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"It's incredible just to be in front of the trophy. Something I wanted to hold I already have hold so it does not matter to me."
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Player Ratings: Barcelona 2-1 Athletic
Goal took in the action at Camp Nou, where a two minute second half turnaround led the Catalans to a narrow win over the Basques, and maintained their title hopes
Player Ratings: Everton 2-0 Manchester United
Goals from Leighton Baines and Kevin Mirallas secured the hosts' first league double over the champions in over four decades on what was a miserable day for David Moyes's side
Player Ratings: Hull City 0-3 Arsenal
The FA Cup dress rehearsal went the way of the Gunners, who also strengthened their grip on fourth place thanks in part to a brilliant display from Aaron Ramsey
Player Ratings: Norwich 2-3 Liverpool
A double from Raheem Sterling leads the Reds to a huge victory as they move five points clear at the top of the Premier League table with just three games left to play
Messi-Neymar & failed partnerships
Inspired by the failure of Barcelona's star pairing to ignite together this season, Goal looks back at a list of high profile misfiring duos