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iverpool’s pre-season takes them to the home of Scottish rugby on Sunday when they face Napoli in Edinburgh.The Reds have returned from an intense tour of the United States, and manager Jurgen Klopp didn’t have a win to reflect on from games against Borussia Dortmund, Sevilla and Sporting CP. However, the coach has said he’s hoping a number of key players are back for the showdown with the Serie A side.

Napoli will potentially be Liverpool’s toughest test of pre-season. They enjoyed a solid 2018-19 campaign under the guidance of Carlo Ancelotti and have completed the signing of impressive Greek international defender Kostas Manolas.

Here the key details for the game in the Scottish capital, including the latest odds and viewing information.

Date: Sunday, July 28

Time: 5 p.m. (BST), 12 p.m. (ET)

TV Info: LFC TV (UK)

Live Stream: Liverpool website (UK), B/R Live (U.S.)

Preview

These two sides met in the UEFA Champions League last term. Napoli won the first meeting 1-0 thanks to Lorenzo Insigne’s last-minute strike, and Mohamed Salah scored the only goal in the final group stage game at Anfield:

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Anfield erupts! 🙌

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The Egyptian’s contribution was vital, as it sent the Reds into the knockout stage at the expense of the Partenopei. Of course, Liverpool would go on to win the competition after a 2-0 victory in the final against Tottenham Hotspur.

Liverpool endured a tough spell on their United States tour, facing three difficult opponents.

While the focus is understandably on building fitness in these meetings, the team was often faced with physical challenges of a different sort. Against Sevilla in particular, there were a number of robust tackles thrown in.

After that draining encounter, Liverpool looked a little jaded in their 2-2 draw against Sporting.

The Liverpool.com Twitter account was unhappy with some of the treatment the Reds received in their games:

Liverpool.com
@Liverpoolcom_
CAN EVERYBODY STOP TRYING TO MAIM OUR PLAYERS PLEASE? #LFC

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Against the Lisbon club, Georginio Wijnaldum and Divock Origi were on the scoresheet for Liverpool. However, while there was some bright play in an attacking sense, Klopp’s side were unable to handle Bruno Fernandes, who opened the scoring on the day, and were caught napping when Wendel made the score 2-2 in the second half.

After what would have been a gruelling trip, Klopp will start to think about the new season in earnest in the coming days, starting with the match against Napoli.

As Liverpool journalist Jack Sear relayed, Xherdan Shaqiri and Naby Keita are back in training, with some other key men returning shortly:

Jack Sear

@JackSear
· Jul 25, 2019
Replying to @JackSear
Klopp on Oxlade-Chamberlain: “Ox was really involved in the game, he was really good and then he felt that and he could not really be part of the game anymore. Apart from that, really important. So far, he could make pretty much all sessions, which is unbelievably important.”

Jack Sear

@JackSear
Klopp also revealed that Keita and Shaqiri should be ready to start training with the team when Alisson, Salah and Firmino return next Monday. Lyon friendly was organised so that they can play a part.

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The match in Scotland will be a special occasion for Liverpool star Andrew Robertson. The Tartan Army skipper said he’s looking forward to the game on Twitter:

Liverpool will go toe-to-toe with Napoli on Sunday at Murrayfield as the Reds reach the final stages of their pre-season preparations.

With the start of the new Premier League season drawing closer, Liverpool will be hoping to reach a high level of fitness and intensity, and a dominant performance against Carlo Ancelotti’s men will stand them in good stead ahead of their season opener against Norwich.

Virgil van Dijk
​Napoli, of course, will be hoping for the same, although they are in an earlier stage of their pre-season, with three additional friendlies to play, including the inaugural two-legged La Liga-Serie A Cup between themselves and ​Barcelona.

Where to Watch

​When Is Kick Off? Sunday 28 July
What Time Is Kick Off? 17:00 (BST)
Where Is it Played? Murrayfield Stadium
TV Channel/Live Stream? LFC TV
Referee? TBC
Team News

​Liverpool continue to be without several players who represented their countries at international tournaments this summer.

