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You should have seen me as a player!’ – Liverpool boss Klopp laughs off Mane spat after Manchester United victory
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You should have seen me as a player!’ – Liverpool boss Klopp laughs off Mane spat after Manchester United victory

The Reds manager insists there is no issue with his Senegalese star after he appeared to snub a handshake at Old Trafford on Thursday Jurgen Klopp has played down his row with Sadio Mane after Liverpool’s win over Manchester United, insisting he is “completely relaxed” about the issue. Mane was seen snubbing his manager’s attempt at a handshake following the Reds’ 4-1 win at Old Trafford on Thursday. The Senegal international had, it appears, been disappointed not to have started the game, with Roberto Firmino, Diogo Jota and Mo Salah preferred by Klopp. All three justified their selection, scoring in what could prove a vital victory in the race for Champions League qualification.
EPL: You Lack Respect for Doing that in Front of Camera – Owen blasts Mane over Klopp
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EPL: You Lack Respect for Doing that in Front of Camera – Owen blasts Mane over Klopp

  Former Liverpool striker, Michael Owen, has slammed Sadio Mane for showing a lack of respect to his manager, Jurgen Klopp, after the Reds’ Premier League 4-2 win over Manchester United on Thursday. Goals from Diogo Jota, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah gave Liverpool all three points against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side as Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford’s goals were not enough to give the Red Devils a point. After Liverpool defeated Man United at Old Trafford, Klopp went onto the pitch to congratulate his players. The German received a frosty reception from Mane, who had been left on the bench at the start of the match. Mane refused to shake Klopp’s hand and walked away from him, shaking his head. But Owen felt the Senegalese international was ‘disrespect...
EPL: Bruno Fernandes Criticize Man United Players after 4-2 Defeat to Liverpool
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EPL: Bruno Fernandes Criticize Man United Players after 4-2 Defeat to Liverpool

  Manchester United midfielder, Bruno Fernandes, has criticized the Red Devils players for not playing at their best against Liverpool following their Premier League 4-2 defeat against the Reds on Thursday. Fernandes believes Man United players gave Liverpool more space during the encounter at Old Trafford, adding that the visitors used the opportunity to score. Goals from Diogo Jota, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah ensured Liverpool defeated Man United as Fernandes and Marcus Rashford’s two goals were not enough. “We played side to side, we tried to do what we trained at,” Fernandes told MUTV. “When you go down, playing 45 minutes against a team like Liverpool, we tried to push a little more and create danger. “We gave more space to them, and they took that sp...
Neto’s not leaving Wolves!’ – Coady responds to Carragher’s Liverpool transfer chat
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Neto’s not leaving Wolves!’ – Coady responds to Carragher’s Liverpool transfer chat

Jamie Carragher has been doing his best to talk up a move to Liverpool for Pedro Neto, but Conor Coady has been quick to state that the Portuguese winger is "not leaving Wolves". A talented 21-year-old that moved to English football in the summer of 2019 has further enhanced his reputation this season with five goals and six assists through 31 Premier League appearances. His efforts are said to have brought him onto a recruitment radar at Anfield, with Jurgen Klopp having already found considerable value in a deal for Neto's fellow countryman and former club colleague Diogo Jota.
Rio Ferdinand Changes Top Four Prediction after Arsenal vs Liverpool Game
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Rio Ferdinand Changes Top Four Prediction after Arsenal vs Liverpool Game

  Former Manchester United defender, Rio Ferdinand, has said he feels Liverpool are back on track to claim a top four spot, following their 3-0 win over Arsenal on Saturday. Diogo Jota climbed off the bench to score twice, while Mohammed Salah also got on the scoresheet, as the defending champions clinched an important victory. The result leaves Liverpool just two points off fourth spot. With Chelsea’s shock 5-2 defeat to West Brom and Tottenham drawing 2-2 at Newcastle, Ferdinand believes the final Champions League spot is Liverpool’s for the taking. “I think Liverpool are going to get in there now. The result they got at the weekend, the performance and the confidence that will give that team. “Liverpool with how they’ve been in the last two seasons they have t...
Liverpool Outclass Arsenal To Boost Top-Four Hopes
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Liverpool Outclass Arsenal To Boost Top-Four Hopes

