Sunday, May 3, 2015

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Laurent Blanc told his players to keep their focus after Sunday's 2-0 win at Nantes restored their three-point lead at the Ligue 1 summit.

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Goals from Edinson Cavani and Blaise Matuidi were enough to send Les Parisiens back to the top of Ligue 1, with Nicolas Douchez making a few good saves as deputy goalkeeper.

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Paris Saint-Germain restored its three-point lead at the Ligue 1 summit by beating Nantes 2-0, Edinson Cavani scoring yet again.

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Goal took in the action at San Paolo, where the home side waited until the final 20 minutes to unleash its fury, scoring thrice in six minutes to put the Rossoneri under.

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Three goals in six minutes condemned Milan to a third successive defeat as Napoli recorded what was eventually a comfortable 3-0 Serie A win

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Mauricio Pochettino said Joe Hart was the difference in Manchester City's victory over Tottenham and hailed the "brilliant" Sergio Aguero.

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The Portuguese has answered the questions raised during his spell at Real Madrid by building the best team in England within two seasons at Stamford Bridge, says Liam Twomey.

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On a day of celebration for Chelsea, Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew felt his side was on the wrong end of two penalty decisions.

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After boxing's biggest bout proved to be something of a damp squib, Goal takes a look at some other high-profile showdowns which failed to live up to the hype.

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Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho appeared to aim criticism at Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola after winning the Premier League title.

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A brilliant first-half goal from Sergio Aguero and a string of impressive saves from Joe Hart helped Manuel Pellegrini's men win their first match since losing the title

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After Inter's goalless draw with Chievo on Sunday, Roberto Mancini was left frustrated as a host of chances went begging at San Siro.

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Chelsea striker Didier Drogba was coy on the subject of his future following the London club's Premier League title success.

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The striker remains a doubt for the Champions League clash and the sporting director says the club will not put him in danger for the sake of one match.

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Chelsea is the Premier League champion for the fourth time, but manager Jose Mourinho warned that continued success is not guaranteed.

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The 34-year-old has been an ever-present for Chelsea this year as Jose Mourinho guided the Blues to their fifth top-flight title, thanks to Sunday's victory over Crystal Palace.

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Roberto Mancini's men slumped to a disappointing draw which really accentuated their major flaws, as the Europa League hopefuls had to rely on Samir Handanovic to secure a point.