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Saturday, 3 December 2016

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Goals from Paul Lasne, Ellyes Skhiri and Ryad Boudebouz condemn the capital giants to a third Ligue 1 defeat of the season, leaving them a point adrift of Nice

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The defender was the hero for the visitors, scoring a stoppage time equaliser, after Luis Suarez had opened the scoring but says his team worked hard to get a result

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Slaven Bilic's side were unbeaten in the Premier League against the Gunners last season and will be hoping for a win to take them away from the drop zone

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Goals from Jonny Evans, Chris Brunt and Matt Phillips saw the in-form Baggies to victory at The Hawthorns and into sixth spot in the Premier League table

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The Potters netted twice inside the opening 45 minutes to make it back-to-back wins in the Premier League, while the Clarets have now suffered three straight defeats

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Mauricio Pochettino's men had a reason to celebrate the start of December as they clicked into gear with a wonderful showing against their Welsh visitors

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The Belgian has discovered a new lease of life at Selhurst Park and he was instrumental to plotting the downfall of Claude Puel's men on Saturday, finding the net in either half

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The Spain international had been out of action since October, with his Argentine colleague skippering the side for the first time against Real Madrid in his absence

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang netted a brace and Marco Reus provided three assists as Thomas Tuchel's side extend their Bundesliga home unbeaten run to 28 matches

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The Manchester City boss did not want to discuss the decisions made by Anthony Taylor but he did make several references to the standard of officiating in England

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Despite lamenting his side's luck in front of goal in the 3-1 loss to Chelsea on Saturday, the Catalan chose to focus on the positive aspects of the performance

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The influential forward admits his side had been under the cosh at the Etihad Stadium but praised the Blues for holding out and then seizing their chances to earn three points

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Pep Guardiola's men went 1-0 up against Chelsea but could not press their advantage before eventually losing to match an unwanted home record set seven years ago

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The Blues striker is the best in the league, not just for his goal scoring ability but his all-round play as Chelsea stretch their lead at top of the table

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Pep Guardiola's side created a hatful of gilt-edged chances and suffered some poor refereeing, but their weaknesses were ruthlessly exploited and, by the end, they fell apart

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Pep Guardiola's side finished the game with nine men after Sergio Aguero and Fernandinho were sent off late on as the visitors moved four points clear of their title rivals

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Mark Hughes's men have failed to beat the Clarets in the last three meetings between the two sides ahead of Saturday's clash