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Serie A Fixtures 2016.12.10

Crotone Vs Pescara

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Bayern Vs Wolfsburg

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12-11-2016, 12:45 AM

Osasuna 0-3 Barcelona: Suarez & Messi fire champions back to winning ways



Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi struck for Barcelona as they secured a vital 3-0 La Liga win at Osasuna on Saturday.

Luis Enrique's men entered the tie at El Sadar needing a win to end a streak of three successive draws that left them six points behind Real Madrid.After being frustrated in the first half, the visitors managed to break through after the break when Suarez opened the scoring with an easy finish.

Messi, making his 550th appearance for Barcelona, then added the second and third goals to ensure the Spanish champions halved the deficit at the top of the table.

Barca had only lost one of their last 10 meetings with Osasuna in the top flight but their lack of ruthlessness in front of goal threatened to see them concede more ground in the title race, as Suarez and Messi both spurned good chances in a first half in which the visitors dominated.

Oriol Riera and Sergio Leon came close to breaking the deadlock for Joaquin Caparros's side, who offered stern resistance despite having claimed only seven points all season, but Messi combined brilliantly with Jordi Alba to allow Suarez to score against the 22nd different team in La Liga just before the hour mark.

Alba was again the provider as Messi turned in the full-back's cross, and a superb solo run and finish from the 29-year-old - his 17th goal in nine league games against Osasuna - capped the victory in injury time.

The win takes the champions back to within three points of leaders Madrid, who play Deportivo La Coruna later on Saturday, while Osasuna could now find themselves eight points adrift of safety by the end of matchday 14.

Suarez should have put Barcelona ahead in the eighth minute as he ran onto Messi's delightful clipped pass over the defence, but he placed a shot beyond Nauzet's right-hand post.

The Uruguayan came closer four minutes later, firing a shot onto the base of the opposite upright after he held off Miguel Flano 12 yards out, before Samuel Umtiti headed over the crossbar from an Andres Iniesta free-kick.

Barca's pressure was relentless but Messi became the latest to fluff his lines, with Nauzet sticking out a foot to deny the Argentine after Suarez set him free in the middle of the box, and the goalkeeper reacted brilliantly to tip Messi's chipped effort over the crossbar 10 minutes later.

Osasuna had barely managed a touch in Barca's half but they did fashion a glorious chance to take the lead before the break - Riera failing to connect with Miguel de las Cuevas' low cut-back as he slid in at the far post.

Sergio Leon had left Gerard Pique for dead with a sublime piece of skill in the first half, and he was inches away from humbling Marc-Andre ter Stegen early in the second when his brilliant chip from 30 yards came back off the crossbar with the Barca goalkeeper beaten.

Osasuna had shipped 29 goals in their opening 13 matches but were dealing comfortably with Barca's pressure - until a moment of brilliance from Messi carved them apart.

The Argentine feinted to shoot from 20 yards before sliding a superb pass through the defence and into the feet of Alba on the left of the area, and his square ball to Suarez - who was just onside - gave the striker a simple tap-in from six yards.

Osasuna looked deflated by the goal and any hopes of a result were dashed 18 minutes from time. Substitute Denis Suarez sent the untracked Alba clear down the left, and his low cross was steered into the far corner by Messi from close range.

Ter Stegen denied Sergio Leon with a good stop but Barca's victory was given some gloss in injury time, as Messi danced his way into the penalty area, dummied a shot to put Nauzet on the turf before lofting the ball beyond the goalkeeper and three covering defenders and into the corner of the net.
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12-11-2016, 12:46 AM

Watford 3-2 Everton: Wonderful Okaka guides Hornets to home win



Stefano Okaka scored twice as Watford came from behind and held on to consign Everton to a sixth successive winless Premier League away match with a 3-2 triumph at Vicarage Road.

Romelu Lukaku put Everton ahead after just 17 minutes with his first top-flight goal since October 30, but Okaka helped secure an impressive turnaround with Walter Mazzarri's team benefiting from their opponents' lacklustre defending.

Belgium international Lukaku tucked home from a pass by Gareth Barry - the midfielder moving joint-second with Frank Lampard in the all-time Premier League appearance list with his 609th outing - but Okaka restored parity before half-time when he brilliantly flicked Nordin Amrabat's cross home with his trailing leg.

The Italian evaded Ashley Williams to take the chance, and Sebastian Prodl made the most of similarly slack marking by Seamus Coleman to head Jose Holebas' free-kick beyond Maarten Stekelenburg before the hour mark.

