Europe

Saturday, August 29, 2015

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Two second-half penalties helped the Bavarians maintain their perfect start to the Bundesliga season against Roger Schmidt's men

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Tim Howard just couldn't be beaten at White Hart Lane, coming up with several top saves to ensure that Harry Kane's goalless run continues, preventing the hosts from taking a win

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The attacker fired Pep Guardiola's men into the lead midway through the first half and scored again with a penalty, with Arjen Robben netting the third also from the spot

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The north Londoners remain winless after four games of the new Premier League season after being forced to settle for a point at home to Everton on Saturday afternoon

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The Rossoneri will be desperate to kick-start their Serie A campaign after slumping to a 2-0 defeat at Fiorentina last weekend

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The Catalan side are thin in defence heading into a side they failed to beat twice last season. Can the visitors force another upset?

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The Leicester City manager has stated that, although results are important, he is much more concerned with his side's performances and praised their fighting qualities

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The Welshman was left angered by the officials after the Potters paid the price for an ill-tempered opening 45 minutes against Tony Pulis' Baggies side on Saturday

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The Reds had gone into the game brimming with a belief after an unbeaten start to the new Premier League season but their old frailties were brutally exposed by the visitors

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The French coach was disappointed his troops only started playing after they were 1-0 down at Verona and wants a flying start against the champions

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The City boss insisted he had nothing to say on the Belgium international, who arrived in Manchester on Saturday afternoon to complete a medical ahead of his big-money move

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The Anfield boss believes that West Ham's first goal was key in their 3-0 defeat and defended Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutinho following his second-half dismissal

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The Blues boss says he should have made changes during his side's shock defeat to Crystal Palace but feels that, on the whole, his team did not deserve to lose the game

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The Gunners edged past 10-man Newcastle thanks to a Fabricio Coloccini own goal but the same old problems resurfaced, particularly their inability to convert possession into goals

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Lauren Blanc has admitted that he cannot wait to call upon the Argentina international, who he claims has the quality and versatility to "play anywhere"

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The Frenchman suggested Steve McClaren's side adopted defensive tactics, but said that he did not see the challenge that resulted in Aleksandar Mitrovic's red card

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The Arsenal great, who currently sits second on the club's all-time top goalscorers list, believes the Englishman should have been used as a striker earlier in his career

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The Gunners beat 10-man Toon in feisty clash in at St James' Park thanks to a Fabricio Coloccini own goal seven minutes into the second half