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Watch: Fifa Women’s World Cup – Netherlands v Canada

THU 20 Jun 2019Women’s World Cup – Group ENetherlands2Canada1Dekker (54′ minutes), Beerensteyn (75′ minutes)75 minsHT 0-0Sinclair (60′ minutes)LiveLiveNetherlands v CanadaBBC SportGot a TV Licence?You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.Find out moreSummaryFifa Women’s World Cup Group ECanada penalty awarded for Van Lunteren trip…

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Watch: Fifa Women’s World Cup – Netherlands v Canada

THU 20 Jun 2019Women’s World Cup – Group ENetherlands2Canada1Dekker (54′ minutes), Beerensteyn (75′ minutes)75 minsHT 0-0Sinclair (60′ minutes)LiveLiveNetherlands v CanadaBBC SportGot a TV Licence?You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.Find out moreSummaryFifa Women’s World Cup Group ECanada penalty awarded for Van Lunteren trip on Beckie – VAR shows incident was outside boxSinclair scores 182nd international goal to cancel out Dekker header for NetherlandsDraw would be enough for the Netherlands to win group on goals scoredLive ReportingBy Emma SandersAll times stated are UKGet involvedSend a text to 81111 (charged at your standard message rate)Twitter: Use the hashtag #bbcfootballFacebook: BBC Sport78 minsPost updateNetherlands 2-1 CanadaLineth Beerensteyn had been on the pitch for less than five minutes before scoring the Netherlands’ second. 75 minsGOAL – Netherlands 2-1 CanadaLineth BeerensteynSubstitute Lineth Beerensteyn scores her 10th international goal just minutes after coming onto the pitch.She starts the move, running directly at the full-back before drifting inside and laying it off to Vivianne Miedema. It’s then fired in low from the right by Desiree van Lunteren and Beerensteyn is there to poke it in. Posted at 17:3217:32Post updateBy the way, Cameroon have taken the lead in the other game against New Zealand. As it stands, they are going through to the last 16. 73 minsPost updateNetherlands 1-1 CanadaSince the Netherlands took the lead, it’s been all Canada.Video contentVideo caption: Dekker climbs high to nod the Netherlands into the leadDekker climbs high to nod the Netherlands into the lead72 minsPost updateNetherlands 1-1 CanadaJessie Fleming picks out substitute Adriana Leon in the box but the striker has to turn her body to volley it with her favoured right foot.She gets the contact but not the angle and it’s skewed well wide of the left post. 70 minsSUBSTITUTIONNetherlands 1-1 CanadaThe Netherlands also make changes. Sherida Spitse and Lieke Martens are off, while Jill Roord and Lineth Beerensteyn are on.There’s also another change for Canada. Allysha Chapman is replaced by Jayde Riviere.68 minsSUBSTITUTIONNetherlands 1-1 CanadaCanada striker Adriana Leon is the first change of the game, replacing Christine Sinclair. Bit of a strange one?66 minsPost updateNetherlands 1-1 CanadaShanice van de Sanden’s ball in from the right is fizzed in with pace and it almost catches Shelina Zadorsky out.The Canadian defender swipes at it and luckily it spins away from Vivianne Miedema and into her own keeper’s hands.65 minsPost updateNetherlands 1-1 CanadaJordyn Huitema, who provided the assist for that Canada equaliser, wasn’t even born when Christine Sinclair made her international debut!64 minsPost updateNetherlands 1-1 CanadaThat means Christine Sinclair is now only two goals from equalling Abby Wambach’s all-time scoring record in international football.Unbelievable. LEGEND.60 minsGOAL – Netherlands 1-1 CanadaChristine SinclairWho else? Goal number 182 for Christine Sinclair in her fifth World Cup. That record is getting closer and closer. Jordyn Huitema is the provider, firing an inch-perfect cross past the face of the goal which Sinclair thunders home at the back post. Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty Images59 minsPost updateNetherlands 1-0 CanadaChristine Sinclair is played in and she thinks she’s onside. She takes her time before shooting, looking up to see where the keeper is, but ends up curling it wide and high. The flag goes up for offside anyway, but Sinclair wasn’t aware at the time. 57 minsPost updateNetherlands 1-0 CanadaThe replay shows the header actually took a nick off Kadeisha Buchanan on the way into the corner. That certainly didn’t help Stephanie Labbe in any way. 54 minsGOAL – Netherlands 1-0 CanadaAnouk DekkerSherida Spitse’s free-kick is swung straight into the centre and defender Anouk Dekker climbs highest and nods it towards the far post.The keeper has no chance and it’s an excellent goal – only her sixth of her international career.She is absolutely delighted and sprints with her arms outstretched towards the touchline. ReutersCopyright: ReutersGetty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesVideo contentVideo caption: Dekker climbs high to nod the Netherlands into the leadDekker climbs high to nod the Netherlands into the lead54 minsPost updateNetherlands 0-0 CanadaAshley Lawrence brings down Danielle van de Donk on the left wing and Janine Beckie gives her a helping hand to get back to her feet.Free-kick to the Netherlands.53 minsPost updateNetherlands 0-0 CanadaVivianne Miedema is pushed all the way back to the keeper as Canada remain organised at the back.It looks like they have just been told to keep their shape and get a little tighter to the Dutch players. Posted at 17:0817:08Get Involved#bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)Kevin D’Souza: Impressed by both Canada and Holland. As much fun to watch and quality wise as any men’s game from last season. Without the egos, diving, postering. And zero hooligans! This World Cup shows how the sport should be played and enjoyed.49 minsPost updateNetherlands 0-0 CanadaThis has got to hurt! Jordyn Huitema and Sherida Spitse tussle for the ball in midfield and the Canadian ends up stamping on Spitse’s arm (accidentally) in the follow through. 47 minsPost updateNetherlands 0-0 CanadaThe Group E table with the Netherlands sat at the top. BBC SportCopyright: BBC Sport47 minsPost updateNetherlands 0-0 CanadaStraight away, the Dutch try to feed Shanice van de Sanden in on the right. Allysha Chapman deals with it but her pass back to the keeper isn’t great.Stephanie Labbe is sliding as she clears it and it goes out for a throw-in. Match StatsHome TeamNetherlandsAway TeamCanadaPossessionHome52%Away48%ShotsHome7Away9Shots on TargetHome2Away2CornersHome0Away1FoulsHome12Away5Line-upsNetherlands1van Veenendaal2van Lunteren6DekkerBooked at 23mins20Bloodworth4van Dongen14Groenen8SpitseSubstituted forRoordat 70’minutes10van de Donk7van de Sanden9Miedema11MartensSubstituted forBeerensteynat 70’minutesSubstitutes3van der Gragt5van Es12Pelova13Jansen15Kaagman16Kop17Jansen18Kerkdijk19Roord21Beerensteyn22van der Most23GeurtsCanada1Labbé10Lawrence3BuchananBooked at 38mins4Zadorsky2ChapmanSubstituted forRiviereat 69’minutes9Huitema11Scott13Schmidt16Beckie17Fleming12SinclairSubstituted forLeonat 69’minutesSubstitutes5Quinn6Rose7Grosso8Riviere14Carle15Prince18Sheridan19Leon20Woeller21D’Angelo22Agnew23HellstromReferee:Stéphanie FrappartScoresFilter by section. Currently selected: Women’s World CupAs It StandsFilter by section. Currently selected: Women’s World CupATeamPWDLFAGDPts1France330071692Norway320163363Nigeria310224-234South Korea300318-70BTeamPWDLFAGDPts1Germany330060692Spain311132143China311111044South Africa300318-70CTeamPWDLFAGDPts1Italy320172562Australia320185363Brazil320163364Jamaica3003112-110DTeamPWDLFAGDPts1England330051492Japan311123-143Argentina302134-124Scotland301257-21ETeamPWDLFAGDPts1Netherlands330062492Canada320142263Cameroon310224-234New Zealand300304-40FTeamPWDLFAGDPts1USA22001601662Sweden220071663Chile200205-504Thailand2002118-170View full Women’s World Cup tables
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‘At this point nothing surprises me’

Suarez has left Barcelona after six yearsLionel Messi says Luis Suarez deserved a better send-off from Barcelona but that he is “no longer surprised” by the club’s behaviour.Earlier this month, Messi said he would stay at Barca despite wanting to leave because he felt he had no option.He added that he felt he had been…

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Suarez has left Barcelona after six yearsLionel Messi says Luis Suarez deserved a better send-off from Barcelona but that he is “no longer surprised” by the club’s behaviour.Earlier this month, Messi said he would stay at Barca despite wanting to leave because he felt he had no option.He added that he felt he had been deceived by the club president Josep Maria Bartomeu.In a post on Instagramexternal-link, Messi paid tribute to Suarez, saying it will be “strange” to see him “with another shirt and much more to face you”.”You deserved a send-off matching who you are – one of the most important players in the club’s history, achieving important things both as a group and individually. “Not to get thrown out like you have been. But the truth is at this point nothing surprises me.”Uruguayan Suarez scored 198 goals in 283 games to become the third highest goalscorer in Barcelona’s history.The 33-year-old won four La Liga titles, four Copa del Reys, the Champions League and Club World Cup after joining the Catalan giants for £74m from Liverpool in 2014.He has agreed terms on a two-year deal at Atletico with a reduced salary. Atletico will pay a nominal fee of no more than 6m euros for Suarez, which will be based on variables such as Champions League qualification.
