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Premier League 2014-2015: Sunderland v Arsenal - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.10.2014)

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Sunderland v Arsenal
Saturday 25 October 2014


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Premier League 2014-2015: Liverpool v Hull City - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.10.2014)

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Liverpool v Hull-City
Saturday 25 October 2014


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Premier League 2014-2015: West Ham United v Manchester City - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.10.2014)

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West Ham United v Manchester City
Saturday 25 October 2014


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Europa League 2014-2015 (Group Stage): Highlights and Review Show. (23.10.2014)

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Europa League Highlights and Review Show (BT Sports)
Thursday October 23, 2014


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Including Highlights Of :

Krasnodar - Wolfsburg
Rijeka - Feyenoord
Standard Liege - Sevilla
Lille - Everton
Slovan Bratislava - Sparta Praha
Young Boys - Napoli
AaB - Dynamo Kyiv
Steaua Bucuresti - Rio Ave
Dinamo Minsk - Guingamp
PAOK - Fiorentina
Trabzonspor - Lokeren
Metalist - Legia Warszawa
Villarreal - Zurich
Borussia M'gladbach - Apollon
Torino - HJK
Club Brugge - Kobenhavn
Tottenham Hotspur - Asteras Tripolis
Partizan - Besiktas
Celtic - Astra Giurgiu
Red Bull Salzburg - Dinamo Maksimir Zagreb
Estoril - Dinamo Moskva
PSV - Panathinaikos
Internazionale - Saint-Etienne
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk - Qarabag


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Tottenham v Asteras Tripolis - Europa League 2014-2015: Watch Online Full Match Replay. (23.10.2014)

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Tottenham v Asteras Tripolis
Thursday October 23, 2014


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The Premier League side had yet to taste victory in Group C prior to kick-off at White Hart Lane, but settled any early nerves by taking the lead through Kane in the 13th minute - his second Europa League strike of the season.
The Greek visitors were far from out of the contest, and had several chances to get back on level terms, but an extraordinary piece of skill from Lamela, commonly known as a ‘rabona’, in the process of scoring doubled the hosts' lead.
That incredible strike seemed to take the wind out of the visitors' sails, as they struggled to make any inroads on the Spurs goal afterwards.
Lamela got his second and Tottenham's third midway through the second half, powerfully volleying in at the near post to make sure of the three points for Spurs.
Kane: Strikes the opener for Tottenham
Kane bagged himself a treble late on, tapping in the loose ball after Asteras goalkeeper Tomas Kosicky had fumbled an effort from Mousa Dembele into his path, before heading in from close range to complete the rout.
Kane's eventful night was far from over, as he took the Spurs goalkeeper's jersey off the red-carded Lloris when no remaining substitutions were available to allow Michel Vorm to enter the fray.
From the resulting free-kick, Kane did allow a tame effort from Jeronimo Barrales to slip under him to give the visitors a late consolation, and add yet more drama to a fantastic match which seemed to have everything.
The result sees Mauricio Pochettino’s men move up to second in Group C with the return game in Greece next up, knowing that another win will go a long way to seeing Spurs qualify for the knockout stages.
Spurs got off to an edgy start, with a mistake from Etienne Capoue letting Pablo Mazza get in behind early on, but the winger dragged his shot well wide without troubling Lloris in the Tottenham goal.
However, as the visitors were looking dangerous in possession, Kane - just as he did against Besiktas - scored from distance to break the deadlock.
Kane: Celebrates the home team's fourth of the night
The England Under-21 striker had plenty of time to line the shot up, but capitalised in clinical fashion, firing his strike low and hard into the bottom corner.
Kane then almost turned creator for Capoue, but after a neat move and throughball from Kane, the French midfielder could not quite bring the ball under control, and Kosicky was out quickly to smother.
Asteras had a great chance to level through Facundo Parra, who saw his first effort well saved by Lloris, and then the rebound brilliantly blocked by Ben Davies, with Lloris stranded.
However Lamela, who had been quiet in the opening exchanges, lit up the Lane with incredible showmanship to send the home fans into raptures as he grabbed Spurs' second.
As the ball came across the edge of the box, Lamela wrapped his left leg around the back of his right and curled the ball past Kosicky, much to the amazement of everyone involved.
After the break, Spurs took their foot off the gas a little, and invited the visitors to attack, with some last-ditch defending needed to keep the Greeks at bay.
Lamela; The first of his two goals was an incredible effort
On the hour mark, Kane had a great chance to net another but as the ball was pulled back to him, his side-footed effort was tame, and easily saved by Kosicky.
Lamela again became the centre of attention by adding Spurs' third. He managed to find space in the box to get a shot away, which looped up off an Asteras defender, and the Argentina forward lashed the loose ball past Kosicky at his near post, with the pace of the volley his undoing.
Lloris, who had been a spectator for much of the match, then pulled off a stunning save high to his left, clawing a well-timed volley from Fernando Usero around the post.
Kane added a fourth for Spurs, tapping in following Dembele's powerful strike which swerved and cause Kosicky all sorts of problems, and then completed his first hat-trick for the club, heading home a Federico Fazio cross to put the icing on the cake.
Yet, just as the crowd thought the action was petering out, Lloris received his marching orders for a foul on the edge of the box, and with no substitutions left, Kane took the jersey for the remaining few minutes.
The stand-in conceded straight away, letting Barrales' free-kick slip underneath his despairing dive, to at least give the visiting Greeks something to shout about before the final whistle blew.
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Europa League 2014-2015: Tottenham v Asteras Tripolis - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (23.10.2014)

