Italy

Saturday, May 21, 2016

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Alvaro Morata secured the Coppa Italia for the Bianconeri with an extra-time goal against AC Milan and the coach was delighted with his side after a tough game

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The forward produced another big moment to win the Coppa Italia in extra time and demonstrated why the Bianconeri should make every effort to finance his buy-back clause.

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A solitary goal from substitute Alvaro Morata was enough to allow the Old Lady to complete a domestic double, but they needed extra time to sink the plucky Rossoneri.

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The Old Lady are looking to secure back-to-back doubles by seeing off the Rossoneri in the Coppa Italia final - follow all the action from the Stadio Olimpico LIVE with Goal!

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Legendary playmaker Andrea Pirlo says moving to the U.S. may have damaged his chances of making Italy's Euro 2016 roster, but he has no regrets about heading to New York.

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The seven-time champions of Europe need a change of direction as they head into the clash at the Stadio Olimpico, with the future of the club very much undecided.

Friday, May 20, 2016

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The 31-year-old midfielder has stressed the importance of Rossoneri ending an inconsistent season on a massive high by winning the Coppa Italia.

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Rossoneri can alleviate the pain of their fans in recent years by beating the Turin side in the Coppa Italia final, their manager has said

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Arsene Wenger is desperate to beat Chelsea and Manchester United to the Spain international and is willing to offer a five-year contract worth £155,000 a week

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Juventus and AC Milan experienced contrasting Serie A campaigns, but Massimiliano Allegri is taking nothing for granted in the Coppa Italia.

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Italian president Sergio Mattarella will honor the coach after he won the Premier League with Leicester City, giving him a rank above the 1982 and 2006 World Cup winners.

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Mattia De Sciglio believes AC Milan can stop Juventus becoming the first Italian team to win the double in successive seasons.

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A legend at Racing, a hero with Inter, and a striker who struck fear into the hearts of any defender: El Principe leaves the game after a career that deserved far more plaudits.

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The Uruguayan pipped both Ronaldo and Lionel Messi to the Spanish prize, while Napoli star Gonzalo Higuain was rewarded for his fine efforts in front of goal in Serie A.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

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After failing to recover from a calf injury, the Germany international midfielder has not been included in the Turin giants' squad for their end of season showdown with Milan