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Women’s World Cup 2019, Australia vs Italy, Lisa De Vanna reaction, Ante Milicic

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Veteran forward Lisa De Vanna says she was “angry” and “frustrated” after the Matildas’ 2-1 loss to Italy in their World Cup opener.

Australia’s campaign has been put on the back foot by the upset loss, with Ante Milicic’s side now realistically needing three points against Brazil in Montpellier to be in a good position to progress from the group stage.

De Vanna said winning the opening game would have given the team confidence going forward, but they would now have to deliver big-time going forward.

“I’m not happy at the moment, I’m frustrated, angry,” De Vanna told reporters post-match.

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Manchester City Champions League ban: Arsene Wenger, Gary Neville, UEFA, latest updates, Pep Guardiola, Sheikh Mansour

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Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he has little sympathy for Manchester City over their ban from European competition, especially as he regularly lost some of his best players to their wealthy Premier League rivals.

“The rules are what they are and people who don’t respect them… have to be punished,” said Wenger at the Laureus World Sports Awards in Berlin.

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Chelsea player ratings vs Man Utd: Just one star higher than 6 as Blues slump to home loss

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Chelsea lost 2-0 at home to Manchester United in the Premier League on Monday night.

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EPL, Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Man City, Spurs, Arsenal, Champions League, table, fixtures, results, latest news

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It wouldn’t have locked the door to the Champions League, but a Chelsea victory over Manchester United at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday morning certainly would have pulled it to.

Instead Manchester United won 2-0 and, as a result, the door has now been completely blown off its hinges.

Eight teams are now separated by just seven points, with even Arsenal and Burnley in 10th and 11th respectively still in with a – albeit slim – chance of sitting at Europe’s top table.

The European fate of Manchester City, who will almost certainly finish in the top four, is still unresolved, but if their ban is upheld then it is eight teams battling for the two spots alongside Liverpool and Leicester in next season’s Champions League.

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Following the controversial victory for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team at Stamford Bridge, we look at the runners and rider and rate their chances of making the Champions League next season.

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