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Ten-man Leicester get draw at Wolves as marginal VAR call denies hosts victory

Ten-man Leicester get draw at Wolves as marginal VAR call denies hosts victory

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Wolves and Leicester played out an exciting goalless draw at Molineux on Friday night but the hosts will feel they could and probably should have got the three points. Willy Boly though he’d given Wolves the lead just before the break but his goal was ruled out following a very marginal call by VAR. Foxes midfielder Hamza Choudhury was sent off late in the second half but Nuno Espirito Santo’s men were unable to find the precious winning goal. More follows… Let's block ads! (Why?) talkSPORT
Superb Liverpool go 13 points clear at top of Premier League with dominant victory at Leicester

Superb Liverpool go 13 points clear at top of Premier League with dominant victory at Leicester

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Liverpool sent out a hugely emphatic message to anyone who believes the Premier League title race is still alive as they tore second-placed Leicester apart on their own back yard, winning 4-0 at the King Power Stadium.Two goals from Roberto Firmino, a James Milner’s penalty and a delicious Trent Alexander-Arnold strike sees the Reds go 13 points clear at the top of the table. AFP or licensors Liverpool well and truly put Leicester to the sword at the King Power Stadium The visitors could have scored more as they lacked composure in the final third for large parts of the game. Before three strikes in three second-half minutes produced a scoreline which fairly reflected the balance of play. The game’s standout player was Reds right-back Alexander-Arnold, who
Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade, including stunning Arsenal, Aston Villa and Leicester strips

Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade, including stunning Arsenal, Aston Villa and Leicester strips

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As the second decade of the second Millennium draws to a close, the Premier League remains the most watched division of football in the world. The action in the English top flight draws the highest global audience and has the most live coverage of all European leagues. Naturally, teams want to ensure they are kitted out in the best strips possible to look the part for the cameras. Nike Chelsea have had some sharp looks in the past decade Since the Premier League’s inception in 1992, fans have witnessed some truly abominable strips over the years. Whether it’s Liverpool’s away strip from 2014 or Chelsea’s Coors light grey and orange catastrophe, there have been some shockers over the years. However, every now and then a football kit is just so nice th
Premier League LIVE scores: Everton vs Arsenal and Man City vs Leicester feature in talkSPORT’s live Saturday coverage

Premier League LIVE scores: Everton vs Arsenal and Man City vs Leicester feature in talkSPORT’s live Saturday coverage

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It’s the last GameDay before Christmas this weekend as talkSPORT brings you another packed day of Premier League action.The top-flight is set to begin its hectic festive scheduled with most teams playing four games within 12 days. This jam-packed period always has a major impact on the season and there’s a host of storylines to be told this weekend. talkSPORT, as ever, will bring you three commentaries exclusively live this weekend and here’s what we’ve got for you. Getty Images - Getty Pep Guardiola’s Man City take on Leicester today Everton vs Arsenal Coverage starts from 11am on talkSPORT (kick-off 12:30pm) GameDay kicks off this weekend at Goodison Park as Everton host Arsenal. Both sides have endured torrid seasons so far, sitting way down the table a
Carabao Cup RESULTS: Manchester City see off Oxford, Man United batter Colchester and Leicester edge past Everton on penalties

Carabao Cup RESULTS: Manchester City see off Oxford, Man United batter Colchester and Leicester edge past Everton on penalties

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After Liverpool were battered by Aston Villa on Tuesday evening, the remainder of the Carabao Cup quarter-finals took place just 24 hours later. Here’s a conclusive round-up of what happened on the night… Getty Images - Getty Raheem Sterling celebrates with his City teammates Oxford City 1-3 Manchester City A brace by Raheem Sterling ensured Carabao Cup holders Manchester City remain on course to win the competition for a third consecutive year after a 3-1 victory over Oxford sent them through to the semi-finals. Matty Taylor cancelled out Joao Cancelo’s first-half opener 21 seconds into the second period, but that was as good as it would get for Karl Robinson’s side against Pep Guardiola’s men. The Spaniard had shown the hosts plenty of respect with