Saturday, November 22, 2014

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The Frenchman scored twice either side of another goal from Carlos Tevez as the reigning Italian champions cruised to victory - despite the late dismissal of Simone Padoin

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The Argentina international equalled Telmo Zarra's previous tally of 251 goals with a sublime free kick before then adding two more to set a new mark

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With Roma having beaten Atalanta to move level on points with the Bianconeri at the top of Serie A, Massimiliano Allegri's men will be desperate for victory in the Italian capital

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Rudi Garcia's men fell behind to an opener within the first minute on Saturday but came roaring back with two goals before the break to snatch the three points

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The 29-year-old scored twice to write a new piece of history in Spanish football, while goals from James Rodriguez and Karim Benzema completed the scoring

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Luis Enrique will be glad to focus on matters on the pitch following a week in which the future of Lionel Messi was cast into doubt

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The forward has now scored against every single side he has ever faced in the division after finding the back of the net yet again on Saturday evening

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Just three points separate Roma and leaders Juventus, can Rudi Garcia's side move level, at least temporarily, on Saturday evening?

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The league leaders are in free scoring form and will be looking to record a big win over the side who have conceded more than anyone else in the top 11

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The attacking trio all got on the scoresheet as the Bundesliga champions continued their march at the top of Germany's top flight

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The visitors led 2-0 before the winger was withdrawn through injury and then capitulated without his presence on the pitch

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Carlo Ancelotti is reportedly set to install Raphael Varane as his first choice centre-back alongside Sergio Ramos, leaving the Portuguese surplus to requirements

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A number of supporters were refused entry to the stadium and in a mark of solidarity, players from the visiting side opted not to take to the field

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After a dismal start to the campaign, the Magpies are in superb form, winning four and drawing one of their last five league games and face a stuttering QPR

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The visitors are in poor form but will be confident of getting the better of a side who have failed to pick up a point in any of their last four games

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The Toffees are four points behind the visitors, who are unbeaten in their last five games, and will be hopeful of picking up all three points

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Manuel Pellegrini's men will feel they need to take all three points from Saturday's clash as they sit 11 points behind league leaders Chelsea

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Sean Dyche's men will be desperate to build on their recent victory over Hull - their first win in the Premier League this term - when they visit the Brittania