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Man. United moves ahead temporarily
April 24th, 2010 2:34PM

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[EUROPEAN RACES] Ryan Giggs scored twice from the penalty spot and Nani chipped the goalkeeper to lead Manchester United to a 3-1 win over Tottenham that temporarily gave it the lead again in the English Premier League.

In Germany, Bayern Munich and Schalke 04 are now tied for first place.

Inter Milan temporarily regained the lead in Serie A but may have lost Dutch star Wesley Sneijder for the second match of its Champions League series against Barcelona.

In Spain, Barcelona and Real Madrid both won to leave Barcelona with a one-point lead with four games to play. For all the Saturday action in the major European races and Sunday's television viewing information ...

ENGLAND 
79 Man. United (Saturday: vs. Tottenham, 3-1)
77 (-1 game) Chelsea (Sunday vs. Stoke City (11 am ET, TV: Fox Soccer Channel)
72 Arsenal (Saturday: vs. Man. City, 0-0)

FRANCE
68 (-1 game) Marseille (Sunday: vs. St. Etienne, 3 pm ET)
63
(-1 game) Auxerre (Sunday: at Toulouse, 11 am ET)
61 Lille (Saturday: vs. Le Mans, 2-1)
60 Montpellier (Saturday: at Nancy, 0-0)
59 (-1 game) Lyon (Saturday: vs. Monaco -- postponed)
58 (-1 game) Bordeaux (Saturday: at Lorient, 0-0)

GERMANY
64 (+37 goals) Bayern Munich (Saturday: at Bor. M'Gladbach, 1-1)
64 (+24 goals) Schalke 04 (Saturday: at Hertha Berlin, 1-0)

ITALY
73 Inter Milan (Saturday: vs. Atalanta, 3-1)
71 (-1 game) Roma (Sunday: vs. Sampdoria, 2:45 pm ET, TV: Fox Soccer Channel)
64 AC Milan (Saturday: at Palermo, 1-3)

SPAIN
87 Barcelona (Saturday: vs. Xerez, 3-1)
86 Real Madrid (Saturday: at Real Zaragoza, 2-1)



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