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  • Below-par Bayern end league slump as Real loom

    Below-par Bayern end league slump as Real loom

    AFP News
    Below-par Bayern end league slump as Real loom

    Bayern Munich ended a run of three Bundesliga games without victory in Saturday's unimpressive 2-0 win at bottom club Eintracht Braunschweig, four days before their Champions League semi-final at Real Madrid. Peru veteran Claudio Pizarro, 35, and Croatian striker Mario Mandzukic were on target with late goals in what was only Bayern's third win in their last seven games in all competitions. Despite enjoying their customary 65 percent possession and fielding a near full-strength team, Bayern …

  • Balotelli leads AC Milan to 5th straight win

    Balotelli leads AC Milan to 5th straight win

    Associated Press
    Balotelli leads AC Milan to 5th straight win

    ROME (AP) — Mario Balotelli set a personal record with his 14th goal of the Serie A season and set up another score as AC Milan beat visiting Livorno 3-0 on Saturday for its fifth straight win. …

  • Cardiff, Fulham fail to ease relegation fears

    Cardiff, Fulham fail to ease relegation fears

    Reuters
    Cardiff, Fulham fail to ease relegation fears

    The Premier League survival hopes of Cardiff City and Fulham remain no clearer after a draw with Stoke City and loss to Tottenham Hotspur respectively kept them marooned in the relegation zone with three matches remaining. Cardiff fought back from a goal down to draw 1-1 to move above 19th placed Fulham on goal difference after the west Londoners went down 3-1 at Spurs, who won with goals from Paulinho, Harry Kane and Younes Kaboul. …

  • Moyes holds Mata in high regard

    Moyes holds Mata in high regard

    GOAL.com
    Moyes holds Mata in high regard

    The Manchester United manager believes the £37.1m signing from Chelsea deserves more recognition for his displays at Old Trafford …

  • Magath says Fulham will survive despite Spurs loss

    Magath says Fulham will survive despite Spurs loss

    Reuters
    Magath says Fulham will survive despite Spurs loss

    By Josh Reich LONDON (Reuters) - Manager Felix Magath insists Fulham can avoid relegation despite Saturday's 3-1 defeat at Tottenham Hotspur that leaves them third from bottom of the Premier League with three matches remaining. Consecutive wins over Aston Villa and Norwich City had given the west Londoners hope they could produce a late relegation escape act but the defeat leaves them on 30 points, two behind 17th-placed Norwich City who host leaders Liverpool on Sunday. Brazil midfielder …