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  1. Goodbye for now

    That's it for now. Thanks for joining us.

    A reminder that there are two big games in the Women's Champions League on Wednesday night with Chelsea hosting Montpellier and Manchester City travelling to Swedish side Linkopings in the quarter-final second legs.

    Both English teams lead 2-0 after the first leg and there will be commentary from the Chelsea game on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra.

  2. European clubs want a break for players

    Meanwhile, after a busy few days of international football, European clubs want mandatory rest periods inserted into the international calendar to give players more time to recover from matches.

    The head of the continent's association has also asked for "an overall reduction of games" in the calendar, which currently runs until 2024.

    European Club Association chairman Andrea Agnelli said it was important to "preserve and respect" the players.

  3. How are the World Cup challengers shaping up?

    Speaking of the World Cup, BBC Sport, in conjunction with BBC Radio 5 live's Euro Leagues Football Show,has looked at the seven favourites - excluding England - to see how they are shaping up for the summer in Russia.

    We already know Argentina are in a spot of bother and there were wins for Brazil and Spain on Tuesday night but what about Belgium and Portugal?

    Read more here.

  4. Pogba stars for France

    Russia 1-3 France

    You can watch the best of the action from St Petersburg on the BBC Sport website.

    Again, it is UK users only.

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  5. Pogba and Mbappe on target for France

    Russia 1-3 France

    In St Petersburg, Paul Pogba scored a 30-yard free-kick and Kylian Mbappe netted twice as France beat World Cup hosts Russia 3-1.

    The Manchester United midfielder was recalled for the bench and set up Mbappe's opener before curling home a long-range free-kick.

    Fedor Smolov pulled one back from close range before Mbappe added a late third through keeper Andrey Lunyov's legs.

    Paul Pogba
  6. Jesus turns down new City deal - gossip

    Jesus also makes his way into Wednesday's gossip column where the Mail claims the 20-year-old has turned down a £90,000-a-week offer from Manchester City and he will wait until the summer to discuss new terms.

    Gabriel Jesus
  7. Watch Jesus's header

    Brazil 1-0 Germany

    Again, if you are in the UK, we have a treat for you - you can watch Jesus's match-winning header.

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  8. Disappointment for Low

    Germany 0-1 Brazil

    Jesus put his side ahead with a powerful diving header late in the first half but missed another another chance with a header while Germany's Julian Draxler had a late shot tipped over as Brazil held on.

    It meant Low's side, the reigning world champions and the team top of the world rankings, lost for the first time since a 2-0 defeat by France in the semi-finals of Euro 2016.

    Joachim Low
  9. Jesus on target for Brazil

    Germany 0-1 Brazil

    It was a busy night of international friendlies at the World Cup gets ever closer.

    In Berlin, Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus scored the only goal of the game as Brazil beat Germany.

    It was a first loss in 23 matches for Joachim Low's side and was the first full meeting between the two nations since Germany's 7-1 win in the 2014 World Cup semi-final.

    Gabriel Jesus
  10. Worrying times for Spain

    Spain 6-1 Argentina

    That defeat will not give Argentina fans much encouragement ahead of the World Cup.

    Jorge Sampaoli's side only secured a place at the World Cup on the final day of South American qualifying and defensively looked weak against the Spanish while the absence of Messi did not help matters going forward.

    Argentina kick off their World Cup campaign against Iceland on Saturday, 16 June before games against Croatia and Nigeria.

    Jorge Sampaoli
  11. Super Isco

    Spain 6-1 Argentina

    In Madrid, Isco scored a hat-trick as Spain cruised to a 6-1 victory over Argentina.

    Barcelona star Lionel Messi again watched from the stands while Manchester City's Sergio Aguero joined him on the sidelines with a knee problem.

    Diego Costa, Thiago Alcantara and substitute Iago Aspas got Spain's other goals while Nicolas Otamendi was on target for Argentina.

    Manchester United keeper Sergio Romero had to be substituted after getting hurt while trying to stop Costa's goal with Chelsea goalkeeper Willy Caballero replacing him,

  12. Budapest action

    And a bonus if you are in the UK - match highlights from Budapest.

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  13. McLeish praises 'positive' Scotland'

    Hungary 0-1 Scotland

    McLeish said he was also very satisfied with Scotland's positive approach and he explains his more vocal style of coaching.

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  14. McLeish happy with young stars

    Hungary 0-1 Scotland

    Afterwards, McLeish praised young centre-back duo Scott McKenna and Jack Hendry for their part in the win.

    Aberdeen's McKenna, 21, started again after a debut against Costa Rica, while Celtic's Hendry, 22, made his debut.

    "Scott McKenna was amazing tonight. He had a really strong game," McLeish told BBC Scotland. "He has had two excellent games and was even better tonight.

    "I thought big Jack was very cool and calm and very confident."

    Alex McLeish
  15. Phillips on target for Scotland

    Hungary 0-1 Scotland

    Elsewhere, Scotland manager Alex McLeish got his first win of his second spell in charge of the international team when Matt Phillips scored the only goal in a 1-0 win over Hungary in Budapest.

    Captain Charlie Mulgrew saw his penalty saved but Phillips came to the rescue, the West Brom man tapping home Ryan Fraser's cross three minutes into the second half for his first international goal.

    McLeish's first game last Friday had resulted in a 1-0 defeat by Costa Rica at Hampden Park.

    Matt Phillips challenges for the ball
  16. Get Involved

    VAR controversy

    Chris Frosin: The ref needs a set question to ask the VAR just like rugby. Is there any reason I can’t award a penalty? Can you check for contact between x and y, please? And then, audio of the conversation!

    Joseph Davies: Tarkowski trod on his foot in the penalty area. Anywhere else on the pitch it's a foul. We would be livid if we didn't get a penalty for that at the World Cup.

  17. Choose your England starting XI

    So do you think you can do better than Southgate?

    You can try your hand at picking England's starting XI for Russia on the BBC Sport website.

    And you can share your selection with your friends.

  18. Southgate faces squad selection

    England 1-1 Italy

    England manager Gareth Southgate has now got some decisions to make over the make-up of his World Cup squad.

    Tuesday's game against Italy was the last chance for players to stake a claim for a place in the 23-man squad for Russia.

    So who did their cause no harm and who could face a battle to be on the plane?

    Chief football writer Phil McNulty gives his player verdict here.

    Alex Oxlade Chamberlain is given instructions by Gareth Southgate
  19. Pundit reaction

    England 1-1 Italy

    And not even the pundits were in agreement with the VAR decision...

    Alan Shearer on Twitter: "If you choose to ignore the 'clear and obvious' guidance, then you potentially have to review every decision and the game will descend into chaos."

    Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker on Twitter: "If VAR is going to turn us over, it's better to happen now. A clear and obviously deserved victory taken away. It's irrelevant whether they think it was a penalty or not. VAR is there for the obvious howlers. This was far from that."

  20. Get involved

    So do you agree with Southgate's verdict on VAR?

    Is there a better way of communicating the decisions to spectators?

    And what about the 'clear and obvious' guidance?

    Send us your views via #bbcfootball