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05-01-2016, 09:19 AM

Ronaldo's goalscoring records are unbeatable - Van der Sar



Edwin van der Sar has lauded the goalscoring exploits of Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo, insisting his achievements cannot be beaten.

The Dutch custodian played alongside the forward during their time at Manchester United, during which time they won a Premier League and Champions League double in 2008 before Ronaldo sealed a world record switch to Madrid.

The attacker went on to become los Blancos' all-time top scorer in the space of less than seven seasons, and has won three Ballon d'Or awards.

And Van der Sar has paid tribute to the 31-year-old's formidable records, stating his former team-mate has grown from strength to strength since leaving United.

"Ronaldo always scores an amazing amount of goals. Awesome figures," the Ajax director told Goal. "He was already good at Man United but he grew up a couple of levels.

"His scoring records are unreachable. He is having a great season for Real Madrid."

Ronaldo missed the first leg of Madrid Champions League semi-final against Manchester City last Tuesday, a 0-0 result in which Zinedine Zidane's men struggled to break down their opponents' resistance.

However, Van der Sar, who was in the Spanish capital ahead of the Corazon Classic friendly match between Ajax and Madrid in June, is tipping him to return from injury in time for next week's return clash at the Bernabeu.

"I have just one side in Manchester and that's Man United," the 45-year-old continued. "Of course I want Ronaldo to be fit ahead the game. I saw him training and spoke to Zidane."
Van der Sar also weighed in on the transfer situation involving his successor between the posts at United and the club's outstanding performer this term, David De Gea.

The Spaniard was on the verge of joining Madrid last summer only for the move to fall through, with the ex-Atletico Madrid product then going on to put in an outstanding season for Louis van Gaal's men.

His counterpart in the Madrid goal, Keylor Navas, has likewise been in inspired form, and Van der Sar stated he does not see either of them moving from where they are for the forseeable future.

"Well, De Gea is now playing for Man United," he concluded. "Real Madrid have a great keeper as well in Navas. He is good and that's the most important. This is how the situation is so far.
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05-01-2016, 09:20 AM

Van Gaal: It is easier for Leicester to sign players than Man Utd



Louis van Gaal said it is harder for him to buy quality players for Manchester United than it is for Claudio Ranieri at Leicester City, ahead of their clash on Sunday.

Van Gaal, who has overseen a mixed campaign for United, said the expectations of selling clubs when United are interested in a player are far greater compared to when a club of Leicester's relative stature come knocking.The Dutchman has experience himself of winning league titles with lesser teams, as he did in Netherlands with AZ Alkmaar in 2009.

And his experiences at AFAS Stadion prompted him to say he found it easier to sign quality players for smaller sides than he does at United, where he has spent well over £100 million in his two seasons at the club.

"As a club of AZ or a smaller club like Leicester, it is more easy to buy players. It's not so easy to buy players for a club like Manchester United," Van Gaal told reporters."You have to pay much more, you have to pay also the agents, and then you have the player himself.

"Also the pressure of the transfer of players is less big, and also for the players who have to perform it's less. So it's a big difference."But it's also a fantastic performance of Leicester City, and at that time AZ, to beat the top clubs.

"The performance of Ranieri and his players is fantastic because they are not used to winning every game and they have to win every game, and they have done it.
"I believe that they shall the champions at the end."Leicester could be champions as soon as Sunday should they defeat United at Old Trafford.

But Van Gaal insisted his side will not be in a hospitable mood for the visit of Ranieri's men, as they chase an important three points in the race for a top-four finish."We are still in the first five, last year we were in the first four, so the difference in points [to Leicester] is not bigger than with Chelsea I believe," the 64-year-old said.

"The question for us is to qualify [for the Champions League]. Fourth position is okay, third position then we have reached our aim. But we have of course a final to play in the FA Cup, so we have pluses."I don't think you can say that we haven't played at a certain level. We have played at a certain level and we played fantastic matches, but we have also played lousy matches.

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05-01-2016, 09:21 AM

Shaw pushing for United comeback this season



Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw is hoping to return to first-team action before the end of the season.

The 20-year-old resumed outdoor training on April 4 after months of recovery from a double leg fracture sustained in the Champions League defeat to PSV in October.

Manager Louis van Gaal stated last month he was delighted with Shaw's progress and the former Southampton man has since revealed he is pushing to play a part in United's final few games of the campaign."I am back outside now, still with the physio but, day by day, I am getting better and fitter," he told MUTV. "I am just going to keep pushing now until the end of the season and see what happens.

"At the moment, my leg feels really great every time I go outside. There was a bit of aching at the start but now they are all gone. It is just back to hard work now and hopefully I will see the fans before the end of the season.

