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Saturday, May 20, 2017

[VIDEO] Top 30 Acrobatic Goals Of The Season (2016/2017)

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Friday, May 5, 2017

[VIDEO HIGHLIGHT] Celta Vigo 0–1 Manchester United {Europa League Semi-Final 2017}

Manchester United are in pole position to reach the Europa League final after winning the away leg of their semi-final against Celta Vigo with 1-0 Lead

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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

[VIDEO HIGHLIGHT] Watford 0 – 1 Liverpool {Premier League 2017}

Emre Can’s stunning acrobatic goal was enough for Liverpool to capitalise on slip-ups from their rivals for a Premier League top-four finish and beat Watford 1-0 on Monday.

With Manchester United, Manchester City and Arsenal all dropping points a day earlier, the Reds went in search of a potentially priceless victory to boost their Champions League aspirations at Vicarage Road.

And Can produced a moment of magic that will be repeated on highlight reels for years to come, his sublime bicycle kick enough to decide the match as Sebastian Prodl struck the bar for Watford late on.

Can’s marvellous strike was a moment of relief for Liverpool, who were beaten 2-1 by Crystal Palace last time out, after the Reds lost star playmaker Philippe Coutinho to injury early in the game.

That prompted the return of Adam Lallana from the bench for his first Liverpool appearance since March due to a thigh problem and the England midfielder was unfortunate to see a wonderfully executed volley hit the crossbar with the match goalless.

Liverpool, who won the reverse meeting 6-1 in November, created the better chances after the break but one goal was enough for them to strengthen their hold on third and move four points clear of fifth-placed United, having played a game more while Watford stay 13th.

Coutinho was hurt in an innocuous-looking clash of legs with Adrian Mariappa and, shortly after, Miguel Britos hobbled off for Watford to be replaced by Christian Kabasele.

The injuries took the sting out of the opening exchanges, but Can almost brought some much-needed life to proceedings with a well-struck left-footed effort from 25 yards that Heurelho Gomes parried to safety on his 100th consecutive league appearance.

Both teams were struggling to stamp their authority on a turgid half until Lallana went desperately close to a goal-of-the-season contender with a magnificent dipping volley that crashed against the crossbar.

Lallana was outdone by Can’s effort on the stroke of half-time, though. Lucas Leiva clipped a lofted pass into the area and the Germany international executed a spectacular bicycle kick that nestled in the top-left corner

Watford beat Liverpool 3-0 in last season’s corresponding fixture but offered little on this occasion, and Gomes had his palms stung by James Milner’s 20-yard free-kick after the interval.

The goalkeeper was also equal to Divock Origi’s bending effort from outside the box, while the striker was later wasteful when one-on-one with Gomes.

Simon Mignolet had largely been a bystander, but the Belgian made a fine fingertip stop to keep out a well-hit shot from Etienne Capoue, who was booked for remonstrating when referee Craig Pawson failed to spot the shot was saved.

A fully fit Lallana perhaps would have done better with a poor first touch when played in by Can, while substitute Daniel Sturridge was brilliantly foiled late on by Gomes.

Liverpool were almost caught cold in the last minute of injury time, but Prodl’s fierce half-volley cannoned back off the crossbar, leaving the visitors breathing a late sigh of relief.

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Thursday, April 27, 2017

[VIDEO HIGHLIGHT] Arsenal 1-0 Leicester City

A late Robert Huth own goal kept Arsenal’s top-four hopes alive with a 1-0 victory over Leicester at the Emirates on Wednesday night.

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[VIDEO HIGHLIGHT] Deportivo La Coruna 2-6 Real Madrid

A much-changed Real Madrid had too much for Deportivo La Coruna as they ran out 6-2 winners at Riazor to go level with leaders Barcelona.

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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

[VIDEO HIGHLIGHT] Chelsea 4 – 2 Southampton {Premier League 2017}

Eden Hazard opened the scoring and, although Oriol Romeu equalised, Gary Cahill and Diego Costa saw Chelsea to victory over Southampton.

Chelsea extended their lead over Tottenham at the top of the Premier League to seven points as Diego Costa ended his recent goal drought with a double to cap a 4-2 win over Southampton.

Antonio Conte voiced dissatisfaction over his team being back in action three days on from the 4-2 FA Cup semi-final win over Spurs and Claude Puel’s Saints were sure to ask plenty of questions of them despite falling behind early to Eden Hazard’s 17th goal of the season.