​Mohamed Salah, ​Roberto Firmino and Alisson Becker are expected to return next week in time for Liverpool’s summer camp in Evian, while ​Sadio Mane isn’t due back until after the Community Shield final against ​Manchester City, having reached the Africa Cup of Nations final with Senegal.

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Nathaniel Clyne, meanwhile, has joined ​Naby Keita on the sidelines, having suffered a cruciate ligament rupture, ensuring the right back will be out for the majority of the season.

Napoli are currently missing Allan, Adam Ounas, David Ospina and Kalidou Koulibaly, who are on extended breaks having played in summer tournaments.

Predicted Lineups

​Liverpool Mignolet; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson; Henderson, Fabinho, Milner; Oxlade-Chamberlain, Origi, Wijnaldum.
Napoli Meret; Hysaj, Manolas, Chiriches, Ghoulam; Callejon, Gaetano, Zielinski, Insigne; Milik, Mertens.
Head to Head Record

 

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This includes two encounters in last season’s Champions League, with both teams winning 1-0 in their home games, indicating a fairly even battle. They also contested a friendly last year, which Liverpool dominated in a 5-0 victory.

Recent Form

Both sides have enjoyed a mixed pre-season thus far. After swiping aside lower division English teams in their first two friendlies, Liverpool went winless in their three games against sterner opposition in the United States.

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Liverpool Napoli : Liverpool ‘s pre -season takes them to the home of Scottish rugby on Sunday when they face Napoli in Edinburgh Liverpool Napoli have a chance to secure a place in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 in their final match of the group stage at Anfield. Murrayfield Kick-off time 3pm BST, Sunday 28 July

iverpool’s pre-season takes them to the home of Scottish rugby on Sunday when they face Napoli in Edinburgh.The Reds have returned from an intense tour of the United States, and manager Jurgen Klopp didn’t have a win to reflect on from games against Borussia Dortmund, Sevilla and Sporting CP. However, the coach has said he’s hoping a number of key players are back for the showdown with the Serie A side.

Napoli will potentially be Liverpool’s toughest test of pre-season. They enjoyed a solid 2018-19 campaign under the guidance of Carlo Ancelotti and have completed the signing of impressive Greek international defender Kostas Manolas.

 

Date: Sunday, July 28

Time: 5 p.m. (BST), 12 p.m. (ET)

TV Info: LFC TV (UK)

Live Stream: Liverpool website (UK), B/R Live (U.S.)

Preview

These two sides met in the UEFA Champions League last term. Napoli won the first meeting 1-0 thanks to Lorenzo Insigne’s last-minute strike, and Mohamed Salah scored the only goal in the final group stage game at Anfield:

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Anfield erupts! 🙌

The man for the big occasion does it again!

Mohamed Salah puts Liverpool 1-0 up against Napoli 🔴

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The Egyptian’s contribution was vital, as it sent the Reds into the knockout stage at the expense of the Partenopei. Of course, Liverpool would go on to win the competition after a 2-0 victory in the final against Tottenham Hotspur.

Liverpool endured a tough spell on their United States tour, facing three difficult opponents.

While the focus is understandably on building fitness in these meetings, the team was often faced with physical challenges of a different sort. Against Sevilla in particular, there were a number of robust tackles thrown in.

After that draining encounter, Liverpool looked a little jaded in their 2-2 draw against Sporting.

The Liverpool.com Twitter account was unhappy with some of the treatment the Reds received in their games:

Liverpool.com
@Liverpoolcom_
CAN EVERYBODY STOP TRYING TO MAIM OUR PLAYERS PLEASE? #LFC

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6:52 AM – Jul 25, 2019
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Against the Lisbon club, Georginio Wijnaldum and Divock Origi were on the scoresheet for Liverpool. However, while there was some bright play in an attacking sense, Klopp’s side were unable to handle Bruno Fernandes, who opened the scoring on the day, and were caught napping when Wendel made the score 2-2 in the second half.

After what would have been a gruelling trip, Klopp will start to think about the new season in earnest in the coming days, starting with the match against Napoli.

