Chile 4-1 Honduras: Alexis Sanchez scores his 41st international goal as Man United forward stars in comfortable victory

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Chile 4-1 Honduras: Alexis Sanchez scores his 41st international goal as Man United forward stars in comfortable victory

Postby chanoudom » Wed Nov 21, 2018 7:40 am

Chile 4-1 Honduras: Alexis Sanchez scores his 41st international goal as Man United forward stars in comfortable victory
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Alexis Sanchez struck his 41st international goal for Chile as they defeated Honduras 4-1 on Tuesday night - with the hosts awarded three penalties. The Manchester United forward saw his penalty on the hour mark saved สมัคร sbobet by Honduras goalkeeper Luis Lopez, only to pounce on the rebound and score. Sanchez, who has been out of sorts all season for his club, is Chile's all-time record goalscorer and his 41st goal for them came in his 124th appearance.

Chile were jeered สมัคร sbobet by their own supporters during a 3-2 loss to Costa Rica on Friday night but produced a much-improved performance in Temuco. They took an eighth-minute lead when Sanchez's header from a Jean Beausejour cross was saved by Luis Lopez, only for Arturo Vidal to tap home. And Vidal doubled the lead 10 minutes before half-time, only for Alex Lopez to halve the deficit shortly afterwards.

A handball decision handed Sanchez the opportunity to make it 3-1, one he took at the second time of asking. สมัคร sbobet And a third penalty - again for handball - saw Nicolas Castillo seal a straightforward win for Chile six minutes from the end. Sanchez will hope to be involved when United return to action at home to Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon.
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Manchester United striker's future in doubt after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer arrival; Manchester City to move for Real Madrid

Postby chanoudom » Wed Dec 19, 2018 4:07 am

Manchester United striker's future in doubt after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer arrival; Manchester City to move for Real Madrid star; Arsenal target winger

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp happy with respite from Premier League title challenge

Postby chanoudom » Sun Jan 06, 2019 2:19 am

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp happy with respite from Premier League title challenge

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Jurgen Klopp believes Liverpool’s FA Cup tie with Wolves eases the pressure on his side to “react immediately” in the wake of their midweek defeat to Manchester City. Liverpool's 2-1 sbobet loss at the Etihad Stadium has allowed City to cut the gap on Klopp's table-topping side to four points ahead of the next round of Premier League games. Brighton are Liverpool's next league opponents but only after they travel to Molineux to play Wolves in the third round of the FA Cup on Monday night.

"It's okay [playing Wolves next in the FA Cup]. We have known about it for a while," said Klopp. "And it's not like I feel we have to react immediately in the league because that would feel a little bit like we are a bit insecure about ourselves. "We knew about it before. When the draw came out and I saw Wolves I was like 'Wow, Wolves away, thank you very much!

"When we played there in the league it was very difficult and to go there again is a really tough draw. And of course, we have Brighton coming up and that is always a tough place to go and they are playing a fantastic season. sbobet "Would I want to play Brighton directly after Man City? I don't know. I didn't think about it. But we have nine or so days between Premier League games and in between is a very, very tough FA Cup game."

Seven-time FA Cup winners Liverpool have reached three finals under Klopp but the German is yet to win a trophy during his Anfield reign. Klopp does not feel under any additional pressure to deliver a trophy but it is clear he understands the importance of Liverpool's title chase. sbobet "Always when people talk to me about silverware it looks like we have to get each little thing," he said.

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