Man Utd: Jesse Lingard Scores Cracking Curler As Red Devils Beat Everton At Goodison Park (Video)

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After their disappointing goalless draw against Southampton at the weekend, Manchester United got back to winning ways on Monday, courtesy of a much-improved performance away to Everton.

Paul Pogba produced a superb display against the Clarets, setting up both of United'a goals, the second of which was an absolute cracker from in-form winger Jesse Lingard.

Europa League Final: Atl. Madrid 3-0 Ath. Bilbao – El Tigre Reduces Los Leones To Tears (Photos & Highlights)

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By Chris Wright

Number 9, number 9, number 9, number 9...

Within the magnificent confines of the National Arena in Bucharest, Atletico Madrid won their second Europa League in the space of three years with a domineering victory over Bilbao, with hot-to-trot striker Radamel Falcao pivotal in reducing vast swathes of Marcelo Bielsa's darlings to tears come the final whistle.

Blackburn 2-0 Norwich – Junior Keeps On Growing As Rovers Cage Canaries (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

Blackburn Rovers 2-0 Norwich City Premier League 21st April 2012

What a topsy-turvy season it's been for Blackburn. Admittedly, more turvy than topsy (if that makes any kind of sense), Â Rovers got back to winning ways against Norwich on Saturday afternoon after securing a deserved 2-0 win which keeps them well in the race for survival.

England 2-3 Holland: Robben Dazzles As Dutch Saunter To Victory (Photos & Highlights)

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By Chris Wright

England welcomed Holland back to Wembley for the first time since Euro '96 last night and were ultimately undone in injury-time by Arjen Robben's deflected winner.

After a fairly flat first half, Robben opened the scoring on the hour flitting through the England midfield before pinging a low shot through Gary Cahill's legs and past Joe Hart from the edge of the area.

Blackburn Rovers 1-2 West Bromwich Albion: Late Odemwingie Winner Piles Pressure On Kean (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

Blackburn Rovers 1-2 West Bromwich Albion Premier League 17th December 2011

The Venky's support for Steve Kean has shown little sign of weakening this season, at least from the outside. However, behind the doors of the boardroom at Ewood Park, the Indian chicken overlords must surely be concerned after yet another league defeat for Blackburn.

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Xavi Picks Out ‘Postage Stamp’ With Gorgeous Freekick As Spain Stick Five Past Saudi Arabia (Video)

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By Chris Wright

Spain stuck five unanswered goals past Saudi Arabia, with Santi Cazorla prodding home a rebound to open proceedings, Pedro dinking a brace over the 'keeper and substitute David Villa scoring a penalty on his international comeback following his nasty shin knack though goal of the night belonged to Xavi (just about, Pedro's first was also a bit special), with the Barcelona midfielder curling in an exquisite free-kick for Spain's third.

Fantastic Messi Free-Kick v Real Madrid

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szólj hozzá: Real Madrid vs Barcelona 2:1 Messi

Lionel Messi score's a fantastic curling free-kick v Real Madrid in the Super Coppa to make it 4-4 on aggregate despite being down to 10 men.

SBI MLS Goal of the Week: David Beckham

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David Beckham had himself quite the performance in the Los Angeles Galaxy's 5-3 win against the Portland Timbers, but his first goal was a thing of beauty worth watching over and over.

Beckham's splending curling strike from distance in the first half not only equalized things for the Galaxy, it inspired them to a victory at JELD-WEN Field on Saturday.

Swansea 0-2 Everton – Two-Goal Toffees Topple Swans At The Liberty (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

Swansea City 0-2 Everton Premier League 24th March 2012

Swansea's form on home soil this season has been superb, but against a well-drilled Everton side on Saturday, Brendan Rodgers' charges struggled to breach the opposition defence.

Man City Went Out of Europa League Despite Spirited Victory

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In a weird coincidence, Manchester City followed their city rival, Manchester United's footsteps in Europe as just like Sir Alex Ferguson's team, Roberto Mancini's boys also crashed out from the Europa League.

However, the Eastlands did get a little bit of pride as they at least managed to beat their opponent, Sporting Lisbon, in the second leg, as only the away goal rules that kept them out from advancing in the competition.