As Liverpool journalist Jack Sear relayed, Xherdan Shaqiri and Naby Keita are back in training, with some other key men returning shortly:

Jack Sear

@JackSear
· Jul 25, 2019
Replying to @JackSear
Klopp on Oxlade-Chamberlain: “Ox was really involved in the game, he was really good and then he felt that and he could not really be part of the game anymore. Apart from that, really important. So far, he could make pretty much all sessions, which is unbelievably important.”

Jack Sear

@JackSear
Klopp also revealed that Keita and Shaqiri should be ready to start training with the team when Alisson, Salah and Firmino return next Monday. Lyon friendly was organised so that they can play a part.

31
10:44 PM – Jul 25, 2019
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The match in Scotland will be a special occasion for Liverpool star Andrew Robertson. The Tartan Army skipper said he’s looking forward to the game on Twitter:

Liverpool will go toe-to-toe with Napoli on Sunday at Murrayfield as the Reds reach the final stages of their pre-season preparations.

With the start of the new Premier League season drawing closer, Liverpool will be hoping to reach a high level of fitness and intensity, and a dominant performance against Carlo Ancelotti’s men will stand them in good stead ahead of their season opener against Norwich.

Virgil van Dijk
​Napoli, of course, will be hoping for the same, although they are in an earlier stage of their pre-season, with three additional friendlies to play, including the inaugural two-legged La Liga-Serie A Cup between themselves and ​Barcelona.

Where to Watch

​When Is Kick Off? Sunday 28 July
What Time Is Kick Off? 17:00 (BST)
Where Is it Played? Murrayfield Stadium
TV Channel/Live Stream? LFC TV
Referee? TBC
Team News

​Liverpool continue to be without several players who represented their countries at international tournaments this summer.

​Mohamed Salah, ​Roberto Firmino and Alisson Becker are expected to return next week in time for Liverpool’s summer camp in Evian, while ​Sadio Mane isn’t due back until after the Community Shield final against ​Manchester City, having reached the Africa Cup of Nations final with Senegal.

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Nathaniel Clyne, meanwhile, has joined ​Naby Keita on the sidelines, having suffered a cruciate ligament rupture, ensuring the right back will be out for the majority of the season.

Napoli are currently missing Allan, Adam Ounas, David Ospina and Kalidou Koulibaly, who are on extended breaks having played in summer tournaments.

Predicted Lineups

​Liverpool Mignolet; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson; Henderson, Fabinho, Milner; Oxlade-Chamberlain, Origi, Wijnaldum.
Napoli Meret; Hysaj, Manolas, Chiriches, Ghoulam; Callejon, Gaetano, Zielinski, Insigne; Milik, Mertens.
Head to Head Record

These two sides have met just four times in competitive matches, with Liverpool winning two, losing one and drawing one.

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This includes two encounters in last season’s Champions League, with both teams winning 1-0 in their home games, indicating a fairly even battle. They also contested a friendly last year, which Liverpool dominated in a 5-0 victory.

Recent Form

Both sides have enjoyed a mixed pre-season thus far. After swiping aside lower division English teams in their first two friendlies, Liverpool went winless in their three games against sterner opposition in the United States.

Napoli vs Liverpool Live

Napoli vs Liverpool: Napoli vs Liverpool2019 Pre-season friendly Venue: Murrayfield Kick-off time: 3pm BST, Sunday 28 July Liverpool continue their pre-season .Napoli vs Liverpool in a pre-season friendly. Liverpool finished their tour of the USA with a 2-2 draw with Sporting Lisbon on Thursday

iverpool’s pre-season takes them to the home of Scottish rugby on Sunday when they face Napoli in Edinburgh.The Reds have returned from an intense tour of the United States, and manager Jurgen Klopp didn’t have a win to reflect on from games against Borussia Dortmund, Sevilla and Sporting CP. However, the coach has said he’s hoping a number of key players are back for the showdown with the Serie A side.

Here the key details for the game in the Scottish capital, including the latest odds and viewing information.

Date: Sunday, July 28

Time: 5 p.m. (BST), 12 p.m. (ET)

TV Info: LFC TV (UK)

Live Stream: Liverpool website (UK), B/R Live (U.S.)

Preview

These two sides met in the UEFA Champions League last term. Napoli won the first meeting 1-0 thanks to Lorenzo Insigne’s last-minute strike, and Mohamed Salah scored the only goal in the final group stage game at Anfield:

Football on BT Sport

@btsportfootball
Anfield erupts! 🙌

The man for the big occasion does it again!

Mohamed Salah puts Liverpool 1-0 up against Napoli 🔴

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2:39 AM – Dec 12, 2018
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The Egyptian’s contribution was vital, as it sent the Reds into the knockout stage at the expense of the Partenopei. Of course, Liverpool would go on to win the competition after a 2-0 victory in the final against Tottenham Hotspur.

Liverpool endured a tough spell on their United States tour, facing three difficult opponents.

While the focus is understandably on building fitness in these meetings, the team was often faced with physical challenges of a different sort. Against Sevilla in particular, there were a number of robust tackles thrown in.

After that draining encounter, Liverpool looked a little jaded in their 2-2 draw against Sporting.

The Liverpool.com Twitter account was unhappy with some of the treatment the Reds received in their games:

Liverpool.com
@Liverpoolcom_
CAN EVERYBODY STOP TRYING TO MAIM OUR PLAYERS PLEASE? #LFC

18
6:52 AM – Jul 25, 2019
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Against the Lisbon club, Georginio Wijnaldum and Divock Origi were on the scoresheet for Liverpool. However, while there was some bright play in an attacking sense, Klopp’s side were unable to handle Bruno Fernandes, who opened the scoring on the day, and were caught napping when Wendel made the score 2-2 in the second half.

After what would have been a gruelling trip, Klopp will start to think about the new season in earnest in the coming days, starting with the match against Napoli.

As Liverpool journalist Jack Sear relayed, Xherdan Shaqiri and Naby Keita are back in training, with some other key men returning shortly:

Jack Sear

@JackSear
· Jul 25, 2019
Replying to @JackSear
Klopp on Oxlade-Chamberlain: “Ox was really involved in the game, he was really good and then he felt that and he could not really be part of the game anymore. Apart from that, really important. So far, he could make pretty much all sessions, which is unbelievably important.”

Jack Sear

@JackSear
Klopp also revealed that Keita and Shaqiri should be ready to start training with the team when Alisson, Salah and Firmino return next Monday. Lyon friendly was organised so that they can play a part.

31
10:44 PM – Jul 25, 2019
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The match in Scotland will be a special occasion for Liverpool star Andrew Robertson. The Tartan Army skipper said he’s looking forward to the game on Twitter:

Liverpool will go toe-to-toe with Napoli on Sunday at Murrayfield as the Reds reach the final stages of their pre-season preparations.

With the start of the new Premier League season drawing closer, Liverpool will be hoping to reach a high level of fitness and intensity, and a dominant performance against Carlo Ancelotti’s men will stand them in good stead ahead of their season opener against Norwich.

Virgil van Dijk
​Napoli, of course, will be hoping for the same, although they are in an earlier stage of their pre-season, with three additional friendlies to play, including the inaugural two-legged La Liga-Serie A Cup between themselves and ​Barcelona.

Where to Watch

​When Is Kick Off? Sunday 28 July
What Time Is Kick Off? 17:00 (BST)
Where Is it Played? Murrayfield Stadium
TV Channel/Live Stream? LFC TV
Referee? TBC
Team News

​Liverpool continue to be without several players who represented their countries at international tournaments this summer.

​Mohamed Salah, ​Roberto Firmino and Alisson Becker are expected to return next week in time for Liverpool’s summer camp in Evian, while ​Sadio Mane isn’t due back until after the Community Shield final against ​Manchester City, having reached the Africa Cup of Nations final with Senegal.

FBL-ITA-SERIEA-NAPOLI-CAGLIARI
Nathaniel Clyne, meanwhile, has joined ​Naby Keita on the sidelines, having suffered a cruciate ligament rupture, ensuring the right back will be out for the majority of the season.

