Rio 2016: Neymar? Brazil must stop us - Hrubesch

Germany coach Horst Hrubesch has no interest in talking about Neymar, warning Brazil they needed to stop his team in the men's football final at the Rio Olympics.

Hrubesch's men have scored 21 goals on their way to Saturday's decider, with Serge Gnabry and Nils Petersen netting six apiece.

Mourinho: Pogba is world's best midfielder

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes Paul Pogba is the world's best midfielder, but does not expect the France international to produce fireworks every week. 

While Pogba became the world's most expensive transfer with his move from Juventus to United, he is not expected to score as many goals as the likes of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. 

Lolo A Halaevalu Cup in Tonga back after 15 year hiatus

Nippon Field is playing host to eight teams - four men's and four women's - from Tongatapu and Vavaú.

Tonga Football Association competitions manager Penateti Feke said bringing the competition back is a major step forward for Tonga football development.

Leicester on verge of title

RNZI reports Leicester's lead over Spurs increased to eight points with four games remaining. The in-form Londoners play tomorrow at home to West Bromwich Albion.

And it was a doubly dismal day for Arsenal, after the Gunners were held to a scoreless draw at Sunderland.

Sanchez double lifts Arsenal to third

Consecutive draws had all but ended Arsenal's chances of overhauling Premier League leaders Leicester City and they began the night only a point above fifth-placed Manchester United in the battle to secure Champions League football.

However, Sanchez struck twice before halftime and Arsenal were untroubled by a poor West Brom side as they registered their 500th victory in the Premier League.

Tonga football focused on development

Gianni Infantino was elected FIFA President at the weekend, replacing the suspended Sepp Blatter.

He has promised to distribute five million dollars every four years to each national federation for football development, plus $US40 million to each of the six continental confederations over the same period.

Neymar's assets frozen

The federal court in Sao Paulo announced it was issuing warrants to freeze almost $76 million worth of assets belonging to the Brazil and Barcelona striker.

They include a yacht, a jet and several properties.

Neymar has been accused of tax evasion between 2011 and 2013 and faces legal proceedings. He has denied any wrongdoing.

PNG Football could face sanctions after qualifying withdrawal

New Zealand won the opening leg 7-1 in Lae on Saturday and will represent Oceania at the Olympic Tournament in Rio after PNG pulled out.

FIFA were notified of PNG's withdrawal when the squad did not receive the required visas to enter New Zealand for the return match.

Hiddink secures first win at Chelsea helm

Oscar, Willian and Diego Costa scored the goals for caretaker manager Guus Hiddink's first official win, lifting them to 14th, six points from safety.

Tottenham lost ground on the top three as they could only draw 1-1 at Everton in this morning's other match.

Arsenal go top, United draw with Chelsea

Arsenal are now one point clear of previous leaders Leicester, who play fourth placed Manchester City tomorrow.

All White Winston Reid's West Ham rose to seventh with a 2-1 win over Southampton, while Tottenham climbed to third with a 2-1 victory at 10-man Watford.