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Monday, 8 February 2016

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The Chelsea and France defender will miss the rest of the season and Euro 2016 after damaging knee ligaments in the 1-1 draw with Manchester United
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The attacking midfielder was delighted by the ovation he received from his former team's supporters after being substituted late on in Manchester United's 1-1 draw
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A stunning victory away to Manchester City saw the Foxes go five points clear at the top of the table, while second-placed Tottenham found an unlikely hero against Watford
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Diego Costa's injury-time equaliser denied Manchester United a win on Sunday,leaving the midfielder annoyed at their inability to see the game out
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The Dutch coach was relieved to see his side snatch a point against Louis van Gaal's men but insists his side need to start winning games after another draw

Sunday, 7 February 2016

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The Frenchman suffered what appeared to be a serious knee injury and had to be stretchered off at Stamford Bridge and will undergo medical examinations on Monday
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The captain says he made it very clear to the club he wants to stay at Stamford Bridge after this season but admits there has been no dialogue about a potential new deal
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The Blues snatched a late equaliser to draw 1-1 with the Old Trafford side, leaving their goalscorer to admit the nature of the stalemate felt like they had lost instead
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The Dutch coach says his side's inability to see out victory sullied their otherwise strong performance, while he was also disappointed with referee Michael Oliver's decisions
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Arsenal climbed above Manchester City into third following their win over Bournemouth but Man Utd missed the chance to close the gap on fourth after a draw with Chelsea
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The Blues have gone from kings to kingmakers and celebrated holding Louis van Gaal's side at Stamford Bridge like a win, exemplifying just how far they've fallen
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The Manchester United captain laid on Jesse Lingard's goal against Chelsea to continue his fine recent form, but another resurgent striker, Diego Costa, had the last laugh
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The 21-year-old was a late substitute but has angered supporters after giving the ball away late on as Diego Costa grabbed a late equaliser for the reigning champions
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The Red Devils threw away the lead late on against Guus Hiddink's Chelsea as their slim hopes of mounting a late Premier League title challenge suffered a further blow
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The coach has been associated with a move to Stamford Bridge, but the CEO believes that the 48-year-old does not currently have an appetite for change
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Diego Costa's stoppage-time equaliser ensures the Blues remain unbeaten under Guus Hiddink, cancelling out Jesse Lingard's emphatic opener
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The striker, who saw little of the ball elsewhere, rounded David De Gea in the 92nd minute after Jesse Lingard had given the visitors the lead on the hour mark
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The French defender looked to be in a serious amount of pain after hyper-extending his knee following an aerial challenge, and fears have been raised over his long-term fitness
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The Belgian has not yet returned to the starting XI as both teams keep faith in the line-ups from their respective previous matches
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