Napoli are currently missing Allan, Adam Ounas, David Ospina and Kalidou Koulibaly, who are on extended breaks having played in summer tournaments.

Predicted Lineups

​Liverpool Mignolet; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson; Henderson, Fabinho, Milner; Oxlade-Chamberlain, Origi, Wijnaldum.
Napoli Meret; Hysaj, Manolas, Chiriches, Ghoulam; Callejon, Gaetano, Zielinski, Insigne; Milik, Mertens.
Head to Head Record

These two sides have met just four times in competitive matches, with Liverpool winning two, losing one and drawing one.

FBL-EUR-C1-LIVERPOOL-TRAINING
This includes two encounters in last season’s Champions League, with both teams winning 1-0 in their home games, indicating a fairly even battle. They also contested a friendly last year, which Liverpool dominated in a 5-0 victory.

Recent Form

Both sides have enjoyed a mixed pre-season thus far. After swiping aside lower division English teams in their first two friendlies, Liverpool went winless in their three games against sterner opposition in the United States.

Liverpool vs Napoli Live

Liverpool vs Napoli: Liverpool continue their pre-season preparation against Napoli on Sunday as they approach one of the most Liverpool vs Napoli anticipated Community Shield Liverpool have something to prove heading into their pre-season friendly clash with Napoli in Edinburgh. The Reds haven’t won in their las

iverpool’s pre-season takes them to the home of Scottish rugby on Sunday when they face Napoli in Edinburgh.The Reds have returned from an intense tour of the United States, and manager Jurgen Klopp didn’t have a win to reflect on from games against Borussia Dortmund, Sevilla and Sporting CP. However, the coach has said he’s hoping a number of key players are back for the showdown with the Serie A side.

Napoli will potentially be Liverpool’s toughest test of pre-season. They enjoyed a solid 2018-19 campaign under the guidance of Carlo Ancelotti and have completed the signing of impressive Greek international defender Kostas Manolas.

Here the key details for the game in the Scottish capital, including the latest odds and viewing information.

Date: Sunday, July 28

Time: 5 p.m. (BST), 12 p.m. (ET)

TV Info: LFC TV (UK)

Live Stream: Liverpool website (UK), B/R Live (U.S.)

Preview

These two sides met in the UEFA Champions League last term. Napoli won the first meeting 1-0 thanks to Lorenzo Insigne’s last-minute strike, and Mohamed Salah scored the only goal in the final group stage game at Anfield:

Football on BT Sport

@btsportfootball
Anfield erupts! 🙌

The man for the big occasion does it again!

Mohamed Salah puts Liverpool 1-0 up against Napoli 🔴

Embedded video
4,312
2:39 AM – Dec 12, 2018
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928 people are talking about this
The Egyptian’s contribution was vital, as it sent the Reds into the knockout stage at the expense of the Partenopei. Of course, Liverpool would go on to win the competition after a 2-0 victory in the final against Tottenham Hotspur.

Liverpool endured a tough spell on their United States tour, facing three difficult opponents.

While the focus is understandably on building fitness in these meetings, the team was often faced with physical challenges of a different sort. Against Sevilla in particular, there were a number of robust tackles thrown in.

After that draining encounter, Liverpool looked a little jaded in their 2-2 draw against Sporting.

The Liverpool.com Twitter account was unhappy with some of the treatment the Reds received in their games:

Liverpool.com
@Liverpoolcom_
CAN EVERYBODY STOP TRYING TO MAIM OUR PLAYERS PLEASE? #LFC

18
6:52 AM – Jul 25, 2019
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Against the Lisbon club, Georginio Wijnaldum and Divock Origi were on the scoresheet for Liverpool. However, while there was some bright play in an attacking sense, Klopp’s side were unable to handle Bruno Fernandes, who opened the scoring on the day, and were caught napping when Wendel made the score 2-2 in the second half.

After what would have been a gruelling trip, Klopp will start to think about the new season in earnest in the coming days, starting with the match against Napoli.

