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Premier League SRL Round-Up | Arsenal and Liverpool win, Tottenham and Manchester United lose and much more

A super Sunday in the English top tier with not one, not two, not three but ten games all taking place at the same time. That always proves to be fun and it certainly was but not without a few shocks with Manchester United and Tottenham losing while Arsenal and Liverpool did the exact opposite.
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Premier League | Burnley shares spoils with Manchester City; United beat Huddersfield 2-0

Burnley managed to play out a draw against Premier League’s leaders Manchester City, thanks to Johann Berg Gudmundsson who scored his second goal of the season on Saturday. Alexis Sanchez helped Manchester United beat Huddersfield Town 2-0 at Old Trafford to reduce the deficit to 13 points.
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reportfootball4 years ago

FA Cup Round Up | Manchester United defeat Derby County; Liverpool edge out Everton

Jesse Lingard and Romelu Lukaku's late effort secured Manchester United a 2-0 victory over Derby County in the third round of the FA Cup. In another clash, it was a debut to remember for the world's most expensive defender Virgil van Dijk who scored the winner for Liverpool against Everton.
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reportfootball4 years ago

Premier League | David Silva brace helps Manchester City thrash Swansea City; United edge past Bournemouth 1-0

Manchester City continued their rampant run in the Premier League after registering a 4-0 victory over Swansea City to set a new League record of 15 consecutive wins. Elsewhere Romelu Lukaku answered the critics in a style by helping Manchester United secure a 1-0 win against AFC Bournemouth.
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reportfootball4 years ago

Premier League | Otamendi guides City to 2-1 win in Manchester Derby; Liverpool and Everton share spoils

Manchester United’s defensive problems gifted derby rivals Manchester City a 2-1 victory on Sunday that allowed the latter to establish a massive 11-point lead in the Premier League. In the Merseyside derby, Wayne Rooney’s late penalty earned Everton a 1-1 draw with Liverpool at Anfield.
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reportfootball4 years ago

Europa League Up | FC Cologne beat Arsenal; Atalanta thrash Everton

Arsenal topped their Europa League group despite succumbing to their first defeat at the hands of FC Cologne in yesterday’s game. Everton, who have been busy in searching for a manager, continue put up weak performances and were thrashed 5-1 by Atalanta who now sit atop Group E in the standings.
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reportfootball4 years ago

Europa League Round up | Arsenal qualify into the round of 16 as Everton crash out

Despite a drab goalless draw against Serbian side Red Star Belgrade, Arsenal have booked a place in the knockout stages, thanks to FC Cologne defeating BATE Borisov. Everton's poor form continued as the Toffees went down 3-0 to French side AS Lyon, which resulted in their elimination from Europe.
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reportfootball4 years ago

EFL | Chelsea down Everton 2-1; West Ham stun Spurs in remarkable second-half turn around

Chelsea booked their place in the last eight of the Carabao Cup after a hard-fought 2-1 win over Everton at Stamford Bridge. In another match, West Ham scored three times in 15 minutes after coming from two goals down at half-time to get the better of Tottenham Hotspur and reach the quarter-finals.
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reportfootball4 years ago

Football Round up | Inter win thrilling Milan derby; Rooney secures a point for Everton

Mauro Icardi scored a hat trick, the third goal in the 89th minute, to win the 219th Milan derby at the San Siro yesterday. In the Premier League, Everton needed a stoppage-time Wayne Rooney penalty to split the points with Brighton while Southampton and Newcastle also played out a draw.
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reportfootball4 years ago

Premier League | Manchester United thrash Everton 4-0, Chelsea hold Arsenal to a tame draw

Former Everton star Romelu Lukaku showed little mercy for his former club as he scored one and assisted another to help Manchester United beat Everton 4-0 ruining Wayne Rooney's Old Trafford return. Meanwhile, defending champions Chelsea and Arsenal played out a tame 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge.
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