Puel had compared midfielder Oriol Romeu to PFA Player of the Year N’Golo Kante in the build-up to the match and the former Chelsea player claimed a rare goal when he equalised in the 25th minute.

A gripping match remained in the balance until Gary Cahill – back having missed out on Saturday due to illness – headed home in first-half stoppage time and Costa’s own aerial prowess came to the fore eight minutes into the second half.

The Spain striker’s 50th in the Premier League goal was his first in eight matches and he duly made it 20 across all competitions this season with a late second of the night. A neat Ryan Bertrand header deep into stoppage time was scant consolation for Saints.

On Wednesday, Tottenham travel to face a Crystal Palace side whose win at Stamford Bridge earlier this month did much to reopen a title race that Conte will hope results such as this wrap up swiftly.

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Sunday, April 23, 2017

[VIDEO HIGHLIGHT] Chelsea 4-2 Tottenham Hotspur [FA CUP 2017]

Tottenham will wonder how they shipped four goals as their FA Cup run was ended by Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday. Following Chelsea 4 : 2 Tottenham.

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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

[VIDEO HIGHLIGHT] Real Madrid Vs Bayern Munich 4-2 {Aggregate 6-3}

Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice in extra time to complete a hat trick and take his career Champions League goal tally to an even 100 as Real Madrid advanced to the semifinals over 10- man Bayern Munich on Tuesday.

Ronaldo found the breakthrough in the extra period with his second goal of the game though he appeared to be offside before adding a third to seal a 4-2 second-leg win, 6-3 on aggregate

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Friday, April 14, 2017

[VIDEO HIGHLIGHT] Anderlecht 1 : 1 Manchester United

Leander Dendoncker’s late equaliser gave Anderlecht hope as a superior Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw in the first leg of their Europa League quarter-final.

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Monday, March 27, 2017

[VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS] England 2 – 0 Lithuania {2018 World Cup Qualifier 2016/17}

The returning Jermain Defoe and substitute Jamie Vardy gave England a 2-0 win over Lithuania to consolidate their lead in Group F.

Jermain Defoe made a goalscoring return to the international fold as England chalked up a routine 2-0 World Cup qualifying win over Lithuania.

The 20th strike of Defoe’s international career came after 21 minutes at Wembley and four years on from his 19th versus minnows San Marino in March 2013.

Aside from the 34-year-old Sunderland striker celebrating a starting berth in familiar style, there was little else to write home about in a forgettable encounter.

Manchester City centre-back John Stones was forced into a goal-line clearance on the stroke of half-time but Gareth Southgate’s side closed out victory in comfort after Defoe’s replacement Jamie Vardy doubled their advantage midway through the second period.

Burnley’s Michael Keane made his competitive debut alongside Stones at the heart of defence and England are the only side yet to concede a goal in the European qualifying section.

They sit five points clear at the top of Group F ahead of nearest challengers Slovenia facing Scotland at Hampden Park later on Sunday.

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Monday, March 20, 2017

[VIDEO HIGHLIGHT] Barcelona 4 – 2 Valencia {La Liga}

Lionel Messi scored twice as Barcelona came from behind to beat 10-man Valencia 4-2 in La Liga.

Barcelona kept the pressure on Real Madrid at the top of LaLiga by beating 10-man Valencia 4-2 at Camp Nou ahead of the international break.

The Catalans were playing their first home game since the thrilling 6-1 comeback against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League but their performance evoked only a little of the magic of that night.

Valencia exposed their hosts’ defensive frailties throughout the first half and Eliaquim Mangala gave Voro Gonzalez’s side the lead after 29 minutes.

Fortunately for Barca, their superstar front three were on form and Neymar teed up Luis Suarez to equalise shortly before Mangala conceded a penalty and was sent off, Lionel Messi duly scoring from the spot.

Although Munir El Haddadi drew Valencia level almost immediately against his parent club, the 10 men struggled to contain Messi, who made it 3-2 after 52 minutes but will miss the trip to Granada in the first game back from the international break due to suspension after picking up a late yellow card.

The hosts pressed hard in search of a fourth throughout the closing stages, Neymar’s dynamic solo run down the left flank leading to Andre Gomes’ 90th-minute settler from close range, as Barca claimed a win that is vital to their title chances, moving them back to within two points of Madrid, who still hold a game in hand over the reigning champions.

