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  • Protests mark Arsenal win, Townsend lifts Toon

    Protests mark Arsenal win, Townsend lifts Toon

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    Protests mark Arsenal win, Townsend lifts Toon

    A quick-fire goal from substitute Danny Welbeck united squabbling supporters as Arsenal defeated Norwich City 1-0 on Saturday to advance their pursuit of a Premier League top-four finish. Fans protesting against long-serving Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger were drowned out by supporters backing him before Welbeck's 59th-minute strike settled proceedings, keeping Norwich in the bottom three. Arsenal established a provisional eight-point cushion over the teams below the Champions League places, …

  • Flores laments mixed Hornets performance

    Flores laments mixed Hornets performance

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    Flores laments mixed Hornets performance

    Troy Deeney's late brace earned a dramatic 3-2 win for Watford over Aston Villa, a result that boss Quique Sanchez Flores felt was deserved …

  • Bale hits Real Madrid winner, Griezmann puts Atletico top

    Bale hits Real Madrid winner, Griezmann puts Atletico top

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    Bale hits Real Madrid winner, Griezmann puts Atletico top

    Gareth Bale's thunderous header 10 minutes from time inspired an under-strength Real Madrid to a hard-fought 1-0 win at Real Sociedad on Saturday. Barcelona are now three points adrift of Atletico, but can reclaim top spot with victory away to Real Betis later on Saturday. In the absence of the injured Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema, Bale stood out with a brilliant individual display capped by the winner to register Madrid's 10th straight La Liga win. …

  • Real Madrid, Atletico win to keep pressure on Barcelona

    Real Madrid, Atletico win to keep pressure on Barcelona

    Associated Press
    Real Madrid, Atletico win to keep pressure on Barcelona

    MADRID (AP) — Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid both won Saturday to keep the pressure on Barcelona atop the Spanish league. …

  • Zidane hopeful on Ronaldo, Benzema fitness for Manchester City

    Zidane hopeful on Ronaldo, Benzema fitness for Manchester City

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    Zidane hopeful on Ronaldo, Benzema fitness for Manchester City

    Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane remains hopeful Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema can overcome muscle strains to face Manchester City in their Champions League semi-final, second leg on Wednesday. The tie is delicately balanced at 0-0 after a stalemate in Manchester in the first leg on Tuesday. Ronaldo has missed Real's last three matches, including Saturday's Gareth Bale-inspired 1-0 win over Real Sociedad, due to a thigh problem. …