Sunday, February 1, 2015

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The Blaugrana need a win to draw back to within a point of Liga leaders Real Madrid, who thrashed Real Sociedad at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday

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Rossoneri coach Pippo Inzaghi is a man under pressure after failing to pick up a single win in January, meaning three points are essential against the league's basement boys

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The Giallorossi have paid €2.5 million to take the striker for the remainder of the 2014-15 season but can acquire the Colombian for an additional €12.5m in the summer

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The striker, who joined from Sampdoria for €13 million during the winter break, netted his first goal for the club in Sunday's 2-1 win at Chievo

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The Netherlands international missed a penalty to seemingly condemn his side to defeat against Willem II, but recovered to score the winner in a dramatic finish

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The Bianconeri failed to take advantage of Roma's surprise draw at home to Empoli, with Carlos Tevez missing the best chance of the game in the dying minutes

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The Argentine was furious when travelling Nerazzurri supporters threw his jersey back at him following Sunday's defeat to Sassuolo

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Mauro Icardi's late goal gave the Nerazzurri a glimmer of hope but Domenico Berardi rolled home a late penalty to seal a dramatic but deserved win for the hosts

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The coach has admitted that the Dutchman will not return in 2014-15, while the capital club have also revealed that Juan Iturbe is also set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines

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The Blues boss believes the league leaders can still be caught, despite only grabbing a draw at Stamford Bridge, as five points separate the sides at the league's summit

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The midfielder claims to have no intention of ditching the French champions, irrespective of his struggles in the past year, and wants to prove himself in Paris

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The Dutchman lauded his gaffer for the way he thinks about football constantly and says the Champions League is undoubtedly Bayern's main aim this season

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The Spaniard hopes beating Crystal Palace will spark life into Everton's season after admitting that his side must "catch up" with rivals in the league and in Europe