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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. Geylang stage superb comeback against Hougang

"The Eagles were 2-0 down after 80 minutes but then remarkably struck thrice to topple the 10-man Cheetahs, with Leonel Felice heading in a last-gasp winner. Drama, goals and a fightback; a perfect advertisement for the S.League."
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9. United plan final Evra talks

"The Manchester United left-back, whose current deal expires in the summer, is being lined up by the likes of Inter and Monaco but David Moyes is keen for the France international to stay put."
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8. Clubs commemorate Hillsborough anniversary

"With Tuesday marking 25 years since 96 Liverpool fans were killed at Sheffield Wednesday, fixtures across all divisions and the FA Cup kicked off seven minutes later, among other tributes."
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7. Everton go fourth

"Sunderland look increasingly doomed after Wes Brown's own goal condemned them to another home defeat and helped the Toffees overtake Arsenal with five games left to go, as they went two points clear in the race for the Champions League."
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6. 11 Viet players admit to fixing AFC Cup match

"Players of V-League side Vissai Ninh Binh have been found to be involved in fixing the outcome of the away tie against Kelantan FA, which they won 3-2. They have already pulled out of their domestic league following a match-fixing scandal."
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5. Dortmund sweep Bayern aside

"The Bundesliga champions were stunned by the incisive visitors as Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Marco Reus and Jonas Hofmann salvaged some pride for Jurgen Klopp's side, inflicting on Pep Guardiola his heaviest-ever defeat."
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4. Granada stun Barcelona

"Yacine Brahimi gave the hosts a lead they never relinquished to deal the Catalans' title hopes a big blow with five games remaining in La Liga, as Atletico Madrid went clear at the top by four points after a 2-0 win over Getafe. Real Madrid are three behind after thrashing Almeria 4-0.  ."
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3. LionsXII crash to shock loss

"The defending Malaysia Super League champions continued their disappointing home form this season as they went down 1-0 to Sime Darby FC, having beaten them 2-0 away last Saturday. Syukur Saidin's volley just before half-time sealed victory as Fandi expressed his disappointment afterwards. "
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2. Arsenal reach FA Cup final

"The Gunners needed spot-kicks to defeat the Championship side, with Per Mertesacker cancelling out Jordi Gomez's opener to initially send the game to extra-time. Lukasz Fabianski saved twice as his team won 4-2, leaving them a game away from ending a nine-year trophy drought against Hull City."
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1. Liverpool trump City in potential title decider

"The Reds took a huge step towards a first Premier League title with a confident performance at Anfield, though the visitors made them work after equalising from two goals down. Coutinho's winner saw them go seven points clear of third-placed City, who have two games in hand."
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