Monday, September 22, 2014

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The Blues legend struck in trademark fashion to earn 10-man Manchester City a deserved point against his former club after Andre Schurrle had given the visitors the lead

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The Italy international took to Twitter to voice his thoughts on Manchester United's 5-3 loss to Leicester City on Sunday and was allegedly subjected to racial slurs on the site

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The Argentina international was dismissed after picking up two yellow cards for fouls on the Brazil-born Spaniard but believes the Chelsea striker should have been sent off too

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The Manchester City manager hit out at the Blues' tactics after their 1-1 draw at the Etihad Stadium but the Portuguese refused to be drawn into a war of words

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Errors from Tim Howard and Leon Osman allowed Neil Warnock's side to secure their first win of the season, but the Toffees boss is not concerned about his team's defensive record

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The Baggies moved out of the relegation zone thanks to their first win of the season and first victory at White Hart Lane in the league since 1984

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The Foxes fought back from 3-1 down to beat Louis van Gaal's side 5-3 in an amazing game on Sunday and the 51-year-old was effusive in his praise of his players afterwards

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The 36-year-old's first goal for Manchester City, which came in the 85th minute against his former club, salvaged a point for the Premier League champions in Sunday's title clash

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For the second consecutive Premier League meeting between the two sides at Goodison Park, the London side have emerged victorious after produced a battling display

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The Blues legend volleyed in James Milner's cross to pull the Premier League champions level after Andre Schurrle had broken the deadlock and Pablo Zabaleta had seen red

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Pablo Zabaleta was sent off and Andre Schurrle struck for the Blues before Frank Lampard fired home a dramatic late equaliser against his former team

Sunday, September 21, 2014

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The Argentine feels his team were perfectly prepared to beat West Brom but blamed a "very slow" tempo and start to the game as a factor in their shock 1-0 defeat

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The Liverpool striker, who played a key role in Manchester City's 6-1 win at Old Trafford three years ago, revelled in the Red Devils' second-half collapse on Twitter

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The Red Devils twice led by two goals against Leicester City but conceded four second-half goals as Nigel Pearson's men roared back to claim a famous win

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Louis van Gaal's side were 3-1 up and cruising with only a half hour to go but the Foxes fought back to win one of this season's most memorable games

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The Red Devils led at the interval but imploded in the second half against Nigel Pearson's men, who came back from two goals down to claim a famous win

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A second0half goal from James Morrison sealed all three points for the Baggies as Alan Irvine claimed his first Premier League win, with Joleon Lescott the star performer

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Despite dominating possession, the hosts managed just one shot on target as they fell to defeat against a hard-working Baggies side to move off the bottom of the table