Tevez wants domestic form replicated in Europe

Tevez wants domestic form replicated in Europe Carlos Tevez has urged Juventus to take their domestic form into Wednesday’s crucial UEFA Champions League tie in Malmo. The Argentina striker netted his ninth Serie A goal of the season in the champions’ 3-0 win at Lazio on Saturday, scoring the second to sandwich a double from…

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Mourinho guards against Chelsea complacency

Mourinho guards against Chelsea complacency Jose Mourinho has warned Chelsea they have won nothing yet despite another impressive performance in the triumph over West Brom. Diego Costa’s 11th Premier League goal of the season and an Eden Hazard strike were enough for the leaders to defeat Alan Irvine’s men 2-0 at Stamford Bridge on Saturday….

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Falcao ready for United return

Falcao ready for United return Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao has declared himself 100 per cent fit after recovering from a calf problem. The Colombia international has endured a difficult start to life at Old Trafford following his season-long loan move from Monaco in September. After being ruled out for much of last season due…

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Eredivisie Review

Eredivisie Review: De Leeuw denies leaders PSV, Heracles secure timely win Michael de Leeuw’s 83rd-minute equaliser earned Groningen a 1-1 draw at home to Eredivisie leaders PSV on Sunday. Phillip Cocu’s men won five straight league matches before the international break and looked on course to extend their run when Luuk de Jong broke the…

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Bundesliga Review: Hamburg secure derby win

Bundesliga Review: Hamburg secure derby win Hamburg left it late to secure a dramatic 2-0 Nordderby win over Werder Bremen that moved them out of the Bundesliga relegation zone. Bremen looked set to secure a point at a sold out Imtech Arena on Sunday, but the home side scored two late goals to leapfrog their…

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Hull City 1 Tottenham 2: Eriksen snatches late winner

Hull City 1 Tottenham 2: Eriksen snatches late winner Tottenham produced another fightback to beat Hull City 2-1 after Gaston Ramirez was sent off on his first start for Steve Bruce’s side. Jake Livermore had given Hull a half-time lead at the KC Stadium on Sunday with his first goal of the season, but he…

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Rodgers takes responsibility for Liverpool slump

Rodgers takes responsibility for Liverpool slump 23 November 2014 Brendan Rodgers accepted responsibility for turning Liverpool’s flagging fortunes around after another costly result against Crystal Palace. Last season’s Premier League runners-up endured another afternoon to forget at Selhurst Park on Sunday, having thrown away a three-goal lead to draw 3-3 on the same ground last…

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Messi the best ever – Luis Enrique

Messi the best ever – Luis Enrique Barcelona coach Luis Enrique refused to be drawn into talk about Lionel Messi’s future as he hailed the record-breaker the best ever player. Messi became the all-time leading La Liga goalscorer by scoring a hat-trick in Barca’s 5-1 thrashing of Sevilla on Saturday. Argentina captain Messi was coy…

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Ancelotti: Isco a ´perfect´ Modric replacement

Ancelotti: Isco a ´perfect´ Modric replacement Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti hailed Isco as a perfect replacement for stricken playmaker Luka Modric after an impressive show at Eibar. The Spain international was thrust into the heart of Real’s midfield as a result of Modric’s thigh injury – expected to keep the Croatian out for six…

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Serie A Review: Top two both victorious

Serie A Review: Top two both victorious Both Juventus and Roma secured all three points away from home as they overcame Lazio and Atalanta respectively on Saturday. Reigning champions Juve began the day three points clear of their nearest title rivals at the summit, before Roma’s 2-1 win at Atalanta brought them momentarily level with…

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