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Wenger gives little away as Arsenal faces top-4 exclusion
If Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is troubled about his future, he's not showing it.
 
Kane scores 4 as EPL runner-up Tottenham routs Leicester 6-1
Harry Kane scored four goals in Tottenham's 6-1 rout of Leicester on Thursday, ensuring the Premier League runner-up is closing out the season with a swagger despite missing out on the title.
 
Monaco wins 1st French league title in 17 years
On the night Monaco clinched its first French league title for 17 years, it was fitting that rising star Kylian Mbappe scored a superb goal.
 
Madrid a draw away from Spanish title after win over Celta
Cristiano Ronaldo has taken Real Madrid to the verge of its first Spanish league title in five years.
 
Chinese investors who failed in their bid to buy Hull City last year have succeeded in taking over Reading, who are one win away from the Premier League.
 
Man City beat West Brom, virtually seal top-4 place
Pablo Zabaleta got a rousing send-off. Yaya Toure scored perhaps a farewell goal. Their team swept to a convincing win to virtually guarantee Champions League qualification.
 
Sixth straight for Toronto as they beat Minnesota
Tosaint Ricketts scored his third goal in a week to lift MLS-leading Toronto FC to a 3-2 victory over Minnesota United and push the MLS leaders' club-record winning streak to six games.
 
Monaco coach Jardim demands 1 final push for league title
In his ruthlessly pragmatic way, Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim demands one final effort from his players.
 
Hull City crashed out of the Premier League on Sunday as Crystal Palace secured their own survival with a 4-0 thrashing of their relegation rivals at Selhurst Park.
 
Arjen Robben scored in the fifth minute of injury time for Bundesliga champion Bayern Munich to come back from two goals down and beat Leipzig 5-4 Saturday.
 
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