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    Willian's poor service turns into a beautifully lofted, accidental goal at 85"! Knotted up at 1-1 with <5 minutes in regulation.

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    Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham all settle for a single point this weekend. MU claimed their three points and City visits Huddersfield tomorrow. I am in no way a Mou fan, but hats off to him for keeping United within shouting distance of City while the rest of the field falters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huja:
    Spurs going to rue these lost points come spring.
    Or they might look reality square in the eye today . . .

    Tottenham gap to Manchester City now 'massive' Mauricio Pochettino - ESPN FC
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    Man City scored three goals in their visit to Huddersfield. Unfortunately, the first was an own goal by Otamendi that shockingly had the hosts up 1-0 at HT. Aguero's PK goal brought City even and the much maligned Raheem Sterling scored another HUGE late goal. This may shock most fans, but Sterling is the leading goal scorer on a City side full of snipers.

    The Manchester sides gain two points on the rest of the field this weekend.

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    Southampton had their way with Everton, winning 4-1.

    Arsenal needed an injury-time PK goal to eke out a 1-0 victory on the road. I didn't watch the match, but the stats indicate Arsenal deserved the three points.

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    Top 4
    1 ManCity 37
    2 ManUnited 29
    3 Chelsea 26
    4 Arsenal 25

    Tottenham is fading away .....
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    Quote Originally Posted by huja:
    Southampton had their way with Everton, winning 4-1.

    Arsenal needed an injury-time PK goal to eke out a 1-0 victory on the road. I didn't watch the match, but the stats indicate Arsenal deserved the three points.
    They deserved it and clear penalty (probably should have had another one earlier). Burnley hit the post though and generally defended well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom007:
    Top 4
    1 ManCity 37
    2 ManUnited 29
    3 Chelsea 26
    4 Arsenal 25

    Tottenham is fading away .....
    A Dortmund-like swan dive.
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    Doing the Lion again


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    Quote Originally Posted by huja:
    Man City scored three goals in their visit to Huddersfield. Unfortunately, the first was an own goal by Otamendi that shockingly had the hosts up 1-0 at HT. Aguero's PK goal brought City even and the much maligned Raheem Sterling scored another HUGE late goal. This may shock most fans, but Sterling is the leading goal scorer on a City side full of snipers.

    The Manchester sides gain two points on the rest of the field this weekend.
    Raheem Sterling of Manchester City can be one of Europe's most dangerous forwards - ESPN FC

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