Evening Report: April 24

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Lionel Messi has conceded that Bayern Munich deserved their 4-0 win over Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals last night. The Argentinan admitted the German's were simply much better.

Arsenal youngster Ryo Miyaichi says his loan spell at Wigan Athletic has made his dream of becoming a regular starter for the Gunners more realistic.

The Japanese international returned from his loan spell at the DW Stadium in March following an ankle injury

Sergio Aguero has admitted Manchester City must lift the FA Cup to save their season from disaster.

The Citizens relinquished their Premier League title to rivals Manchester United on Monday.

Tottenham were handed an injury boost as Aaron Lennon returned to training today following a knee injury.

The Spurs winger is in contention to feature against Wigan on Saturday.

Rio Ferdinand has aimed a thinly veiled dig at Manchester City by claiming Manchester United have won the Premier League title the right way.

The defender said winning the title outright is better than doing it on goal difference - which City did last season.

Fernando Torres says he has struggled this season because Chelsea depend too much on strong individuals.

The Spaniard said having players like Juan Mata and Eden Hazard on board make it difficult to play to his strengths which has affected his form.

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