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  •   Liverpool surge clear, Benfica seal title 9 hours ago - UEFA
    Liverpool FC opened up a five-point lead in the Premier League on a weekend when Club Atlético de Madrid edged closer to the Spanish title and SL Benfica were crowned in Portugal.
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  •   Barcelona battle back to maintain title shot 10 hours ago - UEFA
    FC Barcelona scored twice in the final 18 minutes to record a 2-1 home win against Athletic Club and close back within four points of Liga leaders Club Atlético de Madrid.
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  •   Five-star Zwolle sink Ajax to clinch Dutch Cup 11 hours ago - UEFA
    "It still hasn't fully sunk in," said PEC Zwolle coach Ron Jans after his side recovered from falling behind to beat AFC Ajax 5-1 and lift the Dutch Cup for the first time in their history.
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  •   Benfica seal 33rd Portuguese title 11 hours ago - UEFA
    Brazilian forward Lima scored both goals for SL Benfica as they defeated SC Olhanense 2-0 to clinch their 33rd Portuguese championship title with two fixtures to spare.
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  •   Stuttgart see off Schalke, Leverkusen prevail 13 hours ago - UEFA
    VfB Stuttgart gave themselves breathing room in the Bundesliga's lower reaches by defeating third-placed FC Schalke 04 3-1, after Bayer 04 Leverkusen had moved back into fourth.
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  •   Berbatov brilliance helps Monaco sink Nice 15 hours ago - UEFA
    AS Monaco FC closed the gap to Ligue 1 leaders Paris Saint-Germain to seven points after Dimitar Berbatov's exquisite lob secured a 1-0 win at home to OGC Nice.
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  •   Sterling show steers Liverpool five points clear 18 hours ago - UEFA
    Raheem Sterling scored twice and created another as Liverpool FC moved five points clear at the Premier League summit with a hard-earned 3-2 victory against Norwich City FC.
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  •   Livorno link up with Nicola again 20 hours ago - UEFA
    AS Livorno Calcio have tasked Davide Nicola with preserving their top-flight status after parting company with Domenico Di Carlo in the wake of Saturday's 3-0 defeat at AC Milan.
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  •   Lozano: Barcelona desperate for second crown 20 hours ago - UEFA
    Sergio Lozano is determined to be fit for this week's finals in Baku and speaks to UEFA.com about FC Barcelona's huge desire to wrest back the European title.
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  •   Cavani double inspires Paris to League Cup glory 1 day ago - UEFA
    Edinson Cavani scored both Paris Saint-Germain goals as they defeated Olympique Lyonnais 2-1 to lift the French League Cup for the first time since 2008.
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  •   Vela snatches victory for La Real 1 day ago - UEFA
    Carlos Vela's 91st-minute winner maintained hopes of a UEFA Europa League finish for Real Sociedad de Fútbol, who defeated RCD Espanyol 2-1 while Valencia CF were held at CA Osasuna.
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  •   Juventus and Roma record narrow victories 1 day ago - UEFA
    It is as you were at the top with Juventus continuing to lead AS Roma by eight points after both teams registered 1-0 victories on a day when ten Serie A matches took place.
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  •   Birmingham keep out Tyresö's 'best in the world' 1 day ago - UEFA
    Aoife Mannion helped Birmingham City LFC hold Tyresö FF 0-0 but like her colleagues felt they could even have won, while the visitors believe the first-leg scoreline suits them.
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  •   Sunderland end Mourinho run, dent Chelsea hopes 1 day ago - UEFA
    Bottom club Sunderland AFC inflicted a major blow on Chelsea FC's title hopes, their 2-1 win ending José Mourinho's 77-game unbeaten home Premier League record as Blues manager.
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  •   Schröder and Kellermann rue missed chances 1 day ago - UEFA
    "Everything is still possible," said 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam coach Bernd Schröder after a 0-0 first-leg draw with VfL Wolfsburg, who view it as a "dangerous result".
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  •   Schröder and Kellermann rue missed chances 1 day ago - UEFA
    "Everything is still possible," said 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam coach Bernd Schröder after a 0-0 first-leg draw with VfL Wolfsburg, who view it as a "dangerous result".
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