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Saturday European Rewind: Arsenal lifts FA Cup, Dortmund wins German Cup, and more

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Arsenal ended the domestic season on a high note, defeating Premier League champions Chelsea, 2-1, in Saturday's FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium.

A 79th-minute winning goal from Aaron Ramsey clinched Arsenal their 13th FA Cup trophy, and the goal came just minutes after Chelsea drew level.Diego Costa brought Chelsea level at 1-1 after 76 minutes, scoring from inside the box.

European Weekend Preview: Arsenal meets Chelsea in FA Cup final, Dortmund faces Frankfurt in DFB-Pokal , and more

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Chelsea concluded itsrun towards another Premier League title a week ago, lifting the trophy at Stamford Bridge. This Saturday could see the Blues do the double, by lifting the FA Cup at Wembley Stadium.

Chelsea comes into this match on a seven-game winning run in all competitions. The Blues have had a tougher road to the final, eliminating the likes of Wolverhampton Wanderers, Manchester United, and Tottenham.

Saturday European Rewind: Hamburg clinch safety, Napoli trounce Fiorentina, and more

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Hamburg knew a victory on Saturday over visiting Wolfsburg would see them retain their German top-flight status for another season.The hosts did just that by defeating their visitors, 2-1, at the Volksparkstadion in dramatic fashion.

A 88th-minute winner from Gian-Luca Waldschmidt earned Hamburg a massive three points which pushedthem out of relegation playoff place, and dropped Wolfsburg in.

Manchester United

Thursday Kickoff: Totti, Manchester, Iniesta and more

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One of the game's legends is set to move on while two of the world's elite clubs have come together to support their city.

Francesco Totti confirmed he will leave Roma at the end of the season. (REPORT)

Manchester United and Manchester City combined to donate £1 million to victims of the Manchester bomb attack.

Man United tops Ajax to win Europa League final and secure UCL berth

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After an up and down season in England, Manchester United booked a spot into next season's Champions League after a 2-0 Europa League final victory over Ajax on Wednesday.

Jose Mourinho's side used goals from Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan to defeat the young Dutch squadat Friends Arena in Stockholm.

Europa League Preview: Ajax, Man United collide in tournament final

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The 2016-17 UEFA Europa League final is finally upon us with Ajax facing off against Manchester United in Wednesday's final match.

Solna, Sweden will play host to the final, which started off with qualifying back in June 2016. A total of 188 teams have taken part in this year's tournament, with two historic sides looking to lift the trophy.

Monday Kickoff: Ibrahimovic, Griezmann, Kante and more

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One of the game's biggest stars spoke out after his injury, headlining Monday's news.

Following his season-ending injury, Zlatan Ibrahimovic took to Instagram to state that "giving up is not an option". (REPORT)

Yaya Toure hit out at the referees following Manchester City's FA Cup loss to Arsenal, adding that he hopes City's derby match against Manchester United can be played without refs.

Europa League Preview: Man United hosts Anderlecht, Lyon travels to Besiktas, and more

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The UEFA Europa League quarterfinal round concludes on Thursday as eight teams look to continue their fight for a semifinal berth.

Manchester United hosts Belgian side Anderlecht at Old Trafford, while Lyon travels to Turkey for a battle with Besiktas.

The other two matches are Schalke-Ajax and Genk-Celta Vigo.

English Premier League

Sunday European Rewind: Real Madrid seals La Liga crown, Juve clinches sixth Serie A title, and more

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Real Madrid clinched its 33rd La Liga crown on Sunday, defeating Malaga 2-0. A second-minute goal from Cristiano Ronaldo gave the visitors an early lead, after the Portuguese international finished off Isco's through-ball assist.

Karim Benzema doubled the Real Madrid lead in the 55th-minute, finishing from close range.

European Weekend Preview: Real Madrid pushes for title, Liverpool looks to seal UCL spot, and more

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The La Liga title race comes down to this weekend's matchups as Real Madrid and Barcelona both remain in the hunt for the trophy.

Los Blancos leaped into top spot midweek after winning, 4-1, over Celta Vigo in their game in hand. All Real Madrid needs is a point at Malaga, and they will clinch their 33rd La Liga crown.

