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  • Man United loses 2-1 at Sunderland after late own goal

    Man United loses 2-1 at Sunderland after late own goal

    Associated Press
    Man United loses 2-1 at Sunderland after late own goal

    SUNDERLAND, England (AP) — A late own goal by goalkeeper David de Gea consigned Manchester United to a 2-1 loss at Sunderland in the Premier League on Saturday, dealing another blow to the team's ambitions of finishing in the Champions League qualification places. …

  • De Gea own goal hands Sunderland vital win

    De Gea own goal hands Sunderland vital win

    Reuters
    De Gea own goal hands Sunderland vital win

    Feb 13 (Reuters) - David de Gea's late own goal earned Sunderland a 2-1 win over Manchester United on Saturday and a vital three points in their bid for Premier League survival. Tunisian Wahbi Khazri gave the hosts the lead after three minutes when his wide free kick from 30 metres eluded everyone on its way into the far corner of the net. Anthony Martial grabbed the equaliser six minutes before halftime, the young French striker dinking the ball in from a tight angle after Sunderland keeper …

  • EPL: Jumapili Ni Vita ya Timu Nne Bora Uingereza

    EPL: Jumapili Ni Vita ya Timu Nne Bora Uingereza

    Goal.com
    EPL: Jumapili Ni Vita ya Timu Nne Bora Uingereza

    Ni vita ya timu zilizopo nne bora katika msimamo wa Ligi Kuu ya Uingereza, kila timu inayo nafasi ya kuwa bingwa msimu huu, lakini Arsenal na Leicester zinapewa nafasi zaidi …

  • Sunderland 2 Manchester United 1: De Gea own goal piles pressure back on Van Gaal

    Sunderland 2 Manchester United 1: De Gea own goal piles pressure back on Van Gaal

    Omnisport
    Sunderland 2 Manchester United 1: De Gea own goal piles pressure back on Van Gaal

    David de Gea's late own goal gave Sunderland a 2-1 win over Manchester United to put a major dent in Louis van Gaal's top-four hopes. …

  • First Pep, then Klopp: Augsburg relish 'dream' games

    First Pep, then Klopp: Augsburg relish 'dream' games

    AFP News
    First Pep, then Klopp: Augsburg relish 'dream' games

    Bundesliga strugglers Augsburg insist they are relishing their forthcoming dream home ties against Pep Guardiola's Bayern Munich on Sunday, then Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool in the next five days. Guardiola will bring runaway Bundesliga leaders Bayern to Augsburg's WWK Arena for a league clash before the same venue hosts Augsburg against Klopp's Liverpool next Thursday in the Round of 32, first-leg clash in the Europa League. …