Leo Messi's amazing free kick for Barca

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We can heap encomiums on encomiums on Messi for his amazing gifts on and off the ball but he also happens to have the sharpest footballing brain in the world.

A stubborn Atletico Madrid team that refused to be broken were undone by the quick witted maestro who launched his curling and deadly accurate free kick from wide on the left against the hapless Thibaut Courtois before Atletico's players could get their feet set.

Bilbao’s Fourth Place Ambition Held Off by Villarreal’s Effort

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Athletic Bilbao's ambition to maintain their fourth place spot was held at El Madrigal after Marcelo Bielsa team's only grabbed a point against home team Villarreal, forcing the Basque side stuck at fifth place until another week.

The Yellow Submarines' Brazilian striker, Nilmar was the main culprit that held Bilbao's mission as the forward scored the equalizing goal which simply canceled out the visitor's earlier lead.

FA Cup: Millwall 0-2 Bolton – Ryo In Carnival Mood As Trotters Tame Lions At The New Den (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

Millwall 0-2 Bolton Wanderers FA Cup 18th February 2012

On the same day that his parent club Arsenal fell flat at the Stadium of Light, Â 19-year-old loanee Ryo Miyachi was helping Bolton to an impressive 2-0 victory away at the New Den.

Steven Gerrard Needs Time, Says Kenny Dalglish

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Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish welcomed captain Steven Gerrard's return from injury but warned it would take time for the skipper to regain full fitness.
Gerrard's 20-minute cameo was a rare bright spot for the Reds in a 1-1 home draw with bottom club Blackburn.
"It's fantastic that he's got back and he looks a lot stronger and a lot fitter now than he was in years gone by I think," said Dalglish.


Red Bulls DOOP on Philly, Go Top of the East

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David Banner... uh... Kenny Cooper Leads RBNY to VictoryOn a beautiful mid-summer afternoon at the Cathedral of Football, the New York Red Bulls got goals on either side of halftime from Kenny Cooper and defeated their closest geographical rivals - Philadelphia Union - by a 2-0 scoreline. The final wasn't really indicative of the number of chances created in what was a pretty thrilling, high-tempo match that featured opportunities for both sides and lots of good attacking play.

Klinsmann Finally Gets First Win AS US Coach

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U.S. head coach Jurgen Klinsmann his first win at the helm of the United States as a Clint Dempsey goal was all that the US needed to beat Honduras in rainy Miami.

Tim Howard earned Budweiser Man of the Match honors, posting six saves en route to his 37th victory. With the win, Howard moves into a second-place tie with fellow New Jersey native Tony Meola on the USA's all-time win list for goalkeepers.


Chelsea Give Sounders A Lesson In Clinical Finishing

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Forward Romelu Lukaku scored two goals as European champions Chelsea beat Seattle Sounders 4-2 on Wednesday night at Century Field.

There were impressive debuts from two of Chelsea's high-profile summer signings, Marko Marin and Eden Hazard, who also scored as all the goals came in an explosive first half.

Late Pontius goal gives United win over Revolution

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D.C. United looked ready for a third draw in their last four games, but Chris Pontius changed that when he scored his first goal since returning from the injury that sidelined him for the end of last season.

Pontius gave United a 2-1 win over the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium on Saturday, curling a right-footed shot in the 82nd minute.

Aston Villa 1-2 Arsenal: A rat-a-tat-tat review

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We ended up giving a good account of ourselves against Man City but not winning, which was pardonable enough, but embracing the tag of honourable losers is not an act any team should partake in with any relish or frequency. Getting a positive result was the most important thing against Villa, and it gave me perverse pleasure when we managed to do it in spite of being quite poor overall.

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Match report: Union 5-2 City Islanders

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Despite racing out to a quick 3-0 lead, the Philadelphia Union were made to sweat out some nervy moments before finally dispatching with the Harrisburg City Islanders 5-2, moving into the semifinals of the US Open Cup.

An early Freddy Adu penalty kick was quickly followed by goals from Jack McInerney and Lionard Pajoy, with the Union looking a certain winner at halftime.

Ochoa Brace Pushes Sounders Well Past Silverbacks

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While the majority of MLS sides were struggling in the US Open Cup the Seattle Sounders were collecting goals from four different players. Sammy Ochoa finished his brace in the the 66th minute to put Seattle up 5-1 over the Atlanta Silverbacks. Starfire and the Open Cup continue to be a place of Sounders victories.