"I have missed football so much. It was hard for me to watch it at times because I missed it so much and I just wanted to be out there."It has not been easy for [the medical staff] either because they have to sometimes deal with me being a little bit moody or what not, but we have all got through it really well."

United face Leicester City, Norwich City, West Ham and Bournemouth in their final four Premier League matches before the FA Cup final against Crystal Palace on May 21.
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05-01-2016, 09:22 AM

Hummels to Bayern is logical, he can win trophies there - Hitzfeld



Former Bayern Munich boss Ottmar Hitzfeld says Mats Hummels would be making the correct decision should he leave Borussia Dortmund for the Allianz Arena.

Dortmund announced this week that the Germany international has informed the club that he wants to leave at the end of the season in order to join the reigning Bundesliga champions.Hitzfeld - who delivered league and Champions League success to both Bayern and Dortmund during a stellar coaching career - believes Hummels will give himself the best chance of winning trophies by moving to the Allianz Arena.

"This would be a logical transfer - especially for Mats and Bayern. It would be a great acquisition for those in Munich," he told RND.

"He can win trophies consistently, not only the Bundesliga, but he'll have the chance to get the Champions League every year."Bayern would be attractive for Mats because he can play alongside Jerome Boateng and Manuel Neuer is in goal behind them."

Dortmund have watched Mario Gotze and Robert Lewandowski join Bayern in the last three years and Hitzfeld accepts it will be difficult for Thomas Tuchel's side to watch another star join their rivals.

"For BVB, it's extremely bitter, because another top performer is leaving the team," he said. "Hummels was not simply a captain, he's a leader, a role model, the head of the team."
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05-01-2016, 09:23 AM

Borussia Dortmund 5-1 Wolfsburg: Goal-hungry BVB keep alive title hopes



Mats Hummels bore the full brunt of Borussia Dortmund fans' frustration as their faint hopes of the Bundesliga title were kept alive with a 5-1 win over Wolfsburg.

Bayern Munich were held by Borussia Monchengladbach 1-1 at the Allianz Arena, denying them the chance to to wrap up a fourth title in a row in a week that saw Dortmund captain Hummels confirm his desire to return to Bayern for next season.

Mutiny was in the air as Hummels's name was booed by Signal Iduna Park pre-match, his every touch was whistled and the 'Yellow Wall' raised a banner which read: "The captain is leaving the ship. The sooner, the better!"The toxic atmosphere was lifted somewhat as Shinji Kagawa and Adrian Ramos had Dortmund two goals up inside 10 minutes.

Marco Reus and a late Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang double put the result beyond doubt in the second half before Andre Schurrle's consolation effort, and a late Andre Hahn goal in Munich leaves Dortmund five points behind Bayern with two games to play.

While the title is still very much in Pep Guardiola's hands, Thomas Tuchel's first season in charge has been a promising one, following 2014-15's brief flirt with the relegation zone, although the coach will have to build on it without his skipper.

The backlash aimed at Hummels threatened to dominate as the home fans' anger spilled down from the stands early on but a quickfire double gave them reason to smile.

Bayern had already scored through Thomas Muller but news had barely filtered through to Dortmund when Kagawa struck first, reacting quickest after Henrikh Mkhitaryan lashed a wild volley across the 18-yard box to prod home in the seventh minute.

And Kagawa turned provider two minutes later, latching on to a loose ball before clipping a pass in to Ramos, who hammered an effort beyond Diego Benaglio at the near post.

Wolfsburg have slipped from Bayern's closest rivals last season to mid-table obscurity this term but Daniel Caligiuri offered a reminder of their quality when he cut inside Marcel Schmelzer and rattled the crossbar.Reus hit the side-netting after rounding Benaglio at the other end as the two sides kept the crowd focused on match action for the most part.

Dortmund's third arrived on the hour as Benaglio's reward for impressively repelling Sven Bender and Kagawa on the rebound was to see Ramos lay the ball back for Reus to clip a measured effort beyond him.

As Wolfsburg lost all interest in the contest, Aubameyang emerged from the bench to add a dominant slant to the scoreline, nodding fellow substitute Nuri Sahin's cross home from inside the six-yard box before repeating the trick from Schmelzer's centre.

Hummels was still jeered in the closing stages as the Dortmund faithful made their feelings known and the skipper was in for even rougher treatment when he allowed Schurrle to burst clear and score in the final minutes.
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05-01-2016, 09:25 AM

Bayern Munich 1-1 Borussia Monchengladbach: Bavarians made to wait for title



Andre Hahn put Bayern Munich's Bundesliga title celebrations on hold as his second-half strike secured a 1-1 draw for Borussia Monchengladbach at Allianz Arena.

Bayern went into Saturday's match seven points clear of second-placed Borussia Dortmund and in the knowledge a win over Gladbach would be enough for a record-breaking fourth successive championship.