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Sunday, March 19, 2017

[VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS] Middlesbrough 1 – 3 Manchester United {Premier League}

Marouane Fellaini and Jesse Lingard helped Manchester United to a 3-1 win at Middlesbrough that lifted them above Arsenal into fifth place.

Manchester United claimed their 600th Premier League victory with a 3-1 win against managerless Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium on Sunday.

Marouane Fellaini’s first league goal of the season, a thundering strike from Jesse Lingard and an injury-time Antonio Valencia finish secured maximum points for Jose Mourinho’s side and lifted into fifth place in the table, piling the misery on Boro at the end of a week in which Aitor Karanka lost his job.

Mourinho – whose men are now unbeaten in 18 top-flight matches – had claimed that a draw would be a good result for his side, given their exhaustive exploits in the FA Cup and Europa League this week, and Boro certainly started in the ascendancy against a United side shorn of a number of first-team regulars.

But Fellaini’s 30th-minute header gave the visitors a stranglehold that they never looked likely to relinquish and Lingard’s emphatic strike in the second half left the home side on course for a 14th defeat in 28 league games this season.

Rudy Gestede got a goal back in the closing stages – Boro’s first in 509 minutes of league action – but Valencia pounced on a horror moment for ex-United goalkeeper Victor Valdes to ensure United move to within three points of the Champions League places, having played a game fewer than fourth-placed Liverpool, who face Manchester City later on Sunday.

The pressure is growing on second-bottom Boro, however, with five points now separating them from safety, though they do have a game in hand on Hull City and Swansea City above them.

Valdes’ outing started well as he made a fine low stop to deny Marcus Rashford six minutes into the contest after the young striker raced in behind the defence onto Lingard’s pass.

Boro – guided by stand-in boss Steve Agnew – enjoyed by far the better of the opening exchanges, though, and David de Gea produced a smart save to his left to prevent Gaston Ramirez’s fierce strike from breaking the deadlock.

Valdes proved the home side’s saviour again in the 22nd minute, sticking out a leg to deny Rashford from point-blank range after a superb United move before reacting well to keep out Valencia’s rebound.

United were beginning to cause real problems for the home defence and Fellaini took full advantage when the next chance came his way. Ashley Young curled a deep cross towards the far post from the right and the Belgium international escaped Fabio before nodding the ball high into Valdes’ net.

Boro began the second half in much the same fashion as they did the first, enjoying close to 57 per cent of the possession, but without finding a way to cause any trouble for De Gea, with United’s defence staying resolute.

Mourinho’s side continued to look a threat on the break, with Rashford and Valencia twice causing panic in the Boro box with runs down the right, and it was from another counter-attack that Lingard doubled the lead just past the hour mark.

Collecting Juan Mata’s pass, Lingard raced unchallenged through the middle of the home side’s half before blasting a shot from 20 yards that swerved beyond the static Valdes and into the top-right corner.

Agnew threw on Gestede to give Alvaro Negredo some support and the striker gave his side a lifeline when he capitalised on Chris Smalling’s error to slot past De Gea from close range.

Boro laid siege to United’s goal late on, but Valencia made the points safe in the dying seconds when Valdes slipped as he prepared to clear a backpass, allowing the United full-back the simple task of finishing into an empty net – much to the delight of Mourinho as the Portuguese made his way down the tunnel.

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[VIDEO HIGHLIGHS] Athletic Bilbao 1 – 2 Real Madrid {La Liga}

Karim Benzema and Casemiro scored the goals to give Real Madrid an important 2-1 win over Athletic Bilbao in Saturday’s LaLiga meeting.

Real Madrid stretched their lead at the top of LaLiga to five points thanks to a 2-1 victory away to Athletic Bilbao at San Mames.

Goals from Karim Benzema and Casemiro, either side of an Aritz Aduriz header, were enough to settle a hard-fought encounter at San Mames and put the pressure on Barcelona ahead of their meeting with Valencia on Sunday.

Athletic had won 16 and drawn three of 19 games in front of their own fans since their last home defeat, which came against Barca in August, and were bright and industrious in the early stages.

