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Man United's Antonio Valencia out at least three months after foot surgery

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Antonio Valencia faces at least three more months on the sideline after foot surgery.

Antonio Valencia will be out for at least three months with a foot injury, Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has revealed.

Valencia suffered the injury to his left foot in the 0-0 draw against Manchester City last month.

Valencia underwent surgery last week and Van Gaal confirmed the Ecuadorian would not be back until the end of February at the earliest.

The United manager told MUTV: "Valencia is longer term and very long.

"It is not within three months or something. It is a very heavy injury."


Mexico beats Ecuador to advance to U17 World Cup semifinals

Mexico previously won the U17 World Cup in 2005 and 2011.

Mexico dispatched Ecuador 2-0 to advance to the Under-17 World Cup semifinals in Chile on Monday.

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Claudio Zamudio and Bryan Salazar scored the goals for the Mexicans, who set up an enticing final four tie in Concepcion against rampant Nigeria, which beat Brazil 3-0 on Sunday.

Ecuador was making their first U17 quarterfinal appearance since 1995.

El Tri has defeated Germany and Argentina in the group stage and hosts Chile in the round of 16, and coach Mario Arteaga's side is now considered one of...

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Neymar scores two as Brazil roll past U.S., Mexico draw with Argentina

Neymar scored two goals as Brazil dominated possession against the United States in a 4-1 friendly win at Gillette Stadium.
USMNT midfielder Michael Bradley speaks after the international friendly against Brazil in which they lost by a score of 4-1.

Neymar scored twice as a substitute as Brazil controlled the United States in a 4-1 win in a friendly on Tuesday in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

Brazil opened the scoring in the ninth minute when Willian ran past Alejandro Bedoya to the touchline. His high cross came off the inside of the far post before falling right into the path of Hulk, who fired into the back of the net.

Neymar made an immediate impact for Brazil when he came on at half-time, drawing a foul from Geoff Cameron in the box and slamming...