Thursday, October 2, 2014

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The Italy international has highlighted the attacking midfielder's importance for BVB, while stressing they must do better in Bundesliga after a difficult start

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The former Italy boss watched his Galatasaray side torn to shreds by the Gunners before half-time on Wednesday, but he thinks a lack of aggression was the problem

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The Uruguayan is well regarded by Arsene Wenger, though the Gunners must fight off competition from Manchester United and Liverpool. Follow the latest transfer news with Goal

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The Arsenal manager celebrated his 18th anniversary in charge of the north Londoners in style with a 4-1 win over Galatasaray delivered in large part by the youngster's goals

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The Rojiblancos full-back was tentatively pleased with how they saw off the threat from the Italian champions but stressed the hard Champions League work is far from over

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The Bulgarian's coach was immensely proud at how his team went close to pulling off a shock draw with the reigning European champions, even taking an early lead

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

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The former Manchester United man thanked the Frenchman for playing him as a central striker in his first few weeks in north London, which paid off in a 4-1 win on Wednesday

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The striker emerged from the bench to net the winner for his side against Ludogorets after Cristiano Ronaldo missed one penalty and scored another to tie it up

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The Reds followed up an unconvincing victory over Ludogorets with a 1-0 defeat in Basel and the club captain admits that his side deserved nothing from the Group B game

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COMMENT: The injury-ravaged Gunners brushed aside a pitiful Galatasaray as the pace and thrust of Welbeck, Alexis Sanchez and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain proved too hot to handle

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The coach was happy with how the Colombian destroyed Anderlecht off the bench and the striker himself was delighted with his debut Champions League strikes

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The striker failed to find the back of the net again as Liverpool suffered a defeat to Basel in the Champions League on Wednesday night

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Diego Simeone's outfit get their Champions League campaign up and running as they run out narrow winners over the Italian champions at the Vicente Calderon

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Marco Streller struck the only goal of the game as Brendan Rodgers's side failed to take a host of second-half opportunities in their second Champions League group game

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The Atletico Madrid boss made a winning impact with his changes from the sidelines, while his Juventus counterpart reacted only when it was too late

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The attacker's second half goal was enough to give Diego Simeone's men all thee points against the Serie A champions in a close encounter