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USWNT 5, Panama 0: Lloyd hat trick sparks USA’s rout (VIDEO) | SI.com
The USWNT shreds Panama in 2019 Women’s World Cup qualifying.

Fran Kirby strikes early to seal narrow win for England Women over Brazil | Football | The Guardian
Fran Kirby’s second-minute header was enough to seal a 1-0 victory for England Women.

Relentlessly wonky Mohamed Salah is like a supercar missing a wheel | Barney Ronay | Football | The Guardian
Mohamed Salah was again Liverpool’s best attacker against Manchester City, but his highlights reel would still cut down into a series of scuffs and bloopers.

The rise of shirt sponsorship in English football
A look at the evolution of the most world’s most visible sports advertisement.

Cesc Fàbregas eager to sign new contract and prolong stay at Chelsea | Football | The Guardian
The Chelsea midfielder hopes he can convince Chelsea to offer him a new contract.

Pep Guardiola: It was my choice to deny Gabriel Jesus penalty against Liverpool | Football | The Guardian
Pep Guardiola has apologised to Gabriel Jesus after instructing that Manchester City’s late penalty at Anfield was to be taken by Riyad Mahrez.

Rangers end Hearts’ unbeaten start as Celtic hit six at St Johnstone | Football | The Guardian
Rangers showed they are not ready to give up the Premiership title race just yet.

La Liga: Valencia 1-1 Barcelona - BBC Sport
Lionel Messi scores another superb goal but Barcelona are held by draw specialists Valencia as Sevilla go top.

Serie A: Gonzalo Higuain scores twice in AC Milan's win over Chievo - BBC Sport
Gonzalo Higuain scores twice as AC Milan beat Chievo to extend their Serie A unbeaten run to six games.

Mourinho reveals thoughts on claims he would be sacked - Football365
What did Jose Mourinho think when Friday evening's news broke? Even he panicked a bit.

How Liverpool have improved under Jurgen Klopp – and where work still needs to be done | FourFourTwo
The early part of the season shows where Liverpool have grown, but more can be done to ensure the Merseysiders challenge for the league title.