Football News – What the Mail Sport Writers Made of the Champions League Quarter-Finals

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Despite an early scare against Crystal Palace, Manchester City remain top of the Premier League. They are joined by Liverpool, who had to rely on Mo Salah’s late goal to hold off a spirited Arsenal side.

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As the new season kicks off, the NFL is hoping to make a major splash with the introduction of a new helmet designed to protect linemen and safeties better. The new helmets will come with specialized foam padding that’s different than what’s currently used in the game.

Two mammoth Champions League quarter-finals kicked off this evening, with Real Madrid and Manchester City facing off at the Bernabeu while Arsenal play Bayern Munich at home. Here’s what the Mail Sport writers made of the big talking points from the match ups.

A Tuscaloosa native is suing his mother and her dental practice over an alleged hit-and-run crash in Jefferson County. The lawsuit filed by Reed Densely Harradine against his mother and Complete Dental Care is seeking more than $10.8 million in damages. It is alleged that Harradine drove into the vehicle of Timothy Moore, who was also an Alabama football player and student. The lawsuit claims that the collision caused injuries to Moore, who is now a paraplegic.

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