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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. World Cup stadium accident leaves worker dead

"The latest incident at Arena Amazonia saw a 55-year-old hospitalised after a piece of the ground fell from a crane, leaving the man to subsequently die from his injuries."
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9. Home United launch football academy

"Protectors captain Noh Rahman says the spanking new facility will give youths every chance of making it as a professional. The new ground will be home to over 170 youngsters, who will have two full-sized fields and 10 futsal pitches to train on."
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8. Bayern go 45 games unbeaten in Bundesliga

"Philipp Lahm hit his first goal in 95 games after Mario Mandzukic had secured an earlier lead as Pep Guardiola's imperious side reached the feat in the German top-flight by seeing off FC Nurnberg 2-0."
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7. Liverpool fan stabbed to death in Kenya

"Arsenal fan David Mwangi, a boda boda (motorcycle taxi) operator, stabbed 25 year-old Liverpool supporter Anthony Mutethia on the chest after a disagreement following the Gunners' 5-1 loss."
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6. Barcelona move top of La Liga

"Lionel Messi's brace inspired the Catalans to a 4-1 victory over Sevilla as they reclaimed the summit after Atletico Madrid's shock 2-0 loss to Almeria. Real Madrid are behind in second on goal difference, having beaten Villareal 4-2 a day earlier."
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5. Inter confirm interest in Vidic

"The veteran Serbian defender is set to leave Manchester United on a free transfer in the summer and Nerazzurri director Piero Ausilio admits that the 32-year-old is a 'great opportunity'."
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4. Lack of killer instinct costs LionsXII in goal-less affair

"LionsXII coach Fandi Ahmad bemoaned his team's failure to put away their chances as the defending Malaysia Super League champions were frustrated at home in a 0-0 draw against Terengganu FA."
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3. Fulham deny Manchester United comeback at the death

"Cross after cross rained in from the Red Devils as they chalked up the most number of crosses by any Premier League team in a single game this season against Fulham. Trailing to a
Steve Sidwell goal, they looked to have won it after Robin van Persie and Michael Carrick struck, only to have Darren Bent deny them with a last-gasp equaliser. More woe for David Moyes after the 2-2 draw at Old Trafford against the bottom side."
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2. Hazard hat-trick downs Newcastle as Chelsea go top

"Jose Mourinho hailed the Belgian forward, who was in scintillating form as he netted his first treble in English football in the Blues' 3-0 victory over the Magpies, taking advantage of slips by Arsenal and Manchester City to put his side first."
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1. Rampant Liverpool humiliate Arsenal in 5-1 rout

"A thrilled Brendan Rodgers watched on at Anfield as the Reds scored four goals within the first 20 minutes to stun the Gunners and move themselves to within five points of the leaders in the Premier League title race."
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