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Sevilla 1-2 Barcelona: Ousmane Dembele stunner wins Spanish Super Cup for Barca


สมัคร แทง บอล ออนไลน์ Ousmane Dembele's stunning strike won the Spanish Super Cup for Barcelona sealing a 2-1 win over Sevilla. There had looked to be an upset on the cards once Pablo Sarabia curled his shot beyond Marc-Andre ter Stegen with nine minutes on the clock, with the goal eventually awarded once VAR had overruled an initial offside decision against the midfielder.

Barcelona pushed but only levelled a minute before the break, when Gerard Pique turned in the rebound after Lionel Messi's free-kick hit a post.Both sides looked capable of finding a winner in the second half, but Dembele's thumping drive proved the winner when it cannoned off the bar with 12 minutes remaining - even when Aleix Vidal was brought down by Ter Stegen in the final seconds of normal time, as Wissam Ben Yedder's weak penalty was kept out with ease.

สมัคร แทง บอล ออนไลน์ Sevilla were set up to play on the break from the off and that was exactly how their opener was forged. They attacked three-on-three and when Muriel's tricks left Clement Lenglet chasing shadows, he looked right to Sarabia who turned inside and curled into the far corner. After some discussion with VAR, the goal was finally awarded and marked the end of Sevilla's intent while they held the lead, with Barcelona only let down by their poor finishing in their pursuit of an equaliser, with Suarez off-target when well-placed to shoot and Lenglet likewise from close-range with a free-kick.

But they did find a way through a minute before the break, when Messi was fouled just outside the box and dusted himself down to cannon his free-kick off the near post, with Pique happy to pick up the pieces as it rebounded out to him with Vaclik beaten. สมัคร แทง บอล ออนไลน์ After half-time Sevilla continued to absorb pressure, but looked capable of springing another sting in the tail; Franco Vasquez's glancing header from a corner touched the bar on its way over, and he then dragged an effort wide when well-placed on the edge of the box.


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Preston 2-2 Stoke: Potters held to second successive draw
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Preston 2-2 Stoke: Potters held to second successive draw


sbo888 Substitute Peter Crouch scored his 200th goal in English football to rescue a 2-2 draw for Stoke against Preston at Deepdale.Former Stoke midfielder Paul Gallagher gave Preston the lead from the spot, having escaped punishment for a clash with Joe Allen moments earlier, after young full-back Tom Edwards handled Darnell Fisher's cross (40).

The Potters were level inside a minute when Erik Pieters lashed home a fierce volley (42), but the hosts regained their deserved lead deep into first-half injury time when Graham Burke swept home on his first start for the club (45+5). sbo888 Crouch headed home Allen's whipped free-kick after 61 minutes to claim a point for Gary Rowett's men as they continue to struggle to acclimatise to life in the second tier.

Stoke's miserable start to the season was almost turned on its head after seven minutes; Saido Berahino's goal-drought came agonisingly close to being broken when Declan Rudd's reaction save kept out his bullet header after seven minutes. Gallagher was incredibly fortunate to remain on the pitch after an apparent elbow on Allen after half an hour, but he dealt a blow to his former employers, smashing a penalty high into Jack Butland's net after Edwards' fumble.

Pieters arrowed a sumptuous volley beyond Rudd - his first goal since 2013/14 - but the visitors offered little in attack and were pinned back five minutes into added time when summer signing Burke beat Butland from close range. Second-half changes invigorated Rowett's side sbo888[/] and Tom Ince's dipping volley proved a timely reminder to the Lilywhites of the danger the relegated Premier League outfit still pose.