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Klopp: I love Firmino’s goal celebration

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said: “It was really important we started like we did. We were so strong and good with the ball. “We changed the system because we expected a change from them. We needed all of our focus and we covered a lot of yards and closed all of the gaps.” “Daniel (Sturridge) played a super game. I ...

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For Barcelona, despite the arrivals of Malcom and Arturo Vidal, this summer was all about balancing the books and having a clearout. With nine departing the Nou Camp – six for a fee – the club made a record-breaking €124million (£111m) from sales. It is the most they have ever earned from outgoings in one window. The Premier League proved a ...

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Russia 2018 World Cup: “I Had Fever..” Ivan Rakitic

Ivan Rakitic revealed he was suffering with a fever in the days leading up to Croatia’s 2-1 semi-final win over England at the World Cup. The Barcelona midfielder was key alongside Luka Modric as the first-time finalists came from behind at half-time to win, thanks to an extra-time goal from Mario Mandzukic. Losing the 30-year-old would have been a big ...

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Dear Amosun, Anthony Joshua is not a Nigerian

— Anthony Joshua has Nigerian parents. — Joshua also has Irish ancestry from his father’s side. — He was born in Watford, England. — He was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2013 New Year Honours for services to boxing. — He is a British professional boxer. And has represented England across the diff ...

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Lampard slams PSG after Madrid defeat

By Boluwatife Ezekiel Olaleye Chelsea legend, Frank Lampard, has slammed Paris Saint-Germain after their Champions League round-of-16 elimination at the hands of Real Madrid. Lampard was not happy with the way PSG approached the game. He said that the Ligue 1 giants ‘threw the towel in the second half’. “I don’t think they went out like a big team,” Lampard ...

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Madrid Derby: A must-win for Zidane

  On Saturday evening, Atlético Madrid’s magnificent new Wanda Metropolitano stadium will host city rivals Real Madrid for the first time. Although the ‘Derbi Madrileño’ is of secondary importance to the Clásico in the eyes of Real Madrid fans, it has taken on greater significance in recent years with the emergence of Atlético as a force at the top end ...

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