Sunday 11th February
22:48 CET - Meanwhile, a first-half strike by Theo Hernandez was the difference between AC Milan and Napoli in a tight match.
22:41 CET - A thrilling second-half has come to an end in France as 10-men Nice lost 3-2 at home to Monaco. Nice found themselves back on level terms for just three minutes before Aleksandr Golovin won it for the visitors.
22:32 CET - It is all going wrong for Barcelona after taking an early lead. The second-half started in a similar fashion to the first period as Robert Lewandowski put them 2-1 up but a quickfire double by Granada has put Barcelona on the brink of yet another disappointing night in LaLiga.
22:03 CET - Over in France and Denis Zakaria has scored his second of the game and restored Monaco's lead against Nice! Dante also saw a straight red just minutes later to add another twist to this fascinating encounter.
20:26 CET - A huge result for Sevilla near the bottom of LaLiga, who have managed to hold Atletico Madrid at bay and win their clash 1-0 thanks to a first-half goal from Isaac Romero - his fifth in six games.
20:07 CET - Still plenty of European action tonight with the Cote D'Azur derby between Nice and Monaco from 20:45 CET, Napoli travelling to AC Milan at the same time and Barcelona also in action against Granada.
19:31 CET - It is all over at Old Trafford and that late Scott McTominay's goal was decisive and the difference between two evenly-matched teams on the day!
19:23 CET - Meanwhile, it is half-time in Seville and it is the home side who lead at the break through Isaac Romero's strike against Champions League hopefuls Atletico Madrid. Can Sevilla hold on to pull off a shock win to get their season back on some kind of track?
19:02 CET - Well it had been coming! Aston Villa have been all over Manchester United since the break as the injury to Luke Shaw has hurt the away side massively. Douglas Luiz levels things up at Villa Park.
18:46 CET - We are back underway at Old Trafford, it is a big half ahead for both sides in their push for European football.
17:33 CET - A big match in LaLiga between Sevilla and Atletico Madrid has just kicked off. Atletico Madrid will leapfrog Barcelona into third place with a win whilst struggling Sevilla will be hoping to cause an upset.
18:18 CET - Hoffenheim and Koln are goalless at the break with very little bit to shout about there, but at Villa Park, Aston Villa are trailing 1-0 to Manchester United at the break thanks to Rasmus Hojlund's early effort.
17:48 CET - Rasmus Hojlund has given Manchester United the lead at Villa Park after 17 minutes. Harry Maguire rises highest from a corner and finds the Norwegian, who has a simple volley to give his side the lead against Aston Villa.
17:40 CET - A 3-1 victory for Stuttgart over Mainz has boosted their chances of Champions League football next year. They saw Maximilian Mittelstadt and Jamie Leweling score two quick-fire goals at the end of the first half as well as one from Deniz Undav to give them all three points.
16:58 CET - All over in our 15:00 CET games and we start the mini round-up with Serie A where Bologna have beaten Lecce 4-0, a brace from Riccardo Orsolini the headline of that game. Not much can be said from the contest between Monza and Verona - that finished 0-0.
16:26 CET - There was a bit of an exodus at half-time from the London Stadium after West Ham went into the break 4-0 down against Arsenal, and there may be a few more empty seats now as Bukayo Saka adds the Gunners' fifth in the 63th minute.
Three minutes later it is six, Declan Rice scores a rocket against his former employer. No celebration from him, but plenty in the stands from the travelling support. Arsenal are running riot.
Is Bologna the biggest surprise package in Serie A this season?
15:58 CET - A thrilling conclusion to the LaLiga clash between Getafe and Celta Vigo saw the away side from Vigo pull two goals back to make it 2-2 through Jorgen Strand Larsen and Tadeo Allende, but the hosts scored a late winner to win the game 3-2 and have Jaime Mata to thank for the three points.
15:45 CET - It's falling apart for West Ham, who now find themselves 3-0 down to Arsenal at home. This time, from a Declan Rice free-kick, Gabriel heads home at the near post after some poor marking from the Hammers. David Moyes will be having words with his players at the break.
15:33 CET - A potentially huge goal in Arsenal's season as they chase the title. They have taken the lead just after the half-hour mark against West Ham from a corner, where William Saliba rose highest to nod home.
Check the report out now and remember there are plenty of other Ligue 1 games to check out this afternoon.
Here are the teams ahead of the 15:30 CET kick-off.
Here are the lineups for the 15:00 CET kick-off.
10:50 CET - There’s also plenty of Premier League football to get your teeth stuck into, with West Ham hosting title challengers Arsenal at 15:00 CET and Manchester United travelling to Aston Villa (17:30 CET).
