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  • Coach crash overshadows Rangers victory

    Coach crash overshadows Rangers victory

    AFP News
    Coach crash overshadows Rangers victory

    Rangers ended a run of four matches without a win in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday but their victory was overshadowed by a coach crash which left one fan dead and 18 others injured. The accident happened when the coach, believed to be carrying 36 fans plus the driver, overturned in East Ayrshire to the south of Glasgow en route to the afternoon match at Ibrox. On the pitch at Ibrox, Rangers defeated bottom-of-the-table Partick Thistle 2-0 in a Glasgow derby. …

  • Mason: Crazy spell cost Hull in Chelsea loss

    Mason: Crazy spell cost Hull in Chelsea loss

    Omnisport
    Mason: Crazy spell cost Hull in Chelsea loss

    Ryan Mason felt Hull matched Chelsea for long periods at the KCOM Stadium but were undone by quickfire goals from Willian and Diego Costa. …

  • Bayern held at home as Ancelotti misses record

    Bayern held at home as Ancelotti misses record

    AFP News
    Bayern held at home as Ancelotti misses record

    Leaders Bayern Munich dropped their first Bundesliga points of the season on Saturday as their 1-1 draw at home to Cologne denied Carlo Ancelotti a record-equalling sixth straight win. Joshua Kimmich's first-half header at Munich's Allianz Arena was cancelled out by Anthony Modeste's volley to break the Bavarian giants' 100 percent record in the league this season. It meant Ancelotti missed out on equalling the Bundesliga record of six straight wins for a coach in his debut season in …

  • Liverpool move second, Chelsea back to winning ways

    Liverpool move second, Chelsea back to winning ways

    Reuters
    Liverpool move second, Chelsea back to winning ways

    By Martyn Herman LONDON (Reuters) - Liverpool recovered from a poor start to beat Swansea City 2-1 and move second in the Premier League table on Saturday and Chelsea got back to winning ways at Hull City. Outplayed for half the match by struggling Swansea and trailing to an early goal by Leroy Fer, Liverpool were a different proposition after the break and took the points thanks to a late James Milner penalty. Liverpool, for whom Roberto Firmino equalised nine minutes after halftime, have …

  • Willian and Costa steady Chelsea ship

    Willian and Costa steady Chelsea ship

    AFP News
    Willian and Costa steady Chelsea ship

    Willian and Diego Costa scored twice in six second-half minutes as Chelsea won 2-0 at Hull City on Saturday to claim a first win in four Premier League games. Willian struck in the 61st minute after Chelsea launched one of a series of increasingly dangerous counter-attacks. Costa's pass picked out the Brazilian, who checked, putting his defender out of the game in the process, before curling an unstoppable shot into the top-right corner of the Hull goal. …