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Saturday 25 October, 2014

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Gary Lineker presents highlights of the latest Premier League matches, including West Ham United v Manchester City at Upton Park and Liverpool v Hull City at Anfield. The Hammers were looking to claim another notable scalp having already defeated Liverpool at home this season, while the Tigers were aiming to win away to the Reds for the first time in their history. Plus, action from Southampton v Stoke City, Sunderland v Arsenal, West Bromwich Albion v Crystal Palace and Swansea City v Leicester City




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Although unable to match their goal-scoring exploits from the 8-0 win over Sunderland last weekend, Ronald Koeman's side secured three points thanks to a goal from Sadio Mane.
Graziano Pelle was denied a second goal by the crossbar but their stingy defence held on well and the points allowed them to leapfrog Manchester City - they are now sitting three points behind Chelsea who take on Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday.
City were beaten 2-1 by West Ham in the lunchtime kick-off, with Diafra Sakho continuing his fine scoring run as Sam Allardyce's side retained fourth place.
Morgan Amalfitano gave the Hammers a 21st minute lead and Sakho scored in his sixth consecutive game to add to their lead with 15 minutes to go.
David Silva responded two minutes later but West Ham's defence held off a series of attacks to secure the points and leave City in danger of dropping eight points behind Chelsea.
Arsenal gave manager Arsene Wenger three Premier League points as a 65th birthday present as they beat Sunderland 2-0 at the Stadium of Light,
Alexis Sanchez continued to pay back his summer transfer fee with the opening goal of the game on the half-hour, and he sealed victory with his second in injury time.
West Brom snatched a 2-2 draw at home to Crystal Palace with the in-form Saido Berahino scoring from the penalty spot in injury-time of a controversial game.
Palace led 2-0 thanks to Brede Hangeland's header and a penalty from Mile Jedinak, but they were under pressure for much of the second-half after Victor Anichebe's 51st minute goal for the Baggies.
It took until injury-time for Berahino to level the scores, the penalty given by referee Mark Clattenburg for a foul on Anichebe - Palace were also left to complain about not being given another spot-kick in the first-half.
And there were no goals in the final 3pm kick-off with Liverpool held to a frustrating 0-0 draw at home to Hull City.
Under-fire striker Mario Balotelli missed the best chance of the game - fluffing his lines from three yards out - with just about the final kick and they drop into seventh.
Wilfried Bony scored both goals in the evening kick-off to lead Swansea City to a 2-0 win over Leicester at the Liberty Stadium.
Victory for Garry Monk's side lifted them above Liverpool into sixth.
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Serie A 2014-2015: Sampdoria v Roma Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.10.2014)

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Premier League 2014-2015: BBC Match of the day (MOTD) - Watch Online Full Show Replay. (25.10.2014)

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Saturday 25 October, 2014

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Gary Lineker presents highlights of the latest Premier League matches, including West Ham United v Manchester City at Upton Park and Liverpool v Hull City at Anfield. The Hammers were looking to claim another notable scalp having already defeated Liverpool at home this season, while the Tigers were aiming to win away to the Reds for the first time in their history. Plus, action from Southampton v Stoke City, Sunderland v Arsenal, West Bromwich Albion v Crystal Palace and Swansea City v Leicester City




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Bundesliga 2014-2015: Borussia Dortmund v Hannover 96 - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.10.2014)

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Saturday 25 October, 2014


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

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Saturday 25 October 2014


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Premier League 2014-2015: West Bromwich Albion v Crystal Palace - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.10.2014)

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Saturday 25 October 2014


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La Liga 2014-2015 (El Clasico @Bernabéu): Real Madrid v Barcelona Post Match Analysis and Interview (Skysports). (25.10.2014)

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Real Madrid v FC Barcelona
Saturday October 25, 2014

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Real Madrid - Casillas, Marcelo, Pepe, Ramos, Carvajal, Kroos, Modric, James, Isco, Benzema, Ronaldo.
Barcelona - Bravo, Mathieu, Pique, Mascherano, Alves, Busquets, Xavi, Iniesta, Neymar, Messi, SUAREZ.
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Luis Suarez's return to football ended in defeat as Real Madrid claimed victory over Barcelona in the first Clasico of the season.
The Uruguayan made his first competitive appearance following his fourth-month ban from the sport for biting Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup, with Luis Enrique handing the striker a place in the starting line-up.
However, he failed to make an impact as Los Blancos blew away their Catalan rivals with an astonishing display of pacy, counter-attacking football at the Bernabeu.
The result means that Carlo Ancelotti’s side have closed the gap on Barca to just a single point at the top of the Spanish Liga table, completing an impressive week for Real following their Champions League win over Liverpool on Wednesday.
Neymar had given the visitors an early lead with a well-taken finish, only for Cristiano Ronaldo to net from the spot after a blatant handball by Gerard Pique.
Pepe then gave Real the lead five minutes into the second half, with Karim Benzema adding a third just after the hour mark, finishing off a rapid counter-attacking move with a sweet finish off the inside of the post.
Suarez was withdrawn with 20 minutes left, as Real Madrid claimed a crucial victory in their efforts to secure a first Liga title in three years.

