Tuesday, 21 October 2014

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Jose Mourinho's team romped to a club-record Champions League win as they tore apart the Slovenian minnows at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday evening

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The Citizens surrendered a two-goal lead with a controversial late penalty leaving them without a win in their Champions League Group E campaign after three games

Monday, 20 October 2014

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A late goal from Daley Blind, probably the Red Devils' best performer, rescued a point for Louis van Gaal after Saido Berahino's second-half goal threatened an upset

Sunday, 19 October 2014

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Jonathan Walters came off the bench to secure all three points for the Potters after Wilfried Bony and Charlie Adam traded penalties in the first half

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Two Eduardo Vargas goals cancelled out late strikes from the Reds, before Steven Caulker netted a bizarre late own goal to hand the away side all three points

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Diego Simeone's men returned to winning ways with goals from Tiago and Mario Suarez ensuring their impressive record at home remains intact

Saturday, 18 October 2014

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Simone Zaza's opening goal proved too much for a travelling Bianconeri side, as Paul Pogba's equaliser was the only end product that Maximiliano Allegri's side could muster up

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First-half goals from Mattia Destro, Francesco Totti and Adem Ljajic wrapped up a very comfortable win for the hosts, with Chievo struggling to get into the contest whatsoever

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Gabriel Obertan's first goal in two-years gave Newcastle United their first Premier League win of the season as they beat Leicester City 1-0 at St James' Park

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A bizarre own-goal from Vergini set the tone for an astonishing game as the Saints tore the Black Cats apart with a remarkable first win over the club since 2003

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Diafra Sakho's fifth goal in as many games kick-started his side's victory, with Enner Valencia and Carlton Cole also on the scoresheet against the winless Clarets

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Danny Welbeck's late equaliser salvaged a point for the Gunners but it masked what was a poor display and almost a damaging loss to Steve Bruce's well-equipped side

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Goals from Jagielka, Lukaku and Coleman give the Toffees their first home league win of the campaign as Villa fail to find the back of the net for the fourth game running.

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Oscar provided the inspiration with a sublime free-kick and an assist for Cesc Fabregas as the Blues maintained their unbeaten start despite Cesar Azpilicueta's red card

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A rare double from captain Philipp Lahm helped the champions to a very comfortable win over the Bundesliga's bottom side at the Allianz Arena

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The hosts ended a run of three straight defeats and piled the misery on Jurgen Klopp's men, who now sit 13 points off Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich