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United States 'fun to watch' vs. Peru in comeback win - Jurgen 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.

United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann said there were plenty of positive takeaways in a 2-1 win for his side against Peru, adding "it was fun to watch" the team regroup after half-time and mount a comeback.

The Americans looked strong in the opening minutes, but Peru began to take control as the game approached the 20-minute mark, culminating with a Daniel Chavez goal to give the visitors a 1-0 lead at the half.

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However, Klinsmann said the team didn't panic and were supportive of one another in the...

Matteo Darmian: Manchester United just the beginning for me

Matteo Darmian has impressed since arriving at the club.

Matteo Darmian has insisted he will not become complacent after joining Manchester United and declared that his transfer is just the start for him.

Darmian, 25, completed a £12.7 million move from Torino in July and has begun all of United's first six games of the season.

The Italy international right-back believes he has slotted straight in at Old Trafford but said he is looking to kick on after joining United.

"The important thing for me is that even though I'm a foreigner, I settled in...

Lionel Messi played for Texas crowd - Argentina's Gerardo Martino

Barcelona's Adriano believs spoke to the media ahead of Barca's match with Malaga, and was full of praise for Dani Alves, Lionel Messi and Real Madrid.

Argentina coach Gerardo Martino admitted he had little choice but to unleash Lionel Messi in the second half of his side's rout of Bolivia in Houston.

The Albiceleste led 4-0, through two goals apiece from Ezequiel Lavezzi and the outstanding Sergio Aguero, even before Messi entered the fray in the 65th minute. The Barcelona star quickly added two more before debutant Angel Correa completed a 7-0 win.

Messi's playing time was carefully restricted by Martino due to concerns over the four-time Ballon...

Australian FA hopeful over Tajikistan game after violence in Dushanbe

Australia beat Bangladesh earlier this week.

SYDNEY -- Football Federation Australia said on Saturday it is hopeful that Tuesday's World Cup qualifier against Tajikistan in the capital Dushanbe will go ahead despite unrest in the city over the past several days.

Armed groups led by a disaffected deputy defence minister mounted attacks on Friday in and near Dushanbe that left at least 17 dead, authorities said. It is not yet clear what lay behind the attacks.

An FFA spokesman said Saturday that an advance party from the FFA had been in Dushanbe...

Chelsea are 'warehousing' loan players - PFA chief Gordon Taylor

ESPN FC's Ian Darke has a lot of criticism for the Chelsea side we've seen this season, but says they're too good of a team to continue like this.

Chelsea's use of the loan market has been criticised by Professional Footballers' Association chief Gordon Taylor as the Premier League champions have sent 33 players out.

Jose Mourinho's side have let the likes of Juan Cuadrado (at Juventus), Marco van Ginkel (Stoke City) and Victor Moses (West Ham) depart this window, while have also used feeder Eredivisie club Vitesse to move players on to gain more experience.

However, Taylor does not agree with that approach.

"It's a bit of a worry...

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Sergio Aguero superb as Argentina beat Bolivia 7-0; Valbuena lifts France

Sergio Aguero gave a show as Argentina breezed by Bolivia on Friday night.

A virtuoso performance from Sergio Aguero led Argentina to a 7-0 friendly win over Bolivia in Houston.

The Manchester City forward is recognised as one of the world's premier goalscorers and a pair of deft finishes were in keeping with that reputation.

But unusually, it was his creativity that stood out with wonderful passes for both of strike partner Ezequiel Lavezzi's first-half goals as Gerardo Martino's side led 3-0 at the break.

Aguero scored his second and substitute Lionel Messi also got...