England

Sunday, September 21, 2014

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The Italy international expressed his thoughts on Manchester United's 5-3 loss to Leicester City online and was allegedly subjected to racial slurs

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The Premier League champions went behind after Andre Schurrle's strike but were rescued by Frank Lampard, who netted against his former club to seal a point

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The former Blues star rescued a point against the side he served for 13 years but the champions are still failing to hit the heights they reached last season

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The Foxes fought back from 3-1 down to beat Louis van Gaal's side 5-3 in an amazing game on Sunday and the 51-year-old was effusive in his praise of his players afterwards

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The 36-year-old came on as a substitute to net his first goal for Manchester City - against his former club - to salvage a point for the Premier League champions

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The Argentine feels his team were perfectly prepared to beat West Brom but blamed a "very slow" tempo and start to the game as a factor in their shock 1-0 defeat

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For the second consecutive Premier League meeting between the two sides at Goodison Park, the London side have emerged victorious after produced a battling display

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The Blues legend volleyed in James Milner's cross to pull the Premier League champions level after Andre Schurrle had broken the deadlock and Pablo Zabaleta had seen red

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The Eagles came from behind to register their first win of the season, with Yannick Bolasie again proving a thorn in the side of Roberto Martinez's team

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Pablo Zabaleta was sent off and Andre Schurrle struck for the Blues before Frank Lampard fired home a dramatic late equaliser against his former team

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The Liverpool striker, who played a key role in Manchester City's 6-1 win at Old Trafford three years ago, revelled in the Red Devils' second-half collapse on Twitter

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Louis van Gaal's men were two goals clear, twice, only to allow Nigel Pearson's men to fight back and claim a 5-3 win in dramatic circumstances at the King Power Stadium

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The Red Devils twice led by two goals against Leicester City but conceded four times in the second-half as Nigel Pearson's men roared back to claim a famous win

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The Premier League champions will be looking to gain ground on the league leaders on Sunday, who have made a perfect start to the season so far

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Roberto Martinez's side picked up their first league win last week and are looking to build on that when they meet second-bottom Palace

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Louis van Gaal's side were 3-1 up and cruising with only a half hour to go but the Foxes fought back to win one of this season's most memorable games

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The Red Devils led at the interval but imploded in the second half against Nigel Pearson's men, who came back from two goals down to claim a famous win

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A second0half goal from James Morrison sealed all three points for the Baggies as Alan Irvine claimed his first Premier League win, with Joleon Lescott the star performer

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Despite dominating possession, the hosts managed just one shot on target as they fell to defeat against a hard-working Baggies side to move off the bottom of the table

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The 29-year-old made his first appearance for five months but, although he scored both goals, his manager revealed he was risked despite warnings from the club's medical staff