Monday Kickoff: Sanchez, Coutinho, Toure and more

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A trio of Premier League stars headline Monday's news.

Alexis Sanchez is questionable for Arsenal's must-win clash with Sunderland on Tuesday. (REPORT)

Phillipe Coutinho sayshe is "happy" with reported interest from Barcelona, but remains focused on leading Liverpool to the Champions League.

Sunday European Rewind: Tottenham edges Man United, Roma tops Juventus, and more

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Since 1899, Tottenham called White Hart Lane its homewinning their only top-flight title there in 1951. On Sunday, the Spurs played their final match there, defeating Manchester United, 2-1.

A 48th-minute finish from leading scorer Harry Kane proved to be the difference between the two sides.

Saturday European Rewind: Chelsea clinch title, Bayern stuns RB Leipzig, and more

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Following a disappointing 2015-16, Chelsea clinched their sixth top-flight title on Friday, defeating West Bromwich Albion 1-0 at the Hawthorns.

Asit looked the Blues would have to wait a little while longer to lift the crown,Michy Batshuayi had other ideas, scoring after 82 minutes to give Chelsea the win.

European Weekend Preview: Tottenham hosts Man United, Juventus travel to Roma, and more

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Even with a few weeks remaining across Europe's top domestic leagues, that doesn't see the mouth-watering fixtures come to an end.

In England, Tottenham welcomes Manchester United to White Hart Lane on Sunday. Mauricio Pochettino's side isstill look for a top-two finish and would like to continue their recent dominance at home.

Guzan, Middlesbrough relegated from Premier League with loss to Chelsea

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For the second straight season, Brad Guzan finds himself on a team relegated from the Premier League.

Middlesbrough wasguaranteed relegation to the EFL Championship after suffering a 3-0 defeat at league-leaders Chelsea on Monday afternoon. Guzan started in-goal on Monday, seeing efforts from Diego Costa, Marcos Alonso, and Nemanja Matic beat him to the back of the net.

Sunday European Rewind: Arsenal beats Man United, Roma stomps AC Milan, and more

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Arsenal improved their hopes of a top-four finish in the English Premier League after a 2-0 victory over Manchester United on Sunday.

Arsene Wenger's side used a pair of second-half goals to defeat the Red Devils at the Emirates Stadium. Granit Xhaka's long-range attempt after 54 minutes put the Gunners ahead, 1-0, following a scoreless first half.

Saturday European Rewind: Borussia Dortmund edges Hoffenheim, Barcelona cruises past Villarreal, and more

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The must-watch match across Europe on Saturday took place in Germany, as hosts Borussia Dortmund held off Hoffenheim 2-1 at Signal Iduna Park.

Thomas Tuchel's side knew a victory on Saturday would leapfrog them into third place over their opponents, in the race for next season's Champions League.

European Weekend Preview: Man United travels to Arsenal, Dortmund hosts Hoffenheim, and more

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As we head into the first weekend of May, means domestic action across Europe is slowly coming to end as races heat up.

In England, the top-four race continues as six teams fight for four places, and a spot in next year's UEFA Champions League. On Sunday, Arsenal welcomes Manchester United to the Emirates Stadium as both sides continue their fight for a top-four finish.

Sunday European Rewind: Tottenham beats Arsenal, Chelsea blanks Everton, and more

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Tottenham Hotspur continued their recent dominance at White Hart Lane on Sunday defeating Arsenal, 2-0, to end the latter's reign of dominance over theirLondon rivals.

Looking to keep pace with EPL leaders Chelsea, Mauricio Pochettino's side received goals from Dele Alli and Harry Kane to earn the win.

Saturday European Rewind: Sunderland relegated, Bayern wins fifth straight Bundesliga title, and more

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After several recent years of last-minute survivals, Sunderland suffered relegation for the first time since 2005-06, losing, 1-0, against Bournemouth on Saturday.

David Moyes' side knew a positive result could see them outlast relegation for at least another day, but ultimately fell at the end.

European Weekend Preview: Arsenal travel to Tottenham, Roma hosts Lazio, and more

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Following some important league and cup fixtures midweek, European action continues this weekend with some mouth-watering fixtures on display.