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Manchester United will table a final £90m bid for Jadon Sancho next week in an attempt to prise the England winger, 20, from Borussia Dortmund. (Mirror)external-linkLucas Torreira is on the verge of leaving Arsenal, with both Atletico Madrid and Torino expressing interest in the Uruguay midfielder, 24. (Independent)external-linkAtletico Madrid are confident of a loan deal…

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Manchester United will table a final £90m bid for Jadon Sancho next week in an attempt to prise the England winger, 20, from Borussia Dortmund. (Mirror)external-linkLucas Torreira is on the verge of leaving Arsenal, with both Atletico Madrid and Torino expressing interest in the Uruguay midfielder, 24. (Independent)external-linkAtletico Madrid are confident of a loan deal for Torreira, which could allow Arsenal to sign the Spanish side’s Ghana midfielder Thomas Partey, 27. (Sky Sports)external-linkAlex Telles believes Porto’s asking price to Manchester United of about 20m euros (£18.3m) is unrealistic because the Brazil left-back, 27, would be a free agent next summer. (Guardian)external-linkManchester City have said that claims they made a £78m bid for Atletico Madrid’s Uruguay defender Jose Gimenez, 25, are not true. (Goal)external-linkMonaco have registered their interest in signing Tottenham’s England midfielder Dele Alli, 24, (90min)external-linkParis St-Germain are preparing to pull out of negotiations to sign Alli on a season-long loan. (Telegraph – subscription required)external-linkChelsea and England forward Callum Hudson-Odoi, 19, is pushing for a loan move away from Stamford Bridge. (Talksport)external-linkBarcelona and Brazil playmaker Philippe Coutinho, 28, could make a loan move to Arsenal before the transfer window closes. (Star)external-linkRB Leipzig are close to signing a central defender which could facilitate defender Dayot Upamecano leaving the club. Manchester United have been heavily linked with 21-year-old France international. (Star)external-linkNapoli striker Arkadiusz Milik has been offered to Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti, but the Italian is lukewarm on a reunion with the 26-year-old Poland international. (Corriere della Sera – via Inside Futbol)external-linkSheffield United head the queue to sign Liverpool’s English forward Rhian Brewster, 20, with Aston Villa, Brighton and Crystal Palace also interested. (Independent)external-linkWest Ham and Aston Villa are among several clubs interested in signing Chelsea’s England midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek, 24, on a season’s loan. (Guardian)external-linkSouthampton are also among the clubs interested in Loftus-Cheek, 24. (Mail)external-linkSouthampton are also looking at a deal for Toulouse’s Ivory Coast midfielder Ibrahim Sangare, 22. (Telegraph – subscription required)external-linkEverton and Fulham are interested in signing Cameroon defender Jerome Onguene, 23, from RB Salzburg. (Sportslens)external-linkWest Brom could sign former Arsenal and Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor, 36, if they cannot secure another striker before the end of the transfer window. (Sun)external-linkSt Etienne defender Wesley Fofana could move to Leicester City but as part of any deal the French club want the 19-year-old to stay with them on loan for the season. (L’Equipe – via Leicester Mercury)external-linkSouthampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl wants three signings before the close of the transfer window. (Daily Echo)external-linkBayern Munich will not allow French midfielder Michael Cuisance to leave on loan, despite Leeds United and Marseille reportedly being interested in the 21-year-old. (Sport Bild – in German)external-linkThursday’s gossip column Daily Mirror back page
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Uefa Super Cup: Bayern Munich v Sevilla

Got a TV Licence?You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.Find out moreSummaryEuropa League holders Sevilla lead Champions League winners Bayern MunichSevilla’s sixth Super Cup outing since 2006 – have lost each of past four appearances20,000 fans expected in stadium as test eventLive…

