Sunday, December 21, 2014

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Martin Skrtel's header deep into stoppage time rescued a point for Liverpool and the former Monaco coach believes the scars of last season's visit to Anfield inhibited his team

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The Nerazzurri won their first league game under Roberto Mancini last week and will be hoping to continue their improvement, but come up against a side who are five places ahead

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The German side currently sit joint bottom of the Bundesliga having suffered a tenth domestic defeat on Saturday, but the sporting director has faith in the coach

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The Germany coach has suggested he could leave his post in the near future, having been in charge of the national team since 2006

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The coach insists the players will not require any extra motivation heading into the Supercoppa Italiana clash with Juventus as their mentality and intensity is enough

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The Gunners made the most of their only two shots on target all game but the hosts, who dominated proceedings for the majority, equalised in the 97th minute with a powerful header

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A bandaged Martin Skrtel's late header salvaged a point for the Merseysiders, who dominated large periods of the match, but had found themselves behind to Olivier Giroud's strike

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The 21-year-old has impressed for Lyon this season, prompting reported interest from Arsene Wenger, and Mohamed Fekir feels the Frenchman's guidance would benefit his son

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The winger struck in the last minute to seal all three points in the Tyne-Wear derby and, having downed the Magpies previously, is reveling in his record

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The striker scored his second goal for his new club on his second start, and his team-mate hopes the Colombian will kick on after overcoming niggling injury concerns

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Both teams are hoping to close the gap on the European places in the Premier League in a game which finished 5-1 in favour of the hosts last season

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Both sides saw chances go begging during a frustrating clash at St James' Park, with Steven Taylor suffering a facial injury after colliding with the post in the second half

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A late strike from Adam Johnson gave the Black Cats a fourth win on the bounce against their local rivals for the first time in their history for a dramatic end to a dour derby

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Capitalising on Paris Saint-Germain's draw on Saturday, the home side were able to open up a three point gap heading into the new year