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THE SUN: England are in pole position on the road to Rio after a goalless grapple in Ukraine. Also: Alex

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    THE SUN: England are in pole position on the road to Rio after a goalless grapple in Ukraine. Also: Alex Ferguson warned of the dangers of player power six months before his relationship with Wayne Rooney completely unravelled.

    DAILY MAIL: England last night secured the draw in Kiev they came for to remain on track for Brazil 2014. Also: The Heineken Cup is in its death throes with the English Premiership clubs, backed by the French, last night aborting discussions aimed at saving the competition.

    DAILY MIRROR: Roy Hodgson toasted a precious point on a night of nerves in the Olympic Stadium. Also: Wayne Rooney is targeting a sensational comeback in the Manchester derby.

    DAILY EXPRESS: England held on for a precious World Cup qualifying point here last night - but their chances of making Brazil 2014 remain on a knife edge. Also: Harry Redknapp last night accused the FA of hypocrisy for refusing to hammer England and Tottenham defender Kyle Walker for inhaling nitrous oxide.

    DAILY STAR: Battling England took a giant stride towards the World Cup Finals last night. Also: Petr Cech is weighing up his future at Chelsea as Barcelona plot a summer move.

    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: This was one horrible performance by England, highlighting many technical flaws, but this was also one sweet qualifying point against their Group H rivals. Also: Gareth Bale could not spare Wales manager Chris Coleman from calls for him to be sacked during a 32-minute substitute outing in a comprehensive defeat against Serbia.

    THE TIMES: England dug in to secure a point from a dismal goalless draw away to Ukraine last night to stay on course for next summer's World Cup finals.

    THE GUARDIAN: A draw, Roy Hodgson will inevitably say, represents a satisfying night and, in one way at least, he would be justified. Also: The Fifa general secretary, Jerome Valcke, has ruled out paying compensation to European leagues or broadcasters by moving the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to the winter months.

    THE INDEPENDENT: England lack cohesion but hang on for grim 0-0 draw in Ukraine to keep hopes of reaching World Cup in their hands. Also: The Heineken Cup, one of professional rugby's biggest success stories, was driven closer to oblivion last night.

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    THE SUN: Gary Lineker was painted in vegetables yesterday as Roy Hodgson warned him - You're sprout of order. Also: Mesut Ozil is in line for a shock start for Arsenal at Sunderland on Saturday.

    DAILY MAIL: Gareth Bale turned up for his first day at the office and was warmly welcomed by the man he has replaced as the world's most expensive footballer. Also: Gary Lineker is willing to sit on FA chairman Greg Dyke's crisis commission into the state of English football after smoothing over relations with England manager Roy Hodgson.

    DAILY MIRROR: Gary Lineker last night backtracked over his England criticism and insisted Roy Hodgson was doing "a good job". Also: Gareth Bale got to grips with the superstar he calls The Boss when he turned up for his first day with Real Madrid yesterday.

    DAILY EXPRESS: Roy Hodgson's fractious relationship with Gary Lineker threatens to become further strained after he accused the former England striker of having a selective memory. Also: It was almost manbags at 20 paces yesterday as new signing Gareth Bale was greeted at Real Madrid by the man he replaced as the world's most expensive player.

    DAILY STAR: Daniel Sturridge is on course to play for Liverpool on Monday - despite pulling out of the England squad. Also: Shake on it! Galactico Cristiano Ronaldo welcomes £85million star Gareth Bale to Real Madrid yesterday.

    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Roy Hodgson has returned from Kiev with a point and a grievance. Also: Manchester United defender Phil Jones is demanding a written apology from Stuart Pearce after being left furious following claims that he lacked the commitment to play in the European Under-21 Championship this summer.

    THE TIMES: Bradley Wiggins offered to walk out on Team Sky in the middle of his Tour de France victory last year. Also: Even now, Roy Hodgson seems surprised that his delight at a solid, if uninspiring England performance away from home might not be shared universally.

    THE GUARDIAN: Roy Hodgson has admitted he deliberately set out his England team to play long-ball football in the World Cup qualifier against Ukraine that has led to prolonged criticism of the team's methods under his management.

    THE INDEPENDENT: Roy Hodgson has hit back at Gary Lineker's criticism of the England team's "awful" 0-0 draw with Ukraine, claiming that the England sides the former striker played in were not always a "total success" either.

