Saturday, 31 January 2015

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The Brazilian has shined in his second season at Camp Nou, but faces an almost impossible challenge in matching the feats of his team-mate, according to his coach

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Goal took in the action at Estadio de Bata, where a shambolic refereeing display saw the hosts gifted a late penalty to send the tie into extra time, where they scored to win it

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Goals from Massimo Maccarone and Maicon cancelled each other out at Stadio Olimpico, with both sides reduced to ten men in a hard-fought and competitive Serie A evening affair

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The coach has offered his support to the winger after he spurned two golden chances against his Real Sociedad side and was subsequently jeered by his own supporters

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Two players were sent off in the first half - Kostas Manolas for the hosts and Riccardo Saponara for the visitors - as the Giallorossi dropped points again

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The Rossoneri say that their proposed new ground will be one of the world's most "innovative" and are targeting a move to the premises within the next three years

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The Juventus coach played down the Chile international being upset at a recent substitution, insisting that reports of a fight between the two have been exaggerated

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Neither side could break the deadlock which means Jurgen Klopp's men kick off 2015 by dropping to the foot of the Bundesliga

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Goal took in the action at the Ipurua Municipal Stadium, where the visitors did the damage in the first half with three goals before half an hour to keep things tight at the top

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Six second-half goals made for a thrilling contest in Bata, with Dieumerci Mbokani bagging two goals and using his physical presence to be a real nuisance throughout the match

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Ferebory Dore and Thievy Bifouma opened up a two goal lead for Congo, but four second half goals saw the result turned around

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Goal took in the action at the Bernabeu, where the home side put on a consummate attacking display to re-open a four-point lead at the top of the table

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An early goal for David Moyes' men saw the world champions go behind but James Rodriguez, Sergio Ramos and the French striker turned it around easily

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The Ivorian has revealed his admiration for the club captain, as well as praising the Giallorossi's exciting brand of attacking football under manager Rudi Garcia

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PSG, Manchester United and Chelsea have all been linked with a move for the Frenchman but the Juventus midfielder is learning Spanish

Friday, 30 January 2015

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Two brilliant first-half goals from the forward were followed by strikes from the former Chelsea midfielder, with Juan Bernat's goal scant consolation

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The midfielder, 35, is adamant that the Argentine's training ground fallout with the Camp Nou coach will not affect the Catalans this season and played up Neymar's importance