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Friday, September 30, 2016

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With Arsene Wenger celebrating his 20th anniversary at Arsenal, and arguably in danger of outstaying his welcome, Goal takes a look at other figures who perhaps should have left...

Thursday, September 29, 2016

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Emmanuel Emenike's first-half goal was all Dick Advocaat's side needed to end the Rotterdam outfit's winning streak and move on top of Group A.

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Goal took in the action at Stadio Olimpico, where Francesco Totti had a hand in all of his team's goals as Roma picked up its first win of Group E.

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Rodrigo Palacio supplied the only cheer of a forgettable evening for the Nerazzurri, as they were soundly beaten in the Czech capital

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Vaclav Kadlec scored twice in the first half, while Mario Holek added a third to hand David Holoubek a win in his first game in charge of the Czech outfit.

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Manchester United host Ukrainian side Zorya while Southampton are in Israel to take on Hapoel Be'er Sheva as the week's European action concludes

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The Argentine and French set-piece masters make the rankings, but who else among the usual suspects joins them? Find out here – a few may surprise...

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The Arsenal winger continued his recent vein of goal-scoring form by netting twice against Basel, while the Barcelona defender scored the winner against Gladbach.

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The 14th edition of the award presented by Tuttosport will see a jury of 30 journalists from across Europe vote for the greatest talent in the world. Goal looks at the 40 candid...

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

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Dries Mertens scored twice as Napoli made it two wins in two in Group B of the UEFA Champions League thanks to a 4-2 victory over Benfica at Stadio San Paolo on Wednesday.

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Italians race into four-goal lead thanks to three goals in seven second-half minutes before Portuguese visitors rally in the closing stages

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In his first exclusive column for Goal, the PSG star reveals his huge desire to win Europe's premier club competition and looks back at his best and worst moment in the competit...

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

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Paulo Dybala scored his first goal of the season to cap a pleasing night for Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri against Dinamo Zagreb.

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The 22-year-old netted his first goal of the season courtesy of a spectacular strike from distance in a facile 4-0 win for the Old Lady in Zagreb.

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The Frenchman was tireless down the left-hand side, offering plenty of options out wide, as well as tracking back to limit Dinamo's chances to counter-attack brilliantly