to appeal Koeman’s two-match touchline ban.
But what else happened?
Take a look below;
Southampton 1-1 Leicester City: 10-men Saints tame the Foxes at St. Mary's
Southampton forced Leicester to a 1-1 draw despite playing more than 80 minutes with ten players, frustrating the Foxes in their bid to finish in the top four. [Full story]
Mbappe sidelined with a calf injury ahead of Man City tie
Due to a calf injury, Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe will miss Saturday's Ligue 1 match against Lens, the French club announced on Friday. [Full story]
Barcelona to appeal Koeman’s two-match touchline ban
Barcelona announced on Friday that they would challenge coach Ronald Koeman's two-game touchline suspension. [Full story]
The English Premier League announces massive social media decision
The English Premier League has agreed with its clubs, to deliver a weekend blackout by not posting any content in a fight against the persistent social media abuse. [Full story]
Inter Milan demand £105m from Chelsea for Lukaku
According to a source, Inter Milan will only allow Romelu Lukaku to return to Chelsea for a fee of £105 million. [Full story]
Koeman banned from the touchline for Atleti and Valencia
After being sent off during Barcelona's home loss to Granada on Thursday, manager Ronald Koeman has been given a two-match suspension. [Full story]