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By Matt Davis and Michael Emons

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  1. Fifa wrong over poppy stance - Wenger

    Football

    Fifa is wrong to ban poppies on shirts for the World Cup qualifier between England and Scotland on Remembrance Day, says Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.

    WATCH MORE: Fifa have got it wrong, says former FA chief executive Palios.

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    Video caption: Fifa wrong to get involved on poppies - Wenger
  2. Five star Aduriz

    Europa League

    Athletic Bilbao striker Aritz Aduriz became the first player to score five goals in a Europa League game as the Spaniards thrashed Genk 5-3.

    The 35-year-old Spaniard scored a hat-trick of penalties and is the first Spaniard to score five goals in a single European game since 1971.

    Fabrizio Ravanelli was the last player to score five goals in a second-tier European game - hitting that mark for Juventus in a Uefa Cup match against CSKA Sofia in 1994.

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  3. Murray marches on

    Tennis

    andy murray

    Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic continue to battle over the world number one ranking after both won in the third round of the Paris Masters.

    Murray can overtake the 12-time Grand Slam champion if Djokovic fails to reach the final.

    The Scot reached the last eight by winning a low-quality match with Lucas Pouille in straight sets, 6-3 6-0.

    Serb Djokovic came from a set down against Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov before winning 4-6 6-2 6-3.

    Both are in quarter-final action today, Djokovic will meet Canadian fourth seed Milos Raonic, while Murray faces seventh seed Tomas Berdych of the Czech Republic.

  4. South Africa fight back

    Cricket

    The first test between Australia and South Africa is evenly poised on day two at the Waca in Perth.

    Vernon Philander has taken four wickets as Australia were bowled out for 244. David Warner top scored with 97 as Australia took a first innings lead of two runs.

    South Africa have started their second innings and are 35-0.

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  5. 'We were playing a summer friendly'

    Europa League

    Jose Mourinho

    Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho questioned his players attitude in their 2-1 Europa League loss to Fenerbahce.

    "A team that concedes after two minutes is a team that is not ready, not mentally prepared, not focused, not concentrated," said Mourinho.  

    "Our problems started in our global attitude. They were playing the Champions League final, we were playing a summer friendly."

    At least Mourinho was happy to see Wayne Rooney back on the scoresheet, as the England captain scored just his second goal in 17 games.

    But there was also the sight of Paul Pogba hobbling off with a leg injury.

  6. A night to forget

    Europa League

    Manchester United

    It was a case of deja vu for Manchester United as they enjoyed another torrid night in Europe.

    Undone by two stunning goals, including an overhead kick after 65 seconds, Jose Mourinho's side are now in danger of not qualifying from their Europa League group.

    United have now won just two of their last seven games in all competitions.  

  7. Saints beat Inter

    Europa League

    Southampton

    Southampton's win at St Mary's is all the more impressive given where both teams were six years ago, in the 2009-10 season.

    Southampton won the Johnstone's Paint Trophy. And, after entering administration the previous year, they went on to finish seventh in League One.

    Inter were being managed by Jose Mourinho, had a star-studded squad led by Javier Zanetti and Samuel Eto'o, and went on to win an unprecedented Champions League, Serie A and Coppa Italia treble.  

  8. Saints in heaven

    Europa League

    Southampton

    Let's not forget there was another Premier League side in action in the Europa League and they pulled off a famous victory.

    Southampton, who six years ago were in League One, beat Italian giants Inter Milan.

    Mauro Icardi put the Serie A side in front before Virgil van Dijk equalised, then they got the winner through a Yuto Nagatomo own goal.

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    The Sun

    Sun

    I make that three papers now with the 'Chokers' headline.

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    The Daily Star

    Daily Star

    Aside from Zlatan and Manchester United's demise on the back of the Star, the paper also reports that Burnley defender Michael Keane could be in line for his first England call-up.

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    Daily Mirror

    Mirror

    More of the same on the Mirror, but they also have the momentous news that Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure wants to make peace with manager Pep Guardiola.

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    Metro

    Metro

    A puntastic headline from the Metro.

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    The Daily Mail

    Daily Mail

    Not sure Jose Mourinho will have endeared himself to his players after saying they treated their Europa League tie like a "summer friendly".

    The papers have mostly gone with the picture of Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who appears to grab Fenerbahce's Simon Kjær by the throat.

  14. Good morning

    It's a black Friday for Jose Mourinho.

    Jose Mourinho

    The Manchester United boss was less than impressed after a 2-1 defeat to Fenerbahce on Thursday night.

    Southampton fans will wake up a little bit happier after they earned a famous win over Inter Milan.

    We will bring you reaction from both games, plus all the day's Premier League news conferences ahead of the weekend's matches, including the north London derby and the latest sports news.

    Let's get straight into it with the papers, Manchester United fans looks away now...