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22/July/14
Pre-Season Ilkeston FC vs Leicester City 1-6



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  The Promoted Team Leicester City earned a comfort victory in their first 2014 pre-season preparations. The Foxes hammered Ikleston FC 6-1 at New Manor Ground, Ilkeston.

  Leicester City dominated most of the possession of the match. Captain Wes Morgan fired the first goal for The Foxes at 34 minutes, assisted by Taylor-Fletcher. Striker Chris Wood headed in the second goal at 44 minute, after he gain a brilliant cross from Pearson.

  David Nugent struck the third goal for the City from close range when second half was just started. Tom Hopper added another goal at eight minutes later, assisted by Anthony Knockaert. David Nugent doubled his tally at 79th minute, with a powerful right footed finished.

  Ilkeston’s Laurie Wilson's own goal helped The Foxes leading 6-0 in the score board at 84th minute. The host striker Andre Johnson netted in a consolation goal form very close range before the match was ended.
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19/July/14
Pre-Season Boreham vs Arsenal 0-2
Pre-Season Boreham vs Arsenal 0-2

  Arsenal started their pre-season campaign with a away victory against Boreham Wood at Meadow Park. Young players Kristoffer Olsson and Benik Afobe struck two goals in the second half to seal the winner for the Gunners.

  Both team ended first half with goalless score. Kristoffer Olsson broke the deadlock for Arsenal at 68th minute with a powerful finished, after gain a precise pass from Tomas Rosicky.

  Five minutes before the second half was ended, Arsenal were given a late penalty after Benik Afobe was being pushed over in the box area by Luke Garrard. Arsenal striker Afobe converted the opportunity as the Gunners' second goal.
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19/July/14
Pre-Season Wimbledon vs Chelsea 2-3


Pre-Season Wimbledon vs Chelsea 2-3   Chelsea Came Back to Beat Wimbledon at Kingsmeadow. Wimbledon stunned Chelsea with Alan Bennett's early goal at 38 seconds. At 40th minute, the League Two football club were awarded with a penalty, when Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma brought down Matt Tubbs inside the box area. The Wimbledon forwarder converted the penalty as second goal of the match.

  The Blues came back from behind to score three goals in the final sixteen minutes. John Terry scored Chelsea's first goal at 74th minute. Mohamed Salah struck the equalizer for the visitors at nine minutes later, assisted by Baker. Baker assisted the Chelsea Captain to head in the winning goal at 90th minute and seal the final score as 2-3.
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19/July/14
Pre-Season Preston North End vs Liverpool 1-2


Pre-Season Preston North End vs Liverpool 1-2   Liverpool came back from behind to beat Preston North End 2-1 in friendly match at Deepdale, Preston.

  Josh Brownhill's goal put Preston ahead in the score board, before the first half was ended. The Preston North End midfielder struck the goal following a cross form the corner.

  Liverpool young players Suso and Kristoffer Peterson scored two second half goals within three minutes to seal the victory for The Reds. Jordon Ibe was another hero who contributed two assists in the match at 74th minute and 77th minute respectively.
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Manchester United Owner Malcolm Glazer Passed Away 28/May/14
Manchester United Owner Malcolm Glazer Passed Away

  Manchester United owner Malcolm Glazer Passed Away at the age of 85. Glazer, also owned the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers since year 1995.

  Buccaneers announced the news in their official website.

  In year 2005, Glazer purchased Manchester United with $1.47-billion. Since then, the club won five Premier League titles (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2013) and the 2008 Champions League title.

  A statement in the Manchester United official website reads: "Staff at Manchester United extend deep and sincere condolences to them all at this difficult time."

  Glazer appointed his sons Joel and Avram as joint chairmen of Manchester United's board. Estimated there will be no changes of the Glazer family's ownership of Red Devils.
 
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                              Tottenham Appointed Mauricio Pochettino as Manager After He Resigned from Southampton
27/May/14
Tottenham Appointed Mauricio Pochettino as Manager
After Pochettino Resigned from Southampton


  Mauricio Pochettino resigned from Southampton, after led The Saints to eighth place finish in EPL 2013/14. The Argentine was Espanyol coach, before he joined Southampton in January 2013.

  Pochettino guided the Saints with notable victories and trained home-grown stars such as Adam Lallana and Luke Shaw. He was voted as Barclays Manager of The Month during October 2013.

  After spent eighteen months at St. Mary's Stadium, the former Argentine National Team defender decided to move on to North London. Mauricio Pochettino has signed a five years contract with Tottenham. He is now Spurs' tenth manager in 12 years duration.

  In Tottenham official club website, Chairman Daniel Levy said: In Mauricio I believe we have a Head Coach who, with his high energy, attacking football, will embrace the style of play we associate with our Club. He has a proven ability to develop each player as an individual, whilst building great team spirit and a winning mentality.

  Pochettino joined Tottenham accompanied by his former colleagues from both Southampton and Espanyol: Jesús Pérez (Assistant Head Coach), Miguel D'Agostino (First Team Coach) and Toni Jiménez (Goalkeeper Coach).
 
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                        Manchester United Appointed Louis van Gaal as Manager
19/May/14
Manchester United Appointed Louis van Gaal as Manager
  Manchester United officially appointed Louis van Gaal to take over as manager from the EPL 2014/15 season. The Dutch national coach has signed a three years contract with the club. He will take up his post after the FIFA World Cup 2014, after his reign manage the Dutch national team.

  On 22 April 2014, Manchester United has departed with their former manager David Moyes , and assigned Ryan Giggs as care taker. After 295 days in reign, David Moyes only managed to lead the defending champions to earn 57 points after playing 34 Premier League. Giggs leads the club for the balance four matches , and United ended at seventh place, and being not qualified of Europe competitions for the following season.

  A statement in the Manchester United website reads: "In Louis van Gaal, we have secured the services of one of the outstanding managers in the game today. He has achieved many things in his career to date and Old Trafford provides him with a fitting stage on which to write new chapters in the Manchester United story."

  When Louis van Gaal was a football player, he played as midfielder for Ajax, Royal Antwerp, Telstar, Sparta Rotterdam and AZ. As a manager, he has won domestic titles and domestic cups in Neteherland, Spain and Germany, as well as the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Cup, an Intercontinental Cup, UEFA Super Cups and domestic Super Cups in Holland and Germany. He was named Dutch Sports Coach of The Year 2009 and voted as German Football Manager of The Year 2010.

  Since year 1986 Van Gaal involved in coaching as assistant coach at AZ. At year 1988 Van Gaal returned to Ajax as assistant manager and took over as manager at year 1991. He brought the club to a golden era by winning three consecutive Eredivisie titles, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup, UEFA Super Cup, KNVB Cup and Intercontinental Cup during his reign.