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    THE SUN:
    Samuel Eto'o has revealed that he once loathed Jose Mourinho. Also: Arsenal's £42.5million man Mesut Ozil has hit out at Real Madrid's dirty tricks campaign.




    DAILY MAIL:
    Arsene Wenger has said his future as Arsenal manager will be determined by the success or failure of a new team built around club record signing Mesut Ozil. Also: Emmanuel Adebyaor will be forced to train with Tottenham's development squad as manager Andre Villas-Boas admitted the £100,000-a-week striker may never play for Spurs again.




    DAILY MIRROR:
    Mesut Ozil last night angrily accused Real Madrid of showing him a lack of respect. Also: Gareth Bale's debut for Real Madrid could be at left-back after he told boss Carlo Ancelotti he would play anywhere.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Mesut Ozil has launched a fierce defence of his professionalism after claims from Madrid that he was more interested in a romance with a model than football. Also: Former Newcastle midfielder Rob Lee believes players do not want to join the club under the current regime.




    DAILY STAR:
    Mesut Ozil has angrily dismissed claims he is a playboy. Also: Emmanuel Adebayor has been sent into exile at Tottenham.




    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Mesut Ozil admits he joined Arsenal because of the respect shown by manager Arsene Wenger. Also: Greg Dyke, the FA chairman, emerged from this afternoon's meeting with the Premier League clubs confident that all parties can work together to address England's problems.




    THE TIMES:
    Arsene Wenger's decision on whether to extend his contract beyond this summer could depend on Mesut Ozil's ability to transform Arsenal into a genuine force at home and abroad. Also: On a day when England fell to their lowest position in the Fifa rankings since February 2001, Grg Dyke received assurances that the Premier League clubs would support his quest to address long-term challenges facing the national team.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Premier League clubs have agreed to work with a commission set up by the Football Association to improve the development of players available to England. Also: How curious that one of Mesut Ozil's first acts as an Arsenal player, finally unveiled 10 days after his all-important signature confirmed one of the most audacious incoming transfers to the Premier League, was to defend himself.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Arsene Wenger has admitted that his future at Arsenal will be determined by the success of the new team he will build around Mesut Ozil. Also: The Premier League has taken its first steps to help produce better England players following Football Association chairman Greg Dyke's appeal last week by making its Under-21 league more competitive with promotion and relegation.

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    THE SUN: Samuel Eto'o last night revealed he was 'hours away' from joining Arsenal. Also: Andre Villas-Boas has had a dig at Arsenal's club record £42.5 million signing Mesut Ozil.

    DAILY MAIL: Gareth Bale will make his Real Madrid debut on Saturday night...after surviving a training session with the team's new hatchet man Cristiano Ronaldo. Also: New Manchester United signing Marouane Fellaini was joined on the training field by Darren Fletcher this week, giving manager David Moyes two reasons to feel happier after a rather difficult summer transfer window.

    DAILY MIRROR: Cristiano Ronaldo showed Gareth Bale what he thinks of the threat to his superstar status at Real Madrid. Also: Jose Mourinho predicted the tightest Premier League race he has experienced and claimed the top six are all better.

    DAILY EXPRESS: Swansea manager Michael Laudrup has questioned Daniel Sturridge's return to fitness for Liverpool days after being ruled out for England. Also: Mo Farah has been warned he faces a record-breaking war to be regarded as the best distance runner of all time.

    DAILY STAR: Gareth Bale was clattered yesterday, by team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo in training. Also: Wayne Rooney is set for a shock Premier League comeback today.

    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Wayne Rooney is in contention for a surprise return to action for Manchester United against Crystal Palace today, less than a fortnight after being ruled out for three weeks with a head wound. Also: Mark Hughes has confirmed that Steven Nzonzi will be in Stoke's squad today after the midfielder was spoken to by police over an incident in which a cyclist was allegedly knocked off his bike.

    THE TIMES: Andre Villas-Boas, the Tottenham head coach, believes that Arsenal "paid heavily" to add Mesut Ozil to their squad on transfer deadline day. Also: Jack Wilshere has the talent and mental strength to do for England what Zinedine Zidane did for France, according to Arsene Wenger.

    THE GUARDIAN: Showtime has arrived at last for Gareth Bale. Also: David Moyes has denied Manchester United had a disappointing transfer window despite buying only one player, Everton's Marouane Fellaini, who cost £27.5million in a frantic scramble on deadline day.