Liverpool put up a masterclass display as they ran out 3-0 winners against a pathetic Arsenal side to five their top-four pursuit a big push. Second half goals from Diogo Jota, who bagged a brace and Mohamed Salah secured the deserved win. Liverpool move up to fifth position on 49 points and are just two points behind fourth-placed Chelsea. The defeat means Arsenal remain in 9th position on the log. The Reds settled quicker and Fabinho drilled an early shot from range just wide before Mane had a deflected header easily saved. A fine piece of skill from Roberto Firmino saw the Brazilian move into space and send a rasping shot wide just on the half-hour mark, but the best chance of the half saw James Milner steer an effort off-target from the edge of the box. After the ...
Ronaldo Close to Breaking Ali Daei’s Record after Portugal’s Victory against Luxembourg
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Ronaldo Close to Breaking Ali Daei’s Record after Portugal’s Victory against Luxembourg

Portugal captain, Cristiano Ronaldo, is closing in on the Iranian, Ali Daei’s record of 109 goals- the most ever in men’s international football after scoring in his side’s World Cup qualifier 3-1 win against Luxembourg on Tuesday night. A goal from Ronaldo and a strike each from Diogo Jota and João Palhinha ensured Portugal defeated Luxembourg at Josy Barthel Stadium. Ronaldo’s goal against Luxembourg means the Juventus star now has 103rd goal for Portugal. The former Real Madrid star has now scored for Portugal in every calendar year since his first international goal in 2004 and moved six away from tying the all-time scoring record for a men’s national team. Reacting after the game, Ronaldo, in a tweet via his Twitter handle, wrote, “Important victory towards our goal. C...
Jamie Carragher Rates Liverpool’s Chances after Wolves Win
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Jamie Carragher Rates Liverpool’s Chances after Wolves Win

    Former Liverpool defender, Jamie Carragher, has insisted that he does not believe Jurgen Klopp’s men will finish in the top-four positions on the Premier League table this season, despite their victory against Wolves on Monday night at Molineux. Liverpool defeated Wolves, thanks to a first-half goal from Diogo Jota. The Reds are currently in the sixth position on the Premier League table with five points behind fourth-place Chelsea after 29 games. Asked about Liverpool’s Premier League top four chances after the game, Carragher said, “It’s been a freak, been really poor the teams they have lost to. “But when we talk about teams at the bottom, it feels like there’s going to be a real fight for the top-four and the relegation places this season. “At this ...
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Klopp Criticizes Salah, Others after Liverpool’s 1-0 Win Over Wolves

Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp, has criticized his players, including Mohamed Salah, following the Reds’ Premier League 1-0 victory over Wolves on Monday night at Molineux Stadium. Klopp said his players were ‘not active enough’ during the encounter against Wolves, adding that he didn’t like the start. A first-half goal from Diogo Jota gave Liverpool all three points against the host. “It’s all about the result,” Klopp told Sky Sports. “It was a big fight. We won three dirty points, and I am fine with that if that is what it takes to try to get back on track. “We had very good moments where we should have done better offensively. Defensively the whole game was really good. “I did not like the start; we were not active enough. But we improved a lot and defended well, and t...
Liverpool vs Chelsea: Klopp Under Attack for Substituting Mohamed Salah
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Liverpool vs Chelsea: Klopp Under Attack for Substituting Mohamed Salah

  A former Arsenal and Liverpool winger, Jermaine Pennant, has criticized manager, Jurgen Klopp, for substituting forward, Mohamed Salah, during the Reds’ 1-0 defeat against Chelsea in the Premier League on Thursday night. Pennant described Klopp’s decision to take off Salah, who can produce magic as ‘silly’. Recall that Klopp made a surprise decision to replace the Egyptian international with Diogo Jota after just 62 minutes during the match at Anfield. Salah was clearly sad with Klopp’s decision as the 28-year-old shook his head on Liverpool’s bench. “I am concerned that you are bringing him [Salah] off. You do not bring off a player of that stature,” Pennant told Stadium Astro. “Not because he is bigger than the club, but because of what he can do on the pitch...
Liverpool vs Chelsea: Why I Substituted Salah Early During 1-0 Defeat – Klopp
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Liverpool vs Chelsea: Why I Substituted Salah Early During 1-0 Defeat – Klopp

  Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, has explained why he substituted forward, Mohamed Salah, early during his side’s 1-0 defeat against Chelsea on Thursday night at Anfield. Klopp made a surprise decision to replace Salah with Diogo Jota after just 62 minutes during the encounter. Salah was clearly unhappy with Klopp’s call as the former AS Roma shook his head on Liverpool’s bench. Klopp is now saying that he substituted Salah because he had concerns over the Egyptian international suffering from fatigue during Liverpool’s defeat to Chelsea. Mason Mount’s goal in the first half gave Thomas Tuchel’s side all three points against Liverpool. Klopp told Sky Sports: “I just brought on flesh legs. Mo [Salah] looked like today, it’s not very often… he suffered a bit, he ...
Liverpool vs Chelsea: Klopp Gives Update on Alisson Becker, Fabinho, Diogo Jota
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Liverpool vs Chelsea: Klopp Gives Update on Alisson Becker, Fabinho, Diogo Jota

  Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, has provided the latest update on Alisson Becker, Fabinho and Diogo Jota, ahead of his side’s Premier League clash with Chelsea on Thursday night. Becker didn’t feature in Liverpool’s win against Sheffield United last Sunday on compassionate grounds. Fabinho has missed Liverpool’s last four outings due to a muscle issue, while Jota has not played for the Reds since December 9 due to a knee injury. Speaking at his pre-match press conference on Wednesday, Klopp said: “Ali [Becker] trained now the full week and, yes, we should expect that he is able to return. “Fab has now five or six sessions in his legs, and we have to make a decision how we deal with that, but he looks good and is ready for the squad for sure. “Diogo had this li...
Liverpool vs Chelsea: Klopp receives triple injury boost ahead of EPL clash
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Liverpool vs Chelsea: Klopp receives triple injury boost ahead of EPL clash

Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, received a major boost on Tuesday, as Alisson Becker, Diogo Jota and Fabinho all trained ahead of their Premier League clash with Chelsea on Thursday. Alisson missed their 2-0 win at Sheffield United on Sunday, following his father’s death. Jota has been out of action since he picked up a knee injury during the Champions League tie against Midtjylland on December 9. Fabinho has been out of the side through injury since the 4-1 defeat at home to Manchester City on February 7. Naby Keita, Ben Davies, who is yet to make his debut for Liverpool, and James Milner were also part of Tuesday’s training session. “Alisson and Fabinho, I’m pretty sure [will be available for the match against Chelsea]. “With Diogo, he was with us in the hotel, but h...
Liverpool forward Diogo Jota returns to training after knee injury
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Liverpool forward Diogo Jota returns to training after knee injury

Liverpool forward Diogo Jota resumed full training on Wednesday after being out for more than two months with a knee injury, the Premier League club said. Jota scored nine goals in 17 games since arriving from Wolverhampton Wanderers in September. He sustained the injury in a Champions League match against Midtjylland on December 9. The club also said centre back Virgil van Dijk, who has been out since October following knee surgery, continued his rehabilitation with an individual outdoor session on Wednesday. Liverpool, who have dropped to sixth on the back of four straight league defeats, travel to bottom club Sheffield United on Sunday.
Liverpool Need Three new Players After Man City Defeat – Carragher
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Liverpool Need Three new Players After Man City Defeat – Carragher

The Premier League champions saw their title defence suffer a huge setback, as Pep Guardiola’s side put in a stunning second half performance to take all three points. City’s 10th league win in a row, means they have a 10-point advantage over Jurgen Klopp’s side and a game in hand. Liverpool have been hit with injuries this season, with Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Diogo Jota sidelined for long spells. And Carragher admits it is hard to be “too critical” of Klopp’s side, as they lack freshness and strength in depth. “This is a team who have gone to the well and produced unbelievable moments and trophies for this club which is why I find it a little bit hard to be too critical of this team. “They just haven’t stopped for three years. That’s why I say they need a little ...
Liverpool Striker, Diogo Jota and Partner Rute Cardoso Welcome their First Child, a Baby Boy 
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Liverpool Striker, Diogo Jota and Partner Rute Cardoso Welcome their First Child, a Baby Boy 

Liverpool striker, Diogo Jota and his partner Rute Cardoso have welcomed their first child together, a baby named Dinis. The 24-year-old Portuguese international took to Twitter to announce the birth of their newborn son. Sharing a lovely photo of his partner holding their newborn's hand, he wrote: "And we are already 3. Together forever .Proud of you Ru." Shortly after, Rute took to Instagram to reveal they have named the child, Dinis.
Liverpool vs Man City: Klopp Gives Injury Update on Sadio Mane, Diogo Jota
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Liverpool vs Man City: Klopp Gives Injury Update on Sadio Mane, Diogo Jota

Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp, has provided the latest injury update on Sadio Mane and Diogo Jota ahead of his side’s Premier League clash with Manchester City on Sunday. Klopp said Mane might be available for Liverpool against Pep Guardiola’s men, while Jota may be out of action for four weeks. Mane and Jota missed Liverpool’s 1-0 defeat against Brighton on Wednesday night at Anfield due to injury. Providing an update on both players, Klopp was quoted by Liverpool’s official website as saying: “Diogo is – I don’t know exactly – a couple of weeks, two, three, four. I am not sure. “And Sadio we will see. He might be available for the weekend [against Man City], I don’t know. “He didn’t train with the team today. We will see.” Liverpool are seven points behind leaders Manc...
Diogo Jota scored a terrific hat-trick as Liverpool thrashed Atalanta in the Champions League
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Diogo Jota scored a terrific hat-trick as Liverpool thrashed Atalanta in the Champions League

Jurgen Klopp's side have won all three Group D games without conceding a goal, and victory in one of their remaining fixtures should be enough to take them through to the knockout stages. Portugal international Jota showed why he was given a start ahead of Roberto Firmino by scoring for a fourth consecutive game, dinking in a delightful opener before doubling the lead with a thumping strike at the near post. He completed his triple in the second period, collecting Sadio Mane's pass before going round goalkeeper Marco Sportiello and slotting into an open net. In between Jota's third, the Reds netted two quick-fire goals at the start of the second half as Mohamed Salah took full advantage of an exposed backline to run clear and curl home and Mane clipped in the fourth. The Se...
Liverpool 2-0 Midtjylland: Jota helps secure hard-fought Champions League win
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Liverpool 2-0 Midtjylland: Jota helps secure hard-fought Champions League win

Liverpool had to work hard to see off Midtjylland, Diogo Jota and Mohamed Salah getting the goals in a 2-0 triumph at Anfield. Diogo Jota scored the 10,000th goal in Liverpool's history as they laboured to a 2-0 win over Midtjylland, maintaining their 100 per cent start in Champions League Group D. After a woeful first-half display from Jurgen Klopp's side, Portugal forward Jota finished off a fine team move 10 minutes into the second period as he struck home from close range. Midtjylland's best chance fell to Brazilian Evander, who saw his shot on the turn flashed wide, while Liverpool missed further opportunities to increase their margin of victory.
Liverpool 2-1 Sheffield United: Jota helps champions return to winning ways
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Liverpool 2-1 Sheffield United: Jota helps champions return to winning ways

Roberto Firmino and Diogo Jota were on target for Liverpool, who had fallen behind to a Sander Berge penalty. Liverpool returned to winning ways in the Premier League as Diogo Jota's second-half goal secured a 2-1 win over Sheffield United at Anfield on Saturday. A controversial draw with Everton last time out followed a 7-2 humiliation at the hands of Aston Villa before the international break and Jurgen Klopp's side looked set for more disappointment when a Sander Berge penalty put the Blades ahead after 13 minutes. Robert Firmino's first of the season drew them level ahead of the interval, though, before Jota sealed all three points in the 64th minute with his second goal for the club following his move from Wolves last month.
Liverpool Hit Seven To Set Up Arsenal Tie In Carabao Cup
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Liverpool Hit Seven To Set Up Arsenal Tie In Carabao Cup

Liverpool thrashed League One side, Lincoln to set up a Carabao Cup fourth-round tie with Arsenal next week. Xherdan Shaqiri curled a fine free-kick into the top corner to put them ahead. Takumi Minamino and Curtis Jones both scored twice as the second-string Reds cruised through - with £41m Diogo Jota one of three debutants in the game. Tayo Edun pulled one back, Marko Grujic added a sixth for Liverpool, Lewis Montsma scored for Lincoln and Divock Origi got the Reds' seventh. Liverpool handed debuts to defenders Rhys Williams and Kostas Tsimikas, with former Wolves forward Jota coming on in the second half. Most of their goals were excellent. After Shaqiri's free-kick, Minamino curled home from outside the box and teenager Jones scored from Origi's cushioned header. ...
Liverpool To Complete £45m Signing Of Diogo Jota From Wolves
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Liverpool To Complete £45m Signing Of Diogo Jota From Wolves

