Wang's pain, Atwal's gain

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Missed handball costs Roma

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Suarez on the mark

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Four-midable

ROYAL RECOGNITION: Real Madrid captain Iker Casillas receiving the Club World Cup trophy from Morocco's Prince Moulay Hassan.
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Japan to probe Aguirre allegations

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'It'll be a disaster'

DIVE? Chelsea striker Diego Costa (above, right) goes flying in the air after a challenge by Hull City's Tom Huddlestone (left), but he was booked for diving.
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War Affair heads the charge of feature winners

TOP SCORER: The Alwin Tantrained War Affair winning the Group 1 Raffles Cup in October, the fifth of his black-type wins for 2014.
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Martin Skrtel saves the day for Liverpool with equaliser in 7th minute of injury time

Liverpool's Martin Skrtel (2nd L) scores a goal against Arsenal during their English Premier League soccer match at Anfield in Liverpool, northern England December 21, 2014.
Liverpool's Martin Skrtel (2nd L) scores a goal against Arsenal during their English Premier League soccer match at Anfield in Liverpool, northern England December 21, 2014.
GOAL: Arsenal's Mathieu Debuchy celebrates after scoring yesterday. 


He rose like a mummy and turned from villain to hero with one gravity-defying leap.

Bloodied and bruised, the bandaged Martin Skrtel rose highest in the penalty box to earn 10-man Liverpool an unlikely 2-2 draw against Arsenal last night.

The defender had been at fault for both of the Gunners' goals. But he made amends in the 97th minute -- a long injury time caused by his own head wound. 

Somehow, Liverpool had pinched a point they scarcely deserved, says Neil Humphreys.

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Ganguly's Atletico win inaugural Indian Super League

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The Battle of Manchester: 'We've lost ground in title race'

VAN GAAL: It's two points wasted, says the Man United boss.
FABULOUS: Falcao (above) celebrating his goal against Everton.
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