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New York Red Bulls clinch playoffs spot; Toronto, Union share points

Montreal were unable to break down the high-flying Red Bulls, falling 1-0 at home, but still remain in the race for the playoffs.

Daniel Royer scored his first MLS goal in the 60th minute as the New York Red Bulls clinched a playoff berth for the seventh straight year with a 1-0 victory over the Montreal Impact on Saturday night.

Royer headed down Chris Duvall's cross, bouncing it into the right corner. The Austrian international joined New York on Aug. 3.

Bradley Wright-Phillips' six-game scoring streak came to an end, but the Red Bulls took a share of the top spot in the Eastern Conference, tied at 48 points with Toronto...

 By PA Sport

Watford forward Troy Deeney deserves England call - Walter Mazzarri

Watford head coach Walter Mazzarri confirmed there were no hard feelings after Watford's clash with Man Utd.

Watford captain Troy Deeney should be handed a call-up to the England squad, his manager Walter Mazzarri has claimed.

With Tottenham striker Harry Kane facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines after he sustained an ankle injury earlier this month, England manager Sam Allardyce will be on the lookout for a replacement ahead of the World Cup qualification double-header against Malta and Slovenia in October.

Deeney, who courted the interest of Premier League champions Leicester in the summer before...

 By PA Sport

Mark Noble wants to help issues surrounding London Stadium move

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic spoke out about the quality of his club's play following their 4-2 loss to West Brom.

Mark Noble has attempted to heal the growing rift between West Ham's fans and the club over the London Stadium move.

The Hammers' opening matches at their new home have been played to a backdrop of ugly scenes in the stands, with supporters fighting amongst themselves during the 4-2 defeat by Watford a fortnight ago.

The problems stem from fans who want to sit down being seated behind sections who want to stand, and the club have moved quickly to relocate more than 200 supporters while working to...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Juan Martin Lucero hat trick vs. T-Team marks JDT celebrations in MSL

Malaysian champions JDT lift 2016 MSL trophy
JDT savoured their 2016 MSL success after an easy victory over T-Team at Larkin Stadium.

Juan Martin Lucero netted a hat trick as Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) basked in their Malaysia Super League (MSL) trophy celebrations with a 5-1 demolition of T-Team on Saturday night.

The Southern Tigers scored four times in an entertaining first half at Larkin Stadium as they took their goal tally for the season to 54 in 21 games.

The MSL relegation dogfight is also destined for the wire after Pahang squeaked out of the danger zone with a 1-0 win over fellow strugglers Penang, courtesy of a Matthew...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Juventus maintain Serie A lead with defeat of Palermo; Napoli back on track

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says keeping a clean sheet in their 1-0 win over Palermo was paramount for his side.

Juventus needed an unfortunate Edoardo Goldaniga own goal to squeeze past Palermo 1-0 and preserve their Serie A lead.

The reigning champions replaced Napoli as the early season leaders with a 4-0 midweek thrashing of Cagliari but found Palermo goalkeeper Josip Posavec a largely immovable object at La Favorita.

Centre-back Goldaniga tried to do the under-siege stopper a favour in the 49th minute, yet Dani Alves' attempt ending up in the back of the net as a result of his intervention.

Massimiliano...

Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata feels hard done by draw at Las Palmas

Real Madrid looked to have the three points in the bag, until a late equalizer sent Las Palmas into a frenzy, and split the points.

Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata admitted Saturday's 2-2 draw at Las Palmas was a blow to his team's La Liga title chances, but added there was no need to make a drama out of one result.

A very open first half saw Madrid youngster Marco Asensio strike first, only for Las Palmas midfielder Tana to soon equalise. Madrid substitute Karim Benzema appeared to have won the three points for his side when he scored with 20 minutes remaining, and Cristiano Ronaldo was then withdrawn thinking ahead to Tuesday's...