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Mata, Fellaini give Man Utd League Cup edge

Marouane Fellaini runs to hug Jose Mourinho after he scored Manchester United’s second goal against Hull City. - AP
Marouane Fellaini runs to hug Jose Mourinho after he scored Manchester United’s second goal against Hull City. – AP



MANCHESTER, United Kingdom (AFP) – Juan Mata and Marouane Fellaini struck to give Manchester United a 2-0 victory over injury-ravaged Hull City in Tuesday’s League Cup semi-final first leg at Old Trafford.
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Singapore could host ICC giants in July

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United won the 2014 ICC, a tournament designed to enhance European teams, not U.S. soccer.




Some of England and Europe's biggest teams could be playing at Singapore's Sports Hub this summer, with the venue set to host matches in the International Champions Cup (ICC).

According to TODAY, the Singapore Sports Hub is in talks with ICC organisers about holding games at the National Stadium in July and August.

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FA Cup Draw: Man Utd, Man City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Sutton United, Lincoln City await draw

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Non-league sides Sutton United and Lincoln City will discover on Monday who they will play in the FA Cup fourth round if they win their third-round replays.

League Two Plymouth are also in the pot after drawing 0-0 at Liverpool.

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La Liga Report : Villarreal 1-1 Barcelona - Late Messi strike spares Barca blushes

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The Argentine curled a 90th minute equaliser to earn the Catalan side a point following Nicola Sanson's opener for the hosts




Lionel Messi rescued a point for Barcelona with a late free-kick in a 1-1 draw at Villarreal on Sunday, although the Catalans' failure to win dealt their pursuit of LaLiga leaders Real Madrid a further blow.

Barca got 2017 off to a losing start thanks to a 2-1 Copa del Rey defeat to Athletic Bilbao and they were unable to chalk up their first win of the year at the renamed Estadio de la Ceramica.

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FA Cup (2017) Review : Liverpool held; Chelsea, Spurs win




Plymouth Argyle ground out a goalless draw at Anfield to book an FA Cup third-round replay as the youngest team in Liverpool's history discovered they still have plenty to learn.

A Reds team containing five academy graduates came up against a green wall as Argyle manager Derek Adams succeeded in making life as difficult as possible for the hosts.

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