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  1. OZIL: Fabregas stat shames Arsenal star OZIL: Fabregas stat shames Arsenal star

    The Spain international has been pulling his weight for Antonio Conte's men as they close in on Premier League glory

  2. COSTA: Stat shows he's PL's best ever? COSTA: Stat shows he's PL's best ever?

    The former Atletico Madrid front-man has been a key ingredient to his side's success during this campaign, scoring plenty of goals

  3. WATCH: Barca kid's Messi-esque goal WATCH: Barca kid's Messi-esque goal

    Jordi Mboula helped fire the Blaugrana past Borussia Dortmund and into the UEFA Youth League quarter-finals with a stunning strike

  4. PEDRO: On par with Costa & Hazard PEDRO: On par with Costa & Hazard

    The Blues' Spanish winger scored one and assisted another at Stamford Bridge as he helped his side get another vital three points in the title race