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 By Simon Curtis

David Silva displays more of his usual class as Man City sneak past Leicester

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: James Milner (88') Manchester City 2-0 Leicester CIty
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: David Silva (45'+2) Manchester City 1-0 Leicester City

After 45 turgid minutes at the Etihad, Manchester City had barely raised a shot towards Mark Schwarzer's goal. With a single minute of injury time to be added on, it looked likely to continue in the same vein until the break, but a scruffy goal from David Silva summed up the football and -- just about -- City's bitty, untidy dominance of this game.

City fans have seen many scruffy, listless and uncoordinated games with comical moments of slapstick like Wednesday night's game down the years, but...

 By Mark Lovell

David Alaba and Franck Ribery lead lackadaisical Bayern Munich to win

David Alaba and Mario Gotze both netted goals for Bayern Munich in a 2-0 victory over Braunschweig in the German DFB Pokal.

Bayern Munich laboured their way into the German Cup quarterfinals after a ponderous 2-0 victory over second division Eintracht Braunschweig.

Bayern were below par for almost the entire first half against spirited visitors from the north, but just when it looked like Braunschweig would survive unscathed until the interval, up popped David Alaba to magnificently fire Bayern ahead after a dubious free kick decision.

From that moment on, it was smooth sailing for the Bavarians and Mario Gotze doubled...

Mark Payne Manchester Utd  By Mark Payne

De Gea and Young are Manchester United's heroes at opposite ends

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Ashley Young goal (89') Newcastle 0-1 Manchester United

This was yet another untidy performance from Manchester United in they left it late to claim victory. At times the away end called for the visiting team to "attack, attack, attack" and levels of frustration among fans were clearly rising.

Ashley Young's winner, with just a minute of normal time left, brought screams of relief from all and, with their top four rivals also winning, United can expect the rest of their season to be like this.

Disjointed, nerve-wracking and with just enough quality to...

Olivier Giroud, Alexis Sanchez score, but defenders impress in Arsenal win

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Alexis Sanchez (69') Queens Park Rangers 0-2 Arsenal
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Olivier Giroud goal (64') QPR 0-1 Arsenal

Arsenal secured their second Premier League win in four days with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Queens Park Rangers on Wednesday evening. Goals from Olivier Giroud and Alexis put the Gunners in a comfortable position, but not for the first time this season -- and not even for the first time against QPR -- they let in a late goal to make the final minutes far more nerve-racking than they should have been.

They held out to take an important three points on a night when all the teams around them...

 By Mark Worrall

Courtois helps keep West Ham at bay; Hazard nods home Chelsea winner

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Eden Hazard (22') West Ham 0-1 Chelsea
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Ramires Santos do Nascimento (56') West Ham 0-1 Chelsea

Chelsea maintained their five-point advantage at the summit of the Premier League with a backs-to-the-wall, battling 1-0 victory over West Ham United. An Eden Hazard goal midway through the first half and world-class keeping from Thibaut Courtois were the decisive factors as the Blues displayed admirable defensive resilience to keep the Hammers at bay.

Jose Mourinho tweaked his Wembley starting XI, electing to play Courtois in goal instead of Petr Cech and affording Oscar a start in place of Willian....

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Young's late winner earns Manchester United three vital points

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Ashley Young goal (89') Newcastle 0-1 Manchester United

NEWCASTLE, England -- Three thoughts on Manchester United's 1-0 win vs. Newcastle in the Premier League.

1. Young's decisive late strike

"Attack, attack, attack," implored visiting Manchester United fans as the game wore on. Their side had been ponderous and punchless against a determined Newcastle effort, supplying another antiseptic display, while their rivals for a top-four finish were all winning. Liverpool were set to draw level on points, with the Merseysiders in infinitely richer form than...