  Van Gaal joined Barcelona at year 1997 and lead the club to win La Liga title twice, Copa del Rey and UEFA SUper Cup. He returned to Netherlands National Team at year 2000 but the team were failed to qualify for the World Cup 2002.

  Van Gaal departed from the Dutch National Team and returned to Barcelona and Ajax for short duration respectively. He back to AZ as manager at year 2005 and won one Eredivisie titles at season 2008/09.

  Van Gaal took over as Bayern Munic coach at year 2009, and brought the club to win Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal and DFB Supercup. He was voted as German Football Manager of The Year 2010 during his reign at Bayern.

  At year 2012, Van Gaal was appointed as Netherland National Team coach again. He brought the team enter 2014 FIFA World Cup finals. After the national team duty, Van Gaal will start his new career as English Premier League manager at Manchester United.

  Red Devils also announced Ryan Giggs to be assistant manager. The veteran player with the most appearances in the club's history, was the care taker for the first team for the last four matches of the 2013/14 season, to replace the departed manager David Moyes. Meant while, Frans Hoek and Marcel Bout also join United as assistant coaches.
 
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                  FA Cup 2013-2014 Final Results Highlights
17/May/14
FA Cup Finals Results Highlights

Arsenal Came Back to Win 3-2 Against Hull
The Gunners Claimed First Trophy After Nine Years


  Finally Arsenal managed to win their first silverware after nine years. In the dramatic match of 2013/14 FA Cup Finals, Hull stunned Arsenal with scoring two early goals in the first nine minutes. The Gunners performed a remarkable come back, with hero Aaron Ramsey struck the winning goal at 109 minute to seal the crucial victory for Arsenal.

  James Chester opened the scoring for Hull at 4th minute, assisted by Tom Huddlestone. Huddlestone's shot was bounced into Chester's path, before the defender left footed shot past Arsenal keeper Lukasz Fabianski into the lower left corner of the net.

  Four minutes later, Hull captain Curtis Davies struck from 6-yards to help Hull leading 2-0 in the score board. After Alex Bruce's header had hit the post, Davies curled a right footed low shot from a tight angle into the middle of the net.

  At 17th minute, Santi Cazorla scored Arsenal's first goal with a superb free kick from the centre of the field! The Spanish midfielder's 30-yards powerful right footed shot past keeper Allan McGregor into the upper right corner of the net.

  Laurent Koscielny struck the crucial equalizer for Arsenal at 71st minute. With substitute forwarder Yaya Sanogo's shot was blocked and bounced to Koscielny's path. The French defender fired a right footed shot low through the middle of the net and helped Arsenal to level at 2-2 and march into extra time.

  Aaron Ramsey became the hero when he struck the winning goal for Arsenal at 109 minute. Olivier Giroud assisted the goal with a clever back-heel pass to Ramsey. The 23 years old Welsh midfielder powered a right footed shot past McGregor to the lower right corner and seal the victory for Gunners.
2013/14 FA Cup Finals Results
Date Match Results
17/May/14 Arsenal vs Hull 3-2
FA Cup 2013/14 Finals Results FA Cup 2013/14 Complete Results
 
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EPL 2013/14 Highlights

 
EPL 13/14 Match Week 38 Highlights
 
                  EPL 2013-14 Match Week 38 Results Highlights
11/May/14
EPL 2013-14 Match Week 38 Results Highlights

Manchester City the EPL 2013/14 Champions
The Citizens Scored Total of 102 Goals and Claimed 86 Points in the Dramatic Season

Liverpool Won 2-1 Against Newcastle
The Reds Won Second Place with Total of 101 Goals and 84 Points

Chelsea Came Back to Beat Cardiff 2-1

Arsenal Hammered Norwich 2-0

Tottenham Saw Off Villa 3-0

Man United Held 1-1 by Saints

Norwich Relegated Together with Fulham and Cardiff

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EPL 13/14 Match Week 37 Highlights
 
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07/May/14
EPL 2013-14 Match Week 37 Results Highlights

Man City Need Only One More Point to Become Champions
Citizen Beaten Villa 4-0
Dzeko Struck Twice Within 8 Minutes

Sunderland Survived for Next EPL Season
Poyet's Team Climbed Up to 14th Place

Manchester United Won 3-1 Against Hull
James Wilson Netted Twice
Giggs Stepped Off the Bench at 70th Minute
Robin van Persie Struck Late Goal at 86th minute

Palace Held Liverpool 3-3
Gayle's Two Late Goals Stunned Liverpool

Chelsea Held 0-0 by Norwich
Dented The Blues' Title Hope

Arsenal Won 1-0 Against Albion
Olivier Giroud Headed in the Winning Goal
Gunners Secured 4th Place

Man City Came Back to Beat Everton 3-2
Moved Up to Top of EPL Table

Man United Lost 0-1 to Sunderland
West Ham Beaten Tottenham 2-0
Who will be at 6th Place?

Stoke Saw Off Fulham 4-1
Newcatsle Hammered Cardiff 3-0
Fulham and Cardiff Confirmed Relegated

Villa Won 3-1 Against Hull

Southampton Beaten Swansea 1-0
Lambert Struck Stoppage Time Winning Goal

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EPL 13/14 Match Week 36 Highlights
 
                  EPL 2013-14 Match Week 36 Results Highlights
28/Apr/14
EPL 2013-14 Match Week 36 Results Highlights

Arsenal Won 3-0 Against Newcastle
The Gunners Remained at 4th Place
Four Points Clear of Everton

Chelsea Beaten Liverpool 2-0 at Anfield
Demba Ba Struck Opening Goal After Gerrard's Slip

Man City Won 2-0 Over Palace
City Only Three Points Behind The Reds
City Have One Game in Hand

Sunderland Hammered Cardiff 4-1
Black Cats Away from Relegation Zone

Manchester United Saw Off Norwich 4-0
In Gigg's First Match as Interim Manager

Saints Beaten Everton 2-0
The Toffees Scored Two Own Goals

Fulham were Held 2-2 by Hull
The Cottagers Remained Unsafe

Swansea Sunk Aston Villa 4-1
Bony Scored Twice

Tottenham Won 1-0
Spurs Remained at 5th Place;

Albion Beaten West Ham 1-0
Berahino Struck the Only Goal

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                  Manchester United Sacked Manager David Moyes
22/Apr/14
Manchester United Sacked Manager David Moyes