    THE INDEPENDENT: Adam Johnson has told his Sunderland team-mates they must be strong enough to accept the direct criticism of manager Paolo di Canio. Also: Alan Pardew insists Yohan Cabaye has "turned the corner" and will successfully resume his Newcastle career after his proposed move to Arsenal fell through.

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    Chelsea will send a senior scout to their Premier League match at Everton on Saturday to look at Toffees midfielder Ross Barkley, 19, who earned his first senior England cap against Moldova last week.

    Full story: Daily Mail


    Meanwhile, Chelsea have entered the race to sign Sheffield United's highly rated defender Harry Maguire. The 20-year-old could be the subject of a £5m bid from Stamford Bridge.

    Full story: Metro


    Roma, whose finances have been strengthened by selling playmaker Erik Lamela to Tottenham, are interested in Spurs' midfield duo of Lewis Holtby, 22, and Sandro, 24.

    Full story: talkSPORT


    Arsenal are monitoring the progress of 19-year-old Danish midfielder Patrick Olsen at Inter Milan and may return to the Italian club with an improved offer after a loan deal was rejected.

    Full story: talkSPORT


    Manchester City are interested in Estudiantes goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli, 21, but face competition from Barcelona, Porto and Benfica.

    Full story: Sport (in Spanish)


    Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola, 42, claims the Bundesliga club would never sanction a move for Barcelona forward Lionel Messi, 26.

    Full story: Goal.com


    Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway says he tried to bring Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha, 20, back to Selhurst Park on loan up on the final day of the transfer window deadline.

    Full story: Sky Sports


    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has offered to discuss how English football and the national team can be improved with Football Association chairman Greg Dyke.

    Full story: Daily Mirror


    Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas has claimed that Arsenal "paid heavily" when signing playmaker Mesut Ozil, 24, from Real Madrid and that his side and Manchester City have done the best transfer window business.

    Full story: the Guardian


    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger tips midfielder Jack Wilshere, 21, to become a world-renowned football figure in the mould of Bobby Moore, Michel Platini or Zinedine Zidane.

    Full story: the Independent


    Manchester United manager David Moyes says the champions paid £4m more than a recently expired release clause for Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini because they also hoped to bring in defender Leighton Baines, 28, in a joint deal. Fellaini, 25, signed for United in a £27.5m move earlier this month.

    Full story: the Times (requires subscription)


    Cardiff striker Peter Odemwingie, 32, says his relationship with former club West Bromwich Albion began to break down when then-boss Roy Hodgson, now Englend manager, questioned his ability to play through pain.

    Full story: the Guardian


    Monaco manager Claudio Ranieri reveals he targeted Porto striker Jackson Martinez, 26, before the French club signed 27-year-old Radamel Falcao from Atletico Madrid.

    Full story: Daily Express


    Atletico Madrid defender Juanfran, 28, turned down the opportunity to quadruple his wages by signing for Arsenal, instead choosing to sign a new four-year deal at the Spanish club.

    Full story: Daily Star


    Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio is demanding that his new foreign signings stop being so "shy", and stops training to force them to use English terms on the pitch.

    Full story: Daily Mirror


    West Ham manager Sam Allardyce says 24-year-old striker Andy Carroll's latest foot injury is one usually suffered by basketball players or ballerinas.

    Full story: Daily Mirror

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    New Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o has revealed he was 'hours away' from joining Arsenal.
    Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas has had a dig at Arsenal's club record £42.5 million signing Mesut Ozil after claiming he cost too much.
    QPR boss Harry Redknapp is interested in taking Spurs' outcast striker Emmanuel Adebayor on loan.
    Fit-again Hull City striker Matty Fryatt, 27, has been urged to go on loan by Tigers boss Steve Bruce.
    Leeds United winger Ryan Hall is being chased by Brentford, Leyton Orient and Crawley Town.

    Cristiano Ronaldo showed Gareth Bale what he thinks of the threat to his superstar status at Real Madrid with a two-footed tackle in training.
    Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho predicted the tightest Premier League race he has experienced and claimed the top six are all better.
    Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio is demanding that his new foreign signings stop being so "shy", and stops training to force them to use English terms on the pitch.
    West Ham manager Sam Allardyce says striker Andy Carroll's latest foot injury is one usually suffered by basketball players or ballerinas.

    Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney is set for a shock Premier League comeback today.
    Gareth Bale was clattered yesterday, by Real Madrid team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo in training.
    Atletico Madrid defender Juanfran, 28, turned down the opportunity to quadruple his wages by signing for Arsenal, instead choosing to sign a new four-year deal at the Spanish club.

