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It was a typical Sunday afternoon for Arsenal fans at the Emirates, put through the wringer emotionally by the side they love, and rescued right at the death by Chilean superstar Alexis Sanchez, who despite missing 3 of his last 4 penalties showed the calmness and petulance that one has come to expect with greatness as he stroked home the winner for the home team in the 98th minute of the game.

The opening hour of the match is exactly what one has come to expect from Arsenal over the years, dominate the contest but struggle to break down a well oiled defence at home.

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Tottenham Hotspur escaped the Etihad Stadium with a point despite two goalkeeping errors from skipper Hugo Lloris, as they battled back from 2-0 down to grab a share of the spoils against Manchester City.

Spurs were lucky to still be in the game at half time after having been comprehensively outplayed by a Manchester City side that appeared to have forgotten the route to goal. Hugo Lloris seemed determined to help the Citizens as he made two uncharacteristic errors to gift the home side a 2-0 lead, but some debatable penalty decisions and two good goals from Spurs in the second half saw them erase the deficit and leave Manchester still very much in second place in the Premier League standings.

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A stunning second half display from Swansea City saw the Welsh side beat Premier League title aspirants Liverpool 3-2 at Anfield in the early kickoff on Saturday.

After a quiet first half that saw no goals, the match came alive early in the second period as a brace from Fernando Llorente put Swansea 2-0 in front in the 52nd minute. Roberto Firmino responded for Liverpool with two goals of his own to draw the Reds back on level terms, but the Swans defied their poor form and the over riding momentum in the game with Gylfi Sigurdsson scoring what proved to be the match winner.

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Barcelona's legendary forward Lionel Messi has rejected rumours that he is looking to leave the Catalan giants anytime soon and has declared his desired to ink a new contract with the club at the earliest, quashing talk of a possible move to Manchester City or Paris St. Germain in the summer.

Messi, who has 18 months left on his existing contract at Barcelona, is making less money than Luis Suarez and Neymar, and has been linked regularly in recent weeks with a move away from Barcelona, giving impetus to talk that he may move to England to link up again with former coach Pep Guardiola.

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Spanish football club Malaga has signed Argentinian veteran Martin Demichelis for the remainder of the 2016-17 La Liga season.

The Argentine played for Malaga in January 2011 and then signed with Atletico Madrid and Manchester City, before arriving this year in Espanyol, reports Efe.

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The pressure is well and truly on Manchester City Manager Pep Guardiola after the Citizens were handed a thumping 4-0 defeat at the hands of Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday evening. Romelu Lukaku set the ball rolling for the Toffees with a strike just after the half hour mark, having been set up by Belgian international teammate Kevin Mirallas.

Mirallas himself added a second just two minutes after the interval to put Everton firmly in the driver's seat. It was then left to two teenagers in the Everton squad, Tom Davies and new signing Ademola Lookman to add the gloss to the scoreline with two quality goals, the latter scoring on his Everton debut.

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FC Barcelona chief coach Luis Enrique has said renewing the contract of Argentine football maestro Lionel Messi is something that must be treated with calm.

At a press conference on Friday, Enrique said he is not going to get into a game of statements about the future of the forward, the latest made by the director of institutional relations at Barcelona, Pere Gratacos.

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