Several football matches are scheduled to be played today after yesterdays games with English Premier league, Italia Serie A and Spanish Laliga being todays top matches.
However the red devils had a night to remember After yesterday's awful performance at Anfield whereby they squeezed 7-0 by Liverpool.
This was the worse results the red devils produced since this season kicked off.
Currently they stand at no three even after defeat thus they will be willing to bounce back to their winning ways this Thursday when they will be hosting Real Betis in the Europa league quarter final.
On the other side,below is the player who died after failing ill while he was playing.
Per reports from this source,it is said that the 21 year old Ivory Coast footballer Moustapha Sylla died on Sunday after failing ill while playing a first division match with his club ie Racing d'Abidjan announcing the scene.
Moreover the player passed away while he was being taken to the hospital.
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