Europe

Sunday, May 1, 2016

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Miroslav Klose and Antonio Candreva scored for the Biancocelesti, while Jeison Murillo saw red for the Nerazzurri, whose Champions League hopes are dashed in the Italian capital.

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Miroslav Klose and Antonio Candreva gave Lazio a 2-0 win over Inter, which ends Roberto Mancini's hopes of securing a Champions League spot.

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Ronald Koeman has warned Graziano Pelle he must do more if he is to force his way back into the Southampton first team.

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Juventus director Beppe Marotta insists striker Alvaro Morata would rather stay with the Serie A champion than return to Real Madrid.

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Manchester City's defending was disappointing in its 4-2 Premier League defeat at Southampton on Sunday, manager Manuel Pellegrini said.

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The Blues, despite the shambolic display at Southampton and the many like it this season, could yet qualify for the Champions League final. Even so, the squad needs repair.

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Leicester City failed to seal the title at Old Trafford, but Kasper Schmeichel is hopeful Spurs will slip up at Chelsea on Monday.

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Video referees should be introduced in football, Louis van Gaal said after Manchester United drew 1-1 with Leicester City on Sunday.

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Cristian Brocchi was impressed as AC Milan battled back to draw with Frosinone, and believes a European spot is still within reach.

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Sporting remains in the hunt for the Portuguese title after the experienced shotstopper made a blunder off a shot from Bruno Cesar in Saturday's high-profile clash.

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Marouane Fellaini reacted understandably when he elbowed Robert Huth in Manchester United's game with Leicester City, said Louis van Gaal.

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Anthony Martial's first-half goal helped Louis van Gaal's side halt the Foxes' championship charge but anything but a win for Spurs on Monday and it's over, writes Peter Staunton.

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The Italian giant was assured of the Scudetto on Monday thanks to a defeat for closest rival Napoli, but there was no sign of a hangover as the club eased to victory.

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Wes Morgan put in a fine defensive display for Leicester and headed the equalizer at Manchester United to move his side closer to the title.

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Manchester United's 1-1 draw at home to Leicester City was disappointing and damages the club's top-four ambitions, Wayne Rooney accepted.

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Manuel Pellegrini's men can take a big step towards securing a top-four finish if they can overcome Southampton at St Mary's - follow the action LIVE!

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Claudio Ranieri's men failed to win the Premier League on Sunday as they could only play out a stalemate at Old Trafford, Wes Morgan cancelling out Anthony Martial's strike.