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Liverpool Running Away in Premier League After Demolishing Arsenal
Liverpool are getting more comfortable at the top of English Premier League following their big home win over Arsenal at Anfield. Playing their final home game in 2018, The Reds were determined to put out a showcase for their beloved fans, but they didn't really have a good start into that tie.
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Man City Slipping Again as Tottenham Move Second
Manchester City haven't been experiencing much joy in the last week of December as Pep Guardiola's men suffered another defeat in Premier League. After losing 3-2 against Crystal Palace in previous fixture, on boxing day, City got beaten 2-1 by Leicester City.
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Tottenham Closing In On Man City After Big Win
Tottenham Hotspur are getting closer to second place seat Manchester City as Mauricio Pochettino's men picked up an impressive away victory over Everton this Sunday. Playing away from Home, the Lilywhites hammered their opponent, 6-2 with Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min both grabbing two goals.
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Tottenham Booked Chelsea Date in Carabao Cup Semifinals
Tottenham Hotspur's chance to win the Carabao Cup this season is certainly tough as after eliminating Arsenal in the quarter finals, they must face up against Chelsea in the next round.
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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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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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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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Liverpool Beaten by PSG, Tottenham Defeated Inter in Champions League
Liverpool must wait until the final game of UEFA Champions League to see whether they can advance into the knock out stage or not following their 2-1 defeat against Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday.
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Tottenham Handed First Defeat for Chelsea
Chelsea's wonderful unbeaten run in all competition this season finally come to and end on Saturday as Maurizio Sarri's men were beaten convincingly by Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley.
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Liverpool Jeopardize Champions League Qualification, Tottenham Hopeful
Liverpool's Champions League journey suddenly face a really serious threat as Jurgen Klopp's men found themselves beaten by Red Star Belgrade 2-0 on Tuesday. Winning their previous meeting with the Serbian outfit 4-0, The Reds players seemingly not expecting a strongly different scenario as they travel to that East Europa region.
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Man City Regained Premier League Top Seat After Win Over Tottenham
Manchester City got themselves back into the top of English Premier League standings after their success in taking all three points from their Monday away fixture against Tottenham Hotspur.
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Tottenham Held, Liverpool Comfortable Winner in Champions League
Tottenham Hotspur once again wasted an opportunity to grab all three points in their Champions League fixture this season as Mauricio Pochettino's men only able to secure one point against PSV Eindhoven.
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