Friday 27 March 2015

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The home side were dismantled at the Stade de France in the second half as the Selecao earned an impressive win on the stage of their 1998 World Cup final defeat

Thursday 26 March 2015

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Goals from Marco Reus and substitute Lukas Podolski spared Die Mannschaft's blushes against the Socceroos, who were explosive on the break through Mathew Leckie and James Troisi

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Nicklas Bendtner scored a hat trick as the Americans surrendered yet another second-half lead, putting Jozy Altidore's strong showing to waste

Monday 23 March 2015

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A free kick from Eder was enough to secure all three points for the home side, while former la Samp man Mauro Icardi missed chance after chance for the wasteful Nerazzuri

Sunday 22 March 2015

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The Blues kept their title charge in full flow thanks to Loic Remy's late strike but they had to work hard at the KC Stadium after surrendering a two-goal lead

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Carlos Tevez's first half strike capped off a fine week for the Bianconeri, though the striker missed the opportunity to add a second after seeing his second half penalty saved

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A masterful double from Juan Mata punished the 10-man hosts, as Steven Gerrard was sent-off seconds after his introduction and Wayne Rooney missed a late penalty

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Goals from Jeremy Menez and Philippe Mexes wrapped up three points for the Rossoneri at San Siro, despite the Rossoblu making things complicated with a goal just after half time

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Diafra Sakho's late goal gave the Hammers all three points over the Black Cats in a scrappy game at Upton Park, with the away side starting Dick Advocaat's reign with a loss

Saturday 21 March 2015

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Two goals from dead-ball situations wrapped up the three points for Atleti, with Fernando Torres and Tiago getting on the scoresheet for an efficient home side

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Harry Kane's hat-trick helps Spurs wrap up a vital three points in their quest for a Champions League place as the Foxes' survival ambitions take a massive blow

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The Eagles earned a hard-fought victory over the Potters at the Britannia Stadium, thanks to a penalty from Glenn Murray and a Wilfried Zaha strike in first-half injury time

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Two first-half goals from Olivier Giroud were enough to give the Gunners all three points despite Moussa Sissoko pulling one back in the second half

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The Premier League champions kept their slim title hopes alive with a comfortable win as Gareth McAuley was sent off in a case of mistaken identity inside the first two minutes