Saturday, October 25, 2014

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The Chilean scored both goals as Arsenal recorded a 2-0 win over Sunderland on Saturday in a game which saw Theo Walcott return to the matchday squad

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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

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COMMENT: The Uruguay striker looked off the pace for much of the Clasico loss to Madrid and still lacks fitness after serving a four-month biting ban

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The Italian was delighted with his team's all-round display against Barcelona but admitted his centre forward was enjoying a great run of form

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The Spain international feels Carlo Ancelotti's men were in control throughout the match and hailed their complete performance in Saturday's Clasico

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Saturday saw another absorbing Clasico encounter but what records were set by the players of Real Madrid and Barcelona?

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The striker is yet to score in the Premier League since joining with AC Milan during the summer, and missed two more glorious opportunities during Saturday's 0-0 draw

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Fresh from a Champions League humiliation, Rudi Garcia's men go in search of a result to put pressure on leaders Juventus

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The Brazilian struck twice to ensure leaders Marseille remain within their sights at the top of Ligue 1 and continue the club's unbeaten start to the campaign

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A first Premier League goal from Saido Mane earned Ronald Koeman's side victory against the Potters, climbing to second in the league and three points off the league leaders

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Swansea boss Garry Monk was left livid after last Sunday's defeat to Stoke, with the newly-promoted Foxes the visitors to the Liberty Stadium in Saturday's late kick off

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Mile Jedinak thought he had given the visitors all three points with a first-half penalty but Victor Anichebe's half-time introduction sparked a spirited Baggies comeback

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The 22-year-old, who replaced Shane Long in the starting eleven, scored his first league goal in victory against the Potters as they continued their fine form

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Two first-half goals from the visitors had given Palace a comfortable lead but a Victor Anichebe goal and late penalty from Saido Berahino saw them share the spoils

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Brendan Rodgers continued to keep faith with the Italy international but he again failed to find the back of the net as a miserable week for the Merseysiders ended in stalemate