  Manchester United sacked manager David Moyes following their 2-0 away defeat to Everton during the weekend. The Red Devils is the ninth club who departed with their team managers in EPL 2013/14.
  David Moyes, with full name David William Moyes was a a retired Scotland footballer, whom played for numbers of high profile clubs such as Celtic, Cambridge United, Bristol City and Preston North End.
  After retired as a centre-back player, Moyes started his coaching career at Preston North End since year 1998. Subsequently, he managed Everton from year 2002-2013. Moyes won ten times Premier League Manager of the Month Award during his reign as Everton Manager.
  In May 2013, Moyes joined Manchester United as manager for a six-year contract, to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement at The Red Devils. He won his first trophy with Manchester United during August 2013, with a 2–0 victory over Wigan Athletic in the FA Community Shield.
  However, during season of EPL 2013/14, Manchester United only managed to win 17 games after played 34 Premier League matches. Currently The Red Devils are located at 7th place in EPL Table with thirteen points below the fourth place Arsenal.
  The Defending Champions are now confirmed not qualify for 2014/15 Champions League.
  Ryan Giggs was announced to take full responsibility for the first team until a permanent appointment can be made, following Moyes' departure.

                                         
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EPL 13/14 Match Week 35 Highlights
 
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21/Apr/14
EPL 2013-14 Match Week 35 Results Highlights

Man City Saw Off West Brom 3-1
Citizen Remained Title Hope

Liverpool Won 3-2 Against Norwich
The Reds Remained at Top with 80 Points

Everton Beaten Man United 2-0

Arsenal Hammered Hull City 3-0

Chelsea's First Home Defeat of The Season;
Sunderland Won 2-1
and Dented Chelsea's Title Hope;
Borini Struck Decisive Penalty at 82nd Minute

Tottenham Won 3-1
Fulham Remained at 19th Place

Cardiff Drew 1-1 Against Stoke

Swansea Beaten Newcastle 2-1 at St James' Park
Bony Scored Two Goals

Crystal Palace Defeated Wets Ham 1-0 at Upton Park

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EPL 13/14 Match Week 34 Highlights
 
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15/Apr/14
EPL 2013-14 Match Week 34 Results Highlights

Arsenal Came Back to Win 3-1
Podolski Scored Twice

Liverpool Won 3-2 Against Man City
The Reds Remained at Top

Chelsea Beaten Swansea 1-0
Again, Demba Ba the Hero

Fulham, Cardiff, Palace Won 1-0

Sunderland Lose 1-0
Everton Climbed to 4th Place

Tottemham Drew 3-3 with Albion
Eriksen Scored Crucial Equalizer during Stoppage-Time

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                  FA Cup 2013-2014 Semi Finals Results Highlights
13/Apr/14
FA Cup Semi Finals Results Highlights

Arsenal Beaten the Defending Champions Wigan
Won 4-2 Through Penalties


  In the dramatic match of 2013/14 FA Cup Semi Finals, Defending Champions Wigan Athletic was held 1-1 by Arsenal after extra time. The Gunners won 4-2 in penalties shoot out, to entered 2013/14 FA Cup Final.
  At 63rd minute, Wigan were awarded with a penalty when Per Mertesacker brought down Callum McManaman inside the box area. Jordi Gómez converted the penalty as a goal and put Wigan ahead.
  At eight minutes before second half was ended, Per Mertesacker headed the equalizer for Arsenal to the lower right corner of the net.
  The match entered into extra time when it's ended with 1-1 results for the first 90 minutes. Both team did not score any goal during extra time.
  Subsequently the match continued with penalties shoot out, with Arsenal won 4-2 through penalties kick. The Gunners goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski made two crucial saves to deny Gary Caldwell and Jack Collison's shots. Mikel Arteta, Kim Kallstrom, Olivier Giroud and Santi Cazorla made no mistake in their penalties shoot out and help Arsenal to enter to the stage final.

Hull Saw Off Sheffield United 5-3


  Hull book a place in 2013/14 FA Cup Final for the first time, after The Tigers came back to beat Sheffield United with a simple 5-3 victory.
  Jose Baxter opened the scoring for Sheffield United at 19th minute, assisted by John Brayford. Yannick Sagbo levelled the score as 1-1 at 42nd minute, but two minutes later Jamie Murphy assisted Stefan Scougall to struck and United were leading in the score board during half time.
  Matty Fryatt struck another the second equalizer for The Tigers at beginning of second half. Tom Huddlestone and Stephen Quinn struck two goals in the following eighteen minutes.
  Jamie Murphy volley home United's third goal at 90th minute, but this is not enough for the League One club. Midfielder David Meyler scored the fifth goal for Hull to ensure the final results as 5-3.

2013/14 FA Cup Semi Finals Results
Date Match Results
12/Apr/14 Wigan vs Arsenal 1-1
Penalties 2-4
13/Apr/14 Hull vs Sheffield United 5-3
FA Cup 2013/14 Semi Finals Results FA Cup 2013/14 Complete Results
FA Cup 2013/14 Final Fixtures FA Cup 2013/14 Final Fixtures
 
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EPL 13/14 Match Week 33 Highlights
 
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07/Apr/14
EPL 2013-14 Match Week 33 Results Highlights

Tottenham Sunk Sunderland 5-1

Liverpool Back to the Top Again
Gerrald Scored Two Penalties

Everton Won 3-0 Against Arsenal

Man United Won 4-0 at St James' Park
Mata Struck Twice and Assisted Once

Chelsea Won 3-0 Against Stoke

Man City Hammered The Saints 4-1

Fulham Won 2-1 at Villa Park
The Cottagers Jumped Out of Bottom of Table

Cardiff Lost 0-3 to Palace
Puncheon Struck Twice

Hull Defeated Swansea 1-0

Albion Beaten Norwich 1-0

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Norwich Sacked Manager Chris Hughton 06/Apr/14
Norwich Sacked Manager Chris Hughton

  Norwich City Football Club sacked manager Chris Hughton following their 0-1 home defeat to West Brom Albion during the Saturday match. The Canaries is the eighth club who departed with their team managers in EPL 2013/14.
  Chris Hughton, with full name Christopher William Gerard Hughton was a retired Ireland footballer, whom played for Tottenham, West Ham United and Brentford as defender.
  After retired as a full back player, Hughton started his coaching career at Tottenham. Subsequently, he managed Newcastle as Caretaker and appointed as first team manager to bring the relegated Newcastle back to Premier League at year 2010. After departed from Newcastle at December 2010, Hughton managed Birmingham for one season.
  Chris Hughton had been appointed as Norwich City manager since June 2012. Under Hughton's reign, The canaries finished at 11st place during the season of EPL 2012/13.
  During season of EPL 2013/14, Norwich only managed to win eight games after played 33 Premier League matches. Currently Norwich City are located at 17th place in EPL Table with only five points above the relegation zone.   Youth Coach Neil Adams was announced as the first team manager following Chris Hughton's departure.
 
