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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, April 28, 2014
Jose Mourinho hailed his "amazing" players for producing a "beautiful victory" at Anfield on Sunday as Chelsea beat Liverpool 2-0 to reignite the Premier League title race. Meanwhile, Liverpool's Brendan Rodgers summed up his feelings about Mourinho's defensive approach to the game when he said: "there were probably two buses ... Read the whole story
The La Liga title race in Spain remained tight over the weekend as Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Barcelona all won their respective games. Atleti earned its first win at the Mestalla in nearly 11 years when a solitary goal from Raul Garcia was enough to see off Valencia, 1-0. ... Read the whole story
Speaking ahead of the second-leg of Real Madrid's UEFA Champions League semifinal against Bayern Munich, coach Carlo Ancelotti on Monday acknowledged the importance of winning 'La Decima' -- the Spanish buzzword for a record 10th European Cup -- to the club. Read the whole story
Pep Guardiola acknowledged that some in the press have already written off his Bayern Munich squad off ahead of the return-leg of the UEFA Champions League semifinal in Munich on Tuesday. Real Madrid took the first-leg, 1-0, at the Bernabeu last Wednesday and is the favorite to progress to the ... Read the whole story
Gus Poyet has said that Sunderland's 4-0 thrashing of Cardiff City "feels fantastic" as the win, which once again saw USA striker Jozy Altidore left on the substitutes' bench, saw the Black Cats pull themselves out of the Premier League's relegation zone. Sunderland now has seven points from its last ... Read the whole story
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has been named the Professional Footballers Association Player of the Year for the current season, marking an extraordinary turnaround for a player who was caught on camera biting the arm of Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic and banned for 10 Premier League games almost a year ago ... Read the whole story
AS Roma coach Rudi Garcia described Juventus boss Antonio Conte as seeming "nervous" following the Giallorossi's 2-0 win at home to AC Milan on Friday. Roma cut the gap at the top to five points with Friday's victory, although Juve has a game in hand which it plays later Monday. ... Read the whole story


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