    Chelsea will send a senior scout to their Premier League match at Everton on Saturday to look at Toffees midfielder Ross Barkley, 19, who earned his first senior England cap against Moldova last week.
    England defender Joleon Lescott's run in the Manchester City first team is unlikely to prevent him leaving the club in January.
    Gareth Bale will make his Real Madrid debut on Saturday night after surviving a training session with the team's new hatchet man Cristiano Ronaldo.
    New Manchester United signing Marouane Fellaini was joined on the training field by Darren Fletcher this week, giving manager David Moyes two reasons to feel happier after a rather difficult summer transfer window.

    Swansea manager Michael Laudrup has questioned Daniel Sturridge's return to fitness for Liverpool days after being ruled out for England.
    Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway has wanted to secure a loan deal with Manchester United for former Eagles winger Wifried Zaha on transfer deadline day.

    Wayne Rooney is in contention for a surprise return to action for Manchester United against Crystal Palace today, less than a fortnight after being ruled out for three weeks with a head wound.
    Mark Hughes has confirmed that Steven Nzonzi will be in Stoke's squad today after the midfielder was spoken to by police over an incident in which a cyclist was allegedly knocked off his bike.

    Andre Villas-Boas, the Tottenham head coach, believes that Arsenal "paid heavily" to add Mesut Ozil to their squad on transfer deadline day.
    Arsenal star Jack Wilshere has the talent and mental strength to do for England what Zinedine Zidane did for France, according to Arsene Wenger.

    David Moyes has denied Manchester United had a disappointing transfer window despite buying only one player, Everton's Marouane Fellaini, who cost £27.5million in a frantic scramble on deadline day.

    Adam Johnson has told his Sunderland team-mates they must be strong enough to accept the direct criticism of manager Paolo di Canio.
    Alan Pardew insists Yohan Cabaye has "turned the corner" and will successfully resume his Newcastle career after his proposed move to Arsenal fell through.

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    THE SUN:
    Mark Halsey insists the vile abuse Premier League referees suffer could drive an official to commit suicide. Also: Ashley Young faces a visit from Premier League chiefs in a bid to stop him diving.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Cristiano Ronaldo has signed a staggering five-year deal with Real Madrid - worth almost twice as much as Gareth Bale will be earning in Spain. Also: Wayne Rooney's head injury might have stopped him playing for England, but one quick-thinking company helped get the striker back on the pitch at Old Trafford sooner than expected.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Referees have been warned not to speak to managers after Mark Halsey's claim that he text Sir Alex Ferguson. Also: Cristiano Ronaldo stole Gareth Bale's thunder and broke Manchester United's hearts yesterday when he signed a staggering new deal that ties him to Real Madrid for five more years.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    David Moyes rushed Wayne Rooney back into action to ensure he is fit for Sunday's Manchester derby. Also: Mo Farah, beaten by Kenenisa Bekele in a dramatic Great North Run finish yesterday, is set for a big rematch at the London Marathon.



    DAILY STAR:
    Cristiano Ronaldo has finally killed off any chance of making a return to Manchester United. Also: Mauricio Pochettino had fired a warning to England new boy Rickie Lambert.



    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Mo Farah was left frustrated by an agonising near-miss in one of the greatest road races witnessed in Britain yet his defeat at a windy, rainswept Bupa Great North Run by Kenenisa Bekele hinted at a rivalry which could thrill and nourish world athletics for years to come.



    THE TIMES:
    Andy Murray believes that he can lead Great Britain to a period of global prosperity, backed by a generation of improving young players who have been inspired by his historic exploits at Wimbledon this summer. Also: Cristiano Ronaldo clearly has no intention of living in Gareth Bale's shadow.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Gareth Bale's big night gave way to Cristiano Ronaldo's big day as Real Madrid followed up the Welshman's debut with the announcement of the signing that the club's supporters wanted more than any other. Ronaldo has extended his contract at the Santiago Bernabeu until 2018, when he will be 33. Also: The demise of the Heineken Cup in its present form is moving ever closer after a leading English club figure said the top Premiership and French sides would be "crazy" to remain in the tournament after this season.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Manchester United's manager, David Moyes, has ruled out any immediate prospect of Wayne Rooney being deployed in midfield, where he was so unhappy to be placed by Sir Alex Ferguson, declaring on the eve of a Champions League campaign to which the player is so integral that his Old Trafford rehabilitation is under way.

