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Arsenal and Real Madrid Stunned as Liverpool is held by Man City

Arsenal and Real Madrid Stunned as Liverpool is held by Man City

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Liverpool's hopes of returning to the Premier League summit were frustrated as they fought out a high-quality draw at Manchester City, while both Arsenal and Real Madrid suffered unexpected defeat on Sunday.  Manchester City were left to rue Kevin De Bruyne's missed penalty as Liverpool escaped from the Etihad Stadium with a point for the first time in four seasons after a 1-1 draw. A flying start from the Reds was rewarded with Mohamed Salah's 13th minute penalty, but Gabriel Jesus leveled for Pep Guardiola's men before De Bruyne failed to hit the target from the spot three minutes before halftime. A share of the points between the sides that have combined to win the title for the past three seasons leaves Liverpool in third just a point off the top, while City sit five...
‘HE’S AMAZING’: ARSENAL YOUNGSTER SAYS ARTETA HAS TAKEN HIS GAME ‘TO THE NEXT LEVEL’

‘HE’S AMAZING’: ARSENAL YOUNGSTER SAYS ARTETA HAS TAKEN HIS GAME ‘TO THE NEXT LEVEL’

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Bukayo Saka spoke to England’s official YouTube channel about Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta. The teenager was brought onto the scene by Unai Emery last season, and he caught the eye instantly. Saka scored four goals and provided 11 assists in all competitions, and his performances earned him a new contract at Arsenal. Arsenal's Spanish head coach Mikel Arteta (R) gestures with Arsenal's English striker Bukayo Saka at the final whistle during the English Premier League football match between Southampton and Arsenal at St Mary's Stadium in Southampton, southern England on June 25, 2020. (Photo by Mike Hewitt / POOL / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or 'live' services. Online in-match use limited to...
ASENE WENGER MAKES ADMISSION ABOUT TOTTENHAM

ASENE WENGER MAKES ADMISSION ABOUT TOTTENHAM

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Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has admitted that he never harboured any ‘hostility’ for Tottenham Hotspur. The legendary Frenchman enjoyed many-a-battle against the Gunners’ North London rivals. Having spent 22 years at Arsenal, Wenger got quite familiar with the feeling of coming up against Tottenham. And the 70-year-old has revealed that his will to secure the bragging rights always stemmed from competitiveness, not disdain. He told The Guardian: “Hostility no, competition yes. It was vital that you beat Tottenham for the respect of the club. Competition is important, as long as it’s not crazy. “When you [were due to] play Tottenham, at the start of the week everybody was a bit more nervous than usual.” It seems bizarre now, given that Spurs regularly...
Top 10 Most Valuable Clubs In World Football Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Top 10 Most Valuable Clubs In World Football Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

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By Our Reporter Brand Finance Review have crunched the all-important numbers to determine the world's most valuable football clubs amid the global pandemic. Liverpool's value has increased significantly as they close in on Manchester United following their Premier League triumph. And Real Madrid top the list despite suffering a £205 million decrease from 2019. The Spanish champions are valued at £1.286 billion ahead of Barcelona who have a value of £1.280 billion after an £18.1 million rise. Manchester United and Liverpool are ranked third and fourth, respectively. The Red Devils have seen their value drop by £143 million to an overall value of £1.190 billion. After delivering the Premier League title last season, Jurgen Klopp's side managed to see their value rise by £64.3...
Football Fans Have Ranked Top 25 Best Clubs In The World

Football Fans Have Ranked Top 25 Best Clubs In The World

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By Our Reporter Barcelona have edged Real Madrid into second place on a fan poll to select the best football club in the world, with Manchester United coming in at third place. Most confusingly, Liverpool are at just eighth spot in the voting, despite being European champions (until August, anyway) and having won this season's Premier League by a vast margin. Clearly there's a lot to unpack here. There's certainly some debate over what "best" can mean. Your first thought is a team's current glory on the pitch, but there's also things like history, fanbase, stadium, profile, etc some people consider in forming an overall picture. Plus a lot of fans just mesh together "biggest" and "best" which might explain Manchester United's lofty position above Manchester City (10th), despit...
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