- Robinho pulls off awesome skill in charity match [video]
- Man United move for “transfer listed” Nemanja Vidic [Star Sunday]
- John Terry (34) to get a new £175k-a-week one year Chelsea deal [Star & Express]
- Arsenal set for 20m William Carvalho bid [Mail on Sunday]
- West Ham may lose Big Sam after the season & Irons may sell 20% to pay off debt [Telegraph]
Boca Juniors go top; River claw a draw at Colon
Tigre 1 – San Lorenzo 1 (Argentina Apertura, September 2, 2012) Diego Castano put Tigre in front, but the visitors levelled just five minutes later through Luis Aguiar. Tigre’s Diego Castano was sent off in the 52nd minute but San Lorenzo’s Franco Jara received his marching orders 12 minutes later.
Boca Juniors 2 – Atletico Rafaela 1 (Argentina Apertura, September 2, 2012) Arsenal Sarandi’s stay at the head of the standings proved shortlived as Lucas Viatri’s brace either side of an equaliser from Sebastian Carrera gave Boca their fourth win of the season.
Godoy Cruz 2 – Independiente 1 (Argentina Apertura, September 2, 2012) Cristian Tula had given the visitors the lead, but David Ramirez equalised just before half-time and then grabbed the winner from the penalty spot in the last minute.
Colon 1 – River Plate 1 (Argentina Apertura, September 2, 2012) Ruben Ramirez opened the scoring for Colon after 70 minutes, but German Pezzella grabbed an equaliser just a minute from time.
- Updated: September 2, 2012