Man City edge closer to title as Haaland double downs Spurs

Manchester City moved within one win of a historic fourth successive Premier League title with victory at Tottenham. Erling Haaland’s second-half double settled a tight encounter in which Spurs’ hopes of a top-four finish ended, and sent Aston Villa into the Champions League for the first time next season.

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Silva strikes as City down Chelsea to reach FA Cup final

Manchester City bounced back from the disappointment of the Champions League quarter-final exit to Real Madrid as Bernardo Silva’s late goal sunk Chelsea at Wembley to seal a place in the FA Cup final. It was redemption for Silva after his poor spot-kick played a key role in City’s loss on penalties to Real. The Portuguese midfielder turned in the winner at the far post from Kevin de Bruyne’s cross six minutes from time.

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Madrid hold their nerve to knock City out on penalties

Manchester City’s hold on the Champions League was wrestled away by Real Madrid as they were beaten on penalties in a dramatic quarter-final at Etihad Stadium. The holders recovered from going behind to Rodrygo’s early strike to lay siege to Real’s goal, finally equalising through Kevin de Bruyne a winner couldn’t be found in extra time with Madrid holding their nerve on penalties.

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All to play for as Real Madrid and City play out six goal thriller

Holders Manchester City and Real Madrid shared six goals in a thriller to leave their Champions League quarter-final evenly poised after the first leg at the Bernabeu. Pep Guardiola’s side took the lead in the second minute through Bernardo Silva but a quick fire double from soon put Real into the ascendency with further goals coming in the second half.

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Manchester City-Arsenal stalemate leaves Liverpool top

Manchester City and Arsenal handed Liverpool the advantage in the Premier League title race as they played out a bitterly disappointing goalless stalemate at Etihad Stadium. Liverpool are now top of the table, two points clear of Arsenal and three ahead of City, after they came from behind to beat Brighton at Anfield, their delight increased by their two closest rivals cancelling each other out.

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