The premier fixture this weekend takes place in North London as Tottenham Hotspur host rivals Arsenal at White Hart Lane on Sunday. Mauricio Pochettino's side come into the weekend four points behind league leaders Chelsea, and will hope to shorten that gap with a win paired with a Chelsea defeat at Everton.

Wednesday European Rewind: Dortmund advances to German Cup Final, Tottenham squeaks past Palace, and more

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Borussia Dortmund booked itsplace inthe German Cup Final with a 3-2 road win against reigning champions Bayern Munich on Wednesday.

Despite being down, 2-1, at halftime, Thomas Tuchel's side fought their way back as Ousmane Dembele scored the winner after 74 minutes.

Marco Reus opened the scoring after 19 minutes, finishing from close range.

Tuesday European Rewind: Chelsea defeat Southampton, Villarreal shock Atletico Madrid, and more

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Midweek action across Europe kicked off on Tuesday with Premier League leaders Chelsea edging Southampton, 4-2, at Stamford Bridge.

Antonio Conte's side used a second-half brace from Diego Costa to pull away from the visiting Saints. The hosts started quickly as Eden Hazard scored five minutes in for a 1-0 lead.

Wednesday Kickoff: Ibrahimovic, Sanchez, Russia and more

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One Premier League star is having surgery in the U.S. while another's future remains in doubt.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has come to the U.S. to undergo surgery on his knee. (REPORT)

Arsene Wenger says he is confident Arsenal won't sell Alexis Sanchez to a Premier League rival. (REPORT)

Russia's deputy prime minister, Vitaly Mutko denied claims that journalists will be censored during the Confederations Cup.

Sunday European Rewind: Messi lifts Barcelona over Real Madrid, Arsenal advance to FA Cup final, and more

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Following a midweek Champions League exit to Juventus, Barcelona bounced back in the biggest way possible on Sunday.

A 92nd-minute winner from Lionel Messi lifted Luis Enrique's side past 10-man Real Madrid in a 3-2 El Clasico win. Most importantly, the victory propelled Barcelona to the top spot in the La Liga table, holding an edge on Los Blancos due to goal-difference.

Saturday European Rewind: Chelsea ousts Tottenham in FA Cup, Dortmund fights back, and more

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Premier League leaders Chelsea booked theirplace into the FA Cup final with a 4-2 thumping of London rivals Tottenham at Wembley Stadium.

Antonio Conte's side used two second-half goals to pull away from their rivals, who had previously pegged them back twice. Willian's fourth-minute free-kick gave Chelsea a 1-0 lead as the Brazilian beat Hugo Lloris to the bottom-right corner.

European Weekend Preview: El Clasico in Madrid, FA Cup Semifinals, and more

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Sunday's El Clasico at the Santiago Bernabeucouldhave huge implications on this year's La Liga title race.

League-leaders Real Madrid host Barcelona on Sunday which sees the two sides separated by three points in the table. Zinedine Zidane's side booked their place in the UEFA Champions League semifinals after an impressive second-leg victory over Bayern Munich earlier this week.

Americans Abroad

American teenager Weston McKennie makes Schalke debut

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18-year-old American international Weston McKennie became the second-youngest player to feature in a Bundesliga match, coming on as a second-half sub in a 1-1 draw at Ingolstadt on Saturday.

The midfielder entered the match in the 77th minute, replacing Donis Advijaj in Schalke's midfield. However, the youngster couldn't help 10-men Schalke earn more than a point in the season-ending draw.

Johnson hopes to stay at Monchengladbach, push for Europa League

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Fabian Johnson, after a six-week long stint on the sidelines due to a hamstring injury, is back in training and ready to help guide Borussia Monchengladbach back up the table into aEuropa League spot. He also hopes to keep battling with his Bundesliga team for years to come.

Johnson expressed a desire to remain at Monchengladbach into the far future, as he discussed his contract situation with German paper Westfalische Rundschau.

Yedlin, Newcastle secure promotion in win over Preston North End

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All Newcastle United needed to earn promotion and their return to the English Premier League was a lone point in their Monday night match against Preston North End.

