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Man City new boy stars in Belgium win

Belgium remained second in Euro 2016 qualifying Group B after a fine Kevin De Bruyne performance helped them come from behind to defeat Bosnia-Herzegovina 3-1 in Brussels on Thursday.

The hosts were a goal down on the quarter-hour mark when Edin Dzeko headed in, but Marouane Fellaini levelled things eight minutes later in similar fashion, converting from De Bruyne's corner.

Kevin De Bruyne scored a great goal. Credit: Reuters

Manchester City's new record signing then fired home sweetly from outside the box to make it 2-1 a minute before the break.

And an Eden Hazard penalty in the 78th minute wrapped up the three points for the Belgians, who stayed three behind leaders Wales and two clear of third-placed Israel with three group games remaining for each.


Netherlands struggle to make 2016 Euros

Bruno Martins Indi, right, was dismissed in the win. Credit: Reuters

Holland lost ground in their bid to secure automatic qualification for Euro 2016 as they were beaten 1-0 by Group A leaders Iceland on Thursday after being reduced to 10 men in the first half.

Gylfi Sigurdsson scored the only goal of the game for Iceland from the penalty spot in the 51st minute after the hosts had Bruno Martins Indi sent off in the 33rd minute.

The defeat means Holland remain third in the group, eight points behind leaders Iceland and six adrift of second-placed Czech Republic, who beat Kazakhstan 2-1.

Spurs leave Adebayor out of Premier League squad

Emmanuel Adebayor was not named in the squad. Credit: PA

Tottenham have named omitted Emmanuel Adebayor from their Premier League squad list.

The out-of-favour striker was not among the 21 names Spurs submitted, despite them being able to put down 25 players.

Togolese striker Adebayor was linked with a move away from White Hart Lane, but despite to stay much to the club's chagrin.


Man United: De Gea won't be frozen out

Manchester United say goalkeeper David De Gea will not be frozen out of the first team picture at Old Trafford.

Reports in Spain suggest De Gea could be left out of the side after his move to Real Madrid collapsed on transfer deadlone.

David De Gea will be back in contention after the international break. Credit: PA

The Premier League club, however, say De Gea will compete with Sergio Romero, who has started very game so far this season.

A United spokesman told Press Association Sport: "Those reports are absolute rubbish, the team will always be picked solely on merit."

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