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Sunday, April 26, 2015

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The Foals left it late but Max Kruse's 90th-minute strike secured an important three points that ensure they will finish in the top four of the Bundesliga this season

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Both teams were denied penalty appeals as the Blues shut out Arsene Wenger's men to move a point closer to the Premier League title on Cesc Fabregas's return to north London

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The Granata came from behind for their first Derby della Mole victory in 20 years, forcing local rivals the Bianconeri to wait to be crowned as Serie A champions

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Goals from James McCarthy, John Stones and Kevin Mirallas condemned Louis van Gaal's side to a second successive Premier League defeat despite having most of the ball

Saturday, April 25, 2015

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Goals from Hernanes and Mauro Icardi were just enough for the hosts in a hard-fought contest, with Radja Nainggolan making things very interesting in the second half in Milan

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The Bavarian giants found it difficult to break down Pal Dardai's side, but a late strike from Bastian Schweinsteiger secured the three points that all but secure the title

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Goal took in the action at Stadio Friuli, where the home side emerged with a deserved three points, as the Rossoneri's European hopes all but evaporated

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A clinical double from Dame N'Doye secured the Tigers a vital win at Selhurst Park, giving Steve Bruce's side a much-needed boost in their bid to avoid Premier League relegation

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John Carver became the first Magpies manager to lose seven games in a row as the Swans returned to winning ways thanks to goals from Nelson Oliveira, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Jack Cork

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Steven Gerrard started for his 500th Premier League appearance for the Reds but a game with little by way of goalmouth action ended in stalemate at the Hawthorns

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Charlie Austin missed a first-half penalty as the Rs had the better of the game at Loftus Road without being able to make the breakthrough against a stubborn Hammers side

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Goals from Aubameyang and Kagawa help Dortmund see off Frankfurt in a 2-0 win at Signal Iduna Park ahead of their German Cup semi-final tie with Bayern Munich on Tuesday.

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Goals from Erik Lamela and Nacer Chadli either side of half-time cancelled out a Graziano Pelle double as two sides battling for Europa League qualification shared the spoils

Thursday, April 23, 2015

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The Italian side secured their place in the Europa League semi-finals thanks to Mario Gomez and Juan Vargas after Jeremain Lens' first-half dismissal for the visitors