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Tottenham Hotspur rout Man United 3-0 to stay in title hunt

Tottenham netted three times in quick succession to close the gap on first placed Leicester to seven points, having watched the Foxes go 10 clear earlier on Sunday afternoon. Dele Alli broke the deadlock after 70 minutes, with Toby Alderweireld and Erik Lamela converting past David De Gea inside the next six minutes. However, those rapid moments of action in ...

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Leicester edge closer to title with 2-0 win over Sunderland

Leicester City put one hand on the Premier League trophy with a 2-0 win against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light. After a flat and tired performance in the first half, Jamie Vardy – who had previously been anonymous in terms of chances – showed his clinical ability in the box to fire the visitors ahead after 66 minutes. He then sealed ...

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Pacquiao retires after unanimous win over Timothy Bradley

If it was indeed the final fight of an unforgettable career that launched him from unspeakable poverty in the rural Philippines to worldwide fame and fortune, then Manny Pacquiao went out with the crowd-pleasing brio that was his calling card. The fighting congressman from Sarangani province dropped Timothy Bradley in the seventh and ninth rounds en route to a unanimous-decision ...

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Anthony Joshua beats Charles Martin to become world heavyweight champion

Anthony Joshua stopped Charles Martin in two rounds at London’s O2 Arena to claim the IBF heavyweight title in only his 16th professional fight. The Briton floored his American opponent with a peach of a right-hand counter and after Martin was knocked down again, the referee called a halt. The 26-year-old is his country’s sixth bona fide heavyweight world champion. ...

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Nasri goal fires Man City to 2-1 victory over West Brom

Manchester City maintained their grip on fourth place in the Premier League as Samir Nasri returned from injury to score the winner against West Brom. City had to come from behind after Stephane Sessegnon beat Joe Hart at his near post just six minutes in. Sessegnon then brought down Aleksandar Kolarov in the area to allow Sergio Aguero to equalise ...

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Sigurdsson goal gives Swansea 1-0 win over Chelsea

Swansea City reached the 40-point milestone with their first-ever Premier Leaguevictory over Chelsea. Gylfi Sigurdsson’s delightful first-half volley secured a 1-0 victory and took Swansea to the points total generally regarded as enough for top-flight survival. Sigurdsson’s strike, equalling Wilfried Bony’s record of 25 Premier League goals for Swansea, also inflicted a first league defeat on Chelsea since Guus Hiddink ...

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West Ham 3-3 Arsenal: Carroll hits hatrick to hold Gunners

Arsenal’s chances of winning the Premier League faded further as they played out a thrilling 3-3 draw with London rival West Ham at Upton Park. The Gunners looked to be easing to victory as they stormed into a 2-0 lead inside 35 minutes but Slaven Bilic’s resilient Hammers weren’t going to roll over on home soil. Ten minutes either side ...

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EPL Preview: West Ham host Arsenal in lunchtime kick-off

Kick-Off: 11:45 GMT West Ham have a full-strength squad for the visit of Arsenal. Midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate is available after his red card against Crystal Palace last week was rescinded. Arsenal midfielders Aaron Ramsey (thigh) and Mathieu Flamini (hamstring) could feature after recovering from thigh and hamstring injuries respectively. Keeper Petr Cech is expected to start after returning to the ...

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Mauricio Pochettino to be offered record deal to stay at Tottenham

Tottenham are ready to break the bank to keep manager Mauricio Pochettino. The Argentine signed a five-year contract when he moved to White Hart Lane from Southampton in May 2014, but chairman Daniel Levy is ready to tear up that deal and offer the 44-year-old bumper new terms. The Daily Mail is reporting Pochettino will be handed a fresh five-year ...

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Injured Henderson ruled out of season

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury and could be a doubt for England’s Euro 2016 campaign. The midfielder, who damaged ligaments in Thursday’s Europa League quarter-final draw at Borussia Dortmund, has been ruled out for six to eight weeks. England’s first Euro 2016 game is on 11 June, nine weeks away. ...

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