Another dead-ball delivery from Holebas enabled Watford to extend their advantage five minutes later, Okaka getting away from Barry to complete his first Premier League double.

Everton, without a win on the road since September 12, pulled another back through Lukaku in the closing stages but were unable to fully recover and could end the weekend in the bottom half, while Watford, temporarily at least, rise to seventh.

Gerard Deulofeu did his best to make up for the absence of the injured Yannick Bolasie with some teasing deliveries from the right, but it was a more direct approach that resulted in Everton scoring the opening goal.

Barry's simple ball over the top caught Miguel Britos - picked ahead of Christian Kabasele - flat-footed and Lukaku took full advantage by slotting through the legs of the onrushing Heurelho Gomes.

Troy Deeney was unable to control a cutback from Amrabat as Watford responded positively to going behind and they were rewarded in the 36th minute.Leighton Baines was caught out of position by Amrabat, whose cross beyond the covering Ramiro Funes Mori was skilfully flicked past Stekelenburg by Okaka.

Deeney spurned a glorious chance before half-time, but Watford went ahead after 59 minutes when Prodl got away from Coleman to power a header from Holebas' free-kick into the back of the net.

Everton crumbled and, after Britos was denied by an excellent Stekelenburg save, fell two behind from another set-piece five minutes later, Barry losing Okaka as he darted to the near post and glanced Holebas' corner inside the opposite upright.

Koeman sent Ross Barkley, Aaron Lennon and Enner Valencia on in a string of attacking changes. It had the desired effect when Lennon collected the ball after Watford failed to clear a corner and picked out Lukaku, who nodded home in the 86th minute to set up a tense finale.

Everton may have felt they deserved a penalty when Britos climbed over Lukaku to head a cross from the left clear, but referee Anthony Taylor was unmoved and the Toffees will go into big matches against Arsenal and Liverpool next week without a win in five.
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12-11-2016, 12:47 AM

Bayern Munich 5-0 Wolfsburg: Wolves helpless as hosts fire Bundesliga statement of intent



Arjen Robben, Thomas Muller and Douglas Costa netted either side of a Robert Lewandowski brace as Bayern Munich hammered Wolfsburg 5-0 on Saturday.

Carlo Ancelotti's side dominated against the hapless Wolves from start to finish as they capitalised on RB Leipzig's loss at Ingolstadt to go level at the top of the table.It took Robben just 18 minutes to open the scoring with a trademark curling strike, before Lewandowski netted an easy finish not four minutes later.

The Pole then showed excellent reflexes to divert Muller's wayward strike in, with the latter finally getting his first Bundesliga goal this season with 15 minutes remaining.Costa then put the gloss on the win with a thundering strike that left Diego Benaglio with no chance.

It was another miserable 90 minutes in Bavaria for Wolfsburg, who have never won at Bayern and strayed closer to the drop zone with Ingolstadt's success.

Good work from Muller and Lewandowski created the first opening for Juan Bernat, but Benaglio was quickly out to block the Spain international's strike.Although Benaglio saved again from Robben's low, curling effort, the Bayern winger opened the scoring after 18 minutes.

Trading passes with captain Philipp Lahm on the right of the area, Robben then cut inside onto his left foot and fired a trademark shot beyond Benaglio into the far corner.And four minutes later, the hosts doubled their advantage.

Arturo Vidal's blast was deflected away from the target, but fell fortunately for Lewandowski, just yards out, to slot home his fourth goal in three games.

Bayern were back on the attack after the interval, with Benaglio saving from Franck Ribery at his near post, before Lewandowski grabbed his second.Thiago Alcantara pulled the ball back for Muller to shoot on the edge of the box, and, as with his earlier goal, Lewandowski pounced on a wayward drive to toe into the net.Mario Gomez lashed over at the other end, and Benaglio was then in action once again to parry Thiago's dipping effort.

With 14 minutes remaining, Muller finally got off the mark - the Germany international followed Lewandowski's example and turned Robben's dragged attempt past Benaglio, before celebrating wildly.

Manuel Neuer tipped Daniel Caligiuri's effort onto the post, but there was no way back for Wolfsburg as Bayern proved their class and added a fifth after Benaglio had kept Robben out.

With four minutes left, substitute Costa ran onto a loose ball to thunder a strike high past the helpless goalkeeper.
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12-11-2016, 12:49 AM

Koln 1-1 Borussia Dortmund: Reus to the rescue with late goal



Marco Reus scored a dramatic injury-time equaliser to salvage a 1-1 draw for Borussia Dortmund against Koln in Saturday's Bundesliga encounter at the RheinEnergieStadion.