As Liverpool journalist Jack Sear relayed, Xherdan Shaqiri and Naby Keita are back in training, with some other key men returning shortly:

Jack Sear

@JackSear
· Jul 25, 2019
Replying to @JackSear
Klopp on Oxlade-Chamberlain: “Ox was really involved in the game, he was really good and then he felt that and he could not really be part of the game anymore. Apart from that, really important. So far, he could make pretty much all sessions, which is unbelievably important.”

Jack Sear

@JackSear
Klopp also revealed that Keita and Shaqiri should be ready to start training with the team when Alisson, Salah and Firmino return next Monday. Lyon friendly was organised so that they can play a part.

31
10:44 PM – Jul 25, 2019
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The match in Scotland will be a special occasion for Liverpool star Andrew Robertson. The Tartan Army skipper said he’s looking forward to the game on Twitter:

Liverpool will go toe-to-toe with Napoli on Sunday at Murrayfield as the Reds reach the final stages of their pre-season preparations.

With the start of the new Premier League season drawing closer, Liverpool will be hoping to reach a high level of fitness and intensity, and a dominant performance against Carlo Ancelotti’s men will stand them in good stead ahead of their season opener against Norwich.

Virgil van Dijk
​Napoli, of course, will be hoping for the same, although they are in an earlier stage of their pre-season, with three additional friendlies to play, including the inaugural two-legged La Liga-Serie A Cup between themselves and ​Barcelona.

Where to Watch

​When Is Kick Off? Sunday 28 July
What Time Is Kick Off? 17:00 (BST)
Where Is it Played? Murrayfield Stadium
TV Channel/Live Stream? LFC TV
Referee? TBC
Team News

​Liverpool continue to be without several players who represented their countries at international tournaments this summer.

​Mohamed Salah, ​Roberto Firmino and Alisson Becker are expected to return next week in time for Liverpool’s summer camp in Evian, while ​Sadio Mane isn’t due back until after the Community Shield final against ​Manchester City, having reached the Africa Cup of Nations final with Senegal.

FBL-ITA-SERIEA-NAPOLI-CAGLIARI
Nathaniel Clyne, meanwhile, has joined ​Naby Keita on the sidelines, having suffered a cruciate ligament rupture, ensuring the right back will be out for the majority of the season.

Napoli are currently missing Allan, Adam Ounas, David Ospina and Kalidou Koulibaly, who are on extended breaks having played in summer tournaments.

Predicted Lineups

​Liverpool Mignolet; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson; Henderson, Fabinho, Milner; Oxlade-Chamberlain, Origi, Wijnaldum.
Napoli Meret; Hysaj, Manolas, Chiriches, Ghoulam; Callejon, Gaetano, Zielinski, Insigne; Milik, Mertens.
Head to Head Record

These two sides have met just four times in competitive matches, with Liverpool winning two, losing one and drawing one.

FBL-EUR-C1-LIVERPOOL-TRAINING
This includes two encounters in last season’s Champions League, with both teams winning 1-0 in their home games, indicating a fairly even battle. They also contested a friendly last year, which Liverpool dominated in a 5-0 victory.

F1 German Grand Prix 2019 Live

F1 German Grand Prix 2019 Live: German Grand Prix 2019 also is known as Formula 1 Pirelli Grand Prix de France 2019 will be on 29th June 2019. Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France will host the event on Sunday. You can check out the full list to the race below.Formula one 2019 continues with the German Grand Prix 2019. Find complete channels to German Grand Prix 2019 below. The 2019 German Grand Prix 2019 is soon to take center stage.

Ferrari looked to have a car capable of not only taking pole position but also locking out the front row of the grid for the German Grand Prix – but in dramatic circumstances first home hero Sebastian Vettel and then Charles Leclerc suffered reliability problems, opening the door for Lewis Hamilton to take an unlikely pole position on Mercedes’ anniversary weekend.

