• Arsenal 2-2 Portsmouth. Arsenal was able to claw out a point, despite facing a 2-0 deficit in the second half. Emmanuel Adebayor and Gilberto Silva scored just two minutes apart for the Gunners after Matt Taylor gave Portsmouth a 2-0 lead just after the break. Despite being just one point apart in the standings, Arsenal's coach seemed ready to cry about the tie, while Portsmouth's coach was downright giddy that his team didn't completely blow it. Go figure.
• Charlton 0-3 Liverpool. Meanwhile, Liverpool passed both of them in the standings, putting a beating on Charlton today. Xabi Alonso, Craig Bellamy and Steven Gerrard were the goal scorers for Liverpool, who move into third place. Charlton, meanwhile, has just 12 points to show for their 18 games this season, and probably shouldn't get comfortable in the Premiership.
• Both Manchester United and Chelsea have games scheduled for tomorrow. United against lowly West Ham, and Chelsea against middle-of-the-table Everton.
• Shevchenko is pussywhipped. Silvio Berlusconi, president of AC Milan and former prime minister of Italy, doesn't feel like Andrei Shevchenko knows how to handle his woman. Shevchenko left Milan for Chelsea on the off-season, his wife possibly being the reason behind it. "A true Milanista and a real man would not have behaved like this. At my home I'm in charge and decide what happens. Instead, when Shevchenko's wife shouts, he runs under the bed like a lap-dog." Ah, that old-world Italian charm. He sounds like John Witherspoon in Boomerang.
And yes, that's Shevchenko and the wife in the picture above. I'm siding with him on this one.