They were given a warning sign of Madrid’s threat on the counter when Cristiano Ronaldo had an early goal disallowed but the Portugal star exploited the home side’s high defensive line to better effect in the 25th minute, as he raced through before crossing for Benzema to side-foot home his 16th goal of the season.

Ernesto Valverde’s side enjoyed plenty of possession without threatening Madrid’s goal too often, but Aduriz capitalised on a rare moment of slack defending to head his team level midway through the second half.

But Casemiro proved Madrid’s unlikely hero just three minutes later, tapping in from close range after being left unmarked at a corner to secure Madrid’s 13th win in 15 league meetings with the Basque side.

The result ensures that Zinedine Zidane’s team will be top of the table heading into the international break and leaves Barca needing a good result at Mestalla to keep the pressure on in the title race.

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[VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS] West Ham United 2 – 3 Leicester City {Premier League}

Leicester City withstood significant late pressure to beat West Ham 3-2 and continue Craig Shakespeare’s perfect start as manager.

The post-Claudio Ranieri feel-good factor at Leicester City showed no sign of letting up as they beat West Ham 3-2 in a thriller at London Stadium to continue Craig Shakespeare’s 100 per cent start as the Premier League champions’ manager.

Tuesday’s intense 2-0 win over Sevilla that secured passage to the Champions League quarter-finals did appear to impact their laboured second-half performance, but a sprightly start and dogged defending towards the end were ultimately crucial as Leicester clinched their first away league win of the season.

They picked up right where they left off on Tuesday with a remarkable start to go two goals up within seven minutes – Riyad Mahrez and Robert Huth stunning the hosts.

West Ham soon got themselves a lifeline through a fine Manuel Lanzini free-kick, though Leicester re-established a two-goal lead late in the first half through Jamie Vardy

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Saturday, March 18, 2017

[VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS] West Bromwich Albion 3 – 1 Arsenal {Premier League}

Craig Dawson headed a goal in each half either side of Hal Robson-Kanu’s double as West Brom ensured Arsenal’s dismal form went on.

West Brom defender Craig Dawson netted a headed brace to pile further pressure on Arsene Wenger as Arsenal slumped to an abject 3-1 defeat at The Hawthorns.

Dawson was left unmarked to head home from in-swinging corners in each half, condemning the Gunners to a fourth defeat in their past five Premier League outings.

Alexis Sanchez fired a 15th minute equaliser – his 22nd goal in all competitions this season – but Albion substitute Hal Robson-Kanu, released by the Gunners as a schoolboy, restored the lead 10 minutes after half-time and just 75 seconds after coming on, as Arsenal protested in vain for offside against James McClean.

David Ospina, on in goal following a first-half injury to Petr Cech, was culpable irrespective of the visitors’ complaints and it capped a miserable afternoon for Wenger, after the opening was played out amid a bizarre backdrop of light aircraft slogans.

A plane sporting a banner urging Wenger to stand down emerged at kick-off, although another trailing the slogan “In Arsene we trust” appeared overhead around the time Sanchez restored parity.

The afternoon would get no better for Arsenal’s 67-year-old manager, whose prospects of Champions League qualification are in grave danger.

Liverpool are five points better off in fourth, while sixth-placed Manchester United can leapfrog them with victory at Middlesbrough on Sunday

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[VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS] Stoke City 1 – 2 Chelsea {Premier League}

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Friday, March 17, 2017

[VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS] Manchester United 1 – 0 FC Rostov {Europa League}

An eye-catching Juan Mata goal secured Manchester United an underwhelming 1-0 win over Rostov to book their passage to the last eight of the Europa League.

Jose Mourinho’s side – held 1-1 in Russia – were wasteful in front of goal for much of the match at Old Trafford and looked to be heading for a goalless stalemate before Mata prodded home 20 minutes from time at the end of a well-worked move from the hosts.

United were dominant throughout, with Rostov offering little attacking threat and generally relying on defensive stubbornness and good fortune – the post coming to their rescue twice in the first half to keep Zlatan Ibrahimovic at bay.

The home side suffered the blow of losing Paul Pogba – who enjoyed a strong first half – to a suspected hamstring injury just after the break and their hold on the midfield suffered slightly as a result.

But Mata finished off a fine United move to punish a Rostov error and that goal proved to be enough, though Sergio Romero was forced into a superb late stop to prevent the match going into extra time.

