Friday, September 4, 2015

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Goal took in the action in Lisbon, where the visiting side clinched a deserved victory late in the second half thanks to Valbuena's superb free kick.

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The Arsenal playmaker played an important role as the World Cup holder topped Poland in the Euro 2016 qualifying match, returning to the top of Group D, writes Eliot Rothwell.

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Joachim Low's side went top of Group D as Mario Gotze shone while Bayern Munich strikers Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski both netted for their respective sides.

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Manchester United reiterate that they upheld their side of the bargain following criticism from Florentino Perez over David de Gea saga.

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The duo have both made just one substitute appearance for the Three Lions previously but they will join Everton's John Stones in the XI at Stadio Olimpico on Saturday.

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Boosted by an impressive 3-1 win over Bosnia-Herzegovina, Belgium will be confident of all but securing Euro 2016 qualification in Cyprus.

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The Italy international was reportedly an Arsenal target, but the player's agent indicated that the Hammers also made an approach during the transfer window.

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Can Joachim Low's men overtake Friday's visitors and gain their place at the top of their Euro 2016 qualifying group?

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Cristiano Ronaldo and co. welcomes Didier Deschamps' side to Lisbon for a friendly encounter - follow all the action LIVE with Goal!

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The Argentine ace has been listed as the highest-ranked player in the upcoming video game, with the Portuguese second, Luis Suarez third and Eden Hazard in sixth.

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Turkey coach Fatih Terim knows Sunday's clash against Netherlands represents his side's "last chance" to qualify for Euro 2016.

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Arjen Robben has been ruled out for four weeks by Bayern Munich after picking up an injury on Netherlands duty.

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The young stopper’s representative is certain the Serie A champion has confidence in his client after turning down an approach from Napoli.