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BPL (2016-2017) Report : Liverpool 0-0 Manchester United: Mourinho’s men frustrate Reds

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The hosts' four-game winning run came to an end as they were held to a draw by their bitter rivals with David de Gea the busier goalkeeper in a tense game of few chances



Liverpool and Manchester United played out a goalless draw at Anfield on Monday as Jurgen Klopp’s men missed the chance to move level on points at the top of the Premier League table.

Jose Mourinho's side had won the last four league matches against their fierce north west rivals but were forced to settle for a solitary point in a tense encounter that failed to live up to the huge pre-match hype.

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BPL (2016-2017) : Liverpool vs Manchester City Preview

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'We are focused' - Mata says third straight Anfield win would prove United's progress



The Spain international is hoping to help the Red Devils to another Premier League victory at Liverpool, which he feels will highlight their progress

Manchester United playmaker Juan Mata thinks a third straight Premier League victory at Anfield would prove his side mean business as they attempt to challenge for the title.

Read more: BPL (2016-2017) : Liverpool vs Manchester City Preview

Guardiola sets Man City Champions League points target ahead of Barca showdown

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The Catalan says his side's draw with Celtic last time out did them no favours and that they must come out of the back-to-back clashes with points to show for their efforts



Pep Guardiola says his Manchester City side will go to Barcelona to win as he sets them a target of taking six points from their remaining four Champions League group games.

Guardiola believes City's 3-3 draw with Celtic has complicated their chances of qualifying for the knock-out stage.

Read more: Guardiola sets Man City Champions League points target ahead of Barca showdown

Drogba demanded he be left out of Montreal squad

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The Canadian club maintain that a back injury ruled the Ivorian out of the derby against Toronto FC but Goal understands he was angry at his exclusion from the starting XI



Didier Drogba demanded that he be left out of the Montreal Impact's 18-man squad for Sunday's derby game with Toronto FC after learning he would not start the match, Goal understands.

The Impact have claimed that Drogba’s exclusion was due to a minor back injury but a source has told Goal that Drogba has had a falling out with coach Mauro Biello after learning that he planned to start Matteo Mancosu instead of the Ivory Coast international.

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FA Cup first-round draw: League One & League Two clubs enter competition

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Manchester United beat Crystal Palace 2-1 after extra time in May to win the FA Cup for a 12th time



The draw for the FA Cup first round proper takes place on Monday and will be broadcast live on BBC Two and on the BBC Sport website.

The 32 winners from the fourth round of qualifying are joined at this stage of the competition by the 48 clubs from League One and League Two.

Read more: FA Cup first-round draw: League One & League Two clubs enter competition


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