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Got a TV Licence?You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.Find out moreSummaryEuropa League holders Sevilla lead Champions League winners Bayern MunichSevilla’s sixth Super Cup outing since 2006 – have lost each of past four appearances20,000 fans expected in stadium as test eventLive Reporting Alex BysouthAll times stated are UKPost updateBayern Munich 0-1 SevillaWell, well, well… who saw that coming?!GOAL – Bayern Munich 0-1 SevillaLucas Ocampos (12 mins)The Sevilla fans can’t watch…Lucas Ocampos takes a huge run-up, stutters slightly and slots calmly past Manuel Neuer.A no-look penalty, cheeky!David Alaba is booked for knocking over Ivan Rakitic to give away the spot kick.Sevilla lead…PENALTYBayern Munich 0-0 SevillaIvan Rakitic is bundled over in the box. Anthony Taylor points straight to the spot!Post updateBayern Munich 0-0 SevillaNeat little link up down Sevilla’s right between Suso and Jesus Navas, with the former Manchester City man looking to delve into the Bayern half.The Spanish side have settled since that flying Bayern start.Post updateBayern Munich 0-0 SevillaFoul by Serge Gnabry on Lucas Ocampos, and that will give Sevilla a chance to deliver from the left of the Bayern penalty area. Suso looks to whip it in but there are plenty of red shirts in the way to clear.Decent start to this one. Post updateBayern Munich 0-0 SevillaBayern have flown out the blocks…Serge Gnabry wriggles down the right and tries to squeeze a ball into Robert Lewandowski’s path, but Sevilla stopper Yassine Bounou can collect.Post updateBayern Munich 0-0 SevillaEarly touch for Leroy Sane, who you would imagine must love playing in this Bayern Munich side.The winger cuts it back across the top of the box but it allows Sevilla to regroup.KICK-OFFBayern Munich 0-0 SevillaRight then, whose record will slip tonight? Treble winners Bayern are unbeaten in 31 matches, while Sevilla have not suffered defeat in 21. Something’s got to give…Time to find out.Can Bayern make it two?Bayern Munich v Sevilla (20:00 BST)It might surprise you, it did me at least, to learn that Bayern Munich have only won the European Super Cup once, in 2013. Recent fixtures have been dominated by Spanish sides, who have won nine of the last 11 contests – only Bayern seven years ago and Liverpool in 2019 have interrupted that run.The Champions League/European Cup winner has tended to come out on top in this clash though, winning the trophy on 25 occasions.Post updateBayern Munich v Sevilla (20:00 BST)It actually feels a little strange to see and hear fans in the stadium, has it really been that long?!How’s tat…Bayern Munich v Sevilla (20:00 BST)Sevilla’s Nemanja Gudelj has the Europa League trophy his side won tattooed on his leg, will he be evening things up with a Super Cup on his left shin after tonight’s match?Tempted to get one myself when we win the Lancashire & Cheshire Division Two Cup…Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesPost updateBayern Munich v Sevilla (20:00 BST)There is English interest in Budapest tonight… referee Anthony Taylor is the man in the middle.Sane & Rakitic on showBayern Munich v Sevilla (20:00 BST)Leroy Sane netted on his Bayern debut against Schalke last week, while Ivan Rakitic makes his first start since returning to Sevilla – both have a chance to grab some silverware with their new clubs tonight.Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesGetty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesThe fan debate – safe or ‘experimental rabbits’?The Hungarian government insists it is “safe” for fans to attend today’s game, despite opposition saying they will be “experimental rabbits”.Both Bayern and Sevilla have been allocated 3,000 tickets for the match but far fewer of their fans will attend, with the majority of the 15,500 tickets sold coming from Hungary.European football’s governing body Uefa say fans will be instructed to keep a distance of 1.5m from each other, wear masks and wash and disinfect