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Farcical own goal hands Liverpool win at Ajax

Liverpool came through their first game without Virgil van Dijk unscathed as Nicolas Tagliafico's own goal gave them a 1-0 Champions League win at Ajax.

Fabinho's backline boost for Klopp

Virgil van Dijk's injury and the impact of his absence has dominated the discussion since he was clattered by Jordan Pickford in the Merseyside derby on Saturday. But Fabinho's performance against Ajax was a reminder Jurgen Klopp has an assured alternative to call upon.

Man City rally to beat Porto

Manchester City survived an early scare in their opening Champions League encounter, coming from behind to beat Porto 3-1 in Group C.

Champions League hits and misses

Is there hope for Liverpool without Virgil van Dijk, is Axel Tuanzebe undroppable and are Manchester City's attacking talent malfunctioning?

Fernandinho out for up to six weeks

Fernandinho is facing four to six weeks out of action after suffering a leg injury in Wednesday's Champions League victory over Porto.

Real shocked in Champions League opener

Real Madrid suffered a shock 3-2 defeat to Shakhtar Donetsk in their Champions League opener as a second-half rally proved in vain and a stoppage-time strike was disallowed.

Lukaku rescues Inter, Bayern cruise

Romelu Lukaku scored twice to rescue Inter Milan, while holders Bayern Munich cruised to victory in Wednesday's Champions League group openers.

Arteta: I 'failed' on Ozil, 'conscience calm' over omission

Mikel Arteta is completely comfortable with his decision to leave Mesut Ozil out of Arsenal's Premier League and Europa League squads for this season, but admitted feeling a sense of failure at not getting the best from the midfielder.

European Premier League: What we know

Leaked plans for a lucrative European Premier League have sent the footballing world into frenzy and left the game on the precipice of generational change.

Woodward: Man Utd will lead on league structure talks

Manchester United are committed to playing a leading role in discussions around the structure of English football and will ensure that the wider football pyramid continues to thrive, says executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.

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