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UEFA Champions League Quarter Finals First Leg Manchester United Chelsea Results Highlights 02/Apr/14
UEFA Champions League Quarter Finals First Leg Results Highlights

PSG Beaten Chelsea 3-1

  Paris Saint-Germain beaten Chelsea 3-1 at Parc des Princes, France in Champions League quarter-finals first leg.
  Ezequiel Lavezzi took only three minutes to open the scoring for the hosts. The PSG forwarder fired the ball from the centre of the box, passed keeper Petr Cech into the top left corner.
  At 26th minute, Chelsea were awarded with a penalty after Thiago Silva fouled Oscar in penalty area. Eden Hazard converted the penalty as Chelsea's equalizer.
  Unfortunately for The Blues, PSG were leading in the scoring board once again, when David Luiz scored an own goal at 61st minute, under pressure by Lavezzi.
  Seven minutes later, Zlatan Ibrahimovic left the field due to a serious injury. The Swedish striker will missed the Second Leg tier against Chelsea at England.
  Javier Pastore struck another crucial goal for PSG during stoppage-time, from a unique angle to the bottom right corner of the net. The subsitute midfielder was brought to the field eight minutes ago, before he struck the third goal for PSG.
  Chelsea will play against PSG in Champions League quarter-finals second leg on 08 April 2014, at Stamford Bridge.

Man United Living with Hope
Drew 1-1 with Bayern

  Manchester United 's dream of winning 2013/14 Champions League was still alive, after they drew 1-1 with Bayern München at Old Trafford in Champions League quarter-finals first leg tier.
  First half of the match was ended with goalless draw. United skipper Nemanja Vidic broke the deadlock at 58th minute with a powerful header, assisted by incoming skipper Wayne Rooney with a precise corner cross. Vidic was voted as Man of The Match of his contributions in persistence defending and scoring the crucial goal.
  Eight minutes later, Vidic's opener had been cancelled out by Bastian Schweinsteiger. The German star player ran into the box area, and fired Mario Mandzukic's headed pass into top left corner of the net.
  Schweinsteiger was sent off at 90th minute, when he received his second yellow card of the day, after brought down Wayne Rooney. The German will miss the second leg tier against Red Devils.
  United will play against Bayern in Champions League quarter-finals second leg on 09 April 2014, at Allianz Arena.

UEFA Champions League 2013/14
Quarter Finals Results
Date Match Tie Results
01/Apr/14 Man United vs Bayern Munich First Leg 1-1
02/Apr/14 PSG vs Chelsea First Leg 3-1
08/Apr/14 Chelsea vs PSG Second Leg ?-?
09/Apr/14 Bayern Munich vs Man United Second Leg ?-?

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EPL 13/14 Match Week 32 Highlights
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31/Mar/14
EPL 2013-14 Match Week 32 Results Highlights

Liverpool Sunk Tottenham 4-0
The Reds Climb Up to Top of Table

West Ham Won 2-1
Andy Carroll Shined
Sunderland Remained at Relegation Zone

Everton Beaten Fulham 3-1
The Toffees Only Four Points Behind Gunners

Arsenal Draw 1-1 with Man City

Man United Came Back to Win 4-1
Rooney Struck Twice

Crystal Palace Stunned Chelsea 1-0
Through John Terry's Own Goal

West Brom Held 3-3 by Cardiff
Thievy & Daehli Struck Stoppage Time Goals

Southampton Hammered Newcastle 4-0
Rodriguez Scored Two Goals

Swansea Saw Off Norwich 3-0
Guzman Scored Two Goals within 8 Minutes

Stoke Won 1-0 Against Hull

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EPL 13/14 Match Week 31 Highlights
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26/Mar/14
EPL 2013-14 Match Week 31 Results Highlights

Liverpool Beaten Black Cats 2-1
Gerrard's Superb Free Kick as Opener
Sturridge Struck his 20th Goal

West Ham Ended Losing Run
Hammered Ten-Men Hull 2-1

Man City won 3-0 in Derby
Dzeko Scored Opener at 43 Seconds

Arsenal Held 2-2 by Swansea
Flamini Struck Own Goal

Everton Won 3-0
Toffees Climbed to 5th Place Tottenham Came Back to Win 3-2
Eriksen Netted Twice & Assisted Once

Stoke Hit back Villa 4-1

Chelsea Sunk Arsenal 6-0
in Wenger's 1000th Game

Man United Won 2-0
Rooney Netted Two Goals

Man City Won 5-0 Against Fulham
Yaya Touré Hat-Trick

Liverpool Saw Off Cardiff 6-3
Luis Suárez Hat-Trick

Newcastle Beaten Palace 1-0
Cisse struck Winning Goal

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UEFA Europa League Round of 16 Second Leg Results Highlights 20/Mar/14
UEFA Europa League Round of 16 Second Leg Results Highlights

Tottenham were Eliminated from Europa League

  Tottenham were held 2-2 by Benfica in Europa League Round of 16 Second Leg tie. The only England team left in 2013/14 Europa League, were eliminated at Round of 16, after lost 3-5 aggregate to Benfica.
  Ezequiel Garay put Benfica ahead at 34th minute through a powerful header from 6-yards.
  Nacer Chadli struck two second goals for Tottenham within a minute, and added Spurs' hope to overturn the results. The Tottenham midfielder struck his first goal at 78th minute, through a powerful right footed shot from 20-yards into lower left corner of the net.
  Within a minute, subsitute Harry Kane found Chadli's path and the midfielder scored Tottenham's second goal with a fine left footed volley, passed keeper Jan Oblak into the net.
  The visitors earned a stoppage-time penalty, when Spurs midfielder Sandro brought down Lima inside the box area. The Benfica forwarder calmly fired the ball to the lower right corner and sealed the second tie results as 2-2.
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UEFA Champions League Round of 16 Second Leg Manchester United Chelsea Results Highlights 19/Mar/14
UEFA Champions League Round of 16 Second Leg Results Highlights (Part II)

Man United Won 3-0
RVP Struck Hat-Trick

  Robin Van Persie completed a hat-trick in the dramatic Second Leg Tie, to lead Red Devils to enter Champions League quarter-finals, with aggregate 3-2. Olympiakos beaten United 2-0 during UEFA Champions League Round of 16 First Leg tie three weeks ago.
  Manchester United was given a penalty, when Olympiakos defender Jose Holebas fouled RVP inside box area at 25th minute. The Dutch top scorer calmly converted the penalty as United's first goal.
  Just before first half was ended, Ryan Giggs and Wayne Rooney set up the second goal for the hosts. Rooney's precise delivery found RVP's path and the Dutch striker shot from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner of the net.
  At 51st minute, Robin Van Persie completed the hat-trick, with a superb left footed free kick shot, passed keeper Roberto Gago into the bottom left corner.
  During the dramatic night, veteran player Ryan Giggs had played the full 90 minutes and played a key role United's crucial victory. At 6th minute, Antonia Valencia has gained a serious eyes injury after a battle with Joel Campbell, but the United winger decided to continue playing after treatment. Unfortunately, the hat-trick hero Robin Van Persie was injured and left the pitch at 90th minute, after a rough tackle by Olympiakos midfielder Giannis Maniatis.

