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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsene Wenger knows exactly what he would say upon meeting God

Arsene Wenger explains how he survives in 'the jungle' that is management.

Arsene Wenger has previously shared his thoughts about how his first conversation with God could go.

However, the Arsenal manager never had an answer if he were asked what he did during his life outside football.

But on the day before he turns 67, Wenger reflected on his life and 20-year career and revealed that he now has a pretty good idea of how he would respond.

Wenger told reporters: "I've said if God exists and one day I will go up there, he will ask me, 'Do you want to come in here?'


ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Speedy dog interrupts San Lorenzo game in Argentina

A dog made its way onto the pitch to briefly interrupt a quarter-final match between San Lorenzo and Palestino.

Anfield Cat, beware!

Just a few days after yet another cat found its way onto the pitch at Liverpool, Argentina club San Lorenzo had their own match interrupted by a dog on Thursday night.

The friendly pooch scampered around the pitch for a little while in the 59th minute of the Copa Sudamericana clash against Palestino.

He showed plenty of pace on the wing, but sadly was not on the approved substitutes' list and was not allowed to stay on.

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 By Chris Wright

Juan Mata jokes after eating turf during Man Utd vs. Fenerbahce

A Paul Pogba first-half double helped Manchester United on their way to a 4-1 thrashing of Turkish side, Fenerbahce.
Jose Mourinho says Paul Pogba has not been discouraged, despite recent criticism of Man United's big-money signing.

After Juan Mata was brought down in the area to give Manchester United the first of their penalties against Fenerbahce, it appeared at first glance as though the Spanish forward managed to emerge largely unscathed.

However, replays duly showed that he did receive a rather painful looking face-full of the Old Trafford turf as he was bundled over by defender Simon Kjaer.

 By Chris Wright

Sir Alex Ferguson applauds Robin van Persie goal at Old Trafford

A Paul Pogba first-half double helped Manchester United on their way to a 4-1 thrashing of Turkish side, Fenerbahce.

Thursday night saw Robin van Persie make a competitive return to Old Trafford for the first time since leaving Manchester United somewhat reluctantly in the summer of 2015.

Indeed, Van Persie received a hero's welcome on the night despite his Fenerbahce team finding themselves on the wrong end of a rather comprehensive thrashing.

Still, the Dutch striker did eventually manage to muster a consolation, tapping home from close range in the 83rd minute to make the score 4-1 and thus preserving a crumb...

 By Chris Wright

Lionel Messi and other Barcelona stars read tweets about themselves

As one of the most followed people on the planet, it goes without saying that Lionel Messi doesn't have time to sift through all of his vast number of daily social media mentions.

To that end, Barcelona had Messi sit down and read out a handful of tweets about himself -- most of them from appreciative fans thanking him for being some sort of footballing extraterrestrial sent to the Camp Nou from another galaxy.

Oh, and the Catalan club also invited Gerard Pique, Arda Turan, Ivan Rakitic and Sergi...

 By Chris Wright

Man City's Claudio Bravo mocked on Twitter for red card vs. Barcelona

Claudio Bravo is sent off after giving the ball away to Luis Suarez and subsequently preventing a goalscoring opportunity.
Steve Nicol and Craig Burley are in disbelief over the play of Claudio Bravo and the Man City defence against Barcelona.
Pep Guardiola says he saw an open match between Barcelona and Manchester City before Claudio Bravo was sent off.

It's fair to say that Claudio Bravo's early Manchester City career hasn't been the smoothest of transitions, with a smattering of high-profile errors leading many to question Pep Guardiola's taste in first-choice goalkeepers.

The Chile shot-stopper was caught out once again on Wednesday night when was forced to handle outside the box to prevent Barcelona capitalising on his botched clearance, thus earning himself an early bath in the 53rd minute of a crucial Champions League tie that ended 4-0 to...