MAN OF THE MATCH – Karim Benzema (Real Madrid): The French striker has become a big game player for Real Madrid. Benzema has now scored in each of his last three league Clasico games, and was at his fast and furious best against Barca once again. He could have, and probably should have, scored more than just once, proving too much for Pique throughout the game.
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Sunderland v Arsenal - Premier League 2014-2015: Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.10.2014)

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Saturday 25 October 2014


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Gus Poyet’s side fared considerably better than in their last outing – when they were hammered 8-0 by Southampton – but were once again left to count the cost of defensive mistakes. Best of the match Man of the match: Alexis Sanchez. In a game in which few players rose above the ordinary, Sanchez’s killer instincts saw him grab a deadly double. Goal of the match: Wes Brown may have made a horrendous error to send him clear on goal, but Sanchez showed great composure to clip the ball over Vito Mannone. Moment of the match: Sunderland were well in the game and holding their own until Brown gifted Arsenal an opportunity to break the deadlock. Talking point: How can Sunderland stop the costly errors? Have Arsenal got enough to secure a top-four finish? Brown, one of their seasoned performers, got himself in a horrible mess on the half-hour mark. With the ball caught under his feet, he tried to bundle back to Mannone but only succeeded in presenting Sanchez with a clear run on goal – with the talented Chilean keeping his composure to casually dink over the advancing Sunderland goalkeeper. Arsenal were once again far from their best but wrapped up the points in the dying seconds when Mannone took a heavy touch inside his own box and Sanchez gratefully accepted the gift to rattle into an empty net. Humiliation The home side's humiliation on the south cost last weekend had cast long shadows and head coach Poyet sent his team out demanding a reaction, although that was always going to be easier said than done against an Arsenal team packed with talent, although depleted by injury and suspension. However, the Uruguayan could only look on helplessly as his players initially struggled to shake off the trauma of their Southampton nightmare. The Gunners, predictably, retained possession with ease as Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Flamini supplied the excellent Sanchez, Santi Cazorla and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain ahead of them to repeatedly stretch the home defence. By contrast, the Black Cats at times treated the ball as if it were a live hand-grenade as they retreated ever deeper towards Mannone. Danny Welbeck: Helped Arsenal to three points against former loan employers However, for all their early dominance, the visitors struggled to create clear openings with former Sunderland loanee Danny Welbeck sending a swerving, dipping 15th-minute effort on to the roof of the net after Sanchez had fired wide from distance. Outlet Poyet's men only rarely managed to venture into enemy territory with the left flank their only real outlet, and while winger Will Buckley tested defender Calum Chambers on several occasions, it was full-back Patrick van Aanholt who forced an important 25th-minute block from Per Mertesacker after running on to Sebastian Larsson's pass. But it was Mertesacker's clearance which indirectly led to the opening goal. Oxlade-Chamberlain: we deserved win Brown looked to have the ball under control just inside his own half and turned neatly away from Sanchez in order to play it back to Mannone. However, his disastrous miskick allowed the Chilean to run through on goal and delicately chip the onrushing keeper. Cazorla and Arteta both went close as the Gunners looked to kill the game off before half-time, although the home side managed to escape further damage. Whatever Poyet said during the break appeared to have an effect as his players returned in far more determined mood and set up camp much higher up the pitch. Productive Poyet laments mistakes He was forced into a 50th-minute reshuffle when lone striker Steven Fletcher limped off to be replaced by Connor Wickham, and the newcomer arrived with his team enjoying their most productive period of the game to that point with midfielder Jack Rodwell forcing a save from Wojciech Szczesny with a firm header two minutes later. For the first time in the game, the Arsenal rearguard found itself under concerted pressure, although the home side's frailty at the back invited further pressure with Brown almost serving possession up to Chambers before Van Aanholt's aimless clearance allowed Sanchez to test Mannone from distance. Larsson warmed Szczesny's hands with a 65th-minute drive from 25 yards and substitute Jozy Altidore looped a header towards goal from Van Aanholt's inviting cross with 14 minutes remaining. Wenger pleased with win However, the United States international fluffed his lines two minutes later when, having been picked out with a raking long pass by fellow substitute Jordi Gomez, he scuffed a volley harmlessly across the penalty area. Szczesny very nearly handed Van Aanholt on 81st-minute opportunity to level when, fearing he was about to step outside his area, he headed the ball straight to the full-back wide on the left, although the Dutchman's long-range effort sailed wide of the far post with Mertesacker racing back to cover for his keeper. But disaster struck at the death when Mannone failed to control Buckley's back-pass and Sanchez added a second from close range. Phil Thompson’s verdict Thompson unimpressed by Arsenal It was two horrendous mistakes and for all the possession Arsenal had in the game, certainly in the first half, they have got to be having more attempts on target. This was an extremely nervous Sunderland side and for all the possession Arsenal had they should have won this more comfortably. The goals were absolutely shocking. When they analyse them on Sunday morning they will see them and think ‘why?’ Wes Brown had plenty of time on the ball and yet he let Sanchez, who was Arsenal’s best player, get away. The second one was in injury time and they just had to clear their lines. Mannone couldn’t sort his feet out and hit it straight to Sanchez. Two mistakes cost them.
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El Clasico @Bernabéu - La Liga 2014-2015 (El Clasico @Bernabéu): Real Madrid v Barcelona Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.10.2014)

