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Bayern Munich 3-1 Paris Saint-Germain–International Champions Cup

Bayern Munich got their International Champions Cup campaign underway with a 3-1 win over Paris Saint-Germain on Saturday afternoon.
The Bundesliga champions named a strong line-up that included the likes of Arjen Robben, Franck Ribery, Sandro Wagner and Javi Martinez.
Bayern enjoyed most of the possession in the early stages of the encounter, although they struggled to carve out chances for the opening 20 minutes.
New PSG coach Thomas Tuchel will have been pleased with the way his players easily controlled the first half — the key moment being just after the half hour as Kevin Rimane played the ball forward to Weah, who held off Josip Stanisic before finishing past Sven Ulreich.
PSG eventually broke the deadlock on 31 minutes as thanks to a composed finish from Timothy Weah that sailed into the bottom corner.
Unfortunately, that proved to be the final chance of the half as the Ligue 1 outfit went into the break leading by one goal.
PSG should have doubled their lead 10 minutes into the second half, but Christopher Nkunku blasted over the crossbar from 10-yards out.
Bayern managed to level matters on the hour mark when Martinez rose highest to head home Robben’s set-piece.
The flow of the second half was largely interrupted by the plethora of substitutions for both sides after 65 minutes.
However, Bayern took the lead on 68 minutes, with the returning Renato Sanches curling home a fine free-kick from just outside the box.
The victory was sealed with 12 minutes remaining as Serge Gnabry’s cross was tucked away by 17-year-old Joshua Zirkzee.
However, Bayern could also have scored more and were denied by Buffon and the crossbar on occasions in the second half.

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Arsenal vs Manchester United: match update

The Gunners ended 2019 with a crushing 2-1 defeat to Chelsea at the Emirates and will be seeking to leap back.


Arsenal begin 2020 with a domestic fixture in opposition to Manchester United in the Premier League.

The Gunners ended 2019 with a crushing 2-1 defeat to Chelsea at the Emirates and will be seeking to leap back.

United on the alternative hand, are now 4 points in the back of the top 4 places and could are trying to find to compound Arsenal’s woes.

Kick off is 9pm West African time.

Arsenal: Leno, Maitland-Niles, Sokratis, David Luiz, Kolasinac, Torreira, Xhaka, Pepe, Ozil, Aubameyang, Lacazette

Man United: De Gea, Wan Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw, Fred, Matic, Lingard, James, Rashford, Martial

Wednesday, January 1

Full time: Arsenal have defeated Manchester United 2-0

But manu  fans where demanding why pogba didn’t play but Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has said Paul Pogba was injured again and will be out for “a few weeks”.

Pogba did not travel with the rest of the squad, for their New Year’s Day clash against Arsenal at the Emirates.

The France midfielder made a return prior to Christmas against Watford.


But he was missing again, when United saw off Burnley 2-0 in their last fixture.

“Pogba? He’s injured, he’s feeling some discomfort in his ankle. He’ll be out for a few weeks, definitely,” Solskjaer told MUTV.

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Former Manchester United coach joins Arsenal has new assistant head coach.

Mikel Arteta of Arsenal attends an Emirates Soccer Clinic in Beijing

Former Manchester United assistant manager, Steve Round, has joined Mikel Arteta at Arsenal. He showed to Sky Sports that he becomes Arteta’s new assistant head coach. Arteta changed into confirmed because of the Gunners’ long-time period alternative for Unai Emery, who was sacked last month. “Mikel is known as me in the week and requested me if I would be part of his workforce and I jumped at the threat instantly away,” Round instructed Sky Sports.

“It’s a superb opportunity at a mind-blowing football membership and simply having brief conversations with Mikel I assume he’s going to be a virtually, honestly top manager. “It’s a bold selection because he’s young and it’s his first time, but having spoken to him he sounds to me like a surely experienced guy already.

“I had the privilege of training him as a player at Everton and he changed into a super expert and it’s fantastic to be back.” The 49-year-old’s most recent job become at Aston Villa as Director of Football earlier than he left the activity in 2018 after years

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