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UEFA Nations League 2018 Report: Jesus scores as Brazil beat Saudi Arabia

Gabriel Jesus' goal was his 11th for Brazil in his 23rd international appearance



Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus scored as Brazil beat Saudi Arabia in a friendly in Riyadh.

Brazil took the lead just before half-time when Neymar ran at the home defence and played in Jesus, who slotted past Mohammed Al-Owais.

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UEFA Nations League 2018 Report: Lukaku scores twice in Belgium win

Belgium are joint top of the Fifa world rankings - along with France - after reaching the 2018 World Cup semi-finals



Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku scored twice as Belgium beat Switzerland in Brussels to move top of Group A2 in the Nations League.

Lukaku's first goal came after good work from right-back Thomas Meunier.

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UEFA Nations League 2018 Report: Croatia 0 England 0 - Rashford wastes chances in Rijeka


Marcus Rashford squandered two glorious chances as England were held to a goalless Nations League draw in Croatia



England and Croatia face a struggle to unseat Spain at the top of their Nations League group after playing out a goalless draw in an empty stadium in Rijeka.

Croatia had been ordered to play the match behind closed doors after a swastika was marked on the pitch in Split ahead of a Euro 2016 qualifier against Italy.

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UEFA Nations League 2018 Report: Man City's Silva scores in Portugal win

Bernardo Silva scored his third international goal for Portugal

 

Manchester City winger Bernardo Silva scored a stunning goal as Portugal beat Poland in the Nations League.

Silva picked the ball up around 40 yards out from goal before bursting forward and curling a finish from the edge of the box into the bottom corner.

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Eden Hazard: Chelsea forward rules out January switch to Real Madrid

Eden Hazard was speaking at a media conference before Belgium's game against Swizerland



Eden Hazard says he will not move to Real Madrid in January, but agrees he might need to leave Chelsea to win the Ballon d'Or.

The 27-year-old attacker said earlier this month that joining Real had been his "dream since I was a kid".

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