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Serie A roundup: Immobile nets hat-trick, Lazio runs over Sampdoria (video)
"Immobile has been doing extraordinary things for four years, I’m not surprised," Lazio manager Simone Inzaghi said.
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La Liga roundup: Casemiro’s brace earns injury-riddled Real Madrid win (video)
With multiple superstars injured and Valverde suspended, Casemiro's double earned Real Madrid a valuable victory, and hero-like praise.
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16-year-old Cherki scores 2 as Lyon advances in French Cup
Two goals and two assists from 16-year-old forward Rayan Cherki helped Lyon win 4-3 at Nantes and reach the last 16 of the French Cup on Saturday.
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‘I’m very happy for this’: Jimenez becomes Wolves all-time leading PL goalscorer
"I want to say thank you to all my teammates, to the staff, to the coach, because without all of them, I can't achieve this goal," Jimenez said.
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Lampard calls for Chelsea to finish chances: ‘We know where we need to strengthen’
“If we are looking for people to bring in to the areas to win games when you are controlling it, it is scoring goals," Lampard said after Chelsea's loss.
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Bundesliga wrap: Adams, Leipzig star as Leipzig pads lead
The Bundesliga returned Saturday after its winter break, bringing a cavalcade of impactful American stories to the field.
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Newcastle not apologizing after smash-and-grab win
Steve Bruce says Newcastle United may have to add to its transfer window shopping list following another injury in a thrilling win over Chelsea.
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Extended highlights: Newcastle 1, Chelsea 0
A stoppage-time winner from Isaac Hayden stunned Chelsea and gave all three points to Newcastle at St. James' Park.
Hayden wins it in stoppage time for Newcastle
Isaac Hayden flicks a magnificent cross from Alain St. Maximin past Kepa Arrizabalaga to steal three points for Newcastle at the death against Chelsea.
Nuno proud of Wolves comeback; Hasenhuttl fumes at VAR
Nuno Espirito Santo hails "amazing" Wolves comeback as Southampton complains about VAR-awarded penalty kick.
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U.S. teen Vassilev makes Premier League debut for Villa
The Savannah, Georgia-born Vassilev, 17, has six goals and two assists in 13 appearances for Villans' Premier League 2 side.
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Favre reacts to Dortmund debuts for Haaland, U.S. prospect Reyna
American 17-year-old Giovanni Reyna entered for Thorgan Hazard in the 72nd minute, getting 13 touches and completing 7-of-9 passes.
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Extended highlights: Norwich City 1, Bournemouth 0
Both teams finished with ten men, but it was Bournemouth's red card that proved costlier, as Teemu Pukki's penalty gave Norwich City a 1-0 win at Carrow Road.
Extended highlights: Brighton 1, Aston Villa 1
Jack Grealish's late equalizer rescued a point for Aston Villa after Leandro Trossard gave hosts Brighton a first-half lead.
Aston Villa grab vital point at Brighton
Fiery encounter ends even as playmakers Trossard, Grealish on target for relegation scrappers Brighton and Aston Villa.
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Extended highlights: West Ham 1, Everton 1
West Ham and Everton earned a point each at London Stadium after Dominic Calvert-Lewin responded immediately after Issa Diop's opening goal.
Pukki leads 10-man Norwich City win over 10-man Bournemouth
Teemu Pukki scored from the spot to give the Canaries some hope and increase the Cherries' despair.
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Jimenez leads stunning Wolves comeback
Wolves back from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at Southampton as Mexico star Jimenez was the hero.
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Holgate, Pickford save Everton in draw with West Ham
The draw has David Moyes' West Ham a point outside the drop zone, while 11th place Everton moves seven clear with 29 points.
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Extended highlights: Southampton 2, Wolves 3
Wolves pulled off another incredible comeback, overturning a 2-0 halftime deficit to claim victory against Southampton behind a brace from Raul Jimenez.
Extended highlights: Man City 2, Crystal Palace 2
Man City and Crystal Palace each took the lead before settling for a point at the Etihad in a thrilling 2-2 draw.
Extended highlights: Arsenal 1, Sheffield United 1
John Fleck's late equalizer canceled out Gabriel Martinelli's opener to give Arsenal and Sheffield United a point apiece at the Emirates.
Fleck artistry gets Sheffield United point at Arsenal
John Fleck's perfectly lashed side volley gave Sheffield United another great result via a 1-1 draw at Arsenal on Saturday.
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Fernandinho own goal gets Crystal Palace equalizer
Wilfried Zaha's cross deflects off Fernandinho and into the Man City net to give Crystal Palace a late equalizer at the Etihad.
