Sunday, August 31, 2014

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The Sweden star returned to action in style as the champions thrashed Saint-Etienne on Sunday, while head coach Laurent Blanc reserved his praise for Javier Pastore

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The goalkeeper was left aghast at the way his side capitulated against Real Sociedad and admits the international break will provide some welcome relief.

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The 21-year-old Netherlands international has arrived in Italy to complete what is understood to be a season-long loan deal with the Rossoneri, reuniting with Fernando Torres.

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The Italy international has agreed a three-year deal with the Liga champion after Torino accepted an offer believed to be worth 16 million euros.

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The Hammers retain an interest in the Manchester City right back and are optimistic that they can secure a deadline day loan agreement to bring him to Upton Park.

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The Argentine star played the full 90 minutes of Barcelona's 1-0 victory but has emerged from the match with fitness concerns, as has teammate Munir.

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The Red Devils are set to press ahead with a swoop for the Netherlands international midfielder, after Arturo Vidal committed his future to Juventus.

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The striker returned from injury in sensational style as his treble, along with a strike from Edinson Cavani and an own goal, saw the champion romp to victory.

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The defender sarcastically applauded the referee in the dying minutes of the game, bringing his Serie A debut to an ignominious end

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The Atletico Madrid defender looked set for a switch to Newcastle or Sunderland but the Saints have moved ahead of the North-East pair as deadline day approaches.

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Lionel Messi & Co escaped from El Madrigal with a narrow victory to preserve their 100 percent start to the La Liga season thanks to a dramatic debut goal for Sandro.

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Goals from Keisuke Honda, Sulley Muntari and Jeremy Menez gave the Rossoneri a comfortable victory at San Siro, with Alex's own goal a mere consolation for the visitors

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Raheem Sterling gave the Reds the lead after just eight minutes before Steven Gerrard scored a penalty in the opening stages of the second half to put the game beyond Spurs.

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The summer signing notched his second goal, and first in the Premier League, but the newly promoted outfit held on to secure a valuable point against the Gunners.