Monday, May 4, 2015

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With the competition entering the penultimate phase, every player is of vital importance to their team, but some stars will miss out on the first crucial encounter.

Sunday, May 3, 2015

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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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Rafa Benitez's hosts must win in their bid to close on the Champions League spots, while the visitors are desperate for a morale-boosting result - it's LIVE!

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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.

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A stoppage-time strike from the tireless Alessandro Florenzi wrapped up three points for the Giallorossi, with Seydou Doumbia also building on his first Serie A goal.

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Roberto Mancini's men are three points adrift of Sampdoria in fifth as their late-season charge for a Europa League spot continues - follow the match LIVE!

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It was a tough game for Rudi Garcia's men but they were able to take the three points and boost their chances of a top-two finish.

Saturday, May 2, 2015

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The Thai businessman has announced that he has agreed to a deal in principle to buy a stake in the Rossoneri.

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A fourth consecutive league title was clinched Saturday as Massimiliano Allegri's men defeated Sampdoria at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris.

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Goal took in the action at the Luigi Ferraris, where the visitor clinched its fourth straight Scudetto thanks to Arturo Vidal's first-half header.

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Victory will see the Bianconeri clinch a fourth straight Serie A title - but can the home side put a spanner in the works?

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After the folly of splurging its transfer budget on David Luiz last summer, PSG is hoping to make an altogether more astute move this time around, writes Robin Bairner.