Chelsea Won 2-0 Against Galatasaray

  Chelsea beaten Galatasaray 2-0 at Stamford Bridge. The Blues marched on to Champions League quarter-finals with aggregate win 3-1 against Galatasaray.
  Galatasaray striker or former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba, was the main protagonist before the match, facing his former club and former boss Jose Mourinho in the battle. Besides that, it's the Roberto Mancini's first battle at England since he departed from Manchester City.
  Samuel Eto'o scored the opener for Chelsea at 4th minute, assisted by Oscar. The Chelsea forwarder found Oscar's through ball and fired the ball passed goalkeeper Fernando Muslera to to the centre of the goal.
  Gary Cahill added another goal for Chelsea at three minutes before first half was ended. When John Terry's header was saved by Muslera, Cahill followed with a powerful right footed shot to the high centre of the net.

UEFA Champions League 2013/14
Round of 16 Results
Date Match Tie Results
11/Mar/14 Atletico Madrid vs AC Milan Second Leg 4-1
11/Mar/14 Bayern Munich vs Arsenal Second Leg 1-1
12/Mar/14 Barcelona vs Man City Second Leg 2-1
12/Mar/14 PSG vs Bayer Leverkusen Second Leg 2-1
18/Mar/14 Chelsea vs Galatasaray Second Leg 2-0
18/Mar/14 Real Madrid vs Schalke 04 Second Leg 3-1
19/Mar/14 Dortmund vs Zenit St Petersburg Second Leg 1-2
19/Mar/14 Man United vs Olympiakos Second Leg 3-0

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Liverpool Saw Off United 3-0
at Old Trafford

Arsenal Beaten Tottenham 1-0
Rosicky Struck the Winning Goal

Villa Stunned the Nine-Men Chelsea
Fabian Delph Struck the Winning Goal

Ten-Men Manchester City Won 2-0
Kompany Sent Off at 10th Minute

Fulham Won 1-0 Against Newcastle

Saints Hammered Norwich 4-2

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UEFA Europa League Round of 16 First Leg Results Highlights 13/Mar/14
UEFA Europa League Round of 16 First Leg Results Highlights

Tottenham Lost 1-3 at Home

  Tottenham's hope of winning the Europa League trophy seems to be dented, after Benfica beaten Spurs 3-1 at White Hart Lane, in the Europa League Round of 16 First Leg tie.
  Rodrigo opened the scoring for Benfica at 29th minute. The Benfica forwarder received Ruben Amorim's through ball delivery and shot passed Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris into the net.
  Defender Luisão added another goal for Benfica at 58th minute. The unmarked Luisão headed in the impressive goal, assisted by Ruben Amorim once again.
  Five minutes later, Christian Eriksen scored the Spur's only goal, through a superb free-kick.
  Six minutes before second half was ended, Luisão struck his second goal of the night and sealed Benfica's 3-1 away victory.
  Tottenham will play against Benfica in Round of 16 Second Leg tie on 20 March 2014, at Estadio da Luz.

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08/Mar/14
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Arsenal Won 4-1 Against Everton
Giroud Struck Twice


  Arsenal saw off Everton 4-1 at Emirates Stadium. The simple victory helped Arsenal to earn a place in FA Cup Semi Finals.
  Mesut Özil opened the scoring for the Gunners at 7th minute, assisted by Santi Cazorla. Romelu Lukaku struck the equalizer for Everton at 32nd minute, after he get a fine cross from Ross Barkley.
  Arsenal were awarded with a penalty at 68th minute, when Gareth Barry brought down Oxlade-Chamberlain inside the box area. Mikel Arteta calmly sent the ball to the upper right corner and helped the hosts to lead again.
  At seven minutes before second half was ended, Olivier Giroud struck two goals within two minute. At 83rd minute, Giroud left footed shot passed Everton keeper Joel Robles into lower right corner, assisted by Bacary Sagna. Two minutes later, Giroud found Mesut Özil's cross at centre penalty area before he fired the ball to lower left corner of the net, and seal Arsenal's victory as 4-1.
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Chelsea Hammered Tottenham 4-0
Dembe Ba Scored Two Goals

Manchester United Won 3-0
Rooney Struck One Goal and Assisted One

Cardiff Beaten Fulham 3-1
Steven Caulker Struck Twice

Saints Won 1-0 Against Palace

Norwich Held 1-1 by Stoke


  Manchester United earned a comfortable away victory, after beaten West Brom 3-0 at The Hawthorns.
  Phil Jones headed in United 's first goal at 34th minute, assisted by Robin Van Persie.
  Wayne Rooney struck Man United's second goal through another powerful header, from a close area to the top left corner. Rooney assisted in the third goal with a through ball found Danny Welbeck. The England striker right footed shot passed former United keeper Ben Foster into the bottom right corner of the net.

  Tottenham suffered another huge lose, after Chelsea hammered them 4-0 at Stamford Bridge.
  Samuel Eto'o put Chelsea ahead at 56th minute, with a brilliant shot passed Hugo Lloris into the bottom left corner.
  Four minutes later, Eto involved in the second goal, since Chelsea were awarded with a penalty when Younes Kaboul brought Eto down inside the box area. Tottenham were reduced to ten men since Kaboul was given a straight red card after the incident.
  Substitute forwarder Demba Ba struck two goals just before second half was ended and seal the 4-0 comfort victory for Chelsea.
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Man City Come Back to Win 3-1


  Manchester City came back to win 3-1 against Sunderland, to earn their first trophy of the season.
  The Black Cats stunned City with Fabio Borini's 10th minute opener. Borini fired the shot from right penalty area passed City keeper Costel Pantilimon into lower left corner and gave Sunderland a half-time lead.
  Yaya Touré struck the crucial equalizer for Manchester City at 55th minute. Touré fired the powerful goal from the centre of the field, assisted by Pablo Zabaleta.
  One minute later, Samir Nasri found Aleksandar Kolarov's cross and struck to help City leading in the score board. Nasri was named Man of The Match following his superb midfielder performances.
  At 90th minute, Spanish midfielder Jesús Navas scored City's third goal from the centre of box area, assisted by Yaya Touré. Navas's goal helped Manchester City to seal 3-1 victory and Pellegrini earned his first trophy as City Manager.
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Tottenham Beaten Cardiff 1-0

