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Home > Soccer World Daily > Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017
Cameron Carter-Vickers, 19, needed all of 33 minutes to leave an impression on fans at new English League Championship club Sheffield United, scoring to give the Blades a 1-0 win over Bolton Wanderers, their fourth in a row for third place. His performance also left a big impression on manager ... Read the whole story
Timothy Weah scored the winning goal in Paris St. Germain's 3-2 win over Celtic in the UEFA Youth League opener for both teams. Weah scored on a header in the 66th minute as PSG rallied from 1-0 and 2-1 down in Dumbarton. Read the whole story
American striker Bobby Wood, now with the Bundesliga's Hamburg SV after stints with second division clubs Union Berlin and 1860 Munich, has scored 34 goals in all competitions during his career in Germany. Here are the 24-year-old's Top 5 goals. Read the whole story

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Sky Sports News
Paul Pogba's first game as Manchester United captain ended after 18 minutes as he was forced off by an apparent hamstring injury in Tuesday's Champions League opener against Basel. Manchester United went on to win, 3-0. Read the whole story
ESPN FC
Lionel Messi scored twice to lead Barcelona to a 3-0 win over Juventus in the Champions League Group C opener, earning a measure of revenge for its elimination by Juventus last season. Messi's strikes sandwiched a goal by Ivan Rakitic. Read the whole story
BBC Sport
Neymar scored his first Champions League goal in a Paris Saint-Germain jersey and assisted PSG's second goal, by Kylian Mbappe, in a 5-0 win over Celtic, which suffered its worst ever home European loss. Edinson Cavani converted a penalty kick, Mikael Lustig gifted PSG an own goal, and Cavani ... Read the whole story
Reuters
Tickets for next year's World Cup in Russia go on sale from Thursday with prices ranging from $105 to $1,100, but Russian residents will be able to buy $22.19 tickets for group stage games. Read the whole story

Bayern Munich unrest after Lewandowski, Ribery and Mueller complain

Those getting tired of Bayern Munich's Bundesliga dominance -- it has won the last five titles - have been treated to a good serving of schadenfreude: a 2-0 loss to Hoffenheim, criticism of the club by its leading scorer, Robert Lewandowski, complaints about the coach from fan favorite Thomas Mueller, and a tantrum from Franck Ribery. ...More


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