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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Netherlands shut out Spain while England, Italy draw in friendlies

Andros Townsend equalises late for England as they play out a 1-1 draw with Italy in Turin.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol explains that if Raheem Sterling can make all the money in the world if he continues to improve, following reports that he's rejected a new deal with Liverpool.

Netherlands scored twice in a four-minute span and shut out Spain 2-0 on Tuesday in a friendly in Amsterdam.

Stefan de Vrij's header opened the scoring in the 13th minute, and Davy Klaassen doubled the advantage in the 16th.

Klaassen found himself free to shoot in the middle of the 18-yard box, and though his initial shot was saved by David De Gea, he fired the rebound into the back of the net.

A wave of second-half Spain reinforcements included David Silva, Alvaro Morata and Andres Iniesta, but...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Japan win in Vahid Halilhodzic's debut; South Korea held to draw

Shinji Okazaki and Keisuke Honda scored second-half goals as Japan beat Tunisia 2-0 on Friday in their first game under new coach Vahid Halilhodzic.

Halilhodzic brought Honda and Okazaki into the game early in the second half, and the moves paid off.

Okazaki scored on a header off a Honda cross in the 78th minute, and Honda doubled the advantage five minutes later when he picked up a loose ball and fired past goalkeeper Moez Ben Cherifia from close range.

Halilhodzic, who guided Algeria to the last...

 By Rob Brooks

Tim Cahill's Aussie legacy is assured despite Shanghai Shenhua move

It was an eventful transfer deadline day for Tim Cahill as he announced he'd be leaving the New York Red Bulls, and now is headed to the Chinese Super League with Shanghai Shenhua.

Such is life for a successful footballer. No sooner had Tim Cahill lifted the Asian Cup trophy with his Australian teammates that focus then shifted to his future.

For the national team, the 35-year-old insists he still has much to offer, and no doubt coach Ange Postecoglou will give him every opportunity to demonstrate that after his performances against Asia's best.

For club, it was a different story.

Cahill parted ways with the New York Red Bulls as the club and player decided it was in everyone's...