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Saturday October 25, 2014

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Real Madrid - Casillas, Marcelo, Pepe, Ramos, Carvajal, Kroos, Modric, James, Isco, Benzema, Ronaldo.
Barcelona - Bravo, Mathieu, Pique, Mascherano, Alves, Busquets, Xavi, Iniesta, Neymar, Messi, SUAREZ.
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Brazilian superstar Neymar opened the scoring early on in the Spanish capital, but Real moved to within one point of the La Liga summit as Cristiano Ronaldo, Pepe and Karim Benzema offered the perfect response.
There were just four minutes on the clock when Barcelona got off to a dream start, with debutant Luis Suarez – back in competitive action after serving a four-month ban – spreading play to Neymar, who cut inside off the left and drilled low into the bottom corner.
That was to be as good as it got for the visitors, with parity restored on 35 minutes as Gerard Pique was penalised for handling a Marcelo cross and Ronaldo made no mistake from the penalty spot as he sent Claudio Bravo the wrong way.
Cristiano Ronaldo: On target again as he converted from the spot
Six minutes into the second half and Real edged in front as Pepe powered home a header from a corner.
Benzema then made it three just past the hour mark, with a flowing move that involved Isco, Ronaldo and James Rodriguez rounded off by the French striker as he fired across Bravo from just inside the box.
Carlo Ancelotti made two changes to the team that had crushed Liverpool in midweek, bringing in Dani Carvajal and Sergio Ramos for Alvaro Arbeloa and Raphael Varane, while Luis Enrique picked Jeremy Mathieu at left-back instead of Jordi Alba and chose Xavi over Ivan Rakitic in midfield.
Suarez made his competitive debut for Barca 18 hours after his ban for biting Italy Giorgio Chiellini during the World Cup came to an end.
Barcelona turned up on enemy territory top of the table and without having conceded a league goal and needed just four minutes to break the deadlock.
Xavi spread the play out to Suarez on the right-hand side and the debutant picked out Neymar unmarked on the edge of the area, with the Brazilian cutting inside to the right to drive the ball into the far corner, leaving Iker Casillas and 75,000 Madrid fans stunned.
Luis Suarez: Made his return to competitive action
The hosts wasted no time in responding with a barrage of attacks. Benzema beat Bravo to a ball over the top but was unable to steer his shot on target.
Then Marcelo's cutback fell just a yard or two beyond Benzema. It was not long before the Frenchman was bearing down on goal yet again, first heading a cross from Ronaldo onto the bar and then controlling the rebound and striking the near post.
Barca took their time to rearm but came within inches of a second midway through the first half. Suarez again found space on the right and drilled the ball across to Lionel Messi at the far post but Casillas was able to put off the Argentinian and force a corner.
Neymar then found space in the area but was robbed before he could shoot by Carvajal.
There had been four failed penalty appeals in total by the half hour but referee Jesus Gil Manzano pointed to the spot at the fifth time of asking, penalising Pique for touching the ball with his hand as he slid to the floor to defend Marcelo's cross.
Ronaldo stepped up confidently to slam the spot-kick into the bottom corner and become the first player to score against Barcelona in the league this season. It was also the prolific Portuguese's 15th consecutive league goal at the Bernabeu.
Madrid could have even nosed ahead just before the break, Rodriguez ghosting in to meet a Marcelo cross but heading wide.
Madrid made a strong start to the second half and won a corner when Pique deflected Ronaldo's shot wide. Toni Kroos sent an out-swinging corner into the heart of the box where Pepe leapt to nod into the net.
But Barca nearly hit back, Mathieu's rasping drive tipped around the post by Casillas.
The visitors pushed for an equaliser but conceded the killer third goal after winning a corner. Rakitic's low corner was intercepted by Ronaldo, who launched a quick break. An error by Andres Iniesta on the touchline allowed Isco to find Ronaldo, who in turn released Rodriguez before the ball dropped to Benzema to fire in off the far post.
Barca were undone by a combination of their own mistakes and Madrid's blistering power on the break. They never recovered, and their arch rivals marched on to their ninth straight win in all competitions.
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Liverpool v Hull City - Premier League 2014-2015: Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.10.2014)

