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Thursday cannon fodder: penalty winner timing

Everton FC v Leicester FC - Carabao Cup: Quarter Final Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images

Premier League/England

Klopp questions timing but ‘we don’t fly 3,000 miles not to show up’ | The Guardian
The Liverpool manager said ‘from an organisation point of view they have to talk’ as his team prepared to face Monterrey in the Club World Cup on Wednesday.

Firmino’s last-gasp winner sends Liverpool into Club World Cup final | Football | The Guardian
Roberto Firmino scored a 91st-minute winner as Liverpool beat Monterrey 2-1 in Doha to reach the Club World Cup final.

Jamie Vardy penalty sends Leicester past Everton in shootout drama | Football | The Guardian
A Jamie Vardy penalty gave Leicester a 4-2 shootout victory against Everton after the match ended 2-2 at 90 minutes.

Rashford downs Colchester once Manchester United find their range | The Guardian
Marcus Rashford opened the scoring in the 51st minute and the home side ran out 3-0 winners in Carabao Cup quarter-final.

Oxford United 1-3 Manchester City: Raheem Sterling double seals semi-final spot - BBC Sport
Holders Manchester City see off League One side Oxford United to secure their place in the EFL Cup semi-finals.

Danny Higginbotham gives fascinating insight into Tony Pulis’ tactics at Stoke - Planet Football
The Stoke player gives an insight into why seemingly simple tactics proved so effective.


El Clasico: Bale goal disallowed as Barca and Real play out goalless draw - BBC Sport
Barcelona and Real Madrid play out a goalless and largely uneventful El Clasico at the Nou Camp.

Freiburg 1-3 Bayern Munich: Two late goals take Bayern up to third in Bundesliga - BBC Sport
Reigning champions Bayern Munich score two goals in injury time to see off Freiburg and move up to third in the Bundesliga.


NYCFC announces four games at Citi Field - Hudson River Blue
MLS wanted a team in the five boroughs so badly, it now has one team that plays in two of them.

Canada Soccer announces 2020 Canadian Championship schedule | Pro Soccer USA
The three Canadian MLS sides are set to start in July 2020.