Christian Benteke celebrates with team mates after scoring the second goal for Liverpool.
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Juan Mata was sent off as Manchester United's hopes of Champions League qualification were dealt a setback in a 1-0 defeat at West Bromwich Albion Sunday.It ended United's recent revival of four straight wins and left Louis van Gaal's side in sixth place, three points below the Champions League berths having played a game more than fourth-place Manchester City.Asked what United require from their final nine league games to finish in the top four, the Dutchman replied: "27 points".West Brom claimed the points when Venezuelan striker Rondon gathered Sebastien Pocognoli's drilled left-wing cross before slamming home left-footed to lift Tony Pulis's men 15 points clear of the bottom three.Joe Ledley's 48th-minute strike and Liverpool midfielder James Milner's second-half dismissal for two bookable offenses looked to have set Palace on course for a first win in 12 league matches.
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