Liverpool have agreed a £45m deal for Wolves forward Diogo Jota, with the 23-year-old set to head to Melwood on Saturday to undergo a medical before completing the deal. The move comes just hours after the Premier League champions secured the signing of Thiago Alcantara from Bayern Munich in a deal that could be worth up to £25m. Jota's arrival at Anfield could be made easier by Liverpool defender Ki-Jana Hoever moving to Wolves in a deal worth £10m, plus add-ons. Jota left Molineux before kick-off against Stoke in the Carabao Cup on Thursday and was an unused substitute at the weekend in the 2-0 win at Sheffield United . The Portuguese international forward has agreed a five-year deal and will follow Thiago Alcantara in moving to the Premier League champions The Portugue...
Ndidi blames Vardy and Schmeichel for ePremier League demolition
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Ndidi blames Vardy and Schmeichel for ePremier League demolition

After bowing to Diogo Jota on Thursday, the midfielder joked his Leicester City teammates were the reason he lost Wilfred Ndidi has suggested Jamie Vardy and Kasper Schmeichel's refusal of him playing Fifa 2020 caused the problem against Diogo Jota. Ndidi suffered an 8-2 obliteration against the Wolverhampton Wanderers star in the ePremier League invitational Round of 16 game. In the tournament designed to keep fans and players engaged during the lockdown, Jota as the captain scored four times to qualify for the quarter-final.
Europa League Highest Goal Scorers Revealed
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Europa League Highest Goal Scorers Revealed

After the conclusion of the UEFA Europa League last 32 fixtures on Thursday night, below are the current highest goal scorers chasing the golden boot in the Europe second top-flight league. Manchester United midfielder, Bruno Fernandes, has six goals in the Europa League after he scored a goal in his side’s 5-0 win over Club Brugge. Rangers’ Alfredo Morelos also has six goals alongside Wolves’ Diogo Jota, Frankfurt’s Daichi Kamada, and Slovan’s Andraz Sporar. UEFA Europa League top scorers after round of 32 fixtures: 6 goals: Alfredo Morelos (Rangers), Bruno Fernandes (Man United), Andraz Sporar (Slovan Bratislava), Diogo Jota (Wolves), Daichi Kamada (Frankfurt). 5 goals: Munir El Haddadi (Sevilla), Edin Visca (Istanbul Basaksehir), Marko Raguz (LASK). 4 goals: Myron ...
Wolves Get Major Boost Ahead of Liverpool Clash
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Wolves Get Major Boost Ahead of Liverpool Clash

  The Wolves  been handed a major boost ahead of their Premier League clash with Liverpool on Thursday night at Molineux Stadium. This is after Wolves manager, Nuno Espirito Santo confirmed in his pre-match press conference on Wednesday that Willy Boly and Diogo Jota are in contention to feature against Jurgen Klopp’s men following their recovery from injuries. Wolves head to the game following a 3-2 win over Southampton in their last encounter. “We have good news,” Nuno said as quoted by Liverpool’s official website. “We have Diogo integrating into the team, working with the squad, Boly also, so things are getting better.” Nuno added: “They’re very good and do things very well. It’s a very good, fantastic team. “Liv...
Wolves’ Traore anticipates tough clash against Crusaders
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Wolves’ Traore anticipates tough clash against Crusaders

The 23-year-old wants his side to be at their best when they face off with the Hatchetmen in the second-tier European competition Adama Traore is looking forward to a difficult game against Northern Irish side Crusaders in the second leg of their Uefa Europa League game in Belfast on Thursday. Nuno Espirito Santo’s men qualified for the European competition after finishing seventh in the Premier League last season. Wolves claimed a comfortable 2-0 victory in the first leg of the encounter at the Molineux Stadium thanks to goals from Diogo Jota and Ruben Vinagre, and need to avoid defeat to advance into the next round of the tournament.
United lose to City in Manchester Derby, Wolves Shock Arsenal
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United lose to City in Manchester Derby, Wolves Shock Arsenal

