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15/09/2019

Watford battle back to salvage draw against Arsenal

Watford battle back to salvage draw against Arsenal >> Arsenal squandered a two-goal lead as Watford hit back to draw 2-2 in new manager Quique Sanchez Flores's first game of his second stint in charge at Vicarage Road on Sunday. Flores's return following the dismissal of Javi Gracia after four games of the Premier League season seemed to be going flat as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang struck twice in the first half.But Tom Cleverley halved the deficit in the 53rd minute after some dreadful Arsenal carelessness and Watford were rewarded for a much-improved display when substitute Roberto Pereyra converted an 81st-minute penalty...
15/09/2019

Bloodied Fury survives severe cut to outpoint Wallin

Undefeated British heavyweight Tyson Fury shook off a left hook to the temple that left him bloodied and bruised before battling to a unanimous points win over Sweden's Otto Wallin on Saturday. Fury had to dig deep after the bone-rattling third-round punch from heavy underdog Wallin sliced open a deep gash over his right eye in Las Vegas. The shot left Fury half-blind for the remainder of the 12-round non-title bout as blood flowed freely down the right side of his face. But the self-styled "Gypsy King" powered back in a battle of attrition and eventually seized control in the...
15/09/2019

Jordan free-kick fires Sevilla to top of La Liga

Sevilla moved to the top of the early La Liga table on Sunday as Joan Jordan's brilliant free-kick helped them seal a 1-0 win at Alaves. Julen Lopetegui's side continued their excellent start to the campaign, remaining unbeaten and moving a point clear of Atletico Madrid, who lost 2-0 at Real Sociedad on Saturday, at the summit. Sevilla host Real Madrid next Sunday in a meeting of two sides yet to taste defeat. "That means nothing (being top)," said Sevilla coach Lopetegui, whose team next face a marathon trip to Baku to play Qarabag in their Europa League opener on...

15/09/2019

Premier League: Arsenal Blow Two-Goal Lead At Lowly Watford

Quique Sanchez Flores enjoyed a happy return to Watford as Arsenal blew a 2-0 lead at Vicarage Road to draw 2-2 on Sunday. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang looked to have the Gunners well on course for a comfortable three points when he struck twice in 11 minutes before the break. However, Sanchez Flores, who was appointed as Hornets' boss for the second time last week after one point from their opening four games of the season saw Javi Gracia sacked, roused the hosts for an impressive second-half fightback.Arsenal played a huge part in their own downfall too as they gifted possesion away...
15/09/2019

Frankie Dettori at his best as he guides Star Catcher to Prix Vermeille win

equalled his best ever season at the highest level and did so with a flawless front-running ride as Star Catcher added the Prix Vermeille to her win in the Irish Oaks in July. It was the jockey’s 16th Group One winner of 2019 but as a trial for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe it proved less significant, as Star Catcher is most unlikely to make the trip back across the Channel for the big one in three weeks’ time. Instead Star Catcher could head to Champions Day and the Breeders’ Cup in America while Enable, her stable companion at...
15/09/2019

Ricky Stuart is not everyone's taste as coach — but the Raiders are within reach of title number six

By Offsiders' columnist Richard Hinds Not even the contents of a box of Assorted Creams divides opinion quite like Ricky Stuart.Some swear the Canberra Raiders coach is the Monte Carlo of man management. Others consider his somewhat mixed record across 15 seasons and curl their lips as they might toward the forsaken Orange Slices.What no one doubts is that, at his manipulative best, Stuart could talk a cat into barking.Yet before Canberra played the Storm on Saturday evening you wonder if even the perpetually combative Stuart was convinced his plucky Raiders could complete the game's most daunting assignment.Sure, the Raiders...

15/09/2019

Guardiola still 'in love' with City players despite shock Norwich defeat

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola insisted he still "loves" his players after a shock 3-2 defeat at newly-promoted Norwich saw the Premier League champions fall five points behind Liverpool at the top of the table.City lost for the first time in the league since January as Kenny McLean, Todd Cantwell and Teemu Pukki struck for an injury-ravaged Norwich at Carrow Road.However, Guardiola claimed the odd slip-up is the norm rather than the exceptional form City have demonstrated in winning back-to-back Premier League titles.Guardiola's men posted a record 100 points in 2017/18 and held off Liverpool's club record 97-point haul to...
15/09/2019

Barcelona's teen sensation Fati being considered for Spain selection

Barcelona's teenage sensation Ansu Fati is already being considered for the Spain team, coach Robert Moreno said after the 16-year-old lit up the Camp Nou with a superb display in his side's rampant 5-2 win over Valencia on Saturday. Having already become Barca's youngest ever scorer when he netted against Osasuna two weeks ago, Fati became the youngest player to score in La Liga at the Camp Nou when he opened the scoring in the second minute with a confident first-time shot. Fati then tore Valencia's defence apart with a thrilling run into the box which led to him laying...
15/09/2019

Sharjah coach Al Anbari hopes of a sustained run

Two pieces of silverware in four months, Sharjah are riding the crest of a wave. It remains to be seen if 'The King' can hit the glory heights of the 80s and 90s but coach Abdulaziz Al Anbari is surely doing some things right which gives hope of a sustained run. Al Anbari has been a loyal servant of the club, as a player until nine years ago. Now, jettisoned into the hot seat, the 41-year-old Emirati has put together a team that is capable of winning titles. He has imposed his style of play and yet stayed in the...

15/09/2019

Amid talk of revamp, Europe's giants begin Champions League assault

While the battle for the Champions League of the future is fought behind the scenes, this week the continent's biggest clubs begin their latest quest for European glory with holders Liverpool dreaming of reaching another final in Istanbul. The current 32-team group stage format leading to a knockout round of 16 was introduced in 2003. Since then, an ever smaller group of clubs has competed to win the trophy, with the last 15 champions coming from Spain, England, Germany or Italy. There is a consensus that it is time for a change, and the European Club Association, chaired by Juventus...
15/09/2019

Opinion: This Borussia Dortmund can win the Bundesliga

Borussia Dortmund finally appear to have pieced together a blueprint for their assault on the Bundesliga title. The embarrassing loss to newcomers Union Berlin saw age-old problems in defense reemerge, but a more rounded, disciplined and street-smart performance against Leverkusen is the reason to back them for the title. This Dortmund team, the one that fired home four answered goals against a genuine rival, has the goods to finish on top. Adapted game plan Lucien Favre's decision to let Leverkusen have possession and focus on fast transitions set the groundwork for a performance that grew more dominant as the game...
15/09/2019

Death, taxes, and Freiburg overachieving

Legendary football coach Ottmar Hitzfeld once said that Christian Streich should be the coach of the season in every season that he kept Freiburg in the Bundesliga. While the 2019-20 campaign may only be four games old, Freiburg have secured their best-ever start to a Bundesliga season. After the 3-0 away win at Hoffenheim, Christian Streich's side has nine points from four games, one more than Bayern Munich, scoring ten goals and conceding just three in that time - the same as league leaders RB Leipzig. The promising start has far from fazed Freiburg's players. "It feels good, but our...