Monday, 2 March 2015

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The Giallorossi rallied late on, but a Bianconeri side missing their two midfield stars were comfortably the better side as they maintained their huge lead in Serie A

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Shunned by his previous employers, the 22-year-old forward has finally been given his chance to shine in Turin this season and the Bianconeri are reaping the rewards

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The highly paid Manchester duo toiled for their respective sides, with the Argentine subbed at half-time while the City destroyer was left to suffer for the full 90 minutes

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REFEREE'S COLUMN: The former Premier League official believes Sunderland will appeal the defender's red card but having the decision overturned could prove to be difficult

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Jose Mourinho has history of following a Wembley win with more silverware, while the Liverpool star helped topple a beleaguered Manchester City and the Stoke man set a new record

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The Manchester United striker scored twice against Sunderland and he is joined by no fewer than four Liverpool players after their win against Manchester City

Sunday, 1 March 2015

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The Portuguese squandered several chances as Real dropped two points in the 1-1 draw at home to Villarreal - and is off form when his team need him most

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The Chelsea loanee was on target again to defeat Inter at San Siro for the first time in 15 years and may be the secret weapon in the race for third in Serie A

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Check out all the best pictures from Sunday's showpiece at Wembley, where John Terry and Diego Costa helped Chelsea claim their first trophy in Jose Mourinho's second spell

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Mauricio Pochettino's two star men are named as part of our star-studded line-up, but the Blues dominate the selection, with seven players picked to Spurs' four...

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THE DOSSIER: The Premier League leaders were hammered on New Year's Day, with the 21-year-old bagging two goals and two assists, and must adapt for the League Cup final

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Both sides overcame tricky lower league opposition to book a trip to Wembley, while Jose Mourinho's side endured a thriller against Liverpool in the semi-finals

Saturday, 28 February 2015

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From Papiss Cisse's exemplary striking exploits to Wes Brown's case of mistaken identity, Goal runs through the best of the statistics from Saturday's top-flight matches

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The Yellow Submarine are still battling on three fronts despite their resources being dwarfed by Real Madrid - so why don't the league leaders utilise their depth of talent?

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The Blaugrana have shown the best and worst of their football over the last two matches but will need to triumph against all kinds of teams to win titles this season

Friday, 27 February 2015

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After Fifa announced plans to hold the 2022 tournament in November and December in Qatar, Goal looks at the impact on players, clubs, competitions and continents

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Brendan Rodgers and Mauricio Pochettino paid the price for fielding weakened sides on Thursday, but CL qualification is just as accessible via the Europa League

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The striker left the Etihad in 2009 after being stuck behind the likes of Jo, Benjani and Felipe Caicedo, and represents the last jewel to have emerged from the club's academy

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The Chelsea and Real Madrid managers have proved themselves capable of wielding great influence over matches from the sideline and will be able to make better use of their squads

Thursday, 26 February 2015

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The Croatian will likely be treated as the villain after his penalty miss, but it was wastefulness from Daniel Sturridge and Mario Balotelli that cost Brendan Rodgers' side