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A pair of fine goals by Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Özil allowed Arsenal to halt its streak of consecutive away losses at four with a 2-1 victory over relegation-bound Middlesbrough.

With Arsenal in danger of finishing out of the Premier League top four for the first time in 21 years, manager Arsene Wenger, on Monday made six changes to the line-up that lost last week to Crystal Palace. Even more significantly, the Frenchman went with a three-man backline, a formation he last used in 1997.

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Manchester United defeated visiting Premier League leaders Chelsea 2-0 at Old Trafford to revive the fight for the title on Sunday.

Marcus Rashford opened the scoring for the hosts seven minutes into the first half and Ander Herrera scored the second via a massive deflection just four minutes into the second half to give the Red Devils a deserved win.

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After a 2-10 humiliation at the hands of Bayern Munich in the Champions League pre-quarterfinals, Arsenal attacking midfielder Mesut Ozil has said it was one of the darkest hours of his football career.

"The devastating loss against Bayern Munich this season is undoubtedly one of the darkest hours of my footballing career," Ozil wrote in his book "Gunning for Glory," which is being serialised in the Daily Mail on Sunday.

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Manchester United claimed a 3-0 away victory against 10-man Sunderland in Premier League on Sunday, to continue their quest for a place among the top four.

Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic opened the scoring for the visitors after 30 minutes. Sunderland's Swedish midfielder Sebastian Larsson was sent off just 13 minutes later for a challenge on Manchester United's Ander Herrera and it gave United a big advantage.

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Eden Hazard's brace powered Chelsea to a 2-1 victory against Manchester City as the London club maintained a seven-point advantage over Tottenham Hotspur in the race for the English Premier League (EPL) title.

Chelsea on Wednesday bounced back with a vengeance after faltering 1-2 last weekend at home to Crystal Palace, while City were coming off a 2-2 draw with Arsenal.

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Arsenal drew 2-2 against visiting Manchester City at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, a result which really does neither team much good.

Leroy Sane took control for the visiting Citizens only five minutes into the first half, receiving the ball in distance to dribble past goalkeeper David Ospina before scoring on Sunday. The Gunners had to wait until the 40-minute mark to level things up through a Theo Walcott goal. Arsenal's breather did not last long, with Sergio Aguero scoring Manchester City's second goal two minutes later.

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Spurred by their win against Burnley, Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino has said that he feels the team can win the English Premier League title.

"I am very happy, very pleased. It's important, a massive three points for us to still believe we can fight for the title," ESPNFC quoted Pochettino as saying.

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