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VfB Stuttgart
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Cerro Porteño
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Liverpool U23 Brooks Lennon happy to prove his worth in Everton win

Brooks Lennon
Brooks Lennon (centre) is hoping to make an impact at Liverpool.

BIRKENHEAD, England -- Liverpool youngster Brooks Lennon believes he fully grasped his opportunity to prove his worth by scoring in the Under-23's 2-0 victory over Everton on Sunday.

The U.S. forward opened the scoring in the mini-Merseyside derby with a well-taken header shortly after half-time before captain Harry Wilson secured the win for Liverpool's second string in the 77th minute.

Manager Michael Beale wanted Lennon to replicate the performances of striker Danny Ings, who has been firing...

Idrissa Gueye a bright spot in Everton's dismal defeat at Burnley

Burnley's Scott Arfield scored in the 90th minute to earn his side three points against Everton.
Idrissa Gueye was a leader in midfield but it wasn't enough as Everton beat themselves at Burnley on Saturday.

Everton never cease to amaze with their ability to turn a position of control into an agonising setback. This last gasp 2-1 defeat at Burnley was a familiar story draped in a new setting. From the messy opening goal to the belated recovery and unrewarded dominance preceding the inevitable reality check, there was a painful predictability to this late loss. Ronald Koeman's team did not deserve to lose but had only themselves to blame for doing so.

That Burnley match-winner Scott Arfield should...

 By PA Sport

Sean Dyche happy as Burnley get back to basics in beating Everton

Sean Dyche is fully aware Burnley must 'play their game' if they are to defeat some of the Prem's best.

Sean Dyche was pleased to discuss a Burnley he is more familiar with after Scott Arfield's late goal maintained their impressive home form against Everton.

A week after a frustrating display at Southampton the Clarets moved on to 10 points, all of which have been attained at Turf Moor, courtesy of a 2-1 success which was earned by Arfield's 90th-minute half volley following an effort from Johann Berg Gudmundsson that struck the crossbar.

Sam Vokes had earlier given the hosts the lead from a Maarten...