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Sunday, 30 March 2014

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Goals from substitutes Kevin Mirallas and Steven Naismith, plus a David Stockdale own goal, gave the away side victory, despite Ashkan Dejagah's stunning second-half strike

Saturday, 29 March 2014

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After an unconvincing first half, los Blancos sauntered to a comfortable victory as an impressive second period ensured they keep pace with their rivals for the Liga title

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Kaka was the star of the show on his 300th Rossoneri appearance as his superb double inspired Clarence Seedorf's side to back-to-back victories, boosting their slim European hopes

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The visitors missed the chance to move to the top of the Premier League table as Mathieu Flamini cancelled out David Silva's first-half opener to rescue a point for the Gunners

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A Lionel Messi penalty proved to be the difference as the Blaugrana narrowly edge their bitter rivals to keep pace at the top of the La Liga table

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Goals from Jonathan De Guzman and Wayne Routledge handed Garry Monk just his second victory as Swans manager as the Welsh side eased their relegation fears with a convincing win

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The Baggies got off to a blistering start with two early goals but conceded their lead not once, but twice, as Cardiff rescued a point with late drama to equalise once more

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Goal takes a look at all those on display at the Allianz Arena as Guardiola's men drop points in the Bundesliga for just the third time this season

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Peter Odemwingie's second-half solo effort gave the home side the points as they make a late surge up the standings, but the misfiring visitors falter in their quest for safety

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A John Terry own goal condemned the Blues to defeat at Selhurst Park after a lacklustre display which deals a massive blow to their Premier League title hopes

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The hosts' England trio were all superb as the Saints put four past Alan Pardew's men but could easily have hit double figures, while Hatem Ben Arfa was the worst of a poor side

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Goal was on hand to see a three-goal comeback from travelling BVB, with a Marco Reus hat-trick wrapping up an important three points to move Die Schwarzgelben into second

Friday, 28 March 2014

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Laurent Blanc's picked up a club-record seventh consecutive league victory as attention now turns to their mouth-watering Champions League quarter-final against Chelsea

Thursday, 27 March 2014

Wednesday, 26 March 2014

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The Rojiblancos played out a narrow win at the Vicente Calderon, with the bullish Diego Costa once again being the difference between victory and defeat

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The Blancos' title aspirations took a dent courtesy of a Carlos Bacca double which brought Unai Emery's men from behind for a club-record sixth straight Liga win

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Antonio Conte's side take another significant step towards a third successive Scudetto as Carlos Tevez's double ends the Crociati's 17-game unbeaten league run

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Clarence Seedorf's men picked up a confidence boosting victory over the Viola with Mario Balotelli turning in a top performance