The Silver Arrows lacked the pace to compete with Ferrari in Friday practice, and even when the temperatures dropped by 10 degrees Celsius for Saturday, they were no match for the Prancing Horse. But home fans’ hearts were broken when Vettel failed to set a laptime in Q1, the German facing a back of the grid start after the team detected a problem with the airflow to the turbo while the four-time champion was on his out-lap.

His team mate Leclerc looked like he would at least give his team something to smile about, easing through Q1 and setting the second fastest time in Q2. But then the gremlins struck on his side of the garage with a fuel system problem forcing him to clamber out of his cockpit without a time in Q3.

Like the champion he is, Hamilton pounced on the surprise opportunity that presented itself to take his fourth pole position of the season and eighth for Mercedes in 11 races. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen slotted into second, around three tenths of a second off the pace, with Valtteri Bottas taking third in the other Silver Arrow.

Pierre Gasly bounced back from a crash in Friday practice with the fourth quickest time, the Frenchman having his final lap deleted for exceeding track limits, with Kimi Raikkonen a brilliant fifth for Alfa Romeo and Romain Grosjean sixth in the Melbourne-spec Haas. Racing Point’s heavily updated car impressed with Sergio Perez putting it eighth on the grid, a tenth behind McLaren’s Carlos Sainz and a tenth clear of Renault’s Nico Hulkenberg, who is the leading German on the grid.

Leclerc was classified as 10th but it remains unclear as to whether he, or indeed team mate Vettel, will require engine component changes after their respective failures.
Ferrari were quick in sizzling temperatures on Friday and continued that supreme pace when conditions cooled on Saturday for final practice. Pole, and indeed the front row, looked to be theirs for the taking. But then disaster struck within moments of qualifying starting.

Vettel reported a loss of power on his out-lap and retreated to the pits. It quickly became clear the problem, traced to the airflow to the turbo, was not a quick fix and he clambered out of his car without having set a lap time. It means the four-time world champion will start from the back of the grid.

“I don’t know what happened, something broke with the turbo and that was game over from there,” Vettel told reporters. “Obviously very bitter, I think the car was great and I lost out on a big chance but hopefully we’ll have a big one coming tomorrow.

“I’m looking forward to the race but obviously it would’ve been nicer to start at the very front than the very back, but we’ll see what happens.”
Charles Leclerc looked like he had the pace to take his third career pole position and give Ferrari something to smile about as he eased through Q1 and Q2. But then the gremlins made their way to his side of the garage. This time, it was a fuel system issue at the very start of Q3 – an issue that will force Leclerc to start P10.

“It’s a shame, but we’ll be trying to understand what happened and not reproduce it,” he said. “It’s a difficult day for the team. I hope it’ll be a more positive day tomorrow.“I felt great in the car and the car felt great all weekend, so it’s a shame it ends up like this.”

Team boss Mattia Binotto took full responsibility for the issues, saying both issues were new to Ferrari and that an in-depth analysis would be carried out.While Leclerc and Vettel will be frustrated, they can at least take hope from the fact Ferrari’s Rubens Barrichello won from 18th on the grid in a rain-hit race at Hockenheim in 2000, particularly as rain is forecast for tomorrow’s race…
On a weekend when they expected they might struggle, Mercedes now face a great chance of scoring victory in the marque’s 200th race, with Lewis Hamilton on pole and Valtteri Bottas third behind Red Bull’s Max Verstappen – though Wolff was sad their great rivals aren’t up there with them.

“It’s a shame for Ferrari, a shame for Sebastian at this home Grand Prix – we really need him here for the crowd and you can see that it’s a bit subdued at the moment,” he said.“Ferrari really have an illness in there that they need to cure, it’s a shame because we need them for a strong championship.”

