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Half an hour of the great guns was not enough to bring Jurgen Klopp a result against his former team.

Harry Wilson and Rhian Brewster scored for Liverpool in a 3-2 defeat by Borussia Dortmund at Notre Dame University on Friday.

Paco Alcacer, Thomas Delaney and Jacob Bruun Larsen scored for Black Yellow, who led 3-1 when mass changes began with Virgil Van Dijk, Georginio Wijnaldum, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Jordan Henderson and Andrew Robertson.

Liverpool face Sevilla on Sunday at Boston's Fenway Park.

(OTHER: Last on Eriksen)

Alcacer with the ball in the box is a bad idea, and the Spaniard took advantage of Nathaniel Clyne and Joel Matip to make it home by a construction site outside the six.

Wilson equalized the score before the break, but Delaney scored 2-1 in the 53rd minute when a long diagonal beat the Reds line and a low pass in area was not detected.

It was the 3-1 with a clever touch of Bruun Larsen at the wrong foot James Milner, but Brewster brought the Reds back in one fell swoop when he turned a penalty to the 75th won by Ben Woodburn.

Liverpool were without Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah, who are on break after the long races of the summer tournament.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is walking like him, not something new.

A few days after claiming the superiority of the LAFC superstar Carlos Vela, Ibrahimovic and his Galaxy crept into the beginning of El Trafico with a Sail penalty.

(OTHER: Last on Eriksen)

Of course, Zlatan decided to answer the bell with his 14th goal in 17 games.

Ibrahimovic puts a long ball on his right foot, cooking Eduard Atuesta pushing him into position for a tremendous whip in the LAFC goal.

And if you didn't follow the extraordinary season of the LAFC, probably Atuesta was the best player on the team after Vela, who now has 20 goals in 20 games.

Guided stuff.

Christian Eriksen could exchange London for Madrid after all, but Brand states that it will be Real Madrid's rivals who will earn the services of the Danish director of Tottenham.

Eriksen, 27, scored 10 goals with 17 assists for the Spurs in all competitions last season, and was reportedly ready to open his wings for Real Madrid.

(OTHER: Kean to Everton?)

But the pro-real site Brand says Zinedine Zidane doesn't want Eriksen at the Bernabeu, and that Diego Simeone feels differently … if Atletico Madrid fails to make his first choice.

That's James Rodriguez, which remains owned by Real and that's a problem.

So Eriksen to Athletes, helping to replace Antoine Griezmann? It's possible.

From Marca.com:

Just last November, the London club put a price of 250 million euros on its head, but now it seems eager to transfer it. The next few days will probably reveal a lot about what's to come.

So we might have an idea if this relationship has any guts for next week. There may be a sense, but Metro claims that the Spurs are offering Eriksen a "huge" contract to keep him north of London.

Huge means a doubling of Eriksen's salaries, and the Danish is said to be happy in England. Might Spurs is the best in La Liga and Serie A after all.

Everton could end up with one of the best prospects in world football.

Moise Kean could end up leaving Juventus due to the club's failure to dump attacking comrades Mario Mandzukic and Gonzalo Higuain.

And Kean, 19, was ready for a breakthrough in the first team, to the extent that Juve would have rejected a $ 33 million request from Everton.

(OTHER: Algeria wins AFCON)

The Toffees, however, could have a new life due to the Higuain / Mandzukic problem, and Sky Sports Italia reports that Kean could really be an option for Marco Silva's club. He could join Michael Keane, if he is passionate.

It would not be surprising if Kean decided to leave Italy due to the racial abuse he suffered in Serie A (although racism is everywhere, of course).

The same report states that Kean refused a Barcelona offer because he would go on loan, while the Arsenal would also be in the mix.

Kean scored six goals in Serie A with an assist in just 13 Juventus games last season after scoring four loaner Hellas Verona goals.

This weekend in Premier League friendlies in the Premier League sees Liverpool face a pair of European enemies, while four PL players exchange shots in Shanghai.

Man City and Wolves move from the significant defeats of Newcastle and West Ham, which in turn face Saturday.

You can watch Saturday matches in the Premier League Asia Trophy between Wolves and Man City, and Newcastle against West Ham here on NBC Sports Live.

Meanwhile, Manchester United will meet with Romelu Lukaku-chasing Inter on Saturday (and, no, the Belgian striker will not be in uniform).

There will also be a good game of Watford and Bayer Leverkusen in Austria on Saturday, while Sunday's second round has Spurs facing Matthijs de Ligt and Juventus in Singapore.

Friday
Borussia Dortmund v. Liverpool (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Saturday
Girona v. Bournemouth
Arsenal
v. Fiorentina (Charlotte)
Fulham v. Brighton and Hove Albion
Cheltenham Town v. Leicester City
Crewe Alexandra v. Burnley
Port Vale v. Burnley
Bromley v. Crystal Palace
Man City
v. wolves (Shanghai)
Inter Milan v. Manchester United (Singapore)
Newcastle United v. West Ham (Shanghai)
Northampton Town v. Sheffield United
Preston North End v. Southampton
Watford
v. Bayer Leverkusen (Austria)

Sunday
Shrewsbury Town v. Aston Villa
Liverpool
v. Sevilla (Boston)
Juventus v. Spurs (Singapore)

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