PSG's sporting director Leonardo said on the eve of the game that talks about the the Brazilian's exit were " more advanced than before ". "He has not completed a full week with the team and, for that reason, he will not play with us tomorrow (Sunday)", PSG coach Thomas Tuchel told reporters ahead of the league match against Nimes .
The long-feared departure of Benitez, after new contract talks broke down over the Spaniard's wage demands and how much control he would have over recruitment, while a £12 million-a-year-offer from China hung over the negotiations like a garish neon flashing light, has whipped up another storm on Tyneside.
In the tiebreak, Khachanov was down 0/2, then won four straight points, but Medvedev came back to win. "I knew how it's going to be", Medvedev said. The match is scheduled from 3 pm local time (8 pm August 10 BST) and you can find the Daniil Medvedev v Karen Khachanov live streaming options along with its preview, head to head and tips here.
West Ham United's Sebastien Haller (left) and Manchester City's Rodrigo Hernandez Rodri battle for the ball during the Premier League match at London Stadium. "At times, we were a bit sloppy in the first half, but once the second goal went in, I thought the boys were brilliant", Sterling said. " We have another game next week that we need to look forward to, capitalise on and take three points from there ".
On whether he expected any similar behaviour from Zaha, he said: "No, I trust him totally". The outcome he wanted was to be sold and leave, but it was the last thing we wanted. Despite Wilfried Zaha's failed attempt, there are speculations the forward could still head to a European club. 'We need to be picking up as many points as we can and we always go into games thinking we can win but we went down to 10 men and still played well.
He said he sought treatment Friday morning and was not able to keep going. He's hitting it so well that he still leads The Northern Trust Open. Johnson has won this FedEx Cup playoffs opener twice at other courses. But not much else has gone right for Woods, and there's little time to get back on track. His tie for sixth in the British Open a year ago got him back into the top 50 in the world and made him eligible for a World Golf Championship.