Saturday, April 18, 2015

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The coach is elated to see his side edge closer towards a fourth consecutive league title, while they continue to impress in the Champions League

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With the club looking to win five trophies this term, the busy schedule is starting to affect the physical condition of some of their players

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The winger has scored 20 Eredivisie goals this season and has hit four in his last four outings, and this one will rank among his best

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The reigning Liga champions beat Deportivo 2-1 on Saturday and the coach was delighted with his side's performance, despite the narrow win

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The Championship side took the Gunners into extra time in Saturday's FA Cup semi-final, with the top-flight outfit yet again relying on Alexis Sanchez for the match-winning moment

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COMMENT: The former Tottenham pair both went off injured in Real's 3-1 win over Malaga on Saturday and look likely to miss the Champions League clash against Atletico on Wednesday

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COMMENT: The Gunners made it through to the FA Cup final but only courtesy of a disastrous error from Reading goalkeeper Adam Federici who gifted Alexis' winning goal

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The Bianconeri took a huge step towards a fourth-straight Scudetto with goals from Carlos Tevez and Leonardo Bonucci sending them 15 points clear at the Serie A summit

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The Argentine opened the scoring before the defender doubled the lead in the first half to keep them well on track for the league crown

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The Belgian stamped his authority on another crucial game and his run of four goals in six matches has turned three points into nine for Jose Mourinho's title-bound men

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The Ballon d'Or holder reached half a century of goals this term having played 45 games for Real Madrid, despite missing a spot kick earlier in the Liga tie with Malaga

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Goal took in the action at the Bernabeu, where the home side were far from their best, but rode Ronaldo's form to a vital win that keeps them within two points of Barcelona

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The outgoing Dortmund coach originally said he has no intentions of taking a sabbatical but has admitted he would take some time away from the game next season

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The coach was delighted with the way his players bounced back from Champions League defeat to Porto by seeing off Hoffenheim to take them a step closer to the Bundesliga title