Sunday, April 26, 2015

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The Blues are now six points away from Premier League glory after a match full of controversial refereeing calls, with the Portuguese's record against Arsene Wenger intact

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Both teams were denied penalty appeals as the Blues shut out Arsene Wenger's men to move a point closer to the Premier League title on Cesc Fabregas's return to north London

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The forward was replaced by Robin van Persie in the closing stages of Sunday's shock loss at Everton and boss Louis van Gaal admitted the severity of the problem is not yet known

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The 28-year-old shot-stopper feels the Portuguese, who averages over a goal a game for Real Madrid, must be regarded as one of the greatest forwards ever

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COMMENT: The Turin derby finally went the way of the Granata, but they were fully deserving of three points on the day Juve had hoped to win the title

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The on-loan Southampton defender says that while he damaged his shoulder during the defeat by Stoke City, he was determined to take to the field to face Spurs

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The Granata came from behind for their first Derby della Mole victory in 20 years, forcing local rivals the Bianconeri to wait to be crowned as Serie A champions

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Andrea Pirlo opened the scoring with a free kick but Matteo Darmian and Fabio Quagliarella ensured that the Bianconeri will have to wait another week to clinch the Serie A title

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The Gunners can close the gap to the Blues to seven points by defeating Jose Mourinho's men at the Emirates but Arsene Wenger has never registered a win over the Portuguese

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The Red Devils' defence could not cope with the hosts' threat on the break as, despite enjoying most of the possession, they were taken apart by Roberto Martinez's men

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Goals from James McCarthy, John Stones and Kevin Mirallas condemned Louis van Gaal's side to a second successive Premier League defeat despite having most of the ball

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Winning their game in hand would still leave the Reds six points behind fourth-placed Manchester City but the Northern Irishman says that they will fight right to the end

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The Bianconeri can take another big step towards a fourth successive Scudetto when they take on their city rivals at the Stadio Olimpico on Sunday

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The Argentine admits another campaign in the Europa League is not what he wants and is thus calling on Daniel Levy to sanction signings to fire the club back into the top four

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The Red Devils can move into second place in the Premier League temporarily when they travel to Goodison Park. Follow it LIVE! on Goal

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The defender is finally available to make his first Blaugrana appearance after battling a thigh problem since his summer transfer