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Woeful Everton beats by Atalanta in the Europa League

Everton were thrashed 5-1 by Atalanta in the Europa League at a less-than-half-full Goodison Park.The Toffees had already been eliminated before the game but caretaker manager David Unsworth selected a strong side featuring Wayne Rooney, Kevin Mirallas and Ashley Williams.

Man Utd beaten by Basel after 'perfect first half - without the goals'

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says his side should have been five or six goals ahead by half-time of their Champions League defeat by Basel.United dominated the first half of their penultimate group game, with Marouane Fellaini and Marcos Rojo hitting the woodwork.

'Help us'- Conte complains of 'strange' scheduling as Chelsea progress in Europe

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has asked for help from the media to highlight “strange” fixture scheduling as his side reached the last 16 of the Champions League with a comfortable victory against 10-man Qarabag. Two goals from Willian, as well as spot-kicks from Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas, confirmed the Blues will finish in the top two of Group C with a game to spare.

‘Arsenal can challenge Manchester City in title race’

Arsenal can cut down the deficit to Premier League leaders Manchester City and challenge for the title this campaign, midfielder Granit Xhaka has said.Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday leaves them sixth in the league on 22 points while City are 12 points ahead after winning 11 of their opening 12 games, but Xhaka believes Arsenal can re-enter the title race.

Naby Keita: From the streets of Guinea to a record £48m Liverpool move

When you have received more votes than any other midfielder in a public poll organised by the Bundesliga, driven your team to a historic second place in the league and secured a record £48m African transfer fee, you have got a few highlights of the year to look back on.

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