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football6 months ago
PL Roundup| Manchester City strengthen their hopes of top four finish; Swansea move away from the bottom three
Manchester City beat Leicester City 2-1 in a controversial game at the Etihad stadium to strengthen their hopes of a top-four finish. David Silva and Gabriel Jesus struck for Manchester City. Meanwhile, Swansea took a big step away from the relegation zone with a 2-0 win over Sunderland.
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football6 months ago
PL Roundup | Arsenal power past Manchester United
Arsenal won an important game against Manchester United at home to brighten their chances of clinching a Champions League spot. Meanwhile, Liverpool were held to a goalless draw by visitors Southampton that saw them miss an opportunity to consolidate their position in the top four.
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football7 months ago
Premier League Roundup | Sunderland relegated after their 10 year stand in EPL
Sunderland's 10-year stay in the English Premier League came to an end when Josh King scored a late winner for Bournemouth and confirmed the home side's relegation. Meanwhile, Leicester's victory helped them ease their relegation fears and put them 9 points clear of the drop zone.
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football7 months ago
Premier League | Table toppers Chelsea strengthen position with 4-2 win over Southampton
Chelsea extended their dominant run in the Premier League by defeating Southampton 4-2 to strengthen their hold at the top of the points table. Diego Costa snapped his recent goal drought with a brace after Eden Hazard and Gary Cahill scored one each, to take the Blues home.
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football8 months ago
Premier League Roundup | United beat Boro to rise to 5th as Liverpool hold City 1-1
United's victory move them up the table after more than 600 days in sixth place. Liverpool and City's finishing prove costly as they split points at the Etihad. Spurs were the biggest winners of the weekend as the dogfight for a spot in the top 4 is set to continue after the international break.
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