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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 distribute FFP fines to clubs

"Europe's footballing governing body has confirmed that money raised from any Financial Fair Play sanctions will be redistributed as solidarity payments to other clubs. Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain were penalised recently."
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9. Inter confirm Tom Ince contract offer

"The Italian giants have offered the England Under-21 international midfielder a deal, with his current one at Blackpool set to run out next month."
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8. PSG set new win record

"The French champions notched their 27th Ligue One victory of the season as they swept aside Montpellier at home to round off their campaign in style, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic bringing his tally to 41 goals for the season."
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7. Bayern edge Dortmund to take German Cup

"Arjen Robben broke the deadlock in extra time against their fierce rivals and Thomas Muller ensured victory in added time as Pep Guardiola's team won the domestic double in his first season in charge ."
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6. Tampines salvage last-gasp draw against Home

"Abdil Qaiyyim headed the defending champions into the lead but Kwon Da-kyung and Qiu Li looked to have turned the tie around, only for Mustafic Fahrudin to fire in a dubious spot-kick late on to deny the Protectors, as both teams failed to make up ground on S.League leaders Brunei DPMM."
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5. Juventus break 100-point barrier

"The Bianconeri rounded off their triumphant Serie A season in style by amassing a record 102 points as goals from a Matias Silvestri own goal, Fernando Llorente and Claudio Marchisio sealed an astonishing 33rd win out of 38 games against Cagliari."
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4. LionsXII fall in Terengganu

"Khairul Amri gave the Malaysia Super League champions the lead, but the hosts struck back through Javier Estupinan, who then won a dubious penalty that Zairo Anuar converted for the hosts to inflict a second consecutive loss for Fandi's men."
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3. Peter Lim new owner of Valencia

"The Singapore billionaire completed his takeover of the La Liga side and will have to clear the club's existing debts, whilst also investing in new signings for next season. FAS president Zainudin Nordin is keen to explore a close collaboration between Valencia and Singapore football."
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2. Arsenal lift FA Cup

"The Gunners' nine-year trophy drought was finally ended when Aaron Ramsey capped a fightback from 2-0 down with an extra-time winner against Hull City at Wembley. Manager Arsene Wenger reiterated his intention to stay afterward."
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1. Atletico win La Liga

"They only needed a draw against Barcelona and they did just that, with Diego Godin's header cancelling out Alexis Sanchez's opener as Los Rojiblancos won their first league crown since 1996 to break the Real-Barca duo-poly."
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