Manchester City defeated Manchester United 2-0 on Wednesday night, to take control of this season’s title race. Bernardo Silva and Leroy Sane scored two second-half goals, to give City all three points at Old Trafford. For United, it was their seventh loss in nine fixtures. City now have 89 points, one more than Liverpool. At the Molineux, Arsenal’s top four hopes suffered a crushing blow, as they were beaten 3-1. The Gunners were three goals down in the first half, thanks to strikes from Ruben Neves, Matt Doherty and Diogo Jota. Sokratis’ header in the second half, was only a consolation for Unai Emery’s men.
Arsenal’s top-four hopes dented by defeat at Wolves
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Arsenal’s top-four hopes dented by defeat at Wolves

Arsenal’s fragility on the road returned as a 3-1 defeat at c on Wednesday put a huge dent in their hopes of a top-four finish in the Premier League. Arsenal needed only a point to reclaim fourth spot from Chelsea but conceded three times before the break. Unai Emery’s side were stunned as Wolves recovered from a slow start to take the lead with a stunning Ruben Neves free kick before Matt Doherty headed a second in the 37th minute. It got even worse for Arsenal in first-half stoppage time as they carelessly gave the ball away in midfield and Diogo Jota surged through to fire a shot past Bernd Leno. A late Sokratis header from Granit Xhaka’s cross was scant consolation for the Gunners fans who had made the trip to the Midlands. With three games left, Arsenal remain in fifth ...
Wolves Return From Behind To Defeat 10-man Manchester United
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Wolves Return From Behind To Defeat 10-man Manchester United

Manchester United missed the chance to move third in the Premier League as they threw away a lead, had a man sent off and lost at Wolves. Scott McTominay's low strike from 22 yards - his first goal for United - put them ahead after 13 minutes but the hosts equalised 12 minutes later as Diogo Jota coolly finished from a Raul Jimenez pass. The visitors had captain Ashley Young sent off in the 57th minute for two yellow-card offences after he twice fouled Jota in a five-minute spell. Wolves took advantage as they scored a scrappy second goal when David de Gea failed to collect the ball and it ricocheted off United defender Chris Smalling and into the net to give the hosts the win. The defeat was the first under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer since he was given the United manager's job o...
Matic urges Man United not to let top four slip away after FA Cup exit
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Matic urges Man United not to let top four slip away after FA Cup exit

Nemanja Matic says Manchester United must not blow their bid for a Premier League top-four finish after they were dumped out of the FA Cup in their second consecutive defeat under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Saturday’s 2-1 FA Cup quarter-final defeat at Wolves followed a 2-0 loss in the Premier League Arsenal last week, the first league reverse under the Norwegian interim boss. Fifth-placed United are just a point ahead of Chelsea and two points adrift of Arsenal after Solskjaer turned the season around following the sacking of Jose Mourinho, winning 14 of his 19 games and taking them to the Champions League quarter-finals. But Matic knows United must not let the top four slip away. “We have to give our best now to reach the top four. We cannot let it go like this. We are not happy w...
Wolves shock ‘poor’ Man United to reach FA Cup semis
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Wolves shock ‘poor’ Man United to reach FA Cup semis

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted Manchester United produced the poorest performance of his reign as Wolves sent them crashing out of the FA Cup on Saturday with a 2-1 quarter-final win. But United’s interim manager was remarkably upbeat despite his side’s flat performance, saying they had plenty more to fight for as they aim for a top-four finish in the Premier League and look forward to a Champions League last-eight tie against Barcelona. United were well beaten by an eager Wolves side who scored two goals in the space of six minutes in the second half through Raul Jimenez and Diogo Jota, with Marcus Rashford’s injury-time effort a consolation. Solskjaer had presided over a run of just two defeats in 18 games since replacing Jose Mourinho in December, progressing to the quarter-fina...
Wolves Boss Nuno Confident Of Keeping His Stars
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Wolves Boss Nuno Confident Of Keeping His Stars

  Wolves boss Nuno is confident of keeping his squad together. The likes of Ruben Neves, Diogo Jota and Helder Costa are all aged 24 or younger. Nuno said he doesn't lose any sleep over the fear of losing his star men. "Not at all, Because I ask the player and if he tells me he wants to stay here, that's more important," Nuno said "The first thing you have to know is tell the player that this will come naturally in your life, don't try to rush it. If you rush it, it will be a mistake for you. If you want to achieve that, it is normal. "The ownership, as a club, has to make profit. That's another part of the game. You are preparing and working, building and making them things to sell. It's normal, but you also have to tell them 'don't do it now'. ...

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