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 By PA Sport

Juventus go top of Serie A as Simone Zaza fires late winner versus Napoli

Simone Zaza
Juventus left it late, but Simone Zaza delivered to send his team top of the Serie A table.

Simone Zaza's last-gasp goal fired Juventus to the top of the Serie A table at Napoli's expense.

The Azzurri arrived in Turin hoping to extend their two-point lead in the Scudetto race but the league's top scorer Gonzalo Higuain and his teammates failed to breach the reigning champions' defence.

Massimiliano Allegri's men toiled in their own pursuit of a goal until the 88th minute, when substitute Zaza earned a 15th straight win -- 1-0 on the night -- while ending Napoli's long run as leaders.

Frosinone...

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Paris Saint-Germain's winning streak ends vs. Lille, Bordeaux beat Guingamp

Paris Saint-Germain's winning streak came to an end with a draw against Lille, finishing with 16 consecutive wins in Ligue 1.

Paris Saint-Germain's run of 16 consecutive wins in all competitions was brought to an end by Lille following a 0-0 draw.

Parc des Princes witnessed its first goalless match in Ligue 1 for more than a year as Laurent Blanc rested the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Thiago Silva, Thiago Motta and Maxwell ahead of Tuesday's Champions League clash with Chelsea.

Lille, beaten 6-1 last time out in Paris, rode their luck at times but held on, with PSG extending their unbeaten run in the league to 35 games.

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Chelsea's John Terry set for scan after leaving Newcastle match - Hiddink

Chelsea scored three times in the first 20 minutes and cruised to a 5-1 win against Newcastle at Stamford Bridge.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop praises Chelsea's performance and feels it's a good building block ahead of their Champions League clash.

LONDON -- Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink says John Terry will undergo scans on Sunday for what he hopes is a "small muscular problem" and insists the Premier League must do more to help clubs competing in the Champions League get the recovery time they need.

Terry hobbled off 38 minutes into Chelsea's 5-1 victory over Newcastle after tweaking his hamstring during an aerial tussle with Aleksandar Mitrovic, and is now a significant fitness doubt for Tuesday's Champions League round-of-16 first-leg...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Montreal Impact acquires midfielder Harry Shipp from Chicago Fire

Harry Shipp has been traded from the Chicago Fire to the Montreal Impact for allocation money.

The Montreal Impact have acquired midfielder Harry Shipp from the Chicago Fire in a trade for general and targeted allocation money, according to a statement on the club's website.

Shipp, 24, is an Illinois native and was signed as a homegrown player for Chicago on Jan. 9, 2014, after a successful college career at Notre Dame.

Chicago general manager Nelson Rodriguez admitted it was hard to part ways with Shipp, but said it was best for both club and player.

"Harry is a homegrown player and an obvious...

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Real Madrid beat Athletic Bilbao after Cristiano Ronaldo brace

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop credits Athletic Bilbao's attacking style, but credits Keylor Navas' stunning display for Real Madrid's 4-2 win.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as Real Madrid kept up the pressure on title rivals Barcelona and Atletico Madrid with a 4-2 victory over Athletic Bilbao.

Ronaldo gave the Merengues a dream start by netting a stunning goal inside three minutes but Javier Eraso levelled on 10 minutes after pouncing on an error by Raphael Varane, who was sent off late in the game for picking up two bookings.

James Rodriguez put the hosts ahead again with a curled finish on 37 minutes and Toni Kroos added to the lead...

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Bayern Munich's Holger Badstuber out three months with broken ankle

Badstuber woe Champions League
Holger Badstuber has suffered another injury setback, breaking his ankle in Bayern Munich training on Saturday.

Bayern Munich centre-back Holger Badstuber has broken his ankle in training on Saturday and will be out for at least three months.

The 26-year-old, who has already undergone surgery on the ankle, missed the start of the season after a torn thigh muscle kept him out for nearly five months until he returned to the team in October.

The club confirmed the news that he would face another long spell on the sidelines on their official Twitter account.