The England football team will need to stay in Italy for an extra night after their plane suffered a technical issue.
It is now hoped that the team will be able to return to England on Wednesday morning, which could annoy a few club managers.
England team to stay extra night in Turin after technical issue to their plane means they will fly home tomorrow mid-morning.
Spurs winger Andros Townsend came off the bench to score the England equaliser in spectacular fashion in Turin.
Graziano Pelle had given Italy the lead in the first-half, but it wasn't enough for the hosts in the end.
Watch highlights of the game on our England website.
New York City have completed the signing of Norwegian goalkeeper Eirik Johansen following his release by sister club Manchester City.
The former Norway youth international has agreed a deal after spending the summer training with the Major League Soccer newcomers.
British-based company Hawk-Eye will provide goal-line technology system for the women's World Cup in Canada this June.
FIFA has announced the decision, the first time that goal-line technology has featured at the women's tournament.
Hawk-Eye provides the camera-based system which has been used successfully in the English Premier League this season.
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Arsenal and Chelsea are the best attacking midfielders in Europe this year, according to figures powered by Opta and published by the CIES Observatory.
Based on performances of player who have featured in more than 66% of matches since January 1st, the Premier League rivals each scored 100 and were followed by Jesus Navas of Man City.
The six key performance indicators specified were rigour, recovery, distribution, take on, chance creation and shooting.
See the full results here.