Wednesday, November 26, 2014

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Marco Silva's side head into their final group stage clash in second place in Group G thanks to goals from Carlos Mane, Nani and Islam Slimani

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Just three days after making La Liga history with a hat-trick, lightning strikes twice as Lionel Messi nets three to become the Champions League's leading scorer outright

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An Edinson Cavani double and a masterful finish from Zlatan Ibrahimovic ensured three points for Les Parisiens, keeping them in top spot in Group F with one match to play

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Jose Mourinho's men ensured their place as winners of Champions League Group G with an emphatic victory over club hero Roberto Di Matteo's side in Gelsenkirchen

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A Sergio Aguero hat-trick means that Manuel Pellegrini's men are now strong favourites to qualify as the Germans coughed up three goals as well as a red card at the Etihad Stadium

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Goal took in the action in Russia, where Roma were denied a place in the knockout stages by a late goal, sending Group E into the last day with one qualification place up for grabs

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The Portuguese side were forced to work hard, but goals from Hector Herrera, Jackson Martinez and Cristian Tello secured all three points and eliminated the hosts

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

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A brilliant goal from Nathaniel Clyne with little under 10 minutes to play denied Paul Lambert's side the opportunity to win their first league game in over two months

Monday, November 24, 2014

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Christian Eriksen played a major part in Spurs' equaliser before scoring a late winner as Mauricio Pochettino's team completed another smash-and-grab against 10 men on the road

Sunday, November 23, 2014

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Goal took in the action at Camp Nou, where Lionel Messi's record-breaking hat trick sent the hosts to victory and to within two points of the top of the table

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An own goal from Kieran Gibbs and a Wayne Rooney strike secured the Red Devils' first away win under Louis van Gaal in north London despite Olivier Giroud's excellent late finish

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The hosts extend their league unbeaten streak at the Vicente Calderon to 26 games and, in the process, end the Albicelestes five match winning run

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Danny Ings scored twice inside the opening 15 minutes to give the Clarets a platform which the hosts could not equal, despite boasting over 70 per cent possession

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The visitors endured a largely torrid afternoon following Claudio Yacob's dismissal, though only Diego Costa and Eden Hazard managed to beat an inspired Ben Foster