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Irresponsible referee revolts Wenger Champions League England Germany Latest News 

Irresponsible referee revolts Wenger

Arsene Wenger said he was "revolted" by the referee after his "brave" Arsenal side suffered a last-16 Champions League thrashing by Bayern Munich Referee Anastasios Sidiropoulos denied the hosts a penalty when 1-0 up before later awarding one for a Laurent Koscielny foul on Robert Lewandowski. Koscielny was sent off as Arsenal lost 5-1 on Tuesday and 10-2 on aggregate. "The penalty and red card are absolutely unexplainable and scandalous," Gunners boss Wenger said. "It's irresponsible from the referee. It leaves me very angry and very frustrated." Arsenal faced an…

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Sunderland 0 : 2 Manchester City England Latest Highlights 

Sunderland 0 : 2 Manchester City

Sergio Aguero scored his fifth goal in his last three games to help Manchester City back into third place in the Premier League and keep Sunderland rooted to the bottom of the table. The Black Cats had defended doggedly before a swift City counter attack ended with Aguero prodding in Raheem Sterling's low cross from close range. The visitors then clicked into gear as David Silva fed the explosive Leroy Sane for the Germany winger to double their lead after the break. Jermain Defoe did find the net in a…

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Liverpool 3 : 1 Arsenal England Latest Highlights 

Liverpool 3 : 1 Arsenal

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger gambled by leaving Alexis Sanchez – his leading scorer with 17 Premier League goals – on the bench but the ploy failed miserably as Liverpool took control by the break. Roberto Firmino's far-post finish put Liverpool ahead after nine minutes and Sadio Mane confirmed their superiority with an emphatic strike just before half-time. Sanchez, predictably, emerged as a substitute at the start of the second half and set up a goal for Danny Welbeck that gave Arsenal hope but Georginio Wijnaldum struck on the break deep…

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Chelsea are almost unstoppable England Latest News 

Chelsea are almost unstoppable

Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola saw his side move back to third place in the Premier League but warned that leaders Chelsea "are almost unstoppable." Goals from Sergio Aguero and Leroy Sane left City eight points behind Antonio Conte's team, who face West Ham on Monday. Guardiola told his postmatch news conference: "It's three more points. We are there behind, of course, Chelsea because they are almost unstoppable. "It's a pity that the distance between us and Chelsea is so big. "We started the season winning 10 games in a…

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Alexis Sanchez wants to quit Arsenal England English Premier League Latest News Transfer Window 

Alexis Sanchez wants to quit Arsenal

Alexis Sanchez wants to quit Arsenal at the end of the season after the humiliation of being dropped by Arsene Wenger for Saturday’s 3-1 defeat by Liverpool. The Chilean’s relationship with Wenger, the Arsenal coaches and his team-mates has become strained — culminating in a bust-up after Sanchez stormed off the training pitch in the build-up to the trip to Anfield. He has resolved to look for a new club this summer and the club are aware of his intentions. Sources say Wenger has been unimpressed with Sanchez’s attitude, particularly…

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Brexit, Trump, Ranieri all strange England Latest News 

Brexit, Trump, Ranieri all strange

Jurgen Klopp says it was a "strange decision" for Leicester City to sack Claudio Ranieri — comparing it to other major world events in recent months — though he is not expecting anything different when his Liverpool side face them on Monday. Ranieri was dismissed by Leicester on Thursday night, just nine months after guiding the club to their first Premier League title win. Liverpool travel to the King Power Stadium on Monday, with assistant manager Craig Shakespeare and first-team coach Mike Stowell taking charge of Leicester until a new manager…

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Rooney confirms he is staying at Manchester United despite China interest England Latest News 

Rooney confirms he is staying at Manchester United despite China interest

Wayne Rooney has confirmed he is staying at Manchester United despite reported interest from the Chinese Super League. Reports this week have claimed Rooney's agent, Paul Stretford, travelled to China to negotiate with Chinese clubs potentially ready to offer the England captain a lucrative exit from the Premier League. The Chinese transfer window remains open until the end of February, meaning a deal could have been struck with immediate effect. But United's all-time top goalscorer has now revealed that he wants to remain at Old Trafford as the Red Devils continue their…

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OFFICIAL: Claudio Ranieri sacked by Leicester City England Latest News 

OFFICIAL: Claudio Ranieri sacked by Leicester City

Leicester City have announced that manager Claudio Ranieri has been sacked. Just nine months on from lifting the Premier League trophy, the Italian has left the club after they became mired in relegation trouble The 65-year-old's position has come under increasing scrutiny this season, with Leicester unable to get close to the standards they hit in last term's remarkable Premier League title triumph. Rooney is right to wait – but the end is nigh The Foxes have lost seven of their last nine matches, including Wednesday's Champions League last-16 first…

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Man United or Woman United ? goalclips Manchester United 

Man United or Woman United ?

Abeg tag a #ManchesterUnited fan *Man United 1- everton 1 in 89mins*😳 *Man united 1- arsenal 1 in 89mins*😳😳 *Man United 1- stoke city 1 in 89mins*😳😳😳 *Pogba 89 millions*πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„ *Everything in man United z 89*πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€” *Soon to be called 89 united*πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ One win in Sept One win in October One win in November Man Utd's wins becoming once in a month like Menstrual Cycle. Call them #WomanUnitedπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ If they will not win in december we will know Man U is pregnant!!

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Tottenham saw off Manchester City but can they win the title? English Premier League Latest News 

Tottenham saw off Manchester City but can they win the title?

Tottenham’s impressive 2-0 victory against Premier League pacesetters Manchester City on Sunday showed that Pep Guardiola’s side aren't invincible.  Our experts Jamie Redknapp, Martin Keown and Chris Sutton discuss whether this is the turning point in Spurs’ pursuit of the title — and what it means for City. Jamie Redknapp: It didn’t surprise me. I didn’t like the team Pep Guardiola picked. I felt without Kevin De Bruyne in the Manchester City side, Spurs could press them high up the pitch.  They tried to do the same thing to Liverpool but…

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