They got that and a whole lot more, defeating Preston North End, 4-1, and securing their promotion back into the Premier League for the 2017-18 season.

UEFA Champions League

UCL Wednesday Rewind: Real Madrid closes the door on Atletico, return to final

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Defending UEFA Champions League winners Real Madrid booked their spot back inthe final with a 2-1 losson Wednesday to claim a 4-2 aggregate victoryover rivals Atletico Madrid.

Zinedine Zidane's side used a first-half goal from Isco to pull away from their city rivals at the Vicente Calderon.

UCL Tuesday Rewind: Juventus defeats Monaco to book spot in final

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After a strong first leg showing in Monaco a week ago, Juventus took care of business on Tuesday to book a spot in the UEFA Champions League final.

Juventuscruised to a 2-1 victory over Monaco on Tuesday, sealing a 4-1 aggregate triumph that books the club's spot in the tournament finale.

UCL Preview: Atletico look for comeback against Real Madrid, Monaco travels to Juventus

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Following an exciting weekend in Europe's domestic action, four sides resume their fight this week for a place in the UEFA Champions League final.

In the first leg at the Santiago Bernabeu, Cristiano Ronaldo propelled defending champions, Real Madrid to a first leg win over Atletico Madrid.

Euro Rewind: Higuain brace propels Juventus over Monaco, Ajax rolls past Lyon

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Real Madrid all but booked their spot in the UEFA Champions League final with a resounding win on Tuesday. On Wednesday, Juventus took a major stepof their own.

In Wednesday's semifinal first leg, Juventus used a brace from striker Gonzalo Higuain todefeat Monaco, 2-0, at the Stade Louis II on Wednesday afternoon.

UCL Rewind: Ronaldo's hat trick sinks Atletico in first leg

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ReigningChampions League winners Real Madrid took a huge first step to booking their spot in this year's final viaa 3-0 first-leg victory against Atletico Madrid.

Cristiano Ronaldo's hat tricklifted Zinedine Zidane's side to a first legwin at the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday, against their local rivals.

UCL Preview: Real Madrid hosts Atletico, Juventus travels to Monaco

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Asthe month of May begins,that also means the UEFA Champions League semifinal round begins across Europe.

The first semifinal matchup featuresa rematch of the 2013-14 and 2015-16finals as Real Madrid entertain local rivals, Atletico Madrid. Zinedine Zidane's side are the current holdersin this competition, and would like nothing more to eliminate their rivals to make the final in Cardiff.

Madrid Derby, Juve-Monaco set for UCL semifinals

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The UEFA Champions League's final four is now officially set for the semifinal round.

UEFA conducted the Champions League's semifinal draw on Friday as Atletico Madrid was paired with rivals Real Madrid in a rematch of the 2016 finale. Juventus, meanwhile, booked a pair of dates with Monaco in the other semifinal pairing.

UCL Wednesday Rewind: Juventus holds Barcelona, Monaco eases past Dortmund

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Juventus advanced to itsthird UEFA Champions League semifinal appearance in the past four years, holding Barcelona in a scoreless second leg draw at the Camp Nou on Wednesday.

Massimiliano Allegri's side exacted revenge on the Spanish side after Barcelona defeated Juventus, 3-1, in the 2014-15 UCL final.

The Rest

Tuesday Ticker: Real Madrid lands Brazilian teen sensation, Barca target Valverde leaves Bilbao, and more

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It was a busy Tuesday for managerial moves throughout Europe, while the latest Brazilian sensation appears set to head to Spain in a blockbuster transfer.

Recently crowned La Liga champions Real Madrid hasofficially landed 16-year-old Brazilian wonderkid Vinicius Junior from Flamengo for a reported 46 million Euros, beating out Barcelona for his services.

Friday Kickoff: Dortmund, Mbappe, Neymar and more

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More details continue to come to light following last week's bombing of Borussia Dortmund's team bus.

German officials say that a German-Russian citizen took out a five-figure loan to bet on shares of Borussia Dortmund's stock dropping before bombing the team bus last week. (REPORT)

Monaco sporting director Antonio Cordon says it would take "a lot of money" to trigger Kylian Mbappe's release clause.