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  • Cavani double allows PSG to sink Ludogorets

    Cavani double allows PSG to sink Ludogorets

    Reuters
    Cavani double allows PSG to sink Ludogorets

    By Angel Krasimirov SOFIA (Reuters) - Edinson Cavani scored twice in the second half to give Paris St Germain a 3-1 Champions League Group A win over resilient Ludogorets on Wednesday at the ground where they made their European football debut 34 years ago. It was no more than PSG, who were beaten 1-0 at the Vasil Levski stadium by another Bulgarian side - Lokomotiv Sofia - in the now defunct Cup Winners Cup in 1982, deserved after dominating throughout with Cavani running the show. The …

  • Barca felt Messi absence - Busquets

    Barca felt Messi absence - Busquets

    Omnisport
    Barca felt Messi absence - Busquets

    Lionel Messi's absence was felt by Barcelona during their win over Borussia Monchengladbach, Sergio Busquets said. …

  • Guardiola urges Man City to learn Celtic lesson

    Guardiola urges Man City to learn Celtic lesson

    AFP News
    Guardiola urges Man City to learn Celtic lesson

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola expressed hope his players would learn their lesson after losing their 100 percent season record in a spectacular 3-3 Champions League draw at Celtic. Aiming to equal Tottenham Hotspur's English record of 11 straight wins at the start of a season, City had to come from behind three times to earn a point in Wednesday's Group C clash in Glasgow. City reached the semi-finals under Manuel Pellegrini last season, but not for the first time, Guardiola pointed …

  • John Obi Mikel is my role model, says Granada youngster Uche Agbo

    John Obi Mikel is my role model, says Granada youngster Uche Agbo

    Goal.com
    John Obi Mikel is my role model, says Granada youngster Uche Agbo

    The promising defender has singled out the Chelsea midfielder as an example to follow, and is determined to become a key Super Eagles’ member …

  • China's expansion into Europe, at home set to continue

    China's expansion into Europe, at home set to continue

    Reuters
    China's expansion into Europe, at home set to continue

    By Chris Bertram MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Chinese investors will continue to buy heavily into European clubs and the country's own clubs will step up their pursuit of big name players to compete in their Super League, two leading figures in Chinese soccer have said. Alex Teixeira, Ramires and Jackson Martinez are among the players to recently move for huge fees from Europe to the Chinese Super League, while Chinese investors have stakes in major clubs such as Inter Milan, Manchester …