Aston Villa Saw Off Norwich 4-1
Benteke Struck Twicce

Swansea Held 1-1 by Palace

Chelsea Remained at Top
Andre Schurrle Hat-Trick

Liverpool Beaten Saints 2-0
Suárez Shined Again

Stoke Stunned Arsenal 1-0
Walters Struck Winning Goal

Everton Won 1-0
Lukaku Returned to Score

Hull Lost 1-4 to Newcastle
Sissoko Struck Twice


  Aston Villa saw off Norwich City 4-1 at home, with Christian Benteke scored two goals within two minutes. Wesley Hoolahan took only three minutes to put Norwich ahead, through a fine finished from centre of the box. At 25th minute, Benteke struck the equalizer with a brilliant chest-control on Ron Vlaar's cross, before his volley the ball into the net. Two minutes later, Benteke scored his second goal through a header from close range into bottom left corner of the net. Defender Leandro Bacuna struck Villa's third goal at 37th minute, assisted by Andreas Weimann. Norwich defender Sebastien Bassong's own goal at four minutes later, helped the hosts to seal the 4-1 victory.

  Tottenham beaten Cardiff City 1-0 at White Hart Lane. Roberto Soldado's only goal at helped the Spurs remained at the fifth place, with only four points behind Manchester City. Cardiff remained at 19th place with only 22 points after played 28 Premier League matches.

  Swansea were held 1-1 by struggling team Crystal Palace at Liberty Stadium. Jonathan De Guzman opened the scoring for Swansea at 27th minute, with a fine finished to the bottom left corner of the net, assisted by Leon Britton. At 81st minute, Chico was sent off with a straight red card after the Swansea defender brought down Glenn Murray. Palace were given a penalty following Chico's fault. Murray made no mistake and calmly converted the opportunity as equalizer for the visitors.

  Chelsea Hammered Fulham 3-1 at Craven Cottage to remained at the summit of EPL Table. Andre Schürrle scored a second half hat-trick within 16 minutes to helped the blues to win full three points. Fulham continue struggling at the bottom of the table, after earned only 21 points after 28 matches.

  Stoke City might have dented Arsenal's title race, after the Potters beaten the Gunners 1-0 at Britannia Stadium. Man of the Match, Jonathan Walters converted the 76th minute penalty as the only goal of the match.

  Liverpool earned another remarkable away victory, after the Reds saw off Southampton 3-0 at St. Mary's Stadium. Luis Suárez involved in all three goals, since the Uruguayan scored Liverpool's opening goal at 16th minute, assisted in Raheem Sterling's goal and helped the visitors to gain a penalty after he was brought down by Jose Fonte during stoppage-time.
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UEFA Europa League Round of 32 Second Leg Results Highlights 27/Feb/14
UEFA Europa League Round of 32 Second Leg Results Highlights

Tottenham Come Back to Beat Dnipro 3-1 at Home

  Tottenham hammered Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 3-1 at White Hart Lane, and managed to enter Europa League Round of 16 with aggregate of 3-2. Jermain Defoe appeared during the break for an emotional farewell, before he leaving to join Toronto FC.
  Dnipro opened the scoring just after the interval, when Roman Zozulya headed ina fine goal at 48th minute. However, the striker was sent off at 62nd minute with a straight red card, for headbutting with Jan Vertonghen.
  Tottenham struck three second half goals within 13 minutes to secure the victory for the Spurs. Christian Eriksen struck the equalizer for the hosts at 56th minute, from 25-yards into bottom left-hand corner of the net.
  At 65th minute Emmanuel Adebayor struck from the centre penalty area, and helped Tottenham leadi ng in the score board. Four minutes later, Adebayor scored his second of the match pass keeper Denys Boyko into the lower right corner of the net and seal the victory as 3-1.
  Tottenham will play against Benfica in Round of 16 First Leg tie on 13 March 2014, at White Hart Lane.

Swansea Lost 1-3 to Napoli

  Swansea City were eliminated from UEFA Europa League, after they lost 3-1 to Napoli at San Paolo, Italy.
  Lorenzo Insigne opened the score for Napoli at 17th minute, assisted by Gonzalo Higuaín. Jonathan De Guzman scored the equalizer for Swansea at 30th minute, but it's not enough for the visitors.
  Higuaín struck Napoli's second goal from center of the box area. Gökhan Inler struck during injury time to seal the home victory for Napoli, with aggregate of 3-1.

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UEFA Champions League Round of 16 Results Highlights 26/Feb/14
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Man United Lost 2-0 to Olympiakos at Greece

  Olympiakos beaten Manchester United 2-0 during their UEFA Champions League Round of 16 First Leg tie at Karaiskaki Stadium.
  Seven minutes before the interval, Olympiakos midfielder Alejandro Domínguez deflected Giannis Maniatis's shot, past United keeper David de Gea into the bottom left corner of the net.
  At 54th minute, Olympiakos's on loan midfielder from Arsenal, Joel Campbell struck the second goal for the hosts. Campbell fired a powerful shot from 30-yards to the bottom left corner, assisted by Michael Olaitan.
  Manchester United will play against Olympiakos in Round of 16 Second Leg tie on 19 March 2014, at Old Trafford. United need to win by three clear goals in the second leg tie, for them to march on to the quarter finals stage.

Chelsea Draw 1-1 with Galatasaray

  Chelsea has became the only unbeaten Premier League team in UEFA Champions League Round of 16 First Leg ties. The match has became focus since it's a battle of the bosses: Roberto Mancini vs José Mourinho.
  Galatasaray striker or ex-Chelsea striker Didier Drogba facing his former club and former boss Mourinho in the battle. Galatasaray midfielder Wesley Sneijder was another focus since he playing against his former manager at Real Madrid.
  Fernando Torres opened the scoring and put Chelsea ahead using just 9 minute. Chelsea defender César Azpilicueta's cut-back found Torres's path, then the Spanish striker shot the ball to the centre of the net.
  Aurélien Chedjou struck the crucial equalizer for the hosts at 64th minute. The Galatasaray defender struck the goal from close range inside the box area, assisted by Wesley Sneijder with a corner cross.
  Chelsea will play against Galatasaray in Round of 16 Second Leg tie on 18 March 2014, at Stamford Bridge.