The home side appeared to be on their way to victory thanks to Artjoms Rudnevs' first Bundesliga goal of the season - the former Hamburg man breaking his duck with a fine header in the 28th minute.Anthony Modeste, Koln's top scorer, then missed a gilt-edged chance to make it 2-0 early in the second half.

And that proved costly when Reus turned in Adrian Ramos' assist late in the day to salvage a point for Dortmund, while Koln's misery worsened when Salih Ozcan was sent off for a second bookable offence in the closing stages.

BVB, who are now on a five-game winless streak in league matches against Koln, paid the price for a rare lacklustre display in attack against a stoic defence.

A draw leaves Thomas Tuchel's men, who earned a fine comeback 2-2 draw at Real Madrid in the Champions League in midweek, in sixth, eight points behind rivals Bayern Munich and surprise leaders RB Leipzig, who lost to Ingolstadt.
Dortmund wasted an early chance to take the lead when Ousmane Dembele darted down the right flank and set up Reus, who slipped as he prepared to take his shot.

The hosts responded when Rudnevs shrugged off his marker on the left of the area to play in Ozcan, but the teenager rushed his shot and sent the ball high and wide.Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang then rightly had a goal disallowed for offside, and Dortmund's misery worsened in the 28th minute.

Jonas Hector sent in a free kick just inside Dortmund's half and Rudnevs found the net with a sublime header after winning the aerial challenge to end his side's scoring drought.

Koln should have doubled their lead early in the second half when Yuya Osako sent Modeste clean through on goal with a superb throughball - the Frenchman rounding goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller, only to hit the side-netting rather than the unguarded goal.

Dortmund struggled to create any chances of note in their search for an equaliser, but Reus nearly produced a moment of magic with 15 minutes left on the clock, testing Thomas Kessler with a powerful shot from a narrow angle that forced the goalkeeper into a fine save.Tuchel's side continued to look for an opening in the closing stages of the match and they eventually made the breakthrough in the additional time.

Substitute Ramos escaped his marker's attention down the right before setting up Reus and the attacker beat Kessler with a low shot at the near post to rescue a point - his second crucial goal of the week after his previous strike versus Madrid.
There was more bad news for the home side well into stoppage time, when Ozcan received his second yellow card of the afternoon after fouling Dembele.
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12-11-2016, 12:50 AM

Arsenal 3-1 Stoke City: Gunners cruise to victory



Arsenal came from behind to record a 15th consecutive home win over Stoke City as Arsene Wenger's side moved top of the Premier League on goals scored with a 3-1 victory.

The hosts climbed above Chelsea, who face West Brom on Sunday, but had to do it the hard way at Emirates Stadium as they made it 14 top-flight games unbeaten.
Stoke took the lead through birthday boy Charlie Adam's 29th-minute penalty after Granit Xhaka clumsily - rather than maliciously - elbowed Joe Allen in the face.

But the match swung on an eight-minute spell either side of half-time, with Theo Walcott levelling before a rare Mesut Ozil header put Wenger's men ahead.The visitors have now been beaten on all nine Premier League visits to Arsenal, who added late gloss through substitute Alex Iwobi.

Arsenal - fielding the same line-up as that which started the 5-1 win over West Ham last weekend - secured top spot in their Champions League group with a midweek 4-1 victory at Basel, but faced sterner opposition on Saturday.

Marc Muniesa, who opened his Stoke account against Burnley last time out, unleashed a stunning 35-yard volley that was tipped over by Petr Cech after three minutes, while Xherdan Shaqiri failed to get a shot away at the end of a promising attack.

Lee Grant was caught dwelling on the ball in the box at the other end, inviting pressure from Alexis Sanchez, who saw his block from the goalkeeper's attempted clearance go behind for a goal kick.

But Grant was much more alert when Walcott escaped inside the area and drew a smart near-post stop from the 33-year-old in the 12th minute.

The chances continued to come and Allen sliced wide when well placed midway through the first half, while Arsenal's cause suffered a blow when Shkodran Mustafi was forced off with an apparent hamstring injury.

And the hosts were soon behind, with Xhaka's inadvertent elbow on Allen handing Adam, who turned 31 on Saturday, the chance to convert from the spot and he duly obliged.

Arsenal sought a quick response before the break and Mame Biram Diouf made a superb clearance to snuff out the threat when Ozil was lurking.