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[VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS] Roma 2 – 1 Lyon (Europa League)

Despite suffering defeat at Stadio Olimpico, Lyon overcame Roma on aggregate to progress to the Europa League quarter-finals.

Anthony Lopes put in a stellar performance as Lyon claimed a dramatic 5-4 aggregate victory over Roma to reach the Europa League quarter-finals.

Lyon’s goalkeeper pulled off a string of spectacular saves throughout a tremendous contest at Stadio Olimpico as the Ligue 1 team progressed despite losing 2-1 on the night.

In a game which matched the first leg of this classic European tie for its remarkable intensity, Roma hit the woodwork through Antonio Rudiger in an action-packed opening before Mouctar Diakhaby put Bruno Genesio’s men ahead.

Roma immediately pulled level through Kevin Strootman’s fortunate finish, but Lopes was on hand to twice deny the midfielder a second as the half wore on.

Lucas Tousart’s own-goal on the hour-mark set-up an enthralling finish as Roma laid siege to Lyon’s goal – Stephan El Shaarawy going closest to what would have been a decisive strike, while Edin Dzeko had a goal ruled out for a marginal offside call.

Maxwel Cornet squandered two gilt-edged opportunities at the other end, but those misses mattered little in the end as, in spite of a late Roma onslaught, Lyon’s defence held firm to secure a famous win.

Roma were on top in a blistering opening to the second leg – Rudiger rattling the crossbar from close range before Lopes twice denied Mohamed Salah.

For all their dominance though, Roma found themselves behind after 16 minutes.

In a near carbon-copy of his goal from the first leg, Lyon youngster Diakhaby capitalised on poor Roma marking to head home powerfully from Mathieu Valbuena’s free-kick.

Lyon’s lead was cancelled out within a minute, however, as Strootman managed to bundle the ball over the line after connecting with a fantastic Daniele De Rossi delivery.

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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

[VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS] Chelsea 1 – 0 Manchester Unite (FA Cup)

The Blues have been a dominant attacking force this season, be that by playing their way through opponents or crushing them on the counter.

Antonio Conte’s side are a team of many talents, and one capable of hurting foes in any number of ways.

Against Manchester United in the FA Cup quarter-finals, Chelsea were back to doing damage outside of the box.

N’Golo Kante broke the deadlock in that contest with a fine 20-yard strike, with the Frenchman’s effort extending a 2016-17 record for the Stamford Bridge side.

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Monday, March 13, 2017

[VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS] Real Madrid 2 – 1 Real Betis (LA Liga)

Zinedine Zidane had Sergio Ramos to thank as the captain’s 10th goal of the season saw off Real Betis to take Real Madrid top of LaLiga.

Sergio Ramos scored a dramatic late winner as Real Madrid returned to the top of LaLiga with a 2-1 home victory over 10-man Real Betis.

Madrid took advantage of Barcelona’s shock loss to Deportivo La Coruna earlier on Sunday by coming from behind to win after it had looked like a dreadful Keylor Navas blunder would cost them dear.

The Santiago Bernabeu was stunned when Navas scored a bizarre own goal as he failed to deal with Antonio Sanabria’s shot midway through the first half.

Cristiano Ronaldo headed in his fifth goal in four league matches before the break, but it looked for a long time like Madrid would have to settle for a draw that would have kept them behind Barca.

That was until Betis’ Cristiano Piccini saw red and Ramos headed in his 10th goal of the season with nine minutes remaining to save Zinedine Zidane’s men.

Madrid are now two points clear of Barca with a game in hand, having overcome a sticky spell to win their last two league games.

Ronaldo was heavily involved in the early action, having a penalty claim turned down after clashing with German Pezzella before having a left-footed effort unconvincingly saved by ex-Madrid keeper Antonio Adan.

James Rodriguez, in as one of Zidane’s four changes, also tested Adan while Isco’s searing drive just missed the target from 25 yards.

But, after the hosts’ bright start, Navas featured in two major moments in quick succession midway through the first half.

Initially he was hugely fortunate to avoid punishment from referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz after racing out of his penalty area and taking down Darko Brasanac, the Betis midfielder furious when not even a free-kick was given after his path to goal was crudely blocked.

Then on 25 minutes, a Riza Durmisi cross from left set up Sanabria, whose low shot from 15 yards appeared to have been saved by Navas before he allowed the ball to squirm out of his grasp and knocked it over the line.

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