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LVG: United couldn't cope with Sunderland

Louis van Gaal admitted that his side could not cope with Sunderland's aggression as they slipped to a 2-1 defeat at the Stadium of Light.

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Long downs Swansea to send Southampton sixth

Shane Long's 69th minute strike is enough to sink Swansea deeper into relegation trouble and sees the Saints move above West Ham on goal difference.

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Stoke run riot at Bournemouth

Goals from Giannelli Imbula, Ibrahim Afellay, and Joselu saw Stoke City back to winning ways at Bournemouth, who pulled one back through Matt Richie.

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Deeney double for Watford sinks Palace

Crystal Palace striker Emmanual Adebayor scored his first goal since October 2014, but it wasn't enough as Troy Deeney's brace saw Watford take all three points from Selhurst Park.

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Lowe: Barca seek titles, not club records

Barcelona made it a club-record 29 games unbeaten in midweek but Luis Enrique's side are remaining humble and hungry for trophies, Sid Lowe writes.

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Bayern apologise for Beyonce tweet

Bayern Munich's Twitter account used a Beyonce gif after reaching the semifinals of the DFB Pokal on Wednesday but were soon moved to apologise.

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Pochettino has new respect for Pellegrini

Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino says he has newfound respect for Manuel Pellegrini because of the "difficult" situation faced by the Man City boss.

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Dele Alli must start for England - Owen

Former England striker Michael Owen reckons Tottenham Hotspur wonder kid Dele Alli must start for England at the European Championships this summer.

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Henry: Tottenham can win Premier League

Thierry Henry has admitted his former rivals Tottenham Hotspur can win the Premier League this season -- even if he can scarcely believe it himself.

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FIFA committee bans Valcke for 12 years

Former FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke was banned from all football-related activity for 12 years on Friday by the ethics committee.

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Kompany and Silva available vs. Tottenham

City welcome Spurs knowing that a defeat could strike a blow to their title hopes, with Pellegrini's men already five points off leaders Leicester.

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1dRichard Jolly

Jones, Januzaj, Varela added to Utd injury list

Van Gaal lost Adnan Januzaj, Guillermo Varela and Phil Jones when all three were hurt in the Red Devils' 7-0 under-21 win over Norwich on Monday.

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Robinho returns to Brazil from China

Robinho has left China Super League club Guangzhou Evergrande for a move back to Atletico Mineiro in Brazil.



Full-time at the J Stadium, where Juventus top Napoli 1-0 to win their 15th straight Serie A match and climb to the top of the table!


GOAL for Juventus! Simone Zaza gives the Bianconeri a 1-0 lead over Serie A-leading Napoli in the 88th minute!


Full-time at the Mestalla, where Valencia beat Espanyol 2-1 to earn their first league win under Gary Neville!


Half-time in Turin, where Juventus and Napoli are scoreless in this Serie A top-of-the-table clash.


Bayern Munich centre-back Holger Badstuber broke his ankle in training on Saturday and will be out for three months.


Zinedine Zidane called Cristiano Ronaldo as "bloody brilliant" after his double helped Real Madrid top Athletic.


Bayern Munich confirm that Holger Badstuber has suffered an ankle fracture and will be out for three months. More details as they arrive.


Full-time at Stamford Bridge, where Chelsea crush Newcastle 5-1. Costa, Willian, Traore, Pedro (2) and Townsend all on the score sheet.


GOAL for Newcastle! Andros Townsend scores his first for the Magpies to cut Chelsea's lead to 5-1.


GOAL for Chelsea! Bertrand Traore scores his first Premier League goal and Newcastle now trail 5-0 at Stamford Bridge!


GOAL for Chelsea! Pedro's second of the night extends the Blues' lead to 4-0 over Newcastle!


Already without Kurt Zouma, Chelsea lose John Terry after 37 minutes. He's replaced by Baba Rahman as the Blues reshuffle their back four.