UEFA Champions League 2013/14
Round of 16 Results
Date Match Tie Results
18/Feb/14 Bayer Leverkusen vs PSG First Leg 0-4
18/Feb/14 Man City vs Barcelona First Leg 0-2
19/Feb/14 AC Milan vs Atletico Madrid First Leg 0-1
19/Feb/14 Arsenal vs Bayern Munich First Leg 0-2
25/Feb/14 Zenit St Petersburg vs Dortmund First Leg 2-4
25/Feb/14 Olympiakos vs Man United First Leg 2-0
26/Feb/14 Galatasaray vs Chelsea First Leg 1-1
26/Feb/14 Schalke 04 vs Real Madrid First Leg 1-6

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EPL 2013-14 Match Week 27 Results Highlights

Liverpool Beaten Swansea
in 4-3 Dramatic Victory at Anfield

Newcastle won 1-0
Loïc Remy Stoppage-Time Goal

Tottenham Lose 1-0 to Norwich

United Won 2-0 Against Palace

Chelsea Won 1-0 Through Stoppage-Time Goal

Arsenal Hammered Black Cats 4-1
Giroud Scored twice and Assisted Once

City Won 1-0
Yaya Toure Struck the Only Goal

Hull City Saw off Cardiff 4-0

West Ham Beaten The Saints 3-1

Fulham Drawn 1-1 in Magath's First Match


  Liverpool won 4-3 against Swansea in the dramatic match at Anfield. Jordan Henderson and Daniel Sturridge struck twice to seal the victory for the hosts. The Reds are now six points above Tottenham, which just defeated to the Canaries.

  Norwich stunned the Spurs with 1-0 victory at Carrow Road. Man of The Match Robert Snodgrass's only goal at 47th minute was sufficient for Norwich to climbed up to 14th place in EPL Table.

  Loïc Remy struck a late goal during stoppage time to earn full three points for Newcastle. At 92nd minute, Remy fired a superb goal from the centre of the box, past keeper Brad Guzan into the bottom left corner of the net.

  Manchester United beaten Crystal Palace 2-0 at Selhurst Park, and climbed up to sixth place in EPL Table. Robin Van Persie opened the scoring at 62nd minute through penalty kick, after Marouane Chamakh brought down Patrice Evra in penalty area. Six minutes later, Wayne Rooney celebrates his new contract with United by added another goal for Red Devils through a superb volley into the top right coner of the net.

  Chelsea beaten Everton 1-0, with John Terry struck the only goal during stoppage time. When Frank Lampard delivered a superb free-kick to the box area, with the captain left footed shot from very close range past keeper Tim Howard to seal their victory.

  Arsenal beaten the struggling Sunderland 4-1, with Man of the Match Olivier Giroud struck twice in the first 31 minutes, and assisted in Tomas Rosicky's goal. Laurent Koscielny headed in the Gunners' fourth goal and left the Black Cats continue struggling in relegation zone.
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Rooney Extended Contract with Manchester United 21/Feb/14
Rooney Extended Contract with Manchester United

  Wayne Rooney has signed a new contract with Manchester United with four years contract extension. This new contract will be keeping him at United until June 2009, when he is 33 years old. Rooney will become the club's ambassador when he retires from soccer games.
  Rooney has joined Manchester United from Everton since August 2004. The England striker has scored 208 goals in 430 appearances for the Red Devils. He is listed fourth in the club's all-time goalscorer table, named behind Jack Rowley (211 goals), Denis Law (237 goals) and Bobby Charlton (249 goals).
  The new contract giving the superb striker an estimated salary of £300000 a week, the highest pay in English Premier League. Rooney is expected to be become the new United captain during next season, with existing skipper Nemanja Vidic already officially announce he will be leaving the club this summer.
 
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UEFA Europa League Round of 32 Results Highlights 21/Feb/14
UEFA Europa League Round of 32 Results Highlights

Tottenham Lost 1-0 to Dnipro at Dnipro Arena

  Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk beaten Tottenham 1-0 in Europa League Round of 32 First Leg tie at Dnipro Arena.
  The hosts were awarded with a penalty when Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen pulling Nascimento Leite Matheus inside the box area. Dnipro forwarder Evgeni Konoplienka calmly converted the penalty to lower left corner of the net.
  Tottenham will play against Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk in Europa League Round of 32 Second Leg tie on 27 February 2014, at White Hart Lane.

Swansea Goalless Draw with Napoli at Home

  Italian Giants Napoli were held 0-0 by Swansea at Liberty Stadium. Swansea was leading by interim player-manager Garry Monk while former Liverpool manager and former Chelsea manager, Rafa Benitez is the manager of Napoli.
  Swansea had fired ten shots on target by in-form players Wilfried Bony, Chico, Ashley Williams and Nathan Dyers but both Napoli keepers Rafael and Pepe Reina made impressive saves to keep clean sheets for the visitors.
  Napoli will play against Swansea in Round of 32 Second Leg tie on 27 February 2014, at San Paolo.

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UEFA Champions League Round of 16 Results Highlights 18/Feb/14
UEFA Champions League Round of 16 First Leg Results Highlights (Part I)

Arsenal Lost 2-0 to Bayern at Emirates

  Bayern Munich saw off the ten-men Arsenal 2-0 at Emirates Stadium. In the dramatic Round of 16 first leg tie, both team missed an opportunity to score penalty during first half. The Gunners keeper Wojciech Szczesny was sent off at 37th minute, after brought down Arjen Robben.
  Toni Kroos almost put Bayern ahead at 3rd minute, when he left footed fired from 25-yard towards the top of the net. However Szczesny managed to tip over and save it from the top right corner.
  At 8th minute, Arsenal was given a penalty when Jerome Boateng fauled Mesut Özil in the penalty area. Özil failed to capitalize the penalty opportunity since his tame left footed shot was saved by Manuel Neuer in the centre of the goal.
  Arsenal was reduced to ten-men when goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny was being sent off at 37th minute. Szczesny was shown a straight red card following his actions bringing down Arjen Robben in the penalty area. Substitute keeper Lukasz Fabianski was brought to the field immediately to replace Santi Cazorla. This time, Bayern defender David Alaba also failed to capitalize the penalty opportunity when his left footed shot hits the base of left post.
  Bayern managed to break the deadlock at 54th minute, with Toni Kroos struck the opener, assisted by Philipp Lahm. Kroos fired a powerful shot from 20-yard, past keeper Lukasz Fabianski into the top-right corner.
  At 88th minute, Philipp Lahm again assisted in Bayern's goal, when his through ball found Thomas Müller's path. The substitute headed in the late goal to the bottom right corner to seal the 2-0 victory for Bayern.
  Bayern will play against Arsenal in Round of 16 Second Leg tie on 11 March 2014, at Allianz Arena.

