Daily News Summary: Bravo saves THREE penalties in Chile’s 3-0 shootout win

TOP STORIES

Portugal 0-0 Chile (Penalties: 0-3): Hero Bravo puts Chile in final

 

 

Claudio Bravo saved THREE penalties in Chile’s 3-0 shootout win over Portugal as they reach the Confederations Cup final; Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t even feature in the penalty shootout.

Six people charged with criminal offences over 1989 Hillsborough tragedy

 

 

Six people, including former Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield, are charged with criminal offences over 1989 Hillsborough tragedy, in which 96 Liverpool fans had been “unlawfully killed”.

Cristiano Ronaldo confirms the birth of his twin boys via a surrogate mother

 

 

After Portugal’s defeat to Chile, Cristiano Ronaldo confirms the arrival of his new twin sons via a surrogate mother and will return home to meet them.

TRANSFER HEADLINES

Juventus are negotiating with Real Madrid for Danilo

 

 

Juventus might start negotiation with Real Madrid for Brazilian full-back Danilo as early as tomorrow, the first offer from the Italian Champions could be around 15 million euros.

Donnarumma will sign a new contract with clause allowing him to Real Madrid

 

 

According to Cadena Cope, Gianluigi Donnarumma will sign a new contract with AC Milan, but include a clause allowing him to leave for Real Madrid in 2018.

Arsenal bids for Lacazette and Lemar rejected

 

 

According to Sky Sports’ sources, Arsenal have had their bids rejected for Lyon’s Alexandre  Lacazette and Monaco’s Thomas Lemar.

WHAT THEY SAY

Everton would feel “massive loss” if Romelu Lukaku left, says Jagielka

 

 

Everton captain Phil Jagielka feels that Romelu Lukaku’s “goals would be a massive loss”, had the 24-year-old Belgian striker left the club.

Arsenal might have lost their soul at Highbury in early Emirates days, says Wenger

 

 

The main problem Arsenal faced when moving to the Emirates was that they might have first lost their soul at Highbury, Arsene Wenger feels.

Fernando Santos: Portugal penalty takers are still heroes

 

 

Despite Portugal’s 3-0 shootout defeat to Chile in Confed Cup semi-final, head coach Fernando Santos believes that their penalty takers, just like in Euro 2016, are still heroes. “The three players who failed their penalties were heroes in the European Championship against Poland,” he said.

IN DEPTH ANALYSIS

How Paulinho went from Tottenham reject to Barcelona target – via the CSL

 

 

Brazilian Paulinho is reportedly attracting interest from Barcelona, but he is currently only playing for a Chinese club, Guangzhou Evergrande.

FAREWELL LEGEND

OFFICIAL: Scott Parker announces his retirement from football

 

 

Former England captain Scott Parker has called time on his 20-year playing career after memories at Charlton, Chelsea, Newcastle United, West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur and Fulham. He has acquired FIFA’s Coaching Pro License and are likely to start a coaching career.

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