Wes Foderingham shines for Sheffield United, defender struggles in Man City player ratings
The Blades looked to have earned their first point of the season when Jayden Bogle came off the bench to equalise in the 85th minute, after Erling Haaland had earlier put the visitors ahead.
But poor defending on the wing gave City one more chance and Rodri, who scored the winner in the Champions League final, repeated the trick at Bramall Lane with a superb finish to earn all three points for the reigning champions just three minutes later.
Earlier Haaland missed a penalty and City had two goals ruled out for offside. Here are our player ratings from a game that left United with no points, but a lot of pride...
Number 10 has said scrapping the winter fuel allowance for all but the poorest pensioners is now "not happening". Earlier on Friday, Sky News revealed the option was under live discussion between No 10, the Treasury and the Department of Work and Pensions as a way to claw back some taxpayer funds from the elderly. The prime minister is expected to fight the next election on a pledge to keep the pension triple lock despite its spiraling costs, and has been looking at various options to cut back welfare spending as he looks to pave the way for pre-election tax cuts, while also remaining committed to the pensions triple lock at the next election.
REUTERS/Maxim ShemetovThe Kremlin is fuming about Armenia’s efforts to join the International Criminal Court (ICC), which has issued an arrest warrant against Vladimir Putin in connection with alleged war crimes in Ukraine.Kremlin Spokersperson Dmitry Peskov warned that Armenia’s interest in joining the ICC is “extremely hostile” to Russia.“Armenia knows very well that we are not parties to the [Rome Statute], and Armenia is well aware of the difficult decision [of the International Criminal Cou
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested after one of the most photographed trees in the country was cut down. The tree at Sycamore Gap, next to Hadrian's Wall and close to the village of Once Brewed in Northumberland, was made famous when it appeared in the 1991 Kevin Costner film Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves.
Loic Venance/AFP/GettyRoyalist is The Daily Beast’s newsletter for all things royal and Royal Family. Subscribe here to get it in your inbox every Sunday.King Charles has a “strategic need” to chart a course of reconciliation with his estranged son Prince Harry in the medium to long term—and, as part of his attempts to try and smooth that path, is not seeking an apology from him over accusations made by Harry in his book, films and other interviews, royal sources and friends of the king and Quee