Barcelona Beaten City 2-0 at Etihad Stadium

  Barcelona beaten Manchester City 2-0 during the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 First Leg tie at Etihad Stadium.
  The match was ended goalless after first half. Barcelona broke the deadlock at 54th minute, when Lionel Messi was brought down by City defender Martin Demichelis. Demichelis was sent off with a straight red card while the visitors were given with a penalty. Messi converted the penalty to the centre of the net to open the scoring for Barcelona.
  Dani Alves added another goal for Barcelona just before second half was ended. The defender exchanged passes with Neymar, before he fired the ball from a difficult angle to the bottom left corner.
  Barcelona will play against Manchester City in Round of 16 Second Leg tie on 12 March 2014, at Estadio Camp Nou.

UEFA Champions League 2013/14
Round of 16 Draw Results
Manchester City vs Barcelona
Olympiakos vs Manchester United
AC Milan vs Atletico Madrid
Bayer Leverkusen vs Paris Saint-Germain
Galatasaray vs Chelsea
Schalke 04 vs Real Madrid
Zenit St Petersburg vs Borussia Dortmund
Arsenal vs Bayern Munich

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16/Feb/14
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Arsenal Won 2-1 Against Liverpool
Chamberlain and Podolski struck

Everton Beaten Swansea 3-1
Steven Naismith Shined

Man City Beaten Chelsea 2-0
Jovetic and Nasri Struck

Sunderland Saw off Southampton
Gardner Scored the Only Goal

Cardiff Lose 1-2 to Wigan


  Arsenal saw off Liverpool 2-1 at Emirates Stadium. The remarkable victory helped Arsenal to earn a place in FA Cup Quarter Finals. During last weekend Premier League match session, Liverpool defeated Arsenal 5-1 at Anfield.
  Midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain opened the scoring for Arsenal at 16th minute through a right footed shot from the centre of box area. Lukas Podolski added another for the Gunners at beginning of second half.
  Liverpool was awarded with a penalty at 59th minute when Podolski fouled Luis Suárez at 59th minute. Steven Gerrard made no mistake to fired the ball to the lower left corner of the net. At 77th minute, Luis Suárez fired an on-target shot from the centre of the box area, but was saved by Arsenal keeper Lukasz Fabianski and seal the final score as 2-1.

  Everton eliminated Swansea 3-1 at Goodison Park. On-loan striker Lacina Traore put the hosts ahead at just 4th minute, assisted by Sylvain Distin. Eleven minutes later, midfielder Jonathan De Guzman struck the equalizer for Swansea through a powerful header.
  At 61st minute Steven Naismith was brought to the field to replace Lacina Traore. Four minutes later, super-sub Naismith helped Everton to lead again, when he right footed shot past keeper Gerhard Tremmel to the bottom left corner.
  Naismith involved in The Toffees' third goal when Swansea defender Ashley Richards committed a foul on him inside the box area. Leighton Baines converted the penalty as the hosts' third goal and sealed the 3-1 victory for Everton.

  Manchester City beaten Chelsea 2-0 at Etihad Stadium, to march on to FA Cup Quarter Finals. Stevan Jovetic and Samir Nasri struck at each interval to seal the winner for the Citizen.

  The EPL bottom team Sunderland eliminated Southampton 1-0 at Stadium of Light. Craig Gardner scored the only goal at 49th minute from the centre of the field to the upper left corner of the net!

  Cardiff lose 1-2 to Football League Championship club Wigan Athletics. Wigan defender Chris McCann opened the scoring for Wigan at 18th minute while Fraizer Campbell struck the equalizer for Cardiff at nine minutes later. Ben Watson stunned Cardiff when he fired the winning goal from the centre of the field to lower left corner of the net! Wigan were the defending Champions of 2012/13 FA Cup, after they beaten Manchester City 1-0 through Ben Watson's stoppage time header.

  The tie between Sheffield Wednesday and Charlton Athletic has been postponed due to severe weather conditions.

2013/14 FA Cup Fifth Round Results
Date Match Results
15/Feb/14 Sunderland vs Southampton 1-0
15/Feb/14 Cardiff vs Wigan 1-2
15/Feb/14 Sheffield Wednesday vs Charlton Athletic P-P
15/Feb/14 Man City vs Chelsea 2-0
16/Feb/14 Everton vs Swansea 3-1
16/Feb/14 Sheffield United vs Nottingham Forest 3-1
16/Feb/14 Arsenal vs Liverpool 2-1
17/Feb/14 Brighton & Hove Albion vs Hull 1-1
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Fulham Appointed Felix Magath as First Team Manager 14/Feb/14
Fulham Appointed Felix Magath as First Team Manager

  Fulham Football Club officially appointed Felix Magath as their first team manager, to replace René Meulensteen. The former Bayern Munich manager has signed a 18-months contract with the club.
  On 01 December 2013, Fulham has departed with their former manager Martin Jol , and assigned Meulensteen as their new manager on the same day. After 75 days in reign, René Meulensteen only managed to lead The Cottagers to win three out of their thirteen Premier League matches. Currently Fulham were located at bottom of EPL Table, with earning only 20 points after played 26 EPL matches.
  On 14 February 2014, Fulham became the first Premier League club who departed with two managers in the season of EPL 2013/14.
  A statement in the Fulham website reads: "I'm very happy to welcome Felix Magath to Fulham Football Club. Felix is an accomplished manager with multiple honours in the Bundesliga and a hunger to replicate his success with Fulham in the Barclays Premier League."
  Felix Magath started his soccer career playing for German Football Club Viktoria Aschaffenburg. The former West Germany midfielder retired after the 1986 World Cup due to serious knee injury.
  Since year 1992, Magath involved in coaching and became head coach of Bayern Munich in year 2004. He leads the Germany giants to win both Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal in back-to-back seasons. After Magath departed from Bayern in year 2007, he managed VfL Wolfsburg and Schalke 04 before he landed at Premier League as coach for the first time.
 
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EPL 13/14 Match Week 26 Highlights
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12/Feb/14
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Arsenal Goalless Draw with United

Liverpool Defeated Fulham 3-2
Gerrald Struck Late Penalty

Totteham Beaten Newcastle 4-0
Adebayor Struck Twice

City vs Sunderland Postponed
Everton vs Palace Postponed
Due to Severe Weather Conditions

Chelsea Held 1-1 by Wlbion
Anichebe Struck Late Equalizer

Southampton Beaten Hull 1-0
Jose Fonte Shined

West Ham Hammered Canaries 2-0

Cardiff Goalless Draw with Villa

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