Central Argentino

-

Sarmiento de La Banda

Unión Santiago

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Defensores Esquiú

Andino

-

Vélez de San Ramón

Atlético Policial

-

Club Atlético Güemes

Comercio Central Unidos

-

Instituto Santiago

Juventud Unida RC

-

Banda Norte

Tiro Federal Morteros

-

Argentino Peñarol

Sarmiento Leones

-

Alm. Brown Malagueño

Racing Córdoba

-

Alumni

Las Palmas

-

Atenas

Defensores La Boca

-

San Lorenzo Rodeo

Atlético Peñaflor

-

Trinidad San Juan

San Martín Rodeo

-

Sportivo del Bono

Juventud Alianza

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Sportivo Peñarol

Independiente V. Obrera

-

Atlético Colón Junior

Rodeo del Medio

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Andes

Luján de Cuyo

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La Libertad

Pacífico

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Atlético Palmira

Deportivo Montecaseros

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Jorge Newbery VM

San Martín Mendoza

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Huracán San Rafael

Alianza Campo Largo

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Atlético Laguna Blanca

Comercio

-

Primero de Mayo

Argentinos del Norte

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San Martín Formosa

Sol de América

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Huracán Las Breñas

Libertad Formosa

-

Juventud Unida C.

Comunicaciones Mercedes

-

Ferroviario Corrientes

Huracán Montecarlo

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Central Goya

Deportivo Madariaga

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Defensores Pto. Vilelas

Huracán Goya

-

Fontana

Villa Alvear

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Resistencia Central

Cosmos

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Arsenal Viale

Belgrano Paraná

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Colegiales Concordia

Viale María Grande

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Libertad Concordia

Santa María de Oro

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Atlético Villa Elisa

Atlético Uruguay

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Deportivo Achirense

Atlético San Jorge

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Juventud Pueyrredón

PSM Fútbol

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Coronel Aguirre

Rivadavia Venado Tuerto

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Unión Totoras

Tiro Federal

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Ben Hur

ADIUR

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9 de Julio Rafaela

Def. Fraile Pintado

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Tiro Gimnasia San Pedro

San Francisco Bancario

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Camioneros Argentinos

Talleres de Perico

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Los Cachorros Salta

Mitre de Salta

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Tabacal

Atletico Pellegrini

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Independiente HY

Atletico Progreso

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Almirante Brown de Lules

Central Norte

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Atlético Amalia

Sportivo Guzmán

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Deportivo Aguilares

Bella Vista Tucuman

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San Antonio

Lastenia

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Concepción

Viamonte

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Independiente Chivilcoy

ADIP

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CRIBA

Newbery Junín

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Atlético Camioneros

Everton La Plata

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El Linqueño

Mercedes

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Bragado Club

Sportivo Barracas Colón

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Atlético Baradero

Juventud Pergamino

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Sports Salto

Sportivo Baradero

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Belgrano San Nicolás

Defensores de Salto

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Colonial

General Rojo UD

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Sportsman

Deportivo Villalonga

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All Boys Santa Rosa

Embajadores

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Racing Olavarría

General Belgrano

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Bella Vista

Ferro Carril Sud

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Tiro Federal BB

Huracán Ingeniero White

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Liniers Bahía Blanca

Racing Balcarce

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Ferrocarril Roca

El Porvenir

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Circulo Deportivo

El León

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Independiente S.Cayetano

Kimberley Mar del Plata

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Norberto de la Riestra

Independiente Tandil

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Argentinos 25 de Mayo

Victoria

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Boxing Club

Independiente Pto. SJ

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Los Cuervos

Huracán de Comodoro

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Olimpia Juniors

Estrella Norte

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Jorge Newbery CR

Independiente Río Col.

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La Amistad

Cruz del Sur

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Racing Trelew

25 de Mayo La Pampa

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J.J. Moreno

Germinal de Rawson

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Pacífico Neuquen

Sol de Mayo

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Deportivo Rincón

Santamarina

2' L. Fredes | 10' A. Bordon | 33' L. Acevedo | 48' M. Michel | 61' M. Michel

5-0

Villa Dalmine

Boca Unidos

0-2

Brown Adrogue

14' J. Garcia | 46' L. Nieto

Oeste

16' Danielzinho Simoes | 41' Mazinho | 54' Lidio

3-0

Juventude

Brasil de Pelotas

32' B. Freitas | 57' Nem

2-1

Paysandu PA

73' Marcao

CRB

90'

1-1

Guarani

90' D. Jussani

Flamengo RJ

7' O. Berrio | 90' E. Ribeiro (pen.)

2-1

Coritiba

46' H. Almeida

Santos AP

-

São Paulo AP

Brantford

?-?

York Region

Lobos BUAP

14' L. Quinones | 31' J. Quinones

2-2

Santos Laguna

22' O. Martinez | 43' J. Furch

Club America

0-1

Queretaro

86' Melilivu (pen.)

