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Arsenal Confirmed Group Winner Status, Chelsea Held in Europa League
Arsenal ending their Europa League group stage campaign in a positive fashion as they picked up a 1-0 home win over Qarabag, which secured their group winner status. Heading into the match still needing at least a point to secure top seat ahead of Sporting, Gunners immediately got on the offensive straight from kick off.
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Madrid, Juventus Ending Champions League Group Stage in Disappointment
Disappointing results occurred for several top teams on their final group game of UEFA Champions League this past Wednesday. Most notable names such as Real Madrid along with Juventus suffered defeats on their last fixtures, giving a slight bitter taste to their campaign.
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Joy for Premier League Teams as Tottenham and Liverpool Advanced in Champions League
There's an air of joy for Premier League teams on midweek as both Liverpool along with Tottenham Hotspur made it through into the knock out stages of Champions League. Liverpool got themselves out of a difficult situation following their 1-0 victory against Napoli, while Tottenham made it despite only drawing 1-1 against Barcelona.
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Milan Confirmed Interest In Fabregas, Shut Door On Ibrahimovic Return
Italian giant, AC Milan are not shying away on admitting their plan for the January transfer window, including revealing their interest in signing Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas. That transfer idea was confirmed by the club's director, Leonardo, who speak to the media saying that they are keen on signing Fabregas, but a deal is still far from completion.
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Man City Saw Unbeaten Run Ended by Chelsea
Manchester City's dream of finishing this current English Premier League season unbeaten vanished quicker than expected as Pep Guardiola's men saw themselves beaten 2-0 by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
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Man United and Arsenal Shared a Point, Chelsea Suffered Shock Defeat
Interesting results occurring on the midweek fixtures of English Premier League this past Wednesday, with most eyes were glued into the battle of two top teams, Arsenal and Manchester United, which were playing an exciting encounter at Old Trafford.
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Modric Honored to Receive Ballon D’Or
Just like it was being expected by many, Luka Modric was finally awarded as this year's Ballon D'or winner, beating Cristiano Ronaldo along with Antoine Griezmann in the final three selection.
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Tottenham Destroyed by Arsenal, Liverpool Edged Everton
Tottenham Hotspur's run of excellent results ended this past weekend as Mauricio Pochettino's men were beaten by their arch rival Arsenal 4-2 at Emirates Stadium. Playing away from home, the Lilywhites didn't have a great start as they were under pressure early on and eventually found themselves going a goal down from Pierre Aubameyang's spot kick after just 10 minutes of play.
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Man United Salvaged a Point, Man City Can’t Stop Winning
Manchester United picked up another disappointing result on their Premier League fixtures as Jose Mourinho's men were held into a 2-2 draw by Southampton. Drawing their previous league fixture against Crystal Palace, Man United were determined to grab all important three points that can get themselves going again in their hunt for top four seat.
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Arsenal Still Top Group Spot, Chelsea Bounced Back in Europa League
Arsenal keeping their table topping seat in their Europa League group in tack following their comfortable 3-0 away win over Vorskla on Thursday. Playing with many young players, Gunners remain dominant as they put on an aggressive approach straight from kick off which was immediately rewarded as they went 1-0 up after just 10 minutes through Emile Smith-Rowe's effort.
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The Potential of the 2015/16 Premier League champions Leicester City
In what was arguably the most famous Premier League title winning season ever, Leicester City defied the odds to claim a first Premier League championship win. Without a doubt the club were not expecting to achieve such a feat, but under former Chelsea manager Claudio Ranieri, the midlands club swept aside team after team as they reached the pinnacle of English football.
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Can Liverpool really win the Premier League after leapfrogging Man City in the weekend?
When everyone was thinking that nobody could stop Manchester City to defend their title, Guardiola's men crushed at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea and allowed Liverpool to leapfrog them at the top of the table.
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Absolute Winners of the 2018 World Cup
Russia 2018 was FIFA's 21st global tournament. Contested by 32 teams, France won the Cup in Moscow courtesy of a 4-2 pain over Croatia. Although the World Cup was a major win for the game of football, there is no denying the fact that the tournament was more kind to some than others.
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Mourinho performs u-turn on Champions League pledge
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has moved to change his target of getting his team into the Premier League top four by the end of December. The Portuguese coach has said that he would have steered the Old Trafford club in the Champions League qualification spots by the time 2018 ended - but he has since said they need a "miracle" to manage it by the end of the season.
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Ones to watch in the final round of the Nations League
The final round of match ups in UEFA’s inaugural Nations League are about to reach their conclusion and there’s a lot left to play for. For many teams, this final round of fixtures could be the difference between promotion, relegation, or qualification for the the finals next June.
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Aaron Ramsey Wants to Remain at Arsenal Until End of Season
Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey says he wants to stay at Arsenal until the end of the season when his current deal is up, despite the Gunners taking a new four-year contract offer off the table.
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Liverpool Battling Man City for Top Spot and Pride in Premier League
The English Premier League have only heading into match day eight, but football lovers are set to enjoy an exciting clash between two potential title rivals this upcoming Sunday, October 7, 2018 when Liverpool play host to Manchester City.
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