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MATCH REPORTManchester City 3 Bayern Munich 2: The striker becomes City's saviour as 10-man Bayern fall apart in the closing stages. A score draw next at Roma would put City through
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Jürgen Klopp cuts an animated figure during Tuesday’s press conference in London
PREVIEWArsenal vs Dortmund: German coach laughs off Gunners link as Usmanov demand is rejected
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The experiment of playing Steven Gerrard as a holding midfielder has failed, says Jamie Carragher
PREVIEWLudogorets vs Liverpool: Captain likely to revert to old position at heart of Reds midfield
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Archway Sheet Metals owner believes the blaze was arson as building is severely damaged
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REACTION Crystal Palace 3 Liverpool 1: Manager says he could not expect Liverpool's owner to stick with him indefinitely after seeing another defeat
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Louis van Gaal looks on from the touchline
REACTIONArsenal 1 Manchester United 2: United creep into the Premier League's top four after win over Arsenal
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Manchester United consider making official complaint after supporter throws red wine over the away dug-out at the Emirates
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REACTIONChelsea 2 West Brom 0: Chelsea boss sarcastically responds to Spaniard's comments on his national team-mate's fitness issues
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Roma defender to undergo operation because he has a cavernoma - clusters of blood vessels - in his brain
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Players call for medical help after Hughes collapses
CRICKETAustralian opener batsman critical after being struck by bouncer
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Players frantically call for help as Phil Hughes lies stricken at the Sydney Cricket Ground
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Phil Hughes was given oxygen and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation on the pitch by a team doctor
Prolific opener had world at his feet until Steve Harmison and Andrew Flintoff bounced him
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Brad Barritt will play at outside centre against Australia
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Warren Gatland looks on as Wales succumb to defeat last Saturday
Wales vs South Africa: Further failure against the big three has led to calls for change but Edwards makes spirited defence of under-fire head coach
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Sir Ben Ainslie (left) and Sir Keith Mills, whose company will manage the America’s Cup World Series in Portsmouth, announce the return of America’s Cup racing to British waters
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Abu Dhabi GP: Mercedes driver toasts his world title with fruit drink and an early night
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Constructors' champions ready to offer Hamilton a deal until 2016 with the option of an extra year
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NFLRound-up: Rescheduled match in Detroit sees Buffalo rout the Jets while Ravens see off the Saints
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boxingFury will be a step closer to world-title shot if he can beat Dereck Chisora on Saturday
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