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The GiveMeSport Report - February 3

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The Seattle Seahawks thrash misfiring Denver Broncos.

Arsene Wenger admits to signing an injured Kim Kallstrom.

Stoke City pile more misery on David Moyes' Manchester United.

Jose Mourinho: Chelsea will not park the bus against Manchester City.

Hello and welcome to the GiveMeSport report on a day in which the media are reflecting on last night's Super Bowl result.

We start by focusing on last night's big event from across the pond.

The Seattle Seahawks thrashed the Denver Broncos 43-8 to win their first ever Super Bowl.

Seattle were dominant throughout and deserved their victory against Peyton Manning's Broncos.

Moving back across the Atlantic to the Barclays Premier League, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed he signed Kim Kallstrom despite knowing he was suffering from an injury.

New signing Kallstrom is expected to be out for between four to six weeks due to a back injury he sustained while playing beach football.

Manchester United's new holy trinity of Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata were unable to stop the Red Devils from falling to their eighth Premier League defeat this weekend.

The Premier League champions were beaten 2-1 by Stoke City, with Charlie Adam bagging a brace in Saturday's encounter at the Britannia Stadium.

United's rivals Manchester City take on Chelsea at the Etihad Stadium tonight.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has said his side will not be parking the bus against fellow Premier League title contenders Manchester City .

Mourinho will be hoping his side can close the gap on Premier League leaders Arsenal, while Manchester City will leapfrog the Gunners if they can claim all three points.

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