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    Jonjo Shelvey had one of those eventful evenings that will grace "What Happened Next?" quizzes. The England midfielder scored Swansea's first, gifted two nightmare balls that allowed his old Liverpool team-mates to equalise through Daniel Sturridge and then lead through Victor Moses, before supplying a more legitimate assist by teeing up Michu's equaliser. Also: After four months of running second best to England, long enough for them to see three Prime Ministers hold office back home, Michael Clarke's Australia finally won some silverware, beating the old enemy by 49 runs in the deciding NatWest Series match at the Ageas Bowl.



    THE TIMES
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    Rio Ferdinand has warned that English clubs need to raise their game in the Champions League this season and rise to the challenge set by their German and Spanish rivals. Also: Only the greatest of players have matches named after them, but this game will forever be associated with a far less stellar talent.



    THE GUARDIAN
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    David Moyes has called for retrospective action to be taken against players who dive after admitting the problem is now so widespread that the Manchester United manager cannot guarantee whether Ashley Young will take on board his latest warning to eradicate it from his game. Also: Proposals to move the Premiership final from the end of the season and to play European club rugby in a single block from March to June are among the ideas being considered by the leading English club owners as they prepare to thrash out the detail of a new tournament to replace the existing union-run Heineken Cup.



    THE INDEPENDENT
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    The Crystal Palace midfielder Kagisho Dikgacoi, who was at the centre of the Ashley Young diving controversy at the weekend, has joined Manchester United's manager, David Moyes, in calling on the Football Association to punish simulation retrospectively. Also: Australia ended the Ashes summer on a high at the Rose Bowl last night as Shane Watson's destructive century secured a series-deciding victory. His 143 from 107 balls, along with Michael Clarke's 75, sprinkled stardust over the Australian innings of 298 all out.



    DAILY EXPRESS
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    Jonjo Shelvey found himself at the centre of one one of the craziest performances in Premier League history last night, as he was involved in all four goals. Also: Stephen Lee is facing life ban from snooker after being found guilty on seven charges of match-fixing last night.



    DAILY MAIL
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    David Moyes is in danger of losing top prospect Adnan Januzaj to Manchester City. Also: Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio has been fined £8,000 by the Football Association having admitted a charge of misconduct.



    DAILY MIRROR
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    David Moyes and Rio Ferdinand last night declared war on the game's divers - including Ashley Young. Also: England's Ashes heroes are on standby to attend another boot camp before they fly out defend the urn in Australia.



    DAILY STAR:
    Marcel Desailly has amazingly claimed Wayne Rooney's proposed move to Chelsea was aimed at landing the England star a new deal at Manchester United. Also: Vincent Kompany is set to boost Manchester City's Champions League hopes with a shock comeback tonight.



    THE SUN
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    Mark Halsey today claims football authorities demanded the right to stop him publishing his explosive book on what it is really like to be a top referee. Manuel Pellegrini has told his Manchester City men to improve on their dismal Champions League record.

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    DAILY STAR:
    Wayne Rooney joined the Manchester United elite last night after scoring his 200th goal for the club. Also: Sergio Aguero inspired Manchester City to a comfortable win in the Czech Republic... Jermain Defoe has slammed boss Andre Villas-Boas for his treatment of Emmanuel Adebayor.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Wayne Rooney scored his 200th goal for Manchester United as David Moyes made a dream debut in the Champions League. Also: Manuel Pellegrini worked his Champions League magic once more to get City off to a winning start.



    THE SUN
    : Wayne Rooney joined Manchester United's exclusive 200 club and then roared: "I want more". Also: Edin Dzeko put Manchester City on the road to victory - with just their second away win in the Champions League.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Wayne Rooney struck his 200th Manchester United goal to give his manager David Moyes a glorious start to life in the Champions League. Also: Manchester City's new manager Manuel Pellegrini was all smiles as Edin Dzeko set them on their way to a superb victory in the Czech Republic.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    At the final whistle, the beaten Bayer Leverkusen manager Sami Hyypia sought out Wayne Rooney to shake his hand, congratulating him on his performance. The Manchester United striker's brace has taken his club tally to 200 and reminded everyone of his importance to the team. Also: So Manchester City did not follow the script after all. In the birthplace of Skoda, Manuel Pellegrini's team avoided another stalled start to a Champions League campaign by cruising to victory against Viktoria Plzen.



