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Universitario de Sucre
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Deportivo Capiatá
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Deportivo Municipal Lima
Independiente del Valle
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Perú U20
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Argentina U20
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 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus go all-out attack and prosper with comfortable win vs. Lazio

Gonzalo Higuain helped an attack-minded Juventus side to an easy win over Lazio.

To mark his 300th Serie A match as coach, Massimiliano Allegri fielded a fearlessly attacking side to defeat Lazio 2-0 at home, their 27th consecutive home league win.

Unveiling a 4-2-3-1 formation, Allegri fielded a marvellous, dynamic side that started the match with a point to prove. Pressing high up the pitch and playing at a high tempo, Juventus needed just five minutes to open the scoring against a dumbfounded Lazio side. The Aquile have struggled to impose themselves in matches against...

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Gabriel Paletta, Juraj Kucka play well as AC Milan slip against Napoli

Napoli scored twice in the first 10 minutes to beat Milan at the San Siro.
Ex-Roma, Juventus and AC Milan star Emerson believes that Vincenzo Montella will lead AC Milan back to glory.

AC Milan fell to a 2-1 defeat to Napoli at the San Siro on Saturday night, with a poor start to the game costing them dearly.

Goals from Lorenzo Insigne and Jose Callejon in the opening 10 minutes put the visitors in a commanding position, and despite a Juraj Kucka strike and a spirited fight back from the Rossoneri, they were unable to take anything from the game.


Milan made a really slow start to the game, but as they settled they played some excellent football and caused Napoli countless...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus are still startlingly good, but need time to recover balance

Ahead of his 300th game as a Serie A head coach, Massimiliano Allegri has laughed off all criticism.
Simeone Inzaghi says his Lazio side is highly focused to take down Juventus, the team he has admired the most this season.

Juventus unveiled their new logo this week in a bid to continue their pioneering ways. Embracing the evolution of football, the Italian club rejected the symbols of Turin and Italy, focusing instead on clean lines that represent a developing brand.

Hysteria sometimes accompanies change, and many fans felt saddened by the decision to opt for a logo that fails to adequately represent the history of such a celebrated club, especially in a modern world dominated by purchased prestige. Juve fans feel...

Antonio Candreva, Ivan Perisic can take Inter higher with more efficiency

Gab Marcotti assesses Inter Milan's win over Chievo and believes Roberto Gagliardini played like 'a young Steven Gerrard'.

This Sunday's trip to Palermo should not, on paper, present a problem. As much as Inter fans should never take any game for granted, the Rosanero were derided in the fall as "the worst team in Europe," an award for which they're still strong contenders.

While a seventh straight win and another strong performance from midfielder Roberto Gagliardini would be just the ticket for the Nerazzurri, the glut of weak opposition coming up in the next few weeks should also be an opportunity to iron out some...

 By Terry Daley

Free-scoring Roma must maintain momentum vs. Cagliari

The FC crew strongly disagree with some of Shaka Hislop's decisions in this week's power rankings.

After comprehensively doing away with their travel sickness, Roma return to home turf in Serie A against Cagliari on Sunday knowing that they've navigated a terrifically tricky six-match run, and come away from those fixtures in a better position than when they started. Crucially, they're out the other sidelooking more like a team than at any point since Luciano Spalletti's return to the Eternal City just over a year ago.

Heading into December's Rome derby, Roma were four points behind Serie A leaders...

 By Chris Wright

Big European clubs release new Snapchat lenses

If you happen to be bored of turning yourself into a panting dog or swapping faces with a child then fear not, for Snapchat are about to launch a new line of football-related filters.

As of midnight (GMT) on Friday, Snapchat are rolling out a set of 13 bespoke lenses that will feature the crests and colours of the top club sides in England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.

The new lenses will allow fans to apply virtual club-themed face paint and also play a mini game in which they can head a football...