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Thursday October 23, 2014


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Europa League 2014-2015: LOSC Lille v Everton - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (23.10.2014)

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LOSC Lille v Everton
Thursday October 23, 2014


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Champions League 2014-2015: Highlights Review Show - UCL Goals (Skysports). (22.10.2014)

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UEFA Champions League: Skysports UCL Goals
Wednesday 22 October 2014

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Bayer - Zenit
Monaco - Benfica
Liverpool - Real Madrid
Ludogorets - Basel
Atletico Madrid - Malmo FF
Olympiakos - Juventus
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Anderlecht v Arsenal - UCL 2014-2015 (Group Stage): Watch Online Full Match Replay. (22.10.2014)

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Anderlecht v Arsenal
Wednesday, 22 October 2014


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A second-half Andy Najar header (71) looked certain to hand the visitors an embarrassing defeat and give the well-organised Belgians victory and second place in Group D.
But Kieran Gibbs got forward from left-back to volley an equaliser (89) and substitute Lukas Podolski slammed in his first of the season (90) to get Arsenal out of jail on Arsene Wenger's 65th birthday.
The result will scarcely paper over the cracks of an unconvincing performance, but Arsenal now have a five-point cushion on their nearest challengers for a knockout place, and group leaders Borussia Dortmund remain just three points clear.
Few in the travelling support could have foreseen such an ending on a night when - the energy of Alexis Sanchez aside - there was little to celebrate for 88 minutes.
Sanchez created an early, spurned chance for Santi Cazorla - about the only opportunity of note during a nondescript first half - and continued to provide his side's spark during a second half which opened up as it wore on.
The Chilean deflected Cazorla's free-kick too close to goalkeeper Sylvio Proto, whose one-handed stop from a Cazorla cross-shot moments later was all his own work.
Aaron Ramsey, otherwise quiet on his first start since last month's north London derby, shanked wide of the near post after more enterprise from Sanchez, but the half-chances represented rare moments of incision rather than a pattern of convincing Arsenal dominance.
Anderlecht's confidence grew, and when Dennis Praet escaped the attentions of makeshift centre-half Nacho Monreal to dig out a cross, Calum Chambers was never close enough to prevent Najar heading down and beyond Emi Martinez: the ninth game in 10 Arsenal have conceded.
Their young keeper had been a spectator for the most part, but in a frantic finish he watched Anthony Vanden Borre miscue against the bar and benefited from Matias Suarez's poor touch when the home sub was clean through.
Anderlecht paid a heavy price for that piece of miscontrol: Gibbs made a late appearance in the box to side-foot in Chambers' cross before Podolski won it, smashing in from close range as a centre from Sanchez rebounded obligingly at his feet.
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Liverpool v Real Madrid - UCL 2014-2015 (Group Stage): Watch Online Full Match Replay. (22.10.2014)

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Liverpool v Real Madrid
Wednesday, 22 October 2014


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Cristiano Ronaldo netted his 70th Champions League goal with a stunning finish to set Real on their way midway through the first half.
Karim Benzema added a second on 30 minutes with a brilliant looping header and he put the game beyond Liverpool before half-time with a simple finish after more suspect defending from the home side.
Liverpool tried to rally in the second half, but Real held them at bay comfortably to secure their first win in their illustrious history over the Merseyside outfit
Liverpool tried to make a fast start and on 10 minutes Steven Gerrard found space on the edge of the box and fired in a dipping shot which Iker Casillas pushed away at full stretch.
But, after working their way into the contest, Real struck on 23 minutes with a superb effort from Ronaldo as he scored his first goal at Anfield.
Ronaldo started the move working the ball to James Rodriguez before collecting the Colombian's superb lofted return pass into the box and firing a brilliant shot under pressure from Martin Skrtel into the corner of Simon Mignolet's net.
The former Manchester United player went close to scoring again five minutes later when he cut past Steven Gerrard on the edge of the box and fizzed his shot just wide of the target.
Real doubled their lead on the half hour mark when Liverpool only half cleared a corner and Toni Kroos had time to pick out Benzema at the far post, the Frenchman looping his header brilliantly over Mignolet into the far corner from a tight angle.
Things got even worse for Liverpool four minutes before the break as they gifted Benzema his second goal of the game and surely one of the easiest of his career.
Mignolet and Skrtel made a mess of dealing with a corner and Benzema was on hand to gleefully slot the ball into the empty net.
Liverpool tried to rally before half-time and Joe Allen fired a shot wide of the target after being picked out by Mario Balotelli inside the box.
The home side were inches away from reducing the arrears right on the stroke of half-time as Philippe Coutinho smashed a shot from 25 yards out against the post with Casillas well beaten.
Brendan Rodgers made a change at the break with Balotelli making way for Adam Lallana and although the former Southampton man added guile to the Liverpool attack they struggled to make any inroads into the Real defence.
Real looked the more likelier to score again as they looked to hit Liverpool on the break and Ronaldo forced Mignolet into a good save after being gifted the ball by Dejan Lovren.
Ronaldo really should have made it 4-0 on 64 minutes when Benzema flicked Isco's cross into the path of Ronaldo in front of goal and with only Mignolet to beat the Portuguese star saw his shot kept out by the legs of the Liverpool keeper.
Liverpool huffed and puffed in the closing stages, but never looked like getting back into the game as Real coasted through to the final whistle.
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