their hands wherever possible.They also have to undergo body temperature checks at the stadium and anyone over 37.8C will be refused entry.Those supporters arriving from abroad will have to present a ticket and proof of a negative Covid-19 test which must have been conducted in the previous three days and they can only stay in the country for up to 72 hours.The chief of staff for Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said the match will be “safer than almost any other gathering” with the measures that are in place but others are not convinced.”This experiment is unacceptable,” said opposition Socialist deputy Ildiko Borbely.”They use 14,000 compatriots as experimental rabbits to see how the coronavirus spreads at mass gatherings. We reject exposing Hungary to such danger.”Post updateBayern Munich v Sevilla (20:00 BST)There’s just about time for a quiz before tonight’s Super Cup kicks off. To mark the occasion, we are testing your knowledge of the competition by asking you to name the 24 sides to have won it since it began in 1973.Click here to get quizzical. Post updateBayern Munich v Sevilla (20:00 BST)Sevilla’s sporting director Monchi likes winning, and cake…Post updateBayern Munich v Sevilla (20:00 BST)Bayern Munich’s warm-up session at their team hotel has the feel of one of those football adverts for sports brands in the late 90s/early 00s…Ronaldo and his Brazil team-mates pegging it around an airport, anyone?Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesGetty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesFans return to watch actionBayern Munich v Sevilla (20:00 BST)Uefa has sold 15,500 tickets for tonight’s game in Budapest, as part of a trial to get fans back into grounds. Match organisers will be broadcasting public announcements on giant screens and TV monitors, reminding fans to put safety first.Uefa said last month up to 30% of the 67,000-seater Puskas Arena would be allowed to be used, though fewer tickets have been sold.Safety precautions include wearing face masks when social distance cannot be respected, queuing lanes marked out at turnstiles and thermal cameras to measure body temperature at entrances.Super six for SevillaBayern Munich v Sevilla (20:00 BST)I know, it feels like Sevilla feature in the Super Cup every year – in fact, the Spanish side are only the fifth team to
contest the tie at least six times, after Barcelona (9), AC Milan
(7), Real Madrid (7) and Liverpool (6).However, they’ve only won the trophy on one of those appearances, against Barcelona in 2006.Win tonight and Sevilla will claim an eighth European trophy, a run that began with the 2005-06 Uefa Cup – only Barcelona (7) and
Real Madrid (7) have won as many continental titles in that time.Post updateBayern Munich v Sevilla (20:00 BST)Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesSay what?!Image caption: Say what?!Can anyone stop Bayern?The German giants are on an incredible 22-match winning run and are 31 games undefeated in all competitions, a spell that has seen them wrap up the Bundesliga title, clinch the German Cup and win the Champions League.They then kicked off the new season with an 8-0 thumping of Schalke, just in case anyone thought Hansi Flick’s men might be about to let up…Sevilla, who beat Inter Milan in the Europa League final, kicked their domestic campaign off with a 3-2 win against Levante.to-topLatest PostMatch StatsHome TeamBayern MunichAway TeamSevillaPossessionHome60%Away40%ShotsHome0Away1Shots on TargetHome0Away1CornersHome0Away0FoulsHome2Away2Line-upsBayern Munich1Neuer5Pavard4Süle27AlabaBooked at 12mins21Hernández18Goretzka6Kimmich7Gnabry25Müller10Sané9LewandowskiSubstitutes8Martínez Aguinaga11Cuisance14Zirkzee17Boateng19Davies24Tolisso26Ulreich30Fein35Nübel40Tillman41Richards42MusialaSevilla13Bono16Navas12Koundé20Santos Silva18Escudero8Jordán25Reges10Rakitic7Fernández Saez9de Jong5OcamposSubstitutes1Vaclik3Gómez6Gudelj11El Haddadi14Rodríguez15En-Nesyri19Acuña21Torres22Vázquez24Fernández29Gil31DíazScoresFilter by section. Currently selected: Super CupThursday 24th September 2020
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