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Missed out on football over the weekend? We give you a quick glimpse of the top moments that took the headlines in the world of football


10. Worker seriously injured in Arena Corinthians fall

"The Sao Paulo Fire Department confirmed that a labourer was rushed to hospital after reportedly falling eight metres at the 2014 World Cup venue.Two workers have already died during an accident in November 2013, while deaths have also occured at the Arena da Amazonia in Manaus and the Estadio Nacional Mane Garrincha in Brasilia."
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9. Courtois: It's Chelsea or Atletico

"The Belgian goalkeeper has stated that his immediate future will lie either with current loan side Atletico Madrid or parent club Chelsea, as he dismissed rumours of a move to Real Madrid, although he has yet to speak to Jose Mourinho."
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8. Kaka bags brace in 300th game

"The Brazilian midfielder scored twice as he captained Milan to a 3-0 win against Chievo in his landmark game for the club and afterwards denied that there were any schisms in the dressing room. Club CEO Adriano Galliani had stated before the game that Kaka could leave in the summer, while the player himself admitted interest in a move to the MLS."
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7. Eight-man Balestier hold Warriors

"In an incredible game of football in the S.League at the Jalan Besar Stadium, nine yellows and three red cards were dished out as the Tigers salvaged a 2-2 draw thanks to skipper Paul Cunningham's 84th-minute curler. It was no wonder coach Marko Kraljevic leapt onto the pitch to celebrate in delight."
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6. Atletico stay top, Real rout Rayo

"La Liga leaders Atletico maintained their one-point lead over Barcelona with a come-from-behind 2-1 win at Athletic Bilbao, Koke scoring the winner after Diego Costa cancelled out Iker Muniain's opener. The Catalans edged Espanyol 1-0 thanks to Lionel Messi's penalty, while third-placed Real swept aside Rayo Vallecano in a 5-0 thrashing."
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5. Man Utd recover to thump Villa

"There was a brief reprieve for David Moyes as his Red Devils side bounced back from Ashley Westwood's free-kick opener to sweep to a 4-1 win at Old Trafford. Things didn't start well, with a fly-by banner protest, but a brace from Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez's goal sandwiched Juan Mata's first-ever goal for the club for a happy ending against the Villans."
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4. Wasteful LionsXII held at home

"The Malaysia Super League champions squandered a host of opportunities to add to their tally after taking the lead through Safuwan Baharudin's first-half grounder. The LionsXII's profligacy came back to haunt them when Nelson San Martin flighted a free-kick into the top corner as T-Team FC held on for a 1-1 draw at Jalan Besar."
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3. Palace stun Chelsea

"The Blues were expected to cruise against the hosts, who were languishing in the relegation zone. But an own goal from John Terry in the second half, coupled with some outstanding saves from goalkeeper Julian Speroni, saw the leaders fall to a shock loss and hand the initiative to Manchester City in the Premier League title race."
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2. City stumble at Arsenal

"Manuel Pellegrini's men blew the chance to go level on points with leaders Chelsea as they failed to build on David Silva's first-half goal, with Mathieu Flamini sidefooting home an equaliser after the break. However, City still have two games in hand, while the Gunners' title hopes are surely over."
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1. Liverpool thrash Spurs, go top

"Tim Sherwood's men went to Anfield looking to dent the Reds' title push. Younes Kaboul's own goal after 100 seconds ensured it never happened. Luis Suarez, Coutinho and Jordan Henderson got in on the act and the 4-0 rout sent Brendan Rodgers' men to the summit of the Premier League."
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