Monday 4 May 2015

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COMMENT: As they watch Jose Mourinho and his men celebrate a first Premier League title in five years, the chasing pack will know the task of overhauling them will be tough

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Goals from Edinson Cavani and Blaise Matuidi were enough to send Les Parisiens back to the top of Ligue 1, with Nicolas Douchez making a few good saves as deputy goalkeeper

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Goal took in the action at San Paolo, where the home side waited until the final 20 minutes to unleash their fury, scoring thrice in six minutes to put the Rossoneri under

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The Portuguese has answered the questions raised during his ill-fated spell at Real Madrid by building the best team in England within two seasons at Stamford Bridge

Sunday 3 May 2015

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A brilliant first-half goal from Sergio Aguero and a string of impressive saves from Joe Hart helped Manuel Pellegrini's men win their first match since losing the title

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Chelsea's joyous celebrations in the stands and on the pitch revealed how important this triumph was for a club which had gone five years without the league title

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A stoppage-time strike from the tireless Alessandro Florenzi wrapped up an important three points, with Seydou Doumbia having scored a clever first

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COMMENT: Expectations were at their highest since the Alex Ferguson era after the enthralling victory against Manchester City but three defeats have followed and doubts remain

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COMMENT: Cristiano's superb hat-trick saw Carlo Ancelotti's side stay in the hunt for La Liga, while his return to form is also timely ahead of the trip to Turin on Tuesday

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A fantastic free kick from Hakan Calhanoglu set the home side on their way to a brilliant win over the Bundesliga champions, with substitute Julian Brandt adding a late second

Saturday 2 May 2015

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Goal took in the action at the Luigi Ferraris, where the visitors clinched their fourth straight Scudetto thanks to Arturo Vidal's first-half header

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COMMENT: The Bianconeri collected a fourth straight Scudetto on Saturday and they will keep winning until another club gets things right in both business and sporting aspects

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COMMENT: Luis Enrique's side thrashed Cordoba 8-0 on Saturday in their latest comprehensive win ahead of Pep's return to Camp Nou with Bayern Munich next week

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Goals from Jefferson Montero and Ki were enough to help Swansea towards their highest-ever Premier League finish, as the ten men of Stoke failed to take any of their half chances

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Two penalties from Jordi Gomez secured a huge three points for the Black Cats in their fight for Premier League survival despite a first-half howler from Costel Pantilimon

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A late Steven Gerrard header was enough to wrap up the three points for the Reds against relegation-threatened Rangers, who had Nedum Onuoha sent off for two yellow cards