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Jozy Altidore takes the headlines, but Gyasi Zardes steals the show for U.S.

The United States men's national team came back after Peru scored and early goal to win their home friendly by a score of 2-1 thanks to two goals by Jozy Altidore.
Gyasi Zardes impressed as Jozy Altidore netted twice.

WASHINGTON -- Jozy Altidore stole the headlines by scoring both U.S. goals in the 2-1 win against Peru on Friday night -- but Gyasi Zardes stole the show.

The L.A. Galaxy youngster, who had never been capped before the year began, made his 11th start of 2015 for the national team at RFK Stadium. Although he didn't get on the scoresheet he was probably the United States' most effective player, with almost every attack going through him on the left wing.

It was the latest evidence of the progress...

 By Jim Daly

Glenn Murray will be missed at Crystal Palace after Bournemouth move

Glenn Murray will be missed by Palace fans.

It's widely acknowledged that Palace had a good summer transfer window. Very good in fact. So good that a lot of pundits are proclaiming the Eagles to have been the third most astute club in when it came to signing players, behind only Manchester City and Swansea.

Some so-called experts are even predicting that Alan Pardew's men will now finish as high as fifth thanks to their wise summer transactions! Let's just all calm down a little, folks. The excitement of deadline day has clearly unsettled...

New Malaysia boss Ong Kim Swee: Five things to know

Ong Kim Swee meets Arsene Wenger in 2009.

Ong Kim Swee has been appointed as Malaysia national team boss after the resignation of Dollah Salleh in the wake of Thursday's night's 10-0 defeat to United Arab Emirates in an AFC World Cup qualifier.

Here are five things to know about the new man:

- Born in Malacca, his father was a technician for the local electricity board and an early career choice was to become a chef in the family restaurant.

- The midfielder retired from playing at the age of 28 after making his international bow for...

Mexico coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti must learn lessons from T&T draw

Mexico came back from two goals down to draw Trinidad & Tobago 3-3 in an enthralling match.

Mexico endured a tougher-than-expected test against Trinidad & Tobago, surviving to pull off a 3-3 draw on Friday thanks in part to a stunning late goal from Hector Herrera that thrilled El Tri fans in the stands, even if they were left unsatisfied by the overall result.

Most expected Mexico to be more dominant, driven onward by the discipline of new interim coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti, but also by the prize that dangles tantalisingly ahead of these preparation matches -- a playoff opportunity...

 By Chris Wright

Burnley's cruciate ligament curse lifted by Kev the Witch

Kevin Long is stretchered off before the curse was lifted.

After seeing Sam Vokes, Kevin Long, Dean Marney, Ashley Barnes and Lucas Jutkiewicz all injure their respective cruciate ligaments in the last 18 months, Burnley have taken desperate measures to help rid the club of its curse.

The Clarets have called in a chap by the name of Kevin Carlyon -- known professionally as "Kev the Witch" -- who just so happens to be the high priest of British White Witches, or so he claims.

After examining the circumstances, Kev the Witch sussed that the root of Burnley's...

Gyasi Zardes benefitting from Bruce Arena's coaching in L.A. - Klinsmann

The United States men's national team came back after Peru scored and early goal to win their home friendly by a score of 2-1 thanks to two goals by Jozy Altidore.
Gyasi Zardes is impressing for Galaxy and his national team.

United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann claims that Gyasi Zardes has improved thanks to the coaching of Bruce Arena at L.A. Galaxy.

Zardes, 24, signed for the Galaxy in December 2012 and got his first call up to the U.S. national team in January 2015 after a stellar season in which he scored 19 goals across all competitions.

The forward played all 90 minutes, as Klinsmann's side beat Peru 2-1 on Friday and the national team coach hailed his young player's development over the past year.

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