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Live Reporting

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  1. Post update

    That is all from us. We will be back later to bring you news of the England squad for the forthcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers against Montenegro and Kosovo.

    Join us then.

  2. Pregnant Morgan targets Olympics

    Now this would be pretty incredible if she manages it.

    United States striker Alex Morgan says she wants to play at the Olympics - three months after she is due to give birth!

    The 30-year-old finished joint-top scorer at the 2019 Women's World Cup and is viewed as one of the world's best female players.

    Her first child is due in April 2020, three months before USA are scheduled to play at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

    "It's my goal to play there," Morgan said.

  3. Transfer news from Denno

    Ian Dennis

    Radio 5 live senior football reporter

    Newcastle United and West Ham are both interested in the Genk striker Mbwana Samatta.

    The 26 year old, who scored against Liverpool in midweek, has a release clause reported to be around £10m.

    Samatta was the top scorer in the Belgian league last season with 25 goals as Genk were crowned champions.

  4. Display of the Night: the winner

    We have a winner.

    We asked if Rodrygo's hat-trick feat was better than Son Heung-min's two-goal display?

    525 thumbs ups, but 548 thumbs downs!!

    So your winner of the inaugural Display of the Night award is....Son Heung-min!!

  5. Sean Cox: Injured fan to make emotional return to Anfield

    Liverpool fan Sean Cox is to return to Anfield for the first time since sustaining serious injuries in an attack outside the ground in 2018.

    Cox and his family will be guests of the club at Sunday's Premier League match against Manchester City.

    The 54-year-old was attacked by Roma supporters before the clubs' Champions League semi-final first-leg meeting in April 2018.

    The Dunboyne native suffered severe brain injuries in the assault.

    You can read more of this story by clicking here.

  6. Champions League permutations: Who is through and who can still progress?

    Three spots taken, 13 still on offer.

    Bayern Munich, Juventus and Paris St-Germain became the first teams to qualify for this season's Champions League knockout stages after the conclusion of matchday four.

    With two rounds of group fixtures still to play, which teams can make it through and who is heading out?

    You can permutate yourselves by clicking on this link

  7. 'It's not time to destabilise Mbappe'

    Paris St-Germain sporting director Leonardo has criticised comments by Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane about PSG striker Kylian Mbappe.

    Zidane said it was the 20-year-old France international Mbappe's "dream to play for Real Madrid".

    "Honestly, it's a bit irritating, it's annoying," said Leonardo. "It's not the first time this has happened.

    "Kylian is a very important player for us. Now is not the time to destabilise him."

    PSG play Real Madrid in their next Champions League group match on 26 November.

    Read more here.

    Kylian Mbappe
  8. 'Display of the Night': the final

    So it's Rodrygo v Son Heung-min in this titanic of titanic finals.

    So the question is...

    Was Rodrygo's hat-trick feat better than Son Heung-min's two-goal display?

    Thumbs up for 'yes' and thumbs down for 'no'

    You have until 09:45 Greenwich Mean Time.

  9. Ederson concern for Reds clash (no, Walker is not being considered)

    Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson is an injury doubt to face title rivals Liverpool after he was withdrawn at half-time in their draw with Atalanta on Wednesday.

    City travel to Premier League leaders Liverpool on Sunday (16:30 GMT).

    "It's a muscular problem," Guardiola said. "It was a risk so we took him off as he was feeling it late in the first half."

    Asked whether he will be fit for Sunday, Guardiola said: "I don't know".

  10. 'Display of the Night' semi-final winners

    So below, you should be able to make out the results from the 08:35 GMT screenshot (when the contests ended).

    Rodrygo's hat-trick display narrowly defeated Kyle Walker's...10-minute display in goal.

    And Son Heung-min's two-goal effort against Red Star, after a tough week for the South Korean, was infinite times more impressive than Robert Lewandowski's scoring feat.

    The final to come.

  11. Defiant Emery watches Arsenal lose 100% record

    "Arsenal" and "unrest" are two familiar bedfellows.

    Over the past few weeks we've read speculative reports about tensions between the players and coach Unai Emery, followed by rumours that Jose Mourinho has been linked with the Gunners' job.

    Asked about the Mourinho rumours after Wednesday's 1-1 draw against Vitoria Guimaraes, the Spaniard said: "I am the coach."

    There was probably a stronger sentiment when he uttered it.

    Anyway, the draw ended Arsenal's 100% record in the competition.

    Unai Emery
  12. Post update

    08:35 GMT is the cut-off point for the 'Display of the Night' battle.

  13. 'Display of the Night': semi-final two

    Was Rodrygo's hat-trick performance for Real Madrid better than Kyle Walker's goalkeeping cameo for Manchester City?

    Thumbs up for 'yes' and thumbs down for 'no'.

  14. 'Display of the Night': semi-final one

    Was Son Heung-min's two goal display better than Robert Lewandowski's significant goal against Olympiakos, as the Pole continued his incredible scoring run?

    Thumbs up for 'yes' and thumbs down for 'no'.

  15. 'Display of the Night' semi-finals: you decide

    Excited? You should be. This highly random vote is by no means an official BBC vote, but something like the General Election.

    So we've picked four of the best individual displays from Wednesday and split them into two semi-finals. The winners will face each other in the final (yeah, duh!) for the right to be crowned 'Display of the Night'.

    We will utilise our non-unique thumbs up and thumbs down system.


  16. Lewan-wow-ski!

    Bayern Munich 2-0 Olympiakos

    Elsewhere in Europe, Robert Lewandowski's incredible scoring run continued as Bayern Munich booked their place in the last 16 of the Champions League by beating Olympiakos.

    Lewandowski has scored in all 14 of Bayern's European and Bundesliga games this season, with a tally of 20 across both competitions.

    He made it 1-0 from Kingsley Coman's cross, before substitute Ivan Perisic scored with his first touch late on.

    The result saw Bayern bounce back from their 5-1 loss at Eintracht Frankfurt.

    Read more here.