Sunday, April 20, 2014

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The Merseysiders kept their collective heads to beat Norwich and take a potentially decisive lead in the race to claim what would be their first league title in 24 years

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A double from Raheem Sterling leads the Reds to a huge victory as they move five points clear at the top of the Premier League table with just three games left to play

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Atleti have waited a long time to regain their place amongst the continent's elite, but the scars of their 1974 European Cup semi-final are still felt by Celtic

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The Uruguayan will visit Carrow Road for the third time on Sunday afternoon having scored hat-tricks in his first two matches at Carrow Road, and four at Anfield in December

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The Belgian heads back to the club he left to move to Old Trafford for a whopping £27.5 million in the summer but has looked a shadow of his Everton self this season

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Inspired by the failure of Barcelona's star pairing to ignite together this season, Goal looks back at a list of high profile misfiring duos

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The Italian will leave Monaco with the club in a strong state, but his cautious mindset is at odds with owners whose desire is to lift silverware on a regular basis

Saturday, April 19, 2014

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The Rojiblancos remain on course for La Liga and look to have the edge in the sides' forthcoming Champions League tie after the Blues surprisingly lost to Sunderland on Saturday

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The Special One's men were frustrated yet again by inferior opposition at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, and the Reds now have a golden chance to make this title theirs

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Paul Pogba grabbed the decisive second-half goal to pierce the resilient Rossoblu's armour, with the young Frenchman pushing the Old Lady to within two wins of the Scudetto

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Fabio Borini returns to haunt the Blues as the Black Cats end Jose Mourinho's 77-game unbeaten home Premier League record and snatch a vital three points

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The Bundesliga champions produced another poor performance on Saturday and their form since winning the title will be a big concern ahead of the trip to the Bernabeu on Wednesday

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The Bluebirds earned a point against Mark Hughes side thanks to Peter Whittingham's penalty, after Marco Arnautovic scored from the spot for the Potters during the first half

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Mile Jedinak's second-half penalty gave Tony Pulis' men their fifth straight victory in the Premier League, while Sam Allardyce's side are now on a run of three consecutive losses

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It was a day of average scores on an average afternoon at Villa Park, with Marc Albrighton probably the best performer purely for the odd moment of reasonable class

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Marco Reus and Robert Lewandowski were again the stars of the show, as Dortmund's quality shone through in the second half against Mainz, with deflected goals the order of the day

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Walter Mazzarri's side take a giant step towards Europa League qualification thanks to goals from Rolando and Fredy Guarin

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Goals from Mario Balotelli, Adel Taarabt and Giampaolo Pazzini gave the Rossoneri a fifth consecutive victory and kept their quest for European football alive and kicking

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Goals from Paulinho, Kane and Kaboul dent the Cottagers' survival bid, with Spurs remaining within touching distance of the Champions League qualification spots

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Shipped off to Craven Cottage by Tim Sherwood, the German has showcased the passion Spurs have missed and married it with enough craft to help the Cottagers battle the drop