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Manchester City 2-1 Liverpool: Champions narrow gap on leaders to four points

Manchester City 2-1 Liverpool: Champions narrow gap on leaders to four points

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Manchester City reignited the Premier League title race as they ended Liverpool's 20-game unbeaten start to the season to reduce their lead at the top of the table to four points.Pep Guardiola's hosts knew nothing less than a win at Etihad Stadium would do on a Thursday night riddled with tension that produced a game that was frenetic if not a classic.Leroy Sane produced the decisive moment 18 minutes from time as he collected Raheem Sterling's pass to fire across Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson, after it had seemed like Roberto Firmino's stooping header would maintain the visitors' unbeaten sequence. Sergio Aguero had earlier given City the lead with a rising, near-post drive just before the in...
Watford 1-2 Chelsea: Blues back into Champions League places as Eden Hazard proves to be the difference once again

Watford 1-2 Chelsea: Blues back into Champions League places as Eden Hazard proves to be the difference once again

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ED BOY The Belgium international moved past a century of goals for the west Londoners with a well-taken brace Eden Hazard passed a century of goals for Chelsea as he helped the Blues to a 2-1 win over Watford. The Belgium captain was virtually unplayable at Vicarage Road, scoring twice to knock the proverbial stuffing out of the hosts on Boxing Day. Hazard was fantastic against Watford on Boxing Day Deployed through the middle by Maurizio Sarri, Hazard opened the scoring when Real Madrid loanee Mateo Kovacic released the forward with a perfectly weighted through ball just before half time to round Ben Foster and score. But Watford were level soon after as Roberto Pereyra lashed home a volley from the edge of the box into the bot...
Champions League draw: Liverpool v Bayern Munich, Man Utd v Paris St-Germain

Champions League draw: Liverpool v Bayern Munich, Man Utd v Paris St-Germain

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Liverpool will take on German giants Bayern Munich in the Champions League last 16, while Manchester United have been drawn against Paris St-Germain.Premier League champions Manchester City and Tottenham also face Bundesliga sides, with City meeting Schalke and Spurs playing Borussia Dortmund.The first legs will take place on 12-13 and 19-20 February, with the return fixtures on 5-6 and 12-13 March. Group winners will be away from home in the first legs.Teams could not be drawn against sides from the same country in the last 16, nor against teams who they played in the group stage.Elsewhere, holders Real Madrid will face Dutch side Ajax, who have reached the knockout stages for the first tim...
Ashley Graham champions curves in completely nude steamy sauna selfie

Ashley Graham champions curves in completely nude steamy sauna selfie

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Brunette beauty Ashley Graham was clearly feeling at her best this weekend as she prepared to present backstage from the Miss Universe pageant.The 31-year-old posed in her birthday suit after a relax in the sauna, showing her 7.9 million Instagram followers the moment.Ashley stood in front of a mirror, surrounded by lamps, appearing to be completely nude.The Sports Illustrated cover girl covered her assets with one arm, revealing plenty of cleavage and underboob. Related Articles “Fresh out the sauna”Ashley GrahamThe US model's hourglass figure was full on display, while the mirror cut off just above her more intimate areas.Ashley looked at her phone screen as she took the make-up free selfie, captioning it: "Fresh out the sauna."The bombshell was in Thailand for the pagean...
Man Utd: Jose Mourinho criticises starting players after Champions League defeat by Valencia

Man Utd: Jose Mourinho criticises starting players after Champions League defeat by Valencia

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Jose Mourinho criticised Manchester United's starting players after their limp Champions League loss to Valencia, saying he "did not learn anything".The 2-1 defeat saw United miss a chance to top Group H but Mourinho said it was still a "success" to finish second.United had already secured a last-16 place and made eight changes to their line-up in Valencia. "Nothing that happened surprised me at all," said Mourinho when asked if he had learned anything about his players."I didn't learn anything from this game."United, who play Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday, recalled midfielders Paul Pogba, Fred, Marouane Fellaini and Andreas Pereira, plus defenders Antonio Valencia, Eric Bailly an...