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BPL (2017-2018) Report: Newcastle come from behind to inflict more away woe on Arsenal

Matt Ritchie scored his third Premier League goal of the season against Arsenal



Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger said his side's 2-1 defeat at Newcastle was the "the story of our season", as their terrible away league record continued.

Matt Ritchie scored Newcastle's winner in the 68th minute, as they came back from 1-0 down to beat the Gunners and all but secure their Premier League future, passing the 40-point mark.

Read more: BPL (2017-2018) Report: Newcastle come from behind to inflict more away woe on Arsenal

Torres scores 100th La Liga goal in Atletico win

Fernando Torres has scored eight goals this season, but only three in La Liga



Fernando Torres scored his 100th La Liga goal as Atletico Madrid beat Levante in the week it was announced he would leave this summer.

The 34-year-old former Liverpool and Chelsea striker, who has not been a first-team regular this season, came on for Antoine Griezmann and volleyed home Atletico's third from 10 yards.

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BPL (2017-2018) Report: Tottenham 1 Manchester City 3 - Leaders battle back to winning ways


Tottenham threatened to inflict more comeback misery upon Manchester City but Raheem Sterling's goal helped the champions-elect to prevail



Manchester City avoided a repeat of the second-half collapses that have haunted them this week as they moved to within a win of the Premier League title with a 3-1 victory at Tottenham.

As in their 3-2 derby defeat to Manchester United last weekend and the confirmation of their Champions League exit against Liverpool on Tuesday, Pep Guardiola's side were close to their scintillating best during the opening exchanges at Wembley and established a 2-0 lead inside 25 minutes.

Read more: BPL (2017-2018) Report: Tottenham 1 Manchester City 3 - Leaders battle back to winning ways

'Furious' Juventus confronted Real Madrid players & match officials in tunnel


A controversial late penalty doomed the Serie A side, leading the players to confront opponents and officials in the tunnel after the match



A "furious" Juventus team were ready to take out their frustrations on Real Madrid's players following their exit from the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday.

The Serie A side had battled back from a 3-0 loss in the first leg to pull level with the Spanish giants at the Bernabeu and the tie looked set for extra time when disaster struck for Juventus.

Read more: 'Furious' Juventus confronted Real Madrid players & match officials in tunnel

Asian Cup seedings: Australia, Iran, Japan, South Korea in pot one


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Familiar foes and unknown quantities await the Socceroos at next year's Asian Cup after the confirmation of seedings for the tournament.

Australia, the reigning Asian champions, could be paired with World Cup qualifying opponents Syria and Jordan in the United Arab Emirates-hosted competition next January.

Read more: Asian Cup seedings: Australia, Iran, Japan, South Korea in pot one


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