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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. Uefa to investigate nine clubs over FFP compliance

"European football's governing body has confirmed that a small number of cases will be further examined but declined to mention the clubs concerned, who took part in either the Champions League or Europa League this season."
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9. Costa agrees to Chelsea move

"The Spain international striker's switch was tied up less than 24 hours after he helped eliminate the Blues at the Champions League semi-final stage. Chelsea will pay Atletico Madrid around £35 million."
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8. Roar triumph in dramatic A-League grand final

"Mike Mulvey's men came from behind to force an additional 30 minutes against Western Sydney Wanderers as Henrique struck the winner to seal a third title triumph in four years for Brisbane Roar."
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7. Dortmund bid farewell to Lewandowski with standing ovation

"The Polish striker will join fierce rivals Bayern Munich in the summer, but the fans showed their appreciation with a big round of applause as he left the field in his final Dortmund game."
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6. Juventus crowned Serie A champions

"Antonio Conte's side secured a third straight domestic championship without kicking a ball on Sunday as Catania defeated second-placed Roma 4-1 to leave the eight points clear with two games left."
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5. Five foreign sides in 2014 Singapore Cup

" Holders Home United will start their title defence against Cambodia's Nagacorp FC, who are new entrants along with compatriots Svay Rieng FC and Laotian side SHB Champasak FC in the preliminary round draw conducted on Saturday."
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4. Barcelona and Real rue failure to pounce on Atletico slip

"Leaders Atletico Madrid slipped up with a shock 2-0 loss to Levante, but Barcelona and Real Madrid both failed to take advantage as they themselves drew 2-2 against Getafe and Valencia each. This means Diego Simeone's men have their fate in their own hands still with two games left."
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3. Sunderland hand Giggs first Man Utd loss

"Sebastian Larsson's fine first-time finish off Connor Wickham's cross condemned the Red Devils' interim boss to defeat in only his second game in charge, as they suffered their seventh home loss this season to the Black Cats."
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2. Cardiff and Fulham relegated

"The bottom two in the Premier League will be playing Championship football next season. Cardiff's loss to Newcastle and Fulham's defeat at Stoke meant Sunderland's win at Man Utd sent them both down."
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1. City take command of title race

"The blue half of Manchester put themselves in pole position for the Premier League crown as they went top following a 3-2 comeback win over Everton. City just need to win their remaining two games to become champions ahead of Liverpool."
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