Aguero's second goal puts Man City in front
Sergio Aguero heads home for his second goal of the day to turn the tables on Crystal Palace and put Man City 2-1 up at the Etihad.
Fleck steals an equalizer for Sheffield United
John Fleck rips a half-volley inside the far post to score a late equalizer for Sheffield United against Arsenal.
Grealish powers Villa level at the Amex
Jack Grealish punishes Brighton for a costly turnover, smashing past Mat Ryan to get Aston Villa on level terms.
Aguero equalizes for Man City v. Crystal Palace
Sergio Aguero slides in to convert Gabriel Jesus' cross and get Man City level at 1-1 against Crystal Palace.
Jimenez completes Wolves' comeback v. Saints
Adama Traore finds Raul Jimenez in the box, and the striker slots home a clinical finish to bring Wolves from 2-0 down to a 3-2 lead at St. Mary's.
VIDEO: Haaland scores 20-minute debut hat trick
Erling Haaland scores a 20-minute hat trick on his Bundesliga debut.
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Watch Live: Newcastle United v. Chelsea
Chelsea seeks back-to-back league wins for the first time since Nov. 9 when it visits surprising Newcastle United on Saturday at St. James’ Park.
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Jimenez converts penalty, equalizes for Wolves
Raul Jimenez slides home from the spot after VAR awards Wolves a penalty, and they draw level after being 2-0 down against Southampton.
Pedro Neto halves Wolves' deficit v. Southampton
Pedro Neto controls Adama Traore's cross and smashes past Alex McCarthy to get Wolves back in the game against Southampton.
Transfer rumor roundup: Moses reunited with Conte, Lazaro to Newcastle
Fun facts: Valentino Lazaro's middle name is Lando, while long time Premier League player Victor Moses somewhat surprisingly just turned 29.
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Pukki penalty puts Canaries in front v. Cherries
Teemu Pukki converts from the spot after Steve Cook was sent off for saving a goal with his hand, and Norwich City grab the lead over Bournemouth.
Calvert-Lewin equalizes for Everton
Dominic Calvert-Lewin nods home from a corner to produce an instant response and get Everton back on level terms against West Ham.
PL AT HALF: Goals, goals everywhere as Arsenal leads, Man City trails
Steve Cook made an incredible hand save for Bournemouth versus Norwich City in Premier League action. Problem: Steve Cook is not a goalkeeper.
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Martinelli volleys Arsenal in front v. Blades
Gabriel Martinelli flies in to meet Bukayo Saka's cross and give the Gunners the lead against Sheffield United at the stroke of halftime.
Diop heads West Ham in front v. Everton
Robert Snodgrass delivers a pinpoint cross from a free kick, and Issa Diop bounces his header past Jordan Pickford to put the Hammers in front against Everton.
Trossard fires Brighton into lead v. Aston Villa
Neal Maupay plays in Leandro Trossard, who slots past Pepe Reina to put Brighton in front of Aston Villa.
Tosun's first Palace goal gives Eagles the lead
Gary Cahill nods a corner across the face of goal and finds Cenk Tosun, who heads home to give Crystal Palace the lead against Manchester City.
Long heads Southampton into 2-0 lead
Cedric Soares plays in a lovely cross that finds Shane Long to glance a header home and put Saints 2-0 to the good against Wolves.
Bednarek volleys Southampton in front v. Wolves
Jan Bednarek charges in to meet a great cross from James Ward-Prowse and hits a half-volley past Rui Patricio to give Southampton a 1-0 lead over Wolves.
Around the Grounds at Newcastle
Arlo White and Graeme Le Saux report from the touchline at one of England's most iconic soccer stadiums to preview today's match between Newcastle and Chelsea at St. James' Park.
Mourinho slams “very bad” VAR decisions
Jose Mourinho laments VAR decisions as Spurs draw at Watford: "Goal-line technology does not make mistakes like VAR."
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Extended highlights: Watford 0, Tottenham 0
Paolo Gazzaniga saved Troy Deeney's penalty to deny Watford a win as the Hornets and Spurs shared the spoils at Vicarage Road.
Watch Live: Six Premier League games at 10am
Arsenal, Man City, Everton and Wolves all in action across the six Premier League games at 10 a.m. ET. Stream them all live, here.
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Klopp hits out at Man United’s style of play
"It's strange when you play against a high, high quality team as United still are, and they play the way they play."
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Watch Live: Watford v. Tottenham
Can Spurs get back on track away at surging Watford? Stream their Premier League clash live online, right here.
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Pearson: ‘I was semi-retired’ before Watford came calling
Nigel Pearson is back in the Premier League for the first time in five years, and his Watford side is suddenly red-hot.
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