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Home > Soccer World Daily > Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017

Around the Net
Harry Kane, whose two goals powered Tottenham to a 3-1 win over Borussia Dortmund in their Champions League Group E opener, credited a more experienced performance for the Spurs' win over Dortmund, which dominated the first half. Read the whole story
Daily Telegraph
Real Madrid forward Marco Asensio, one of the hottest young players in Europe, missed the Champions League opener on Wednesday night because of an infected pimple caused by shaving his legs with a razor. Read the whole story
Argentina, fifth in South American qualifying with two games to play, will host Peru in its must-win game at Boca Juniors' Bombonera Stadium rather than the Monumental stadium in Buenos Aires, the home of Boca rival River Plate. Read the whole story
Press Association
Argentine Carlos Tevez, one of the highest-paid players in the world following his move to China's Shanghai Shenhua, finds himself on the bench less than a year later. Interim coach Wu Jingui benched Tevez for being overweight after he scored only two goals in 11 games. Read the whole story

British parliament hears about FIFA's resistance to independent scrutiny

How has FIFA changed since Sepp Blatter stepped down as president and Gianni Infantino was elected to replace him? The governing body of soccer has been restructured, there's been a huge turnover of elected and staff executives and reforms have been instituted. But what about the underlying culture? ...More

England youth on the rise: The FA's Matt Crocker on how it happened and hopes for the future

England may be home to the world's richest league, but that hasn't translated into national team success. It has not won a major title since its only World Cup win, on home soil in 1966, and has gotten past the quarterfinals only once, in 1990. But this year, the England's youth national teams have had a remarkable run. ...More

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