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Sunday, 23 July 2017

Pre-Season Recap Gist; Spurs Punish French Side,Wayne Rooney Brilliant Performance, Neymar Shines As Spurs Thrash PSG

Everton 1-1 Genk: Wayne Rooney on target once more 
Wayne Rooney scored his second preseason goal for
Everton in Saturday's 1-1 draw against Genk.

Manchester United and England's record goal scorer marked his first appearance back in an Everton shirt with a fine effort against Gor Mahia earlier this month and was on target again at the Luminus Arena.
He produced a neat first-time finish at the back post just before half-time following a cross from Sandro Ramirez and later took the captain's armband when Leighton Baines left the pitch.

New £30 million goalkeeper Jordan Pickford made his first appearance for Everton, as did Sandro, and kept a clean sheet before being replaced by Maarten Stekelenburg, who conceded the 

Barcrlona 2-1 Juventus: Neymar Shows Class
Neymar shone in New Jersey as Barcelona beat Juventus in a pre-season friendly in front of a crowd in excess of 80,000 at the MetLife Stadium.

The Brazilian scored twice in a stunning first-half display before the Catalan giants rung the changes at the break.

He continues to be linked with a world-record move to Paris Saint-Germain and his display here will have only served to further impress his suitors in the French capital.

Giorgio Chiellini pulled a goal back for the Bianconeri after the break but Neymar had already done the damage in the first period.

PSG 2-4 Tottenham: Spurs Punish French Side
Paris Saint-Germain spent the entirety of the second half against Tottenham Hotspur Saturday playing with 10 men. Eventually, the disadvantage took its toll.

Toby Alderweireld broke a 2-2 deadlock in the 82nd minute with a strike from outside of the box, while Harry Kane buried a penalty minutes later to hand Spurs a 4-2 victory at Camping World Stadium. 

The Parisians found themselves down a man in the contest after goalkeeper Kevin Trapp was sent off on a red card for a handball outside of the box just one minute into the second frame.

Christian Eriksen and Eric Dier also scored for Spurs, while Edinson Cavani and Javier Pastore put the ball in the net for PSG.


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