Toronto FC

5' J. Chapman

1-1

Colorado Rapids

76' D. Badji

DC United

62' B. Boswell

1-3

Houston Dynamo

6' A. Wenger | 15' M. Manotas | 17' M. Rodriguez

Montreal Impact

24' M. Salazar

1-2

FC Dallas

52' C. Colman | 63' C. Colman

Columbus Crew

65' J. Meram

1-0

Philadelphia Union

New England Revolution

16' L. Nguyen | 34' K. Kamara | 70' T. Bunbury | 73' T. Bunbury

4-3

Los Angeles Galaxy

22' D. Steres | 53' D. Steres | 79' A. Lassiter

La Guaira

49' J. Azocar | 78' D. Bracho

2-0

Caracas

Valencia

?-?

New York Cosmos

Valencia

0-2

New York Cosmos

53' E. Calvillo | 77' E. Ledesma

North Carolina

0-0

Swansea

Chorrillo

26' E. Mosquera | 46' A. Stephens

2-0

Tauro

Alianza

9' A. Palacio

1-2

Plaza Amador

3' J. Murillo | 35'

Curico Unido

90'

1-0

Magallanes

U. De Chile

3' Y. Leiva | 74' L. Benegas

2-0

Nublense

U. De Concepcion

0-2

Iberia

30' D. Gonzalez | 70' D. Gonzalez

Rochester

0-0

Pittsburgh

Cincinnati

32' D. Fall | 46' | 70' D. Konig

3-0
88'

Harrisburg City Islanders

Tampa Bay

40' J. Cole | 69' M. Paterson

2-0

Charleston

Richmond Kickers

46' Oliver | 47' L. Fernando Nascimento | 87' S. Asante

3-2

Bethlehem

39' A. Jones | 69' K. Tribbett

Quindio

14' W. Galeano | 43' S. Mena

2-1

Orsomarso

38' M. Payares

Juventus

63' G. Chiellini

1-2

Barcelona

15' Neymar | 26' Neymar

Liverpool beat Tottenham thanks to Sadio Mané

Sadio Mané destroys weak Tottenham

Mauricio Pochettino’s boys Tottenham Hotspurs had a chance of closing the gap between them and league leaders Antonio Conte’s Chelsea to 6points but they didn’t utilize it. They visited JURGEN Klopp’s Liverpool on Saturday evening but easily lost the match.

Spurs who went into the game four points ahead of the Reds needed to win the game to pile more pressure on The Blues. On the other hand, a win for Liverpool moved them to one point below Spurs and Arsenal who are second and third respectively differentiated by goal difference. The game had been billed to be very competitive but Spurs failed to prove their quality considering that recently they brought Chelsea’s 13-match winning streak to end; thanks to inform Dele Alli’s two headers.

In a dramatic turn of events Liverpool have only drawn one and lost four games from their last five, but convincingly won two goals to zero (2-0) against high flying Pochettino’s boys who had won three and drawn two in their last five; though Spurs just struggled to win their last match against Middlesbrough courtesy of Harry Kane’s penalty spot kick. The Reds face Leicester away at King Power Stadium while Spurs face resilient Stoke City at White Hart Lane.

Both teams approach to the game was to win early on, with the home sides best chances falling to Senegalese former Southampton ace Sadio Mane within three minutes at 16th and 18th minute-marks. The Reds were looking the much stronger team toward half time and their efforts were indeed rewarded. The Spurs looked not so much convincing at the defence due absence of experienced Belgian Centreback Jan Vertonghen and England’s leftback Danny Rose.

Both teams have won fourteen (14) out of twenty five (25) Barclays Premier league matches this season: Liverpool FC have drawn seven (7) and lost four (4). Tottenham Hotspurs has recorded eight (8) draws and three (3) losses to Manchester United FC, title favourites Chelsea FC and Liverpool FC. Klopp’s Reds conceded the four shock defeats; away to Burnley FC, away to AFC Bournemouth, home to Swansea City and away to Hull City in that order.

The starting line-ups for both teams were as follows:

Liverpool FC: Simon Mignolet, Nathaniel clyne, Joel Matip, Georginio Wijnaldum, James Milner, Philippe Coutinho, Jordan Henderson(C), Adam Lallana, Lucas Leiva, Sadio Mané

Spurs: Hugo Lloris (C), Kyle Walker, Toby Alderweireld, Ben Davies, Victor Wanyama, Eric Dier, Moussa Dembele, Dele Alli, Christiam Eriksen, Heung Min Son, Harry Kane.

At the benches we had:

Liverpool: Trent Arnold, Ragnar Klavan, Emre Can (the three came off the bench), Loris Karius, Alberto Moreno, Daniel Sturridge, Divock Origi.

Spurs: Vincent Janssen, moussa Sissoko, Harry Winks (the three came off bench), Michel Vorm, Kieran Trippier, Kevin Wimmer, Kevin N’koudou.

Now the teams have to fight hard for UEFA Champions League slot next season considering that the difference in point from 2nd placed Tottenham Hotspurs to 6th placed Manchester United is only 2 points.

Mauricio Pochettino wasn’t impressed by his teams display at Anfield. Though he didn’t mention it that maybe Chelsea have already won the trophy, he seemed to have little hope. Jurgen Klopp was actually by his boys display against the London side.