The leveller arrived three minutes before half-time, though, as Walcott netted a simple finish at the near post to cap some excellent build-up play from Wenger's side.

Ozil completed the turnaround five minutes into the second half, flicking a header over the stranded Grant from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's lofted pass.

Stoke had proven more than a match for their high-flying opponents in the opening 45 minutes, but faded in the second period despite creating a couple of presentable chances.

A wayward Marko Arnautovic strike underlined their growing desperation, though Diouf did spurn an excellent opportunity to head on target when he rose to meet Adam's left-wing cross and nodded across goal to nobody in particular.

Peter Crouch was brought on for the final 20 minutes and immediately forced Cech into a fine save with a powerful downward header, but Iwobi sealed it with a calm finish after collecting Sanchez's pass and racing through to curl past Grant.
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12-11-2016, 12:52 AM

Hull City 3-3 Crystal Palace: Campbell rescues Eagles



Alan Pardew may have earned another stay of execution after Fraizer Campbell snatched a 3-3 draw for Crystal Palace at relegation-threatened Hull City in the Premier League on Saturday.The hosts had been in front at the break courtesy of a contentious Robert Snodgrass penalty at a sparsely populated KCOM Stadium.

Palace levelled, also from the spot, when Christian Benteke stroked home after Snodgrass, who dived to win his own penalty, felled Wilfried Zaha just inside the area early in the second half.

Zaha put Palace ahead with a brilliant strike in the 70th minute, but Hull responded almost immediately, Adama Diomande netting courtesy of a dynamic solo effort of his own.

Hull regained the lead through Jake Livermore, the former Tottenham player sauntering unopposed into the Palace area to score with 13 minutes to go.

But just as the visitors' infamous defensive woes appeared set to heap yet more pressure on Pardew, substitute Campbell delivered when his manager needed him most, heading home against his former team to snatch a share of the spoils.

Daunting assignments await both of these teams in midweek, when Hull visit Spurs and Palace stage an FA Cup final rematch against Manchester United at Selhurst Park.

After a slow start, Hull slowly began to exert some control on proceedings. Chances remained hard to come by for the home team, but they were handed an early Christmas present courtesy of Mike Jones when the referee was fooled by a blatant dive from Snodgrass.

The Scotland international went down in the area despite receiving no contact from Palace centre-back Scott Dann, who was booked for his vociferous protest, leaving Snodgrass to get up and emphatically stroke home the penalty in the 26th minute.

The impressive Zaha was involved as Palace drew level six minutes into the second half, the forward drawing a foul - ironically from Snodgrass - in the box to afford Benteke the opportunity to equalise from the spot, which the striker duly did by wrong-footing goalkeeper David Marshall with a cool effort. The goal sparked both teams into life, Diomande twice going close for Hull after breaking into the area and shooting narrowly wide of the near post.

Palace took the lead with 20 minutes to go, Zaha gathering possession on the edge of the area, beating two defenders with a stepover and some clever close control before lashing a fierce finish past Marshall.

Their advantage lasted just two minutes, though, before Diomande delivered on his earlier threat, holding off Dann with his back to goal, nutmegging the centre-back and then prodding the ball smartly beyond Wayne Hennessey.

The Palace defence inexplicably parted in the 78th minute to allow Livermore to waltz into the area and score Hull's third, a defensive aberration worthy of Palace's calamitous 5-4 loss to Swansea City last month and which has become symptomatic of the malaise afflicting the Eagles for much of 2016.

But there was one more twist in the tale, Campbell, who helped Hull to promotion in 2008, returning to haunt his old club by meeting a pinpoint Zaha cross and cushioning home a headed finish out of Hennessey's reach.
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12-11-2016, 10:13 AM

Cavani: I'd like to play with Griezmann one day



Paris Saint-Germain's Edinson Cavani would relish the opportunity to play alongside Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann.

The future of France international Griezmann - who signed a new five-year deal in June - was the subject of widespread speculation following an impressive Euro 2016 campaign in which he inspired his nation to the final.

Late last month, Cavani sparked rumours of a possible union when he posted on Twitter to invite Griezmann to join him in enjoying some mate, a traditional drink in Cavani's native Uruguay.

Cavani said the media had got carried away with the situation but did express his desire to one day count Griezmann as a team-mate.

"It's the press that said I wanted to invite Antoine Griezmann to Paris," he said.
"I sent him a message to take a Uruguay mate. I'd like to play with him one day, he is a great striker and a beautiful person too."
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