Sunday Superliga highlights: Boca are virtually champions; Arsenal are definitely relegated

There was a virtual coronation and an actual relegation in Sunday's Superliga matches. Boca Juniors didn't claim the title, but Pablo Pérez's ninety-second minute winner against second-placed Talleres did mean they extend their lead at the top of the table to nine points (eight, if San Lorenzo win their game in hand against Independiente on Wednesday)... Continue Reading →

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Saturday Superliga highlights: two Mac Allister brothers score for Argentinos; Vélez and Estudiantes share six goals

Saturday brought no shortage of goals in the twenty-first round of Superliga action. There were nine in the first two games of the day, as Newell's Old Boys scored twice in the first half to beat Tigre 2-1 (a game marred by a fractured ankle for Newell's playmaker Brian Sarmiento) and Vélez Sarsfield came back... Continue Reading →

Argentina 2-0 Italy: highlights

On Friday, Argentina beat Italy 2-0 in a friendly in Manchester, thanks to goals from Éver Banega and Manuel Lanzini – the West Ham United playmaker's first goal for his country, in his third cap. It wasn't a perfect performance, but it left Jorge Sampaoli more satisfied than not, and several players – including Willy Caballero, Fabricio... Continue Reading →

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