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Police are investigating alleged racial abuse following a heated exchange between a spectator and Manchester City's Aleksandr Kolarov during their match with Newcastle on Saturday

(00:33) | December 16, 2012



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Martinez: I think we were a little bit soft

Premier League: An own goal from Romelu Lukaku and Gaziano Pelle's 11th club goal of the season sank Everton at St. Mary's.

(00:33) | Dec 20, 2014

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Dyche: We delivered a good performance

Premier League: Burnley manager Sean Dyche believed his side effectively upheld their game plan against Tottenham, but were unfortunate in their 2-1 loss.

(00:38) | Dec 20, 2014

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Monk: We showed resilience

Premier League: Swansea City manager Garry Monk explained his side showed plenty of resiliency in their 1-0 win against a defensive Hull City.

(00:47) | Dec 20, 2014

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Highlights: Real Madrid 2-0 San Lorenzo

Football Video: Welsh winger Gareth Bale helped Real Madrid claim their fourth trophy of 2014 after easing to a 2-0 win against South American champions San Lorenzo in the Club World Cup final.

(01:00) | Dec 20, 2014

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Highlights: Mainz 1-2 Bayern Munich

Bundesliga: Bayern Munich finished 2014 on a high note with a 2-1 win over Mainz, courtesy of Arjen Robben's late winner.

(01:26) | Dec 20, 2014

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Klopp: Dortmund season a catastrophe

Bundesliga: Jurgen Klopp said Borussia Dortmund will not give up, despite what he called a 'catastrophic' first half of the Bundesliga season.

(01:32) | Dec 20, 2014

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Highlights: PSV 5-0 Go Ahead Eagles

Eredivisie: Memphis Depay scored twice as league leaders PSV thrashed Go Ahead Eagles 5-0 in the Dutch Eredivisie.

(01:07) | Dec 20, 2014

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Bruce: I expected a better performance

Premier League: Hull City manager Steve Bruce refused to make excuses for his side's 1-0 loss to Swansea City.

(01:06) | Dec 20, 2014

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Saints go marching on after Everton victory

Premier League: Southampton emphatically brought an end to their run of five successive losses in all competitions by beat Everton 3-0 at St Mary's.

(01:00) | Dec 20, 2014

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