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16' Norberto | 19' Luan | 32' Ruy | 75' Messias



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17' P. R. de Souza



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45' G. Velazquez

Sport Victoria


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Carlos Manucci



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North East Stars

Nyva Ternopil'


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86' H. Villalba

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22' F. Pina | 83' B. Cerezo | 90' E. Gutierrez



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27' V. Bezecourt


Toronto FC 2

Wenger concerned by Xhaka record.

Arsene Wenger admitted he was concerned by Granit Xhaka’s disciplinary record ahead of their North London derby against Tottenham on Sunday lunchtime.  The Swiss international is coming back from a three match ban after he was dismissed in the 3-2 against Swansea for a reckless tackle.

“Am I a bit concerned? Yes. Because the discipline is important. If we want to be effective in all situations we face and in a derby it is important to keep control of your action and to have a strong discipline is important in these types of games.”

“He’s normally quite a composed and clam guy. Sometimes on the field he has a reaction that is quite impulsive and he knows that. He has to work on that and the control of his reactions in the game”

Wenger is also relishing November despite it being a month that Arsenal usually struggle in this November they will face Spurs, Manchester United and PSG.

“It’s an interesting clash, for us it’s a very important game because we are in a strong positon in the league. Overall, Tottenham are as well so it is very tight at the top of the league.”

“We go into a period where we play big games and we want to win the big games.”

“It’s exciting, we have an opportunity to show we are ready for a challenge and to do better than we have done historically. We’ve already started November in a positive way.”

On Spurs unbeaten Premier League record, the Frenchman believes it’s far too early to talk about it yet.

“It’s too early in the season for that. I think, at the moment, it is important to focus on ourselves, the quality of our opponent and our performances.”

“We’ve done very well away and we know we can do very well at home. We know that the success of our season will come down to how well we do at home.

Wenger also had only good things to say about Olivier Giroud after he grabbed three goals in his last two matches but refused to say if the Frenchman was in line for a start or not.

“There is no Plan B in any squad. I never think about my players like that, the team will be the one that’s most effective for the next game and that’s what you pick. I consider everybody as a regular player, I believe that a manager thinks is just the next game and if he’s involved in the next game in your mind he plays but if not he doesn’t start.”

“He’s shown he’s a huge asset to the club and I’ve always supported him.”

Wenger also had words to say about Aaron Ramsey as he started on the ring-wing in midweek despite publically saying that he prefers to play central.

“No, I just try and find the right balance for each game with the players able to give their best for the team and Ramsey has come back from eleven weeks injury. You don not come back like magic, it takes time but he can bring us strengths either wide or central. He prefers to player central and I can understand that but when he plays wide he has enough freedom to central as well.”

Doubts for Arsenal include: Gibbs, Carzorla, Monreal, Walcott while Bellerin should be fit.