Player Ratings

Saturday, April 11, 2015

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The Serie A basement club gave their survival hopes a huge boost by beating the league leaders, who rested key players, thanks to a solitary strike from Jose Mauri

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The Gunners moved within four points of Chelsea at the top of the table courtesy of this win at Turf Moor which was given to them by a solitary Aaron Ramsey strike

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Two from Antoine Griezmann was enough to allow the champions to share the spoils at La Rosaleda, despite Nordin Amrabat causing them all kinds of problems

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Cristiano Ronaldo, Javier Hernandez and Jese provided the goals as Los Blancos cruise to a comfortable victory despite a slew of first-team absentees

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Graziano Pelle ended his goal drought and added to James Ward-Prowse's earlier penalty to secure the victory for Ronald Koeman's side against Steve Bruce's struggling Tigers

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Yannick Bolasie bagged a hat-trick as Alan Pardew's side ran riot in the second half, with Glenn Murray also scoring for the visitors who earned their fourth straight victory

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Jamie Vardy scored an injury-time winner as the bottom-of-the-table came from behind three times to severely boost their chances of avoiding relegation this season

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A late equaliser from Marko Arnautovic was the least the visitors deserved after a fine performance against a lacklustre Hammers side, who led through Aaron Cresswell's free-kick

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A brace from Robert Lewandowski was enough to allow Bayern to maintain their momentum at the top of the Bundesliga table, with the Pole striker on song

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BVB fell to their second consecutive Bundesliga defeat after a brilliant counterattacking display from the Foals, who also defended in a well-organised manner

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The Toffees were denied a fourth consecutive victory by Jonjo Shelvey's second-half penalty, which cancelled out Aaron Lennon's opener, after a handball from Seamus Coleman

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

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Les Parisiens' hopes of completing an unprecedented domestic treble moved a step closer to fruition as Zlatan Ibrahimovic's hat-trick saw off Saint-Etienne at the Parc des Princes

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Carlo Ancelotti's men were made to work hard but came away with three much-needed points thanks to second-half goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and James Rodriguez

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A clinical five-for-five in the penalty shootout saw die Roten through to the semi-finals after a lacklustre performance put their chance of the treble in hot water

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Philippe Coutinho settled the contest but an excellent display from Simon Mignolet also contributed to the Reds' victory as they head for the FA Cup semi-finals

Tuesday, April 7, 2015