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Vancouver sign attacker from Salzburg Austria Latest News 

Vancouver sign attacker from Salzburg

The Vancouver Whitecaps signed attacker Yordy Reyna from Austrian champions Red Bull Salzburg on Monday. Reyna signed a two-year deal with the MLS club, who hold options for a further two seasons and used targeted allocation money to acquire the 23-year-old. The Peru internation has scored 14 goals in 41 league appearances with Red Bull Salzburg and Grodig over the past three seasons.

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Ten-man Austria stunned by Hungary Austria EURO Latest News 

Ten-man Austria stunned by Hungary

Hungary shocked Austria in the opening Group F game as they won 2-0 thanks to second-half goals from Adam Szalai and Zoltan Stieber. Szalai fired home after a neat one-two and Zoltan Stieber rounded off a late breakaway with an outstanding chip to give the underdogs the points in the 138th meeting between the two sides. Austria had been a fraction away from the fastest goal in European Championship history when David Alaba fired a 20-yard shot across goalkeeper Gabor Kiraly — the oldest player in European Championship history —…

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Madrid rivals profit from Barcelona slip-up Austria Champions League Cristiano Ronaldo England Germany Italy Latest News Lionel Messi Netherlands Portugal Spain 

Madrid rivals profit from Barcelona slip-up

Barcelona suffered a shock defeat at Real Sociedad to give their title rivals hope, with Wolfsburg the only other quarter-finalists who did not take three points on Saturday. Manchester City (2-2) Paris Saint-Germain Manchester City 2-1 West Brom (Agüero 19, Nasri 66; Sessegnon 6) Making his first start since September, following a long struggle with a thigh injury, Samir Nasri scored City's winner on a rainy evening in Manchester, finishing into an empty net after Sergio Agüero's shot was blocked. The UEFA Champions League contenders had gone behind to a…

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Guardiola: Alaba will be a Bayern great Africa Austria Germany Latest News 

Guardiola: Alaba will be a Bayern great

The left-back has been linked with a move to Manchester City next season, but the future Catalan coach has indicated that he expects the Austrian to stay in Germany Pep Guardiola has backed David Alaba to become one of the greatest players in Bayern Munich history. The left-back has been a first-team regular for Bayern since the age of 19 and, now 23, has played in over 100 Bundesliga games and earned 42 caps for Austria. It has been suggested Guardiola could attempt to sign Alaba when he becomes the…

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