EPL: What De Gea told Man United teammates after error against Chelsea

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City, who piled intense pressure on Burnley's goal in the first 20 minutes of the second half, did sit off to protect their lead after that - a source of pride for Burnley boss Sean Dyche. "I looked at the games against Crystal Palace, Wolves and then Leicester away - four points from nine is all they needed to possibly be in the top four, but how many did they get?"

Guardiola said: "The difference between this season and last season is one reason-Liverpool".

Despite having initially been released by WSL club Doncaster back in 2011, centre-back Amy Turner established herself as a top flight player and England worldwide with Notts County, playing in the 2015 FA Cup final and then later joining Liverpool.

In years gone back, if you'd told a Chelsea fan that they had to beat Watford at home and Leicester on the road to guarantee themselves Champions League football, they'd likely tell you it was as good as done.

"It's amusing, right? Football: He comes in and wins every game for three months and he's the second coming of Jesus Christ and everyone loves him and then they tear him down and are ready to throw him off the ledge".

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"We controlled the long ball and we had chances to score the second goal - in the last minutes anything can happen, always it is hard if you cannot close the game". Increase 157, more and more.

Valverde confirmed before Saturday's win over Levante - which saw Barca crowned Spanish champions for a fourth time in five years - that he has been exhaustively analysing Liverpool, while centre-back Clement Lenglet also spoke about the video work players have been doing.

He wants them to "line the streets" and ensure that it's not a "normal game" for the reigning Premier League champions. "It showed. We knew he could go at any time". "I look at what they like to do, how they dribble, how they move, how they behave at certain moments, what foot they prefer". It's in our hands and that is the little advantage that we have right now.

A hat trick of mistakes in three of United's biggest games of the season over the last two weeks have crowned arguably the worst year of the 28-year-old Spaniard's career.

Luiz said: "The last two or three games for everybody were tough".

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