De Rosario, Salihi lead D.C. past Colorado

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WASHINGTON -- Matt Pickens could only come up big so many times.

The Colorado Rapids goalkeeper made eight saves, most of which came at a high degree of difficulty, but Dwayne De Rosario and Hamdi Salihi were able to break through to deliver D.C. United a 2-0 victory in front of 11,593 at RFK Stadium Wednesday night.

Sounders Roll Over Santos Laguna, Head To Mexico Up 2-1

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In what had been hailed as the biggest match in club history, Sounders donned their Super Cyan jerseys and met Santos Laguna for the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League Quarterfinals in Seattle.

Sounders fielded the usual suspects  in their staring eleven, with David Estrada filling in Eddie Johnson as Fredy Montero's strike partner.

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Wigan 4-0 Newcastle – Magpies Shoot Down At The DW As Latics Steer Clear Of The Drop-Zone (Photos & Highlights)

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Wigan Athletic 4-0 Newcastle United Premier League 28th April 2012

Roberto Martinez orchestrated yet another massive win for Wigan against one of the league's big boys on Saturday, as the Latics thrashed Champions League hopefuls Newcastle at the DW Stadium.

Shunsuke Nakamura’s still got it. Oh yes he does. Though...

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Shunsuke Nakamura's still got it.

Oh yes he does. Though he's fallen off of our radar a bit since moving to the J.League and playing for the Yokohama F. Marinos, Shunsuke Nakamura couldn't help but show us that he still is one of the best freekick takers in the game. Of course, the circumstances were a little strange, but the class is undeniable.

FC Barcelona vs Levante Match Preview

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Alexis looks to continue form against Levante (Photo: JOSEP LAGO/AFP/Getty Images)

On Saturday FC Barcelona look to get back on track following their suprising loss to Getafe last weekend. Though they put up an impressive performance mid-week against Rayo Vallecano winning easily 4-0 it will be imporant to keep the momentum rolling going into a midweek Champions League match up against BATE Borisov followed by the monsterous clash against Real Madrid.

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Sonderjyske stunned by Odense

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A curling second-half score by Conor O'Brien was not enough to save the day for SonderjyskE, as a pair of goals by Odense was enough to hand them their second loss of the season.

Spain - Portugal Euro Semis Blog

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Ok, so I'm late to the party - it's about 25 minutes in. But nothing much has happened yet, with Spain controlling possession, but with only one real chance. Portugal has been tough defending, with Nani sparking here and there. CRo is lurking, waiting for a chance.

26 - Herrera and Nani team up for a nice run that puts Portugal in a semi-circle around the goal until Casillas catches a lofted poor cross.

56ers' McCrary wins NCAA title with UNC

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One player who spent his summer playing soccer in Wisconsin is now a national champion.

Carlos McCrary came off the bench and played 11 minutes as third-ranked North Carolina tipped No. 14 Charlotte 1-0 in the NCAA Division I men's final Sunday in Hoover, Ala.

McCrary, a National Premier Soccer League All-Star after scoring five goals and adding two assists for the Madison 56ers last summer, was on the field for the lone goal of the match – an impressive curling, left-footed shot by Ben Speas from 25 yards out in the 65th minute.

Pies’ Christmas Gift Ideas – No.1: Small Figurine Of Sergio Ramos Taking A Dump

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By Chris Wright

This may be about to become the shortest-lived feature in Pies history, but Christmas is crowning over the horizion (six weeks folks) and naturally our thoughts have started turning toward our nearest and dearest.

Indeed, what better way to show Granny Ethel that you love her than by watching her eyes light up on Christmas morning as she unwraps a bespoke gift sent with love from you to her maybe a small ceramic figurine of Sergio Ramos curling one off with his shorts around his ankles perhaps?

Jordan Henderson hails ‘brilliant’ Luis Suarez goals after match-winning brace for Liverpool at Stoke City

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Jordan Henderson hails 'brilliant' Luis Suarez goals after match-winning brace for Liverpool at Stoke City

The striker nutmegged a defender before curling one in from distance and headed in a second, much to the delight of the midfielder, who was thrilled with his side's character

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