Elsewhere, Stuttgart take on Mainz in the Bundesliga, Sevilla and Atletico Madrid face off at 18:30 CET in LaLiga, AC Milan host Napoli and Monaco travel to Nice at 20:45 CET, and finally, Barcelona welcome Granada at 21:00 CET.
10:30 CET - Good morning and welcome to Flashscore’s live coverage of Sunday’s action!
Saturday 10th February
20:33 CET - WHAT A RESULT FOR LEVERKUSEN! Xabi Alonso and his men have utterly dismantled a feeble Bayern Munich side 3-0. They simply outclassed the German champions, playing them off the park while also defending so brilliantly. Jeremie Frimpong came off the bench and wrapped the game up with the last kick of the game. They go five points clear now, and the chances of them becoming champions for the first time in their history has increased ten-fold. Dare say, they are probably favourites now...
20:24 CET - Real Madrid have been an absolute class apart today, showcasing that they are levels above their title rivals Girona, running out 4-0 victors. Jude Bellingham, Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo all got on the scoresheet, as they moved five points clear at the top of LaLiga. It's hard to see how anyone can stop them.
19:56 CET - Inter Milan have shown why they are on course to be champions in Serie A, with an impressive 4-2 win at Roma. Roma had won all their games since Daniele De Rossi took over, but Inter have brought them back down to earth. They now go seven points clear at the top ahead of Juventus.
19:47 CET - Alex Grimaldo has given Bayer Leverkusen a much-deserved 2-0 lead over Bayern Munich with an emphatic finish into the roof of the net! The defending champions are in real trouble here. They have been second-best for 50 minutes against Xabi Alonso's brilliant side. Can they do anything to turn this around?
19:25 CET - It's heating up in the East Midlands where Nottingham Forest and Newcastle United are locked at 2-2. Fabian Schar netted in the 43rd minute before Callum Hudson-Odoi equalised on the stroke of half-time. A thrilling second half awaits.
Half-time in Madrid and Leverkusen with both home sides leading at the break.
19:19 CET - A huge turnaround in Rome with Inter scoring two quick-fire goals - both from Marcus Thuram - to now lead 3-2 in the eternal city against Roma. Can Daniele De Rossi raise his troops once more?
19:09 CET - Jude Bellingham, who else? Vinicius Junior turns provider as the England international slots home to double Real Madrid's lead over Girona in the 36th minute and already it feels like a mountain to climb for the Catalan side.
18:56 CET - Leverkusen have the lead against Bayern! Josip Stanisic, on loan from Bayern, pops up at the back post for his first goal of the season. The stadium erupts but he puts his hands up to not celebrate. Not many will care, they have a priceless advantage over the German champions. As it stands Leverkusen would be five points clear at the top of the table with the win.
It is now unerway, follow it here.
18:29 CET - You'd be forgiven for forgetting that there is a Premier League game about to kick-off with Nottingham Forest taking on Newcastle United. The pair met over the festive period with Chris Wood going back to haunt his former club as Forest came away with all three points.
What will happen this evening? Find out with us right here.
18:20 CET - Now to the Spanish capital, where LaLiga's top two meet in a mouthwatering clash. Girona know that a win will put them back above Real Madrid, but that is no easy task given their only defeat of the campaign came against Los Blancos back in September. It is a huge game and it's one you won't want to miss, so keep up with all the action here.
18:17 CET - Before we turn our attention away from Qatar's triumph and onto the two huge 18:30 CET clashes, just enough time to bring you another result with Osasuna beating fellow Basque side Real Sociedad 1-0 at Reale Arena with Ante Budimir the hero of the day for the visitors.
18:14 CET - QATAR WIN AFC ASIAN CUP FINAL
18:10 CET - It is finally over between Union Berlin and Wolfsburg with the side from the German capital winning 1-0 thanks to a goal from Danilho Doekhi. But the game will be remembered for the near 30-minute delay - the contest was halted twice due to fan protests against the DFL’s search for investment, with tennis balls hurled onto the pitch.
That game has just kicked off and you can follow it right here.
Meanwhile it was a little easier for Liverpool, who went back to the summit of the Premier League with a 3-1 victory against Burnley. There were also vital wins for Sheffield United and Brentford, whilst Fulham made light work of Bournemouth.
17:41 CET - The rise of Akram Afif! Stretchered off in the first half, he made a miraculous recovery from a twisted ankle to not only return to the Asian Cup final but score his second penalty of the game and restore Qatar's lead over Jordan.
