Sunday, March 1, 2015

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A hard-working Tottenham side were stifled throughout Sunday's 2-0 League Cup final loss to Chelsea, with the Argentine describing the clash with the Portuguese as an "honour"

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Fifa have announced a delay over any new aids to referees over concerns with the technology, but the 67-year-old feels a pilot scheme would be beneficial to the game

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The Germany international has yet to score a single Serie A goal since joining the Nerazzurri on loan from Arsenal during the winter transfer window

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The Blues secured the first trophy of Jose Mourinho's second spell in charge with a 2-0 win over Spurs at Wembley but their captain says there are more titles to come

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The French striker bounced back from his miserable display against Monaco in midweek by scoring against Everton on Sunday and was praised by his manager afterwards

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Philippe Coutinho's sensational winner saw off the reigning champions at Anfield as Brendan Rodgers's side extended their unbeaten run to 11 league games

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The France international began to make up for his struggles against Monaco by burying the first goal as the north Londoners moved back into third in the Premier League

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Goals from Olivier Giroud and Tomas Rosicky gave the Gunners a relatively comfortable victory over Roberto Martinez's men at the Emirates Stadium, continuing their top-four charge

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The Brazilian ran through the Premier League champions' midfield at will, with Yaya Toure failing to get to grips with him and leaving Vincent Kompany and Eliaquim Mangala exposed

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The midfielder capped a marvellous performance against Manchester City on Sunday with a sensational winning goal, leading his manager to sing his praises

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Philippe Coutinho was instrumental for Liverpool as they recorded a narrow win over City to move them temporarily alongside Arsenal in the chase for Champions League football

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Jordan Henderson and the Brazilian both scored magnificent goals either side of Edin Dzeko's equaliser to move fifth and deal Manuel Pellegrini's side a huge blow in the title race

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COMMENT: The Premier League leaders were hammered on New Year's Day, with the 21-year-old bagging two goals and two assists, and must adapt for the League Cup final

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The Arsenal boss has been criticised for his tactics and team selection, as well as an inability to get the Gunners challenging for the highest honours

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The 19-year-old swept in a header from Guram Kashia in the 34th minute as Vitesse came from behind to record a fifth consecutive victory in the Eredivisie

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The 52-year-old insists he would have never considered a move to White Hart Lane but says he is keen to stay in English football for the remainder of his career