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Griezmann hat-trick lifts Atleti, Villarreal win

Antoine Griezmann scored his first hat-trick for Atletico Madrid as the Spanish La Liga champions came from behind to win 4-1 at Athletic Bilbao as Villarreal won 3-0 and Malaga claimed a 2-1 comeback victory at struggling Elche.

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Marseille finish 2014 on top, five-star Lyon cruise

Marseille moved three points clear at the top of France's Ligue 1 thanks to a 2-1 win against Lille at the Stade Velodrome as Alexandre Lacazette scored in each half as Lyon moved up to second with an impressive 5-0 win at Bordeaux.

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Inter fight back to hold Lazio, Torino take down Genoa

Felipe Anderson and Mateo Kovacic exchanged goals of real quality as Inter Milan fought back to rescue a 2-2 draw with Lazio at San Siro on Sunday night as Kamil Glik scored twice in the second half as Torino came from behind to beat Genoa 2-1 for their first Italian Serie A victory in nearly two months.

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Real Madrid turn winning run into a world title

FIFA.com recaps the FIFA Club World Cup Morocco 2014, where Real Madrid capped off a historic year with a 2-0 win over Cruz Azul in the final, Auckland City made history of their own and the supporters who came out to Morocco took home memories of a lifetime.

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McCoist leaves Rangers

Ally McCoist's reign as Rangers manager ended on Sunday when he left the Glasgow club, the Scottish second-tier side announced, though the 52-year-old was already working a 12-month notice period after handing in his resignation last week.

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Hoffenheim thrash Hertha, Hannover hold Freiburg

Hoffenheim brought a spectacular end to their 2014 with a 5-0 German Bundesliga victory at Hertha Berlin on Sunday, moving them to within a point of the top six for the duration of the winter break and Freiburg let a two-goal lead slip to draw 2-2 against Hannover.

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Skrtel saves Liverpool, Sunderland win derby

After suffering a bloody head injury in the second half, Martin Skrtel scored from a header in the seventh minute of stoppage time to give Liverpool a 2-2 draw with Arsenal, while Sunderland beat Newcastle United 1-0. continue reading »

Silva: I want more goals

Manchester City playmaker David Silva is hungry for more goals after filling a void, due in part to the absence of talisman Sergio Aguero, for the champions by striking twice against Crystal Palace.

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Allegri: We're as motivated as Napoli

Juventus have just as much motivation as Monday's rivals Napoli to win the Italian Supercoppa final, according to Bianconeri coach Massimiliano Allegri. continue reading »

Suarez: Win means more than goal

Luis Suarez was delighted to score his first Spanish La Liga goal for Barcelona, but claimed the victory over lowly Cordoba was more important.

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Burns brace sees Wellington to win

Nathan Burns pushed his claims for Socceroo selection in next month's AFC Asian Cup with a brace to guide Wellington Phoenix to a 2-0 Australian A-League victory over Sydney FC.

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Klopp: We look like total idiots

Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp feels his team were made to look like "total idiots" after their final German Bundesliga fixture of 2014 ended in yet another defeat.

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Romagnoli: We ought to have gone for it more

San Lorenzo captain Leandro Romagnoli, after shedding tears on the pitch following defeat to Real Madrid, remained in pensive mood when speaking exclusively to FIFA.com.

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Kroos: Beautiful end to sensational year

Already victorious with Germany at Brazil 2014, Toni Kroos spoke exclusively to FIFA.com after sealing his second global crown of the year at the FIFA Club World Cup. continue reading »

Happy Birthday to you!

In our regular Sunday feature, FIFA.com previews the week's upcoming footballing birthdays, with a FIFA World Cup winner, a Welsh midfield wizard and an imposing French central defender all celebrating.

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