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Premier League 2014-2015: Watch Online - Latest Transfer News. (29.01.2015)

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Thursday 29 January 2015





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Capital One League Cup 2014 - 2015: BBC The League Cup Show (Semi Final - 2nd Leg) - Watch Online Full Show Replay. (28.01.2015)

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BBC The League Cup Show
Wednesday, 28 January 2015

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Manish Bhasin presents action from the semi-final second-leg ties, which were Sheffield United v Tottenham Hotspur at Bramall Lane and Chelsea v Liverpool at Stamford Bridge, as the sides battled it out for places in the Wembley final. Sheffield United were the only remaining team in the competition from outside the Premier League and looking to maintain their excellent cup form under Nigel Clough. Liverpool are the most successful team in the competition's history, but the Blues will have fancied their chances of victory in front of their own fans.




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SPFL 2014-2015: BBC Sportscene - SPFL Highlights Show - Watch Online Full Show Reply. (25.01.2015)

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BBC Sportscene - SPFL Highlights Show
Sunday 24 January 2015


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Sheffield United v Tottenham Hotspur - Capital One League Cup 2014-2015 (Semi Final-2nd leg): Watch Online Full Match Replay. (28.01.2015)

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Sheffield United v Tottenham Hotspur
Wednesday, 28 January 2015


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Sheffield United v Tottenham Hotspur - Coverage of the semi-final second-leg encounter at Bramall Lane, as the sides contest a place in the Wembley final. The Blades have already defeated Premier League opposition in West Ham United and Southampton en route to this stage, while Spurs reached the last four by playing in front of their own fans in every round, and only facing one fellow top flight side in Newcastle United



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Leading 1-0 from the first-leg, Spurs appeared to be coasting towards a final with Chelsea after Eriksen’s stunning free-kick on 28 minutes appeared to have put the tie beyond the reach of Nigel Clough’s League One side.
The Blades struggled to create any real chances of note but, with 15 minutes to play, two goals in two minutes from substitute Che Adams turned the tie on its head and looked to have sent the game into extra time.
Fellow substitute Louis Reed looked had a glorious chance to send the Blades through but it was to be Eriksen who would have the last word as he guided Spurs’ second of the evening past Mark Howard with two minutes remaining.
Spurs edged the tie 3-2 on aggregate and now head across London to play Chelsea in the final on March 1 – a repeat of the 2008 League Cup final.
Having rested a number of first-team regulars in Saturday’s FA Cup defeat to Leicester, Mauricio Pochettino reinstated Harry Kane to the starting line-up and, after battling the conditions and a cacophony of noise at Bramall Lane, Spurs soon got into their rhythm.
Michel Vorm, who retained his place after his FA Cup error, almost gifted the hosts the lead on nine minutes as he spilt Campbell-Ryce’s cross at the feet of Marc McNulty, who set up Jamie Murphy, but his effort was locked on the line by Kyle Walker.
Kane was lively from the off, harrying Jay McEveley in the opening exchanges, and hitting the post after Walker caused problems down the right against his old club.
One of many marauding runs from Ryan Mason drew a foul 25 yards from goal, presenting Eriksen with a chance to open the scoring, and the Danish international duly obliged with an exquisite curling effort which left Howard rooted to his spot before going in off the far left-hand post.
Going behind stunned the Blades and their home support and Spurs, without threatening to extend their lead, controlled the remainder of the first half in the Steel City.
Mousa Dembele ensured Spurs started the second half as they had finished the third, taking the game to the hosts which a mazy run inside the opening minute.
Spurs looked on track for their first Wembley final in eight year until Clough introduced Adams with a little under 20 minute remaining, and within five minute the match was level.
Ryan Flynn delivered a dangerous cross along the six yard line from the right and, after the ball evaded walker at the far post, Adams shot first time under the reach of Michel Vorm to give the hosts hope.
And his deflected effort less than 90 seconds later sent Bramall Lane into raptures as Spurs' passage into the final hit the rocks.
Reed could only guide a fiercely-struck effort over the bar as the hosts pushed for a winner, but Eriksen’s punished the Blades four minutes later.
Kane was the provider, picking out the midfielder who, after evading the United defence, slipped the ball into the bottom right-hand corner to seal the North Londoners' passage to Wembley.

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Atletico Madrid v Barcelona - Copa Del Rey 2014-2015 (Quarter Final - 2nd Leg): Watch Online Full Match Replay. (28.01.2015)

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Atletico Madrid v Barcelona
Wednesday 28 January 2015


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Barcelona secured their place in the Copa Del Rey semi-finals with a 3-2 (4-2 on aggregate) win over Atletico Madrid, in what was a whirlwind and tumultuous game at the Vicente Calderon.
Diego Simeone’s side finished the second leg with nine men, as their lack of discipline spoiled what had been a spectacular contest in the first half. Barcelona will now face either Villarreal or Getafe in the Copa’s last four.
Fernando Torres repeated the trick he performed twice in the last round against Real Madrid, giving the Liga champions the lead on the night within seconds of kick-off, making the most of slack Bara defending to find the net off the inside of the post.
However, it didn’t take long for Barcelona to level through Neymar, who raced through on goal after being released by Lionel Messi, finishing with aplomb to bring the second leg level after just nine minutes.
But Atletico were awarded a contentious penalty kick on the half-hour mark when Javier Mascherano fouled Juanfran just outside the box, with Raul Garcia converting from 12 yards to give his side the lead.
A sensational opening half continued when Miranda slashed a clearance from a corner kick into his own net, before Neymar gave his side the lead on the stroke of half-time, rounding Jan Oblak to walk into the net after a Jordi Alba cut-back on the stretch.
Atletico Madrid were reduced to 10 men at the break, with Gabi Fernandez shown red for his part in a fracas in the Vicente Calderon tunnel, allowing Barcelona to take a grip of the second half, keeping the hosts at arm’s length to make the competition’s final four.
Mario Suarez was shown a second booking to reduce Atletico Madrid to nine men, raking his studs down the achilles of Messi, as the home side lost their cool and their place in the Copa Del Rey semi-finals.
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