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Saturday 25 October 2014


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Liverpool failed to score at home for the second straight game as they were held to a 0-0 draw by Hull City in a lacklustre game at Anfield. The Reds bossed possession in the match but were unable to convert that into many meaningful scoring opportunities as their struggles following the departure of Luis Suarez and absence of Daniel Sturridge continued. Moments of the match Man of the match: Philippe Coutinho might only have been on the pitch for half-an-hour, but the Brazilian put in an excellent display and Liverpool will be left wondering how they didn't win that. Moment of the match: Eldin Jakupovic coming up with a massive save for his side right at the death, denying Mario Balotelli from close range. Attempt of the match: Philippe Coutinho doing extremely well to keep hold of the ball on the edge of the box, before unleashing a fierce shot on goal, only to be denied by Eldin Jakupovic . Save of the match: Eldin Jakupovic getting his finger tips to the ball to tip Philippe Coutinho's fierce shot from distance over the cross bar. After Liverpool’s comprehensive 3-0 defeat by Real Madrid on Wednesday, this result will do little to improve the mood of Brendan Rodgers, who watched under-fire striker Mario Balotelli struggle once again. The game’s first chance came in the tenth minute when Dejan Lovren rose highest to head Steven Gerrard’s corner goalwards but Ahmed Elmohamady cleared off the line with Tigers goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic well beaten. Liverpool threatened again soon after when Raheem Sterling’s clever through ball put Mario Balotelli in behind but the Italian’s shot was turned aside by Jakupovic. The home side had a penalty appeal waved away when James Chester appeared to hack Adam Lallana down after the England midfielder had crossed the ball but referee Neil Swarbrick was unmoved. Hull boss Steve Bruce said his players were terrific against Liverpool Jake Livermore had the chance to put the visitors ahead on 42 minutes after Hatem Ben Arfa cut the ball back from the by-line but the former Tottenham man’s shot from 12 yards was straight at Simon Mignolet. The Tigers threatened again just before the break when Tom Huddlestone’s fizzing left-footed half-volley from outside the box was deflected just past Mignolet’s post by Martin Skrtel. Steven Gerrard came close to breaking the deadlock on the hour mark when he hit Sterling’s clever lay-off first time but his curling half-volley flashed just wide. Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers said he was proud of the effort from his players Balotelli almost scored soon after when he hurled himself at Lovren’s flick-on from a Gerrard corner but Hull scrambled the ball clear and Sterling’s follow-up shot was off target. Lovren missed a good chance for the home side on 73 minutes when Balotelli squared the ball to him but he swung and missed the ball with his left foot from six yards out. Substitute Phillipe Coutinho had a chance to snatch three points for Liverpool but he was unable to keep his header from Gerrard’s free kick down after Jakupovic got the faintest of touches. The Anfield faithful had a loud appeal for a penalty shortly afterwards after Balotelli appeared to be bundled over by Alex Bruce in the box but Swarbrick waved it off. Gerrard was denied by a last-ditch tackle from Chester and Jakupovic did well to tip a rasping Coutinho effort over in injury-time but Hull held on to claim a point despite a frantic final push from Liverpool, which included Balotelli missing from three yards with just about the final kick. Matt Le Tissier’s verdict Matt Le Tissier said Liverpool look a different team to the one they were last year Mario Balotelli isn’t going to do himself any favours. It wasn’t a performance that says ‘keep me in the team next week’. He had a real good chance in the last couple of seconds and the goalkeeper made a good save, but on first viewing it looked as though it was going to be a goal all day long and perhaps should have been. He also went down for a penalty when his first touch let him down and there was minimal contact. It wasn’t a penalty for me. For the whole afternoon, he didn’t really look like somebody who was trying to prove a point after what happened in the week. He looked a little bit casual about things. Liverpool did not create loads. There were probably only three or four attempts on target in the whole game. Hull defended pretty well. Last week they hung in for a long time against Arsenal and they did the exact same thing. It was a very solid defensive display by them.
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