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M. Faty

M. Faty


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La Liga

Five talking points in European football this weekend

Lionel Messi's delivered a La Liga record 35th hat-trick as Barcelona kept pace with Real Madrid, in-form Lazio inflicted a first defeat of the season on Juventus to muscle their way into the title picture, while Dutch league leaders Ajax slumped to a surprise home loss.


Dortmund star Witsel has surgery after domestic accident

Borussia Dortmund midfielder Axel Witsel will miss the rest of the year after needing surgery for a facial injury sustained in an accident at home, his club said Monday.


Barcelona leave Messi out of squad for Inter clash

Barcelona have left Lionel Messi and Gerard Pique out of their squad for Tuesday's Champions League clash with Inter in San Siro.

Greek Super League

French Supreme Court rejects Benzema's appeal for the 'Valbuena case'

The French Supreme Court rejected the Real Madrid striker's appeal with which he hoped to bury the accusation that has persecuted him since 2015 for his alleged involvement in an attempt to blackmail his then team-mate, Matthieu Valbuena.


Barcelona 'cannot afford' to lose Vidal in January, says Blaugrana president Bartomeu

Ernesto Valverde opened the door for Arturo Vidal to leave Barcelona, but Josep Maria Bartomeu would rather keep hold of the midfielder.

Premier League

Wolves confirm two arrests for homophobia in Brighton and Hove Albion match

Wolves had strongly condemned the behaviour of two supporters after two arrests were made for homophobic abuse.

EURO 2020

England to host Italy in first Euro 2020 warm-up friendly

Italy will play England at Wembley on March 27, as the Azzurri and the Three Lions begin their preparations for Euro 2020.

World Cup

BREAKING NEWS: Russia handed four-year ban from international events by WADA

WADA has banned Russia from international sporting events after a panel recomended RUSADA be declared non-compliant again.


African players in Europe: Salah and Keita drive Liverpool towards title

Liverpool's confident march towards a first English title since 1990 continued with Mo Salah and Naby Keita both on target in the 3-0 win at Bournemouth.

Premier League

Klopp says he never doubted Keita's quality

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says he has never doubted the quality of midfielder Naby Keita despite the Guinea international's limited impact since his arrival at Anfield last year.

Premier League

Guardiola admits Man City standards have slipped

Pep Guardiola says Manchester City may no longer be able to match the standards of the best teams after a painful defeat against Manchester United left them 14 points behind Premier League leaders Liverpool.

Premier League

Maguire says top four in sight for improving Man Utd

Harry Maguire has the top four in his crosshairs after Manchester United's thrilling derby triumph at Manchester City lifted them to fifth in the Premier League table.

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