Wednesday, October 29, 2014

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A Giacomo Bonaventura cracker clawed the Rossoneri back into the match after Victor Ibarbo put the home side up as the honours were split at Stadio Sant'Elia

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A 94th minute Luca Antonini finish defeated Juventus at the very death, with heroic goalkeeping from Mattia Perin keeping the Rossoblu in the game long enough to grab a winner

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A 90th minute Mauro Icardi penalty secured a second consecutive 1-0 victory for the Nerazzurri, bringing an end to Sinisa Mihajlovic's side's unbeaten run

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Erik Lamela's second-half introduction was the catalyst for another dominating performance in the cup as Spurs march into the quarter-final, meanwhile the visitors' woes continue

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Goals from Rolando Aarons and Moussa Sissoko sent the holders crashing out of the League Cup as Alan Pardew's men registered their third win on the bounce at the Etihad Stadium

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Goal took in the action at the Imtech Arena, where the visitors raced into an early lead and never looked back, booking their place in the next round of the DFB-Pokal

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Los Blancos suffered a shock when Oscar Munoz cancelled out Raphael Varane's opener, but they went on to begin their Copa del Rey defence with a comfortable victory

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

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Didier Drogba gave the Blues the lead but a late equaliser from Andy Mangan wasn't enough to force extra time as Jermaine Grandison scored an unfortunate own goal

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Jurgen Klopp's troubled side put their wretched league form behind them as they cruised past their second-tier opponents and into the DFB-Pokal third round

Sunday, October 26, 2014

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A solitary Mario Mandzukic goal wrapped up three important away points for the champions in a scrappy and combative Madrid derby against Getafe, who fought until the very end

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The hosts were forced to play much of the game with 10 men following Nicola Leali's dismissal and the Nerazzurri scraped through thanks to Mauro Icardi's subsequent penalty

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Robin van Persie fired in at the death to rescue a point for Louis van Gaal's spirited side after Didier Drogba had made his mark at Old Trafford again with a firm header

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The Bianconeri maintained their unbeaten start to the season thanks to goals from Arutro Vidal and Fernando Llorente either side of half time

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Samuel Eto'o scored twice while Romelu Lukaku also found the net as Roberto Martinez's side climbed into the top half of the Premier League after back-to-back wins

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Alan Pardew's men stunned Spurs by scoring two second-half goals to record their second win of the season, with Sammy Ameobi equalising within seconds of coming on

Saturday, October 25, 2014

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Rudi Garcia's men could not rebound from Wedneday's loss to Bayern, battling it out to earn a hard fought draw against the still undefeated Blucerchiati