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Niang fires Milan to victory

AC Milan
 By Alex Crook

Cedric Soares' omission a mistake from Koeman in Saints' City defeat

Ronald Koeman says individual errors cost his side as Southampton lost at Manchester City.

Ronald Koeman hasn't made many mistakes since taking over at Southampton but his bizarre decision to omit Cedric Soares from his match-day squad for Saturday's 3-1 defeat at Manchester City backfired dramatically.

The replacement, Maya Yoshida, had a personal nightmare at the Etihad as Southampton's proud unbeaten away record ended. Travelling fans were left scratching their heads when news filtered through an hour before kick-off that Koeman had picked Yoshida at right-back ahead of the popular...

 By Ben Jacobs

United may want record-breaker Vardy, but Leicester should stand firm

Leicester striker Jamie Vardy created history in his side's draw with Manchester United on Saturday.

Just four years ago, 768 fans watched Jamie Vardy score for Fleetwood Town against Gateshead. On Saturday, millions saw him net for his 11th consecutive Premier League game in Leicester's 1-1 draw with Manchester United, and in doing so, he broke Ruud van Nistelrooy's 2003 record.

Even Bastian Schweinsteiger's equaliser couldn't ruin Vardy's moment, although the 28-year-old's relatively sullen postmatch interviews show just how badly he wanted to win the game, even though a point was a superb result.


Mame Biram Diouf needed to spark Mark Hughes and Stoke into life

Mark Hughes bemoaned Ryan Shawcross' sending off as Stoke lost at Sunderland.

Stoke lost 2-0 on Saturday to a Sunderland side who benefitted from a number of questionable refereeing decisions.

The turning point of the game was captain Ryan Shawcross' dismissal after he received a second yellow card for tackling Duncan Watmore despite cleanly winning the ball before any contact with the player.

It was the latest in a line of contentious decisions from referee Mike Dean, who also missed Sunderland goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon handling the ball outside the area earlier in the...

 By Steve Menary

Bournemouth draw with Everton may turn season around for Howe

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe gave his reaction after his side's dramatic draw with Everton.

Every Premier League team have matches that prove to be turning points throughout a season and Bournemouth's 3-3 draw against Everton on Saturday may fall into that category.

At the end of the Cherries' last Premier League match at the Vitality Stadium, there was a palpable sense that a dispiriting 1-0 loss to Newcastle would be looked back on as points lost that may keep the club up come the end of the season.

Eddie Howe's team dominated that game for no reward. Even after managing a point in a...

 By Nayib Moran

Dario Benedetto strike helps Club America sink Leon in MX playoffs

Dario Benedetto
Dario Benedetto's 78th minute strike sealed the 5-3 aggregate victory for America.

LEON, Guanajuato -- Dario Benedetto's grandiose finish sealed it off for Club America, where Las Aguilas lost 2-1 against Leon. The visitors may have suffered a loss, but they still advanced to the Liguilla semifinals after finishing with an aggregate score of 5-3.

The inclusion of Javier Guemez in the starting-eleven permitted America to close all of Leon's attacking spaces and frustrating Leon's Carlos "Gullit" Pena, Luis "Chapito" Montes, and Elias Hernandez.

Here are three takeaways from Saturday...

 By Tom Marshall

Andre-Pierre Gignac, excellent defense key for Tigres' success

Andre-Pierre Gignac has been excellent in his first season for Tigres.

Tigres are the first Apertura 2015 semifinalist after overcoming Chiapas 1-0 on Saturday and 3-1 on aggregate over the two legs of the quarterfinal. Here are three quick takes on the match:

1. Gignac steps up with another golazo

Andre-Pierre Gignac is on fire. And Chiapas will be sick of the sight of him.

It was the French international who made the difference again Saturday, netting another golazo to take Tigres into the semis. That makes it five goals for the 29-year-old in three games against...