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FRENCH LIGUE 2

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
12 Tours 1 3 1 6
13 Lens 1 3 1 6
14 Auxerre 1 2 2 5
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Fernando Llorente debuts in Swansea's win; Everton beaten by Espanyol

Three second-half goals helped lift Liverpool over Spanish giants Barcelona 4-0 in the International Champions Cup.
Fernando Llorente made his debut for Swansea in a friendly on Saturday.

New signing Fernando Llorente was part of Swansea City's starting XI as the Welsh side recorded a 1-0 friendly win over Rennes at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday.

The 31-year-old Spanish striker, who joined the Swans from Sevilla on Friday, played for just under an hour and hit the post with one shot in a contest that was settled by a header from substitute Jay Fulton with 20 minutes to go.

Jefferson Montero had the chance to double the lead in an open game, but saw his late effort fly wide as the...

Arsenal draw with Lens thanks to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain goal

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The ESPN FC crew debate if Chelsea or Arsenal have the better chance of winning the Premier League this season.

LENS, France -- Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain marked his injury comeback with a delightful goal as a youthful Arsenal side drew 1-1 with French second-division club RC Lens in their first preseason game on Friday.

The Gunners trailed through Mathias Autret's first-half goal and had lacked sharpness up front until Oxlade-Chamberlain raced onto a pass from Serge Gnabry and calmly chipped the ball over goalkeeper Nicolas Douchez in the 82nd minute. It was the lone piece of individual quality on the night...

Atletico Madrid complete deal to buy stake in Lens

The Stade Felix Bollaert-Delelis was renovated for use in Euro 2016.

La Liga club Atletico Madrid have formalised the purchase of 34.6 percent of the shares of Ligue 2 club Lens.

It was announced in May that Atletico were to take a large share in the French club, which has been beset with financial issues in recent years, with a Luxembourg based company called Solferino headed by the Champions League finalists' long-time advisor Ignacio Aguillo having the remaining 65 percent in a deal overseen by the French bankruptcy courts.

Lens were relegated in 2011, and although...

Arsenal to play preseason game against Lens on July 22

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop assesses which of the top strikers in the world would best suit Arsenal.

Arsenal will kick off their preseason games by taking on French second-division side RC Lens on July 22.

The London club announced the fixture on Thursday, saying the Gunners will travel to to the Stade Bollaert-Delelis in northern France for an evening game against the Ligue 2 club.

Arsene Wenger's side are likely to still be without several of their main stars for that game as the Frenchman normally gives players at least three weeks off after international duty. That means the likes of Germany's...

Atletico Madrid to buy minority share in Ligue 2 side Lens

Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres said he wanted to write a new chapter in the history of the club in the Champions League final.

La Liga club Atletico Madrid have taken a share of bankrupt French second-division side Lens along with a group of investors -- some of whom are based in the U.K.

AFP report that Atletico will have a direct 35-percent stake in Lens, with a Luxembourg based company called Solferino -- headed by the Champions League finalists' long-time advisor Ignacio Aguillo -- having the remaining 65 percent.

Lens were relegated from Ligue 1 in 2011, and although the Sang et Or won promotion in 2014, they were not...