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football3 days ago
Premier League | Manchester derby ends in a goalless draw
Manchester City and Manchester United played out a hard-fought goalless draw at the Etihad Stadium to keep alive their hopes of a top-four finish in the League. The result saw United also extend their unbeaten league run to 24 games - their longest undefeated streak in a single top-flight season.
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football7 days ago
Soccer Roundup | Crystal Palace, United secure victory; Messi propels Barcelona over Real Madrid
Christian Benteke scored in either half as Crystal Palace beat Liverpool at Anfield to dent Liverpool’s top-four aspirations in the Premier League. Meanwhile, Wayne Rooney scored his first goal since January to help Manchester United defeat Burney 2-0 to stay in contention for a top-four finish.
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football14 days ago
Premier League Roundup | Manchester United ease past Chelsea; Firmino lifts Liverpool over West Brom
Manchester United outplayed Chelsea at Old Trafford on Sunday to blow open the Premier League title race. An early goal in each half from Marcus Rashford and Ander Herrera helped the Red Devils to an easy 2-0 win over the league leaders. Elsewhere, Roberto Firmino secured 3 points for Liverpool.
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football21 days ago
Premier League Roundup | Zlatan deepens Sunderland's woes; Everton halt Leicester's run
Zlatan Ibrahimovic was the heart of all good things for Manchester United with a goal and an assist as the Red Devils swept aside Sunderland 3-0 at the Stadium of Light. Meanwhile, Romelu Lukaku scored two goals as Everton handed Leicester City their first defeat in the Craig Shakespeare era.
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football22 days ago
Premier League Roundup | Hazard keeps Chelsea 7 points clear off Spurs at the summit
After seeing Tottenham Hotspurs sweep aside Watford in the early kickoff, Chelsea secured a victory away to Bournemouth where Hazard's 14th goal of the season maintained their 7 points lead over Spurs on the table. Liverpool and Manchester City continued their top-4 charge with wins of their own.
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