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WE WILL REMAIN INVINCIBLE: PIQUE BOASTS OF BARCA’S CUP DOMINANCE

Barcelona defender Gerard Pique has boasted that his side’s record of reaching six successive Copa del Rey finals will never be matched. Barca secured a 3-0 win in the second leg of their semi-final against El Clasico rivals Real Madrid to win 4-1 on aggregate after two second-half efforts from Luis Suarez and Raphael

ARSENAL SMASH BOURNEMOUTH

Arsenal stayed a point ahead of Manchester United in the race for the Champions League by thrashing Bournemouth to earn their eighth straight Premier League home win. Mesut Ozil, recalled to the side, fired the Gunners ahead before he set up Henrikh Mkhitaryan to sweep in. A defensive mistake allowed Bournemouth to

UNITED DEFEAT CRYSTAL PALACE

Romelu Lukaku "grabbed his chance" by scoring twice to make light work of Manchester United's injury crisis with a comfortable Premier League victory over Crystal Palace, says manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Red Devils were missing eight first-team players at Selhurst Park, but claimed a club record eighth consecutive win away

MAN CITY STRUGGLE TO WIN

Manchester City needed a second-half Sergio Aguero penalty to see off West Ham and stay one point behind leaders Liverpool at the top of the Premier League. The defending champions had to wait for the Argentina striker's 59th-minute spot-kick to break down the well-organised Hammers, but ultimately it was enough to

LIVERPOOL DESTROY WATFORD

Jurgen Klopp feels Liverpool proved some doubters wrong after they turned on the style to crush Watford at Anfield and stay top of the Premier League. The Reds had dropped six points in their previous four top-flight games but two goals each by Sadio Mane and Virgil van Dijk, as well

BARCELONA CLINICAL IN THE CLASSICO

Luis Suarez scored twice as Barcelona won at Real Madrid in a smash-and-grab El Clasico to reach a sixth consecutive Copa del Rey final. Real dominated with 14 shots to Barca's four but the visitors were clinical when it mattered. Suarez smashed home Ousmane Dembele's cross before Raphael Varane's own goal put

CHELSEA WIN TOTTENHAM IN THE BATTLE FOR TOP 4

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri made goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga "pay" for his "big mistake" by dropping him before the team cast aside an air of crisis with a thoroughly deserved win over Tottenham. Sarri left Kepa on the bench following the Spaniard's refusal to be substituted in Sunday's Carabao Cup final

Fred must seize his chance to shine

Fred became Manchester United's fifth-most expensive signing when he joined the club in June but has struggled to adapt to the Premier League, making seven starts all season Manchester United midfielder Fred could make his first appearance in over a month against Crystal Palace later on Wednesday and needs

LIVERPOOL’S APRIL EPL GAMES RESCHEDULED

Liverpool’s four premier league clashes in April has been rescheduled for broadcast purposes, says a premier league source. The Reds’ encounter with Southampton at St Mary’s will be contested a day earlier, with the fixture now set for Friday April 5 at 8pm. Another Anfield clash with Chelsea has been moved to Sunday April 14,

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