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We can´t think we´re unbeatable – Jesus
Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus has warned against complacency as his side continue their seemingly unstoppable march towards the Premier League title. Pep Guardiola's side registered a 6th consecutive league win as they thumped Tottenham 4- on Saturday to open up a 4-point gap at the summit of the table. That lead was reduced to ['30]

Lukaku´s love for West Brom behind muted celebration – Mourinho
Romelu Lukaku did not celebrate his goal against former team West Brom due to his love for the club, according to Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho. Lukaku opened the scoring in United's - win at The Hawthorns on Sunday, heading home Marcus Rashford's left-wing cross. But the Belgium international refused to celebrate his 0th Premier ['30]

Bournemouth 0 Liverpool 4: Coutinho sparkles as Reds return to winning ways
Philippe Coutinho was in dazzling form as Liverpool got back to winning ways with an impressive 4-0 victory over Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium on Sunday. A scintillating solo strike and an assist from Coutinho lifted Jurgen Klopp's side back up to fourth after successive draws against Everton and West Brom saw the gap to ['30]

Kaka Retires: Former clubs and team-mates pay tribute
Kaka's retirement from football at the age of 35 has understandably prompted an outpouring of affection from across the football world. The former Sao Paulo, AC Milan, Real Madrid and Orlando City star enjoyed a glittering career, winning Serie A, LaLiga and the Champions League, as well as the World Cup with Brazil in 00. Kaka ['30]

Dybala needs to be in better physical shape – Allegri
Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has defended his decision to drop Paulo Dybala for the 3-0 win over Bologna and suggested that the Argentine needs to get fitter. Miralem Pjanic, Mario Mandzukic and Blaise Matuidi were all on target as Juve closed the gap to Serie A leaders Napoli to just one point. Dybala did come on […]

Hearts break spell but Celtic join Milan, Porto among unbeaten elite
An emphatic 4-0 win for Hearts on Sunday saw Celtic's unbeaten domestic run finally come to an end after 55 Scottish Premiership games without tasting defeat. Outside of European competition, the Bhoys, who are chasing their seventh successive title this season, had not lost since going down - away to St Johnstone in May 06. ['30]