Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Hooligan's Wake Up: Dier extended at Spurs, Terry out for Friday night

Yesterday's Scores
Premier League
Everton 3-0 Sunderland
(Lukaku 60', 68', 71')

Holy Romelu Lukaku! The Belgian international went on an 11 minute killing spree to pick up a hat trick to help Everton to a big 3-0 win. Liverpool's other club is off to a quite promising start to their season, something they have missed in their last couple campaigns. They currently sit in third in ten points, two back of Manchester City on top.

Serie A
Empoli 2-1 Crotone
(Bellusci 31', Costa 56')-(Samprisi 45+2')

Tottenham are working to hang onto their young, English core. They have signed Eric Dier to a fresh five year contract and are working on an extension for Danny Rose as well. Both have been key defensive cogs in Spurs' success in the past couple years.

John Terry will miss ten days of training and matches thanks to a strain in his foot. The Chelsea captain suffered the injury during Sunday's 2-2 draw at Swansea, after which e left the stadium on crutches. David Luiz could make his Chelsea return debut in his stead for Friday night's match against Liverpool.

Today's Matches
UEFA Champions League
FC Basel v. Ludogorets Razgrad- 2:45pm- ESPN3
Paris-Saint Germain v. Arsenal- 2:45pm- FS2
Benfica v. Besiktas- 2:45pm- ESPN3
Dynamo Kiev v. Napoli- 2:45pm- ESPN3
Barcelona v. Celtic- 2:45pm- FS1
Manchester City v. Borussia Monchengladbach- 2:45pm- ESPN3
Bayern Munich v. Rostov- 2:45pm- ESPN2
PSV Eindhoven v. Atletico Madrid- 2:45pm- ESPN3

CONCACAF Champions League
Sporting Kansas City v. Vancouver Whitecaps- 8pm
Police United v. Pachuca- 8pm- Univision Deportes
Real Esteli v. Suchitepequez- 10pm

U.S. Open Cup- Final
FC Dallas v. New England Revolution- 10pm- ESPN2

Arizona United v. Portland Timbers 2- 10:30pm- YouTube

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