17:35 CET - They have their equaliser! After sustained pressure, Jordan level the Asian Cup final up against Qatar through Yazan Al Naimat. He brings the ball down at the far post after a cross from the right before rifling the pall into the net with his right foot. Game on!
17:29 CET - Back to Qatar, where the hosts still lead Jordan by one goal in the Asian Cup final, but Jordan have just missed a huge chance in the 62nd minute - Noor Al Rawabdeh shooting just wide from close range. It has lifted the Jordanian fans in Lusail Stadium, who are making a lot of noise to cheer on their team.
17:25 CET - An afternoon of drama on and off the pitch in the Bundesliga with protests from fans about foreign investment in the league continuing to disrupt games.
With two of the five games interrupted, here are the results of the three to finish with Eintracht Frankfurt and Bochum playing out a 1-1 draw, whilst Augsburg fought valiantly to gain a point at home against RB Leipzig. Meanwhile, Heidenheim picked up their first win in five with a 2-1 victory against Werder Bremen.
17:13 CET - Goals galore in the Premier League as the second halves from the 16:00 CET kick-offs with Liverpool now leading Burnley 2-1 thanks to Luis Diaz, Luton have pulled one back against Sheffield United after a Carlton Morris penalty.
17:09 CET - Half-time in the LaLiga clash between Real Sociedad and Osasuna with the score goalless. Meanwhile Lens and Strasbourg are underway in Ligue 1 - they are also goalless in the opening exchanges.
It hasn't been plain sailing for the defending champions, however, with their goalscorer stretchered off after suffering a nasty-looking ankle injury.
16:52 CET - An action-packed first half in the Premier League's 16:00 CET kick-offs, with Burnley drawing level at Anfield. Here are the latest scores.
16:25 CET - Qatar lead in the Asian Cup final against Jordan! The star player of the tournament for the hosts, Akram Afif, strokes his penalty home with customary coolness and he gives his side the advantage midway through the first half.
15:49 CET - In Serie A, we're at the halfway stage in the match between relegation-threatened Cagliari and Lazio, with Maurizio Sarri's men leading 1-0 thanks to an unfortunate own goal from Alessandro Deiola.
15:33 CET - They were tested but Manchester City have made their way past Everton 2-0 and go top of the Premier League. Erling Haaland scored both for the Citizens as their form remains ominous for every other team at the top of the league.
15:18 CET - It's that man again, Erling Haaland who has put Man City 2-0 up against Everton. Kevin De Bruyne puts the striker through, he takes on James Tarkowski, before slotting the ball past Jordan Pickford with his left foot.
That is likely to be that at the Etihad Stadium with time running out.
15:10 CET - A huge, huge game is getting closer and closer between Qatar and Jordan in the Asian Cup final. Reigning champions and hosts Qatar seemed unlikely to repeat the feat of 2019 but they are back four years on. Meanwhile, it is Jordan's first appearance in this final after shocking South Korea in their semi-final earlier this week.
Can they go all the way? Whatever happens it will be an intriguing and thrilling encounter - one you can follow with us right here.
15:03 CET - From chaos to composure, Erling Haaland has given Manchester City the lead over Everton with 20 minutes to play. A corner bobbles around before falling at the feet of the lethal Norwegian and he hammers home a shot past Pickford to send his side into the lead.
14:34 CET - Not long to go now before our first continental final of the weekend, with Jordan taking on Qatar in the Asian Cup final. Tomorrow, the AFCON final will take centre stage as Ivory Coast and Nigeria go for glory. Before then, though, the Africa Cup of Nations' third-place play-off between South Africa and DR Congo tonight at 21:00 CET.
But should this game even still be happening given the feeling of anti-climax for both sides. Our man in Abidjan, Owuraku Ampofo, gives his views on the match here.
13:45 CET - We're through the opening quarter-hour at the Etihad Stadium and it's been an encouraging start for Everton.
The hosts know a win will take them to the top of the table (for a couple of hours at least)!
12:40 CET - The team news is in from the Premier League's opening fixture of the day between title-chasing Manchester City and relegation-threatened Everton.
The key talking point is that Kevin De Bruyne starts on the bench for the hosts.
08:50 CET - There are massive title clashes in both the Bundesliga and LaLiga today, with Bayer Leverkusen hosting Bayern Munich and suprise-package Girona travelling to Spanish heavyweights Real Madrid. Both matches kick off at 18:30 CET.
If all of that isn't enough to whet your appetite, Manchester City and Liverpool are both in action in the Premier League, while Roma face Inter Milan in Serie A and Ligue 1 leaders Paris Saint-Germain host Lille.