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(Reuters) - Barcelona pride themselves on judging their team on style as well as results but coach Ronald Koeman is struggling to deliver on either front, with his position under renewed scrutiny following Monday's 1-1 https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-soccer-spain-fcb-gcf-report/soccer-barca-scrape-late-draw-with-granada-as-fans-stay-away-idUKKBN2GG1PR home draw with Granada.
(Reuters) - Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard is fighting for his spot in the team and the England international knows how to bounce back from setbacks, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said.
LONDON (Reuters) - Chelsea and Manchester United maintained their unbeaten starts to the Premier League season on Sunday as English football mourned the passing of goalscoring great Jimmy Greaves.
VERONA, Italy (Reuters) -Jose Mourinho suffered his first defeat since returning to coach in Italy as his AS Roma side were beaten 3-2 by Hellas Verona in a thrilling Serie A encounter on Sunday.
LONDON (Reuters) -Chelsea's dominant second-half performance was rewarded with goals for Thiago Silva, N'Golo Kante and Antonio Rudiger in a comfortable 3-0 victory at London rivals Tottenham Hotspur that sent them joint top of the Premier League on Sunday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Jesse Lingard scored a stunning late goal and David de Gea saved a stoppage-time penalty as Manchester United beat West Ham United 2-1 in a dramatic Premier League match on Sunday.
LENS, France (Reuters) -A second-half goal from Przemyslaw Frankowski earned RC Lens their first victory over Lille in 15 years as they moved up to provisional second place in Ligue 1 with a 1-0 win after a derby marred by crowd trouble on Saturday.
NORWICH (Reuters) - Watford beat Norwich City 3-1 away on Saturday to extend the Canaries' winless run to five Premier League matches this season, with Ismaila Sarr's second-half brace ensuring the visitors took away all three points.
MUNICH, Germany (Reuters) -Champions Bayern Munich fired four first-half goals past promoted VfL Bochum on their way to thrashing the visitors 7-0, with Joshua Kimmich scoring twice and Robert Lewandowski again on target as they took top spot in the Bundesliga on Saturday.