The hosts made it two wins from two under new coach Tite thanks to the Barcelona star, who struck after Miranda's early header had been cancelled out by a Marquinhos own goal.

The Spaniards continued their perfect start under new boss Julen Lopetegui, thrashing Rene Pauritsch's side at Estadio Reinode Leon.Spain made a fantastic start to their 2018 World Cup qualification campaign as Diego Costa, Alvaro Morata and David Silva all scored twice in a 8-0 hammering of Liechtenstein.

The Barcelona wizard wasted no time in announcing his return to international football after ending his short-lived retirement, breaking the Celeste open in the first half.

The Portugal captain claimed Antoine Griezmann was a more worthy winner of UEFA's Best Player in Europe prize but after a stellar season it was never in doubt.

The former Blues midfielder, who made just six Premier League appearances, has permanently left the club after loan spells with the likes of Sevilla and Fiorentina.  

The 34-year-old, who has scored three goals in two Premier League appearances for the Red Devils, believes his new club have what it takes to land their first title since 2012-13.In-form Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is confident the club can win the Premier League title this season.

The Barcelona star brought an end to his international retirement as he announced his comeback and will link up with new coach Edgardo Bauza for upcoming World Cup qualifiers.

The 36-year-old calls time on a 19-year career which featured 710 appearances for Liverpool, 114 for England and eight major trophies, including a Champions League win.

The United States international stole the headlines on home soil as he inspired Carlo Ancelotti's men to an impressive victory over the Serie A side.

The Belgium international's two goals could not rescue the result for Antonio Conte's men, who were three goals down at half-time in their ICC clash.

The Portuguese has spoken of his thirst to win, now talk must become action after spending a huge amount of the club's money in this summer's market on marquee addition.

Aurelio De Laurentiis has told Juve director Beppe Marotta that he will have to meet the striker's release clause if the Serie A champions want to sign him this summer.

Italian giants Roma have had their defence ravaged by injuries and are understandably hesitant to let the in-demand Greek international leave the club.

The Argentina star had been slated to play alongside several ex-Blaugrana team-mates in a charity match, but his club have confirmed that he is not in the country.

The Bavarian side's new coach says he cannot imagine the Portuguese attacker ever leaving Real Madrid, and feels the same way about Thomas Muller at Bayern.