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The 2018-19 Premier League season summed up in 10 games

[ad_1] After eight months and 380 matches, the 2018-19 Premier League campaign is over. Here is a bite-size summary of the campaign through 10 games that feature all 20 sides.- Ogden: Epic title race decided by millimetres- What you might have missed on Premier League's final dayThe Premier League's 27th year started with a thrilling, end-to-end contest and a fortunate Manchester United victory which set the tone for their campaign.
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Manchester City and Liverpool’s epic title race was decided by millimetres and seconds

[ad_1] Eighty-three seconds; that's all they had. For just under one and a half minutes, Liverpool and their supporters allowed hope to turn into belief that a 29-year wait to be champions of England would come to an end on the final day of the Premier League season.Having taken a 17th-minute lead against Wolves at Anfield through Sadio Mane, news came through that Glenn Murray had headed Brighton in front
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how they took over the Premier League

[ad_1] The end of the Premier League season is upon us, and barring something extraordinary with the Champions League places, there is just one meaningful thing left to decide. And boy, is it meaningful: Manchester City go into their trip to Brighton a point ahead of Liverpool, who face Wolves at home, therefore knowing that a victory will guarantee the retention of the title.These two sides have more or less
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The Premier League’s title chase with Man City, Liverpool has been amazing. But are tight races a thing of the past?

[ad_1] None of this is supposed to happen anymore.Liverpool and Manchester City have traded uppercuts for eight grueling months. Neither one has missed a punch and now we're left with two of the best teams in Premier League history separated by just one point with just one game to go. It's the closest title race since Sergio AGUEROOOOOO's 94-minute winner against Queens Park Rangers on matchday 38 in 2012; it's
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Chelsea-Arsenal join Tottenham-Liverpool in all-English European finals

[ad_1] England became the first country to provide two finalists in both European competitions in the same season after Chelsea and Arsenal made it through to the title match in the Europa League on Thursday.It adds up to a season of domination for English clubs in Europe, with Liverpool and Tottenham reaching the final of the Champions League this week by overturning three-goal aggregate deficits at various stages of their
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After the craziest week in Champions League history, who will (and won’t) win the final?

[ad_1] After the most extraordinary week in recent football memory, with Liverpool completing an unthinkable 4-0 turnaround against Barcelona and then Spurs shocking Ajax 3-2 in Amsterdam the following day, predictions for the Champions League final on June 1 seem futile at this point.So here's a preview suggesting why Liverpool and Tottenham will, and won't, lift the trophy next month.WHY LIVERPOOL WILL WINUltimately, Liverpool are the better side. They sit
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Barcelona, Valverde didn’t learn from Roma shock last season. Then it happened again vs. Liverpool. Why?

[ad_1] Maybe as a kid you didn't see the point in history class, reading up on all those men (and yeah, they were probably mostly men) of yesteryear, with their outdated ideas and senseless battles won and lost. Maybe you failed to see how events from centuries ago have any relevance to the here and now. And maybe that's why some annoyed teacher or parent quoted the philosopher George Santayana
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Barcelona, Valverde didn’t learn from Roma shock last season. Then it happened again vs. Liverpool. Why?

[ad_1] Maybe as a kid you didn't see the point in History class, reading up on all those men (and yeah, they were probably mostly men) of yesteryear, with their outdated ideas and senseless battles won and lost. Maybe you failed to see how events from centuries ago have any relevance to the here and now. And maybe that's why some annoyed teacher or parent quoted the philosopher George Santayana
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Liverpool’s comeback tops any magic historic Anfield has ever seen

[ad_1] LIVERPOOL, England -- Jurgen Klopp hinted that he didn't believe Liverpool could pull off a Champions League miracle against Barcelona, admitting Monday that "beautiful failure" was perhaps the best his team could hope for against the Spanish champions.Come on, Jurgen, you need to have more faith. Your players have shown they are capable of anything, but nothing can match this: a 4-0 rout of Barcelona when every odd was