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Following their Europa League defeat at BATE Borisov, ESPN FC’s Paul Mariner takes Arsenal to task for their less-than-impressive showing. Steve Nicol breaks down Manchester United’s first Premier League loss under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, a 2-0 defeat at Arsenal. Alexandre Lacazette will be available for Arsenal’s UEFA Europa League round-of-16 second-leg clash against Rennes on
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Craig Burley refuses to name Barcelona Champions League favourites after their big win over Lyon, due to their defensive inconsistency. Lionel Messi praised Cristiano Ronaldo‘s “magical” performance for Juventus against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday after helping Barcelona join the Italians in the Champions League quarterfinals. Ronaldo scored a hat trick as Juve overturned a first
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Gab Marcotti believes that Cristiano Ronaldo’s stellar performance against Atletico Madrid only begins to justify the huge sum Juventus paid for him. Steve Nicol and Craig Burley applaud Cristiano Ronaldo for his performance under pressure to send Juventus to the Champions League quarterfinals. Ale Moreno tries to make sense of Max Allegri playing down the
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Despite another routine win for Barcelona in La Liga, questions remain over Philippe Coutinho who underwhelmed again for the Spanish giants. Barcelona went behind early to Rayo Vallecano, but responded with three, including Lionel Messi’s goal in his 800th career game. Barcelona continue their commitment to gender equality in football with their #wearefootballers campaign on
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Arsenal overtake Manchester United for the 4th spot in the Premier League table after beating them 2-0 at the Emirates. The Gunners hand Ole Gunnar Solskjaer his first domestic loss as Manchester United manager. Steve Nicol breaks down Manchester United’s first Premier League loss under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, a 2-0 defeat at Arsenal. Arsenal overtake
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TURIN, Italy — Last month in Madrid, Atletico Madrid were entirely dominant against a Juventus side that offered absolutely no attacking threat and won 2-0. On Wednesday in Turin, Juventus were entirely dominant against an Atletico side that offered absolutely no attacking threat and won 3-0 to advance, seemingly against the odds. This was the
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