    THE GUARDIAN
    There was a point in this match when, very briefly, it threatened to go horribly wrong for Way
    ne Rooney. Also: Six years to the day since Jose Mourinho's frustration with Chelsea prompted bizarre talk of different classes of egg, quality of omelettes and an inability to shop at Waitrose, the Portuguese has marked his return to the Champions League in charge of the club by revisiting one of his more celebrated pre-match analogies and claimed he is now nurturing "beautiful, young eggs" in need of a father figure.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Wayne Rooney passed up his chance to end speculation over his future after joining the ranks of great Manchester United goalscorers last night. Also: After setting a club record of nine successive wins on the road, Arsene Wenger is sure his 'audacious' Arsenal team can play without fear in Marseille's Stade Velodrome.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Sir Alex Ferguson appeared to be scrutinising his mobile phone at the moment Old Trafford rose to acclaim Wayne Rooney as he came off with four minutes of the game remaining last night. Also: Pat McQuaid must accept "a lot of responsibility" for the "untold damage" done to cycling by the Lance Armstrong affair and other doping scandals, according to Brian Cookson, the Briton looking to oust him as president of the sport's governing body.



    THE TIMES:
    Wayne Rooney underlined his worth to Manchester United again last night as he scored twice in a 4-2 romp over Bayer Leverkusen to take his tally for the club to 200, and left the Old Trafford pitch to a standing ovation. Also: Manchester City have resembled a punch-drunk boxer in the Champions League over the past two seasons but in the home of Pilsner lager last night, it was their opponents who were left bleary-eyed.

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    DAILY STAR:
    Wayne Rooney joined the Manchester United elite last night after scoring his 200th goal for the club. Also: Sergio Aguero inspired Manchester City to a comfortable win in the Czech Republic... Jermain Defoe has slammed boss Andre Villas-Boas for his treatment of Emmanuel Adebayor.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Wayne Rooney scored his 200th goal for Manchester United as David Moyes made a dream debut in the Champions League. Also: Manuel Pellegrini worked his Champions League magic once more to get City off to a winning start.



    THE SUN
    : Wayne Rooney joined Manchester United's exclusive 200 club and then roared: "I want more". Also: Edin Dzeko put Manchester City on the road to victory - with just their second away win in the Champions League.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Wayne Rooney struck his 200th Manchester United goal to give his manager David Moyes a glorious start to life in the Champions League. Also: Manchester City's new manager Manuel Pellegrini was all smiles as Edin Dzeko set them on their way to a superb victory in the Czech Republic.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    At the final whistle, the beaten Bayer Leverkusen manager Sami Hyypia sought out Wayne Rooney to shake his hand, congratulating him on his performance. The Manchester United striker's brace has taken his club tally to 200 and reminded everyone of his importance to the team. Also: So Manchester City did not follow the script after all. In the birthplace of Skoda, Manuel Pellegrini's team avoided another stalled start to a Champions League campaign by cruising to victory against Viktoria Plzen.



    THE GUARDIAN
    There was a point in this match when, very briefly, it threatened to go horribly wrong for Way
    ne Rooney. Also: Six years to the day since Jose Mourinho's frustration with Chelsea prompted bizarre talk of different classes of egg, quality of omelettes and an inability to shop at Waitrose, the Portuguese has marked his return to the Champions League in charge of the club by revisiting one of his more celebrated pre-match analogies and claimed he is now nurturing "beautiful, young eggs" in need of a father figure.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Wayne Rooney passed up his chance to end speculation over his future after joining the ranks of great Manchester United goalscorers last night. Also: After setting a club record of nine successive wins on the road, Arsene Wenger is sure his 'audacious' Arsenal team can play without fear in Marseille's Stade Velodrome.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Sir Alex Ferguson appeared to be scrutinising his mobile phone at the moment Old Trafford rose to acclaim Wayne Rooney as he came off with four minutes of the game remaining last night. Also: Pat McQuaid must accept "a lot of responsibility" for the "untold damage" done to cycling by the Lance Armstrong affair and other doping scandals, according to Brian Cookson, the Briton looking to oust him as president of the sport's governing body.



    THE TIMES:
    Wayne Rooney underlined his worth to Manchester United again last night as he scored twice in a 4-2 romp over Bayer Leverkusen to take his tally for the club to 200, and left the Old Trafford pitch to a standing ovation. Also: Manchester City have resembled a punch-drunk boxer in the Champions League over the past two seasons but in the home of Pilsner lager last night, it was their opponents who were left bleary-eyed.


 

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