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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. Luis Aragones passes away

"The former Spain coach, who led the side to Euro 2008 glory, passed away early on Saturday morning after a battle with serious illness."
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9. Barcelona go down at home in shock loss to Valencia

"Lionel Messi scored his first league goal for the Catalans since September, but los Che stole the headlines with an incredible 3-2 victory to throw the La Liga title race wide open."
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8. Atletico Madrid go top of La Liga in style

"David Villa, Diego Costa, Miranda and January signing Diego all get on the score-sheet as Los Rojiblancos thump Real Sociedad 4-0 to take advantage of Barcelona's defeat to Valencia to go three points clear at the top of the table."
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7. Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers upbeat despite no new signings

"Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk attacker Yevhen Konoplyanka was close to making a move to the Reds after lengthy negotiations on Friday but the two clubs failed to agree financial terms in time, leaving the Premier League side without any new arrivals in January."
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6. Sunderland sweep aside Newcastle in Tyne-Wear derby

"The Magpies, without PSG new-boy Yohan Cabaye, were outclassed 3-0 as the Black Cats posted three consecutive wins over the Toon for the first tine since 1923."
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5. Schalke blocked Draxler's Arsenal move

"The German club's general manager Horst Heldt had claimed he had not held negotiations with the Gunners but now admits an offer was made for the 20-year-old midfielder. Arsene Wenger is expected to make another move for Draxler in the summer."
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4. T-Team leave stadium at half-time after altercation with JDT

"An altercation between players and officials following the half-time whistle saw T-Team refuse to come out of their dressing room for the second half, as they accused JDT of assaulting a player and coach. T-Team coach Azraai Khor (left) said his team will lodge a police report, while the hosts have denied the allegations."
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3. Tampines Rovers fall at first hurdle of ACL play-offs

"The S.League champions failed in their bid to make the 2014 tournament after going down 2-1 to South China in the first round of qualifying at home."
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2. Manchester United sink to eighth league defeat

"David Moyes's woes continued as he saw his team go down to a disappointing away defeat despite fielding the trio of Juan Mata, Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie from the start."
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1. LionsXII lose unbeaten home record against Pahang

"The reigning Malaysia Super League champions were dumped out of the FA Cup after losing at Jalan Besar Stadium for the first time in 18 months."
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