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2dAssociated Press

France must avoid Germany's errors - Deschamps

France coach Didier Deschamps has warned against making the same mistakes that saw 2014 World Cup winners Germany eliminated early in 2018.

Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent 

Liverpool made history in Jurgen Klopp's 600th game in management. The Reds have now won their first seven matches of a season in all competitions for the very first time. Klopp's side reclaim the Premier League's top spot from Chelsea after the easiest of wins against Southampton.

Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent 

Xherdan Shaqiri will make his first start for Liverpool this afternoon. The former Stoke City man has made encouraging substitute appearances in a Liverpool shirt so far and is now ready for a starting berth, in the eyes of Jurgen Klopp. Roberto Firmino returns to the starting XI, while Joel Matip partners Virgil van Dijk in the heart of the defence.

Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent 

After the euphoria of midweek, Liverpool need to get themselves up again for the visit of Southampton to Anfield. A win would make it seven wins out of seven and see Liverpool reclaim top spot off Chelsea. Jurgen Klopp warned his players about complacency at his news conference on Friday and has used his programme notes to reinforce that message. "I have spoken many times about staying 'angry' in the competitive sense. Today it is critical," he writes. "Southampton come here to ruin our day."

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4dStephan Uersfeld, Germany correspondent

Salzburg finally win a 'Red Bull battle' vs. Leipzig

RB Salzburg have lived in RB Leipzig's shadow for some time despite also being owned by Red Bull. Thursday night saw the Austrian side shine.

Best FIFA Men's Coach: Didier Deschamps (0:31)

Tom Marshall Mexico correspondent 

Tigres UANL the first ever Campeones Cup winners! Tigres defeated Toronto 3-1 here at BMO Field in what turned out to be a comfortable victory for the Liga MX side. Jesus Duenas the player of the match with two goals for Tigres.

Tom Marshall Mexico correspondent 

Tigres taking a 1-0 lead into the break at the Campeones Cup game against Toronto in BMO Field. Jesus Duenas with the only goal. The really bad news for Toronto is that Giovinco left the field five minutes before halftime with what looked like an injury.

Tom Marshall Mexico correspondent 

Tigres not holding anything back for the Campeones Cup against Toronto FC here at BMO Field. This is a strong XI from coach Ricardo Ferretti and he'll have the luxury of being able to bring the likes of Jurgen Damm and Enner Valencia off the bench.

Tom Marshall Mexico correspondent 

Doesn't look like the Campeones Cup between Toronto FC and Tigres will be anywhere near sold out, but there are a few Tigres fans around.

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6dAssociated Press

Ireland joins UK home nations' 2030 WC bid plan

The Republic of Ireland will join England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in exploring a potential bid for the 2030 World Cup.

Tom Marshall Mexico correspondent 

Tigres coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti clearly has a lot of respect for Campeones Cup opponent Toronto FC. The Brazilian said that if TFC played in Liga MX the Canadian team would regularly be in the playoffs and fighting for titles.

Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent 

Incredible scenes at Anfield. Just when Liverpool were possibly beginning to rue two dropped points, up stepped Roberto Firmino to deliver an injury-time winner. What a start to Liverpool's Champions League campaign.

Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent 

We shouldn't be surprised by now, but when Liverpool turn up the heat, seemingly no opponent can live with it. A blistering six-minute spell saw Liverpool go 2-0 up. However, PSG have just given them a reminder of the world-class abilities they possess as Thomas Meunier clawed one back. There's two very good teams on display here.

Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent 

Just as PSG were starting to take control of the game, Daniel Sturridge delivers. It's a brilliant header on what is his first ever Champions League start for the Reds. He had been quiet up to that point, too. The striker owes Andrew Robertson for a brilliant assist.

Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent 

It's been a fantastic start from Liverpool. They're playing with real intent and energy -- backed by an extremely loud home support. Jurgen Klopp just celebrated winning a throw-in like it was a goal. He and his players are well up for this.

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Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent 

Liverpool have arrived at Anfield. Roberto Firmino is on the team bus, but he's not in the starting lineup. The Brazilian is only fit enough for a spot on the bench, with Daniel Sturridge making his first ever Champions League start for Liverpool.

Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent 

The huge European nights return to Anfield once again. 115 days on from the heartache of losing last season's final in Kiev, Liverpool face Paris Saint-Germain in their Group C opener. Even though the French champions are a team full of superstars, Liverpool still fancy their chances this evening -- a clear sign of their continued progress under Jurgen Klopp.

Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent 

Liverpool are training at Melwood ahead of Tuesday night's Champions League opener with Paris Saint-Germain. Roberto Firmino isn't out there with his teammates and faces a race against time to overcome the eye injury he sustained on the weekend.