Thomas Muller eased the home faithful's nerves when he marked his 350th appearance for the Bavarian club with a header that squirmed beyond visiting goalkeeper Yann Sommer in the sixth minute.

But Bayern were guilty of stepping off the gas and required an impressive reaction save from Manuel Neuer to deny Hahn shortly before the interval.Hahn got the better of the Germany international goalkeeper with 18 minutes remaining, however, rifling home from substitute Lars Stindl's brilliant through ball.

Kingsley Coman felt he should have had a penalty when he was sent tumbling inside the box by Nico Elvedi, but nothing was given and Bayern were unable to find the goal required to win the title in Pep Guardiola's 100th match at the helm, as their winless run against Gladbach stretched to four matches.

Bayern now head into the second leg of their Champions League semi-final meeting with Atletico Madrid on Tuesday needing to overturn a 1-0 aggregate deficit with the weight of a title yet to be won on their shoulders.

With one eye on that fixture, Guardiola made eight changes to his lineup against Gladbach, resting the likes of Philipp Lahm, Arturo Vidal and Robert Lewandowski, though Jerome Boateng was restored to the starting XI for his first appearance since January 22, having been sidelined with a groin injury.

Still, it took Bayern just six minutes to put themselves on the right track after Serdar Tasci lunged towards Muller's goal-bound header, doing enough to distract Sommer who could only palm the ball into the back of the net.

Gladbach were unperturbed and came close to an equaliser when Hahn headed Raffael's cross towards the bottom-right corner, but Neuer – on his 250th Bayern appearance – dived down to his left to turn it behind.

Guardiola's side continued to sit on their lead, with Tasci and Sebastian Rode picking up bookings attempting to regain possession as Gladbach enjoyed the greater share of the ball before the half-hour mark.

Muller continued to be a danger and the pressure he applied on Oscar Wendt almost resulted in the Gladbach left-back inadvertently sending Coman's cross into the back of his own net before the interval.

Bayern struggled to carry that momentum into the second half as Granit Xhaka provided a scare when he surged forward and sliced wide from 20 yards in the 56th minute.

Gladbach's pressure finally told in the 72nd minute when Stindl, who replaced Thorgan Hazard in the 57th minute, released Hahn in behind the defence and he drilled a low shot beyond Neuer at his near post.

Bayern remain five points clear of second-placed Dortmund, who beat Wolfsburg 5-1 on the same day, and can win the Bundesliga title if they beat Ingolstadt away from home next weekend.
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05-01-2016, 09:26 AM

West Brom 0-3 West Ham: Noble shines to keep Champions League push alive



Cheikhou Kouyate and Mark Noble proved influential as West Ham boosted their Europa League qualifying hopes with a comfortable 3-0 win at West Brom.

Kouyate scored one and assisted another in Saturday's contest at The Hawthorns, while captain Noble finished with a brace for the second Premier League match in succession.

West Brom had derailed Tottenham's title ambitions with a 1-1 draw on Monday, but Tony Pulis' men were unable to inflict similar damage on the Hammers' European dreams.

Kouyate nodded in from Dimitri Payet's excellent cross to put West Ham in front, before turning provider for Noble to make it 2-0 shortly prior to the break.

Noble then finished a fine team move to seal the points for Slaven Bilic's men, with West Ham moving fifth above Manchester United, who host leaders Leicester City on Sunday, on goal difference.

A fifth-place finish would guarantee West Ham's place in the Europa League group stage.

West Brom, who are 13th, had little riding on the outcome of the game and Pulis named Jonathan Leko in his XI, the teenager becoming the first player born in 1999 to start in the Premier League.

Leko demonstrated his abilities early on by bamboozling Aaron Cresswell and teeing up Craig Gardner, who saw two weak efforts blocked.

The ball then broke kindly for Gardner on the right of the area and his curling left-foot shot was brilliantly deflected wide by Michail Antonio.

Leko continued to impress and his cross sat up for Gardner, only for the former Sunderland man to head poorly wide.

West Ham settled into the match, though, and the visitors went in front in the 34th minute. Payet stayed onside down the right and his pin-point cross was headed home by the unmarked Kouyate.

And it was 2-0 on the stroke of half-time. Kouyate burst down the left and picked out Noble, whose first touch was heavy but his second was toe-poked past a helpless Ben Foster.

The second half maintained a frenetic pace, albeit with fewer chances, although superb defending from Angelo Ogbonna prevented Salomon Rondon meeting Gardner's low centre.

West Brom substitute Sandro tried his luck with a low 25-yard effort that narrowly cleared the right-hand post.

But it was West Ham who had the final say as they wrapped up a convincing win, Payet doing brilliantly to find Andy Carroll out wide, with his teasing cross volleyed home by Noble.
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