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Saturday, December 3, 2016

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Alex Sandro, Daniele Rugani and Mario Mandzukic all hit the back of the net for the Old Lady as they returned to winning ways to extend their lead at the top of the Serie A table

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The Gunners boss was quick to praise his Chilean forward after he stole the show in a 5-1 mauling of West Ham, calling him a 'winner' and a 'fighter'

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Saturday's 1-1 draw between Barcelona and Real Madrid had sports stars out in force on social media, with Real Madrid figures of past and present among them

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The Real Madrid midfielder was delighted to see his side hit back against Barcelona at Camp Nou to snatch a point courtesy of Sergio Ramos' late header

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The Potters boss was delighted to see his goalscorers against Burnley take their opportunity to shine in the first team on a Premier League stage

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The Eagles boss is looking for a 3-0 victory over the Saints on Saturday to be a springboard for his side after six straight Premier League defeats

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The 29-year-old is enjoying himself more at Manchester United now that the Portuguese is in charge, stating that his predecessor was "strict"

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The Hornets boss slated the performance of the match officials after seeing his side's chances of beating West Brom hampered by a red card for Roberto Pereyra

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Will the hosts take advantage of Sevilla's loss at Granada by leapfrogging them in the table with a win? Or will the visitors spring a surprise? Follow the LIVE action with Goal!

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The reigning champions suffered a rare defeat last time out and will have their work cut out against opponents who have won seven in a row. Follow the LIVE action with Goal

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Manchester City had two players sent off late on in Saturday's 3-1 win at the Etihad Stadium, but the visitors largely kept their cool in an unsightly melee

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After seeing his side lose at Sunderland on Saturday, the Foxes boss believes that the reigning champions are in a fight for Premier League survival

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The duo ran rampant against Borussia Monchenglandbach with their coach lauding them and saying Saturday's win sent a signal that his side can withstand criticism

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The Uruguay international opened the scoring in Saturday's clash but his side were forced to settle for a point and he admitted they did not take their chances

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The Blues boss has acknowledged that his side were fortunate to beat title rivals Manchester City 3-1 on Saturday after staging an impressive comeback

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The Argentine has gone six games without finding the target in meetings with Real Madrid, having drawn a blank again in Saturday's 1-1 draw