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Tuesday, 16 December 2014

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Eden Hazard, Filipe Luis and Andre Schurrle scored to secure an eventually comfortable victory for the Blues, who take their place in the semi-finals at the Rams' expense

Monday, 15 December 2014

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Ross Barkley's stunning individual effort set the Toffees on their way to a comfortable victory as Harry Redknapp's side again failed to pick up any points on their travels

Sunday, 14 December 2014

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Goals from Jeremy Menez and Giacomo Bonaventura early in each half proved to be enough for Filippo Inzaghi's side as they moved up to sixth in Serie A

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The home side executed their defensive game-plan to perfection and dealt out PSG's second defeat in a week - and their first in Ligue 1 all season

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Christian Eriksen lifted Spurs into the top seven with a classy last-gasp winner as the visitors soaked up a dominant second-half Swans display to clinch another late away win

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A solitary goal from Radja Nainggolan was enough to send Rudi Garcia's men within a point of Juventus at the top of Serie A against the hard-working 10 men

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The hosts made it six Premier League wins in a row with a convincing 3-0 victory over their rivals at Old Trafford to pile the misery on under-pressure boss Brendan Rodgers

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A second-half strike from Manolo Gabbiadini cancelled out an early header from Patrice Evra, as the away side managed to hold the Serie A leaders to a hard-fought draw in Turin

Saturday, 13 December 2014

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Olivier Giroud and Santi Cazorla both struck twice in a comfortable home victory for the Gunners despite Ayoze Perez getting one back for the Magpies when three down

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The Blaugrana fell a further two points behind Real Madrid in the title race after failing to find the net as they laboured to a goalless draw with the mid-table Azulones

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Peter Crouch's first half goal was enough to earn the Potters a point after James McArthur opened the scoring for the Eagles in a match that is unlikely to live long in the memory

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Kieran Richardson saw red for a tackle on Stephane Sessegnon and that helped the hosts to their first win in six with a goal from local lad Craig Gardner

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The Blues were made to work hard for three points that keep them three points clear at the top as they struggled to find fluency in midfield with Cesc Fabregas absent

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Sean Dyche's men moved out of the bottom three with a valuable win at Turf Moor thanks to Ashley Barnes's late goal, with Dusan Tadic missing a penalty for the visitors

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A solitary goal from on-loan midfielder Frank Lampard was enough for the reigning Premier League champions to maintain their excellent recent run of form at the King Power Stadium

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A solitary goal from ex-Dortmund striker Julian Schieber was just enough for the home side, who defended resiliently in the second half to take a much-needed three points