Kane’s injury, Ramos’s clutch header make latest waves Around Europe

The Premier League may have had an abbreviated slate over the weekend, but there was plenty of news regarding one of the remaining title challengers that emerged from the FA Cup, as semifinalist Tottenham lost Harry Kane to an ankle injury.

In Spain, Barcelona followed its sensational and historic Champions League comeback by slipping up in La Liga and opening the door for Real Madrid to re-take the lead. On the flip side of Barcelona's midweek triumph was PSG, which bounced back with a win in Ligue 1 but still has serious questions swirling about its brain trust. In Germany, Bayern Munich won while the three trailing teams dropped points, and in Italy, Inter Milan hit up Atalanta for seven goals despite its manager not having the full backing of ownership.

Here is what caught our eye Around Europe this weekend:

PREMIER LEAGUE: Spurs reaches FA Cup semis, but at what cost?

LA LIGA: Sergio Ramos's clutch streak continues

BUNDESLIGA: Path clears for Bayern to seize the title again

LIGUE 1: Emery's PSG status changes on a dime

SERIE A: Why won't Inter owners back Pioli?

TOP GOALS/PLAYERS OF THE WEEKEND: Son's hat trick, Memphis's midfield launch

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