German Grand Prix 2019 Live

German Grand Prix 2019 Live: The German Grand Prix marks the mid-point of the 2019 Formula 1 season – with Lewis Hamilton sailing towards the title.The 17-turn, 4.574-kilometer course first hosted a Formula 1 race in 1970 and, despite a reconfiguration in 2002 that cut down on the distance, remains a relatively fast course for F1. Sunday’s German Grand Prix is scheduled for 67 laps and a total distance of 306.458 kilometers. Only Monaco (66), Italy (69) and Great Britain (70) have hosted more F1 races than Germany

Ferrari looked to have a car capable of not only taking pole position but also locking out the front row of the grid for the German Grand Prix – but in dramatic circumstances first home hero Sebastian Vettel and then Charles Leclerc suffered reliability problems, opening the door for Lewis Hamilton to take an unlikely pole position on Mercedes’ anniversary weekend.

The Silver Arrows lacked the pace to compete with Ferrari in Friday practice, and even when the temperatures dropped by 10 degrees Celsius for Saturday, they were no match for the Prancing Horse. But home fans’ hearts were broken when Vettel failed to set a laptime in Q1, the German facing a back of the grid start after the team detected a problem with the airflow to the turbo while the four-time champion was on his out-lap.

His team mate Leclerc looked like he would at least give his team something to smile about, easing through Q1 and setting the second fastest time in Q2. But then the gremlins struck on his side of the garage with a fuel system problem forcing him to clamber out of his cockpit without a time in Q3.

Like the champion he is, Hamilton pounced on the surprise opportunity that presented itself to take his fourth pole position of the season and eighth for Mercedes in 11 races. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen slotted into second, around three tenths of a second off the pace, with Valtteri Bottas taking third in the other Silver Arrow.

Pierre Gasly bounced back from a crash in Friday practice with the fourth quickest time, the Frenchman having his final lap deleted for exceeding track limits, with Kimi Raikkonen a brilliant fifth for Alfa Romeo and Romain Grosjean sixth in the Melbourne-spec Haas. Racing Point’s heavily updated car impressed with Sergio Perez putting it eighth on the grid, a tenth behind McLaren’s Carlos Sainz and a tenth clear of Renault’s Nico Hulkenberg, who is the leading German on the grid.

Leclerc was classified as 10th but it remains unclear as to whether he, or indeed team mate Vettel, will require engine component changes after their respective failures.
Ferrari were quick in sizzling temperatures on Friday and continued that supreme pace when conditions cooled on Saturday for final practice. Pole, and indeed the front row, looked to be theirs for the taking. But then disaster struck within moments of qualifying starting.

Vettel reported a loss of power on his out-lap and retreated to the pits. It quickly became clear the problem, traced to the airflow to the turbo, was not a quick fix and he clambered out of his car without having set a lap time. It means the four-time world champion will start from the back of the grid.

“I don’t know what happened, something broke with the turbo and that was game over from there,” Vettel told reporters. “Obviously very bitter, I think the car was great and I lost out on a big chance but hopefully we’ll have a big one coming tomorrow.

“I’m looking forward to the race but obviously it would’ve been nicer to start at the very front than the very back, but we’ll see what happens.”
Charles Leclerc looked like he had the pace to take his third career pole position and give Ferrari something to smile about as he eased through Q1 and Q2. But then the gremlins made their way to his side of the garage. This time, it was a fuel system issue at the very start of Q3 – an issue that will force Leclerc to start P10.

“It’s a shame, but we’ll be trying to understand what happened and not reproduce it,” he said. “It’s a difficult day for the team. I hope it’ll be a more positive day tomorrow.“I felt great in the car and the car felt great all weekend, so it’s a shame it ends up like this.”

Team boss Mattia Binotto took full responsibility for the issues, saying both issues were new to Ferrari and that an in-depth analysis would be carried out.While Leclerc and Vettel will be frustrated, they can at least take hope from the fact Ferrari’s Rubens Barrichello won from 18th on the grid in a rain-hit race at Hockenheim in 2000, particularly as rain is forecast for tomorrow’s race…
On a weekend when they expected they might struggle, Mercedes now face a great chance of scoring victory in the marque’s 200th race, with Lewis Hamilton on pole and Valtteri Bottas third behind Red Bull’s Max Verstappen – though Wolff was sad their great rivals aren’t up there with them.

“It’s a shame for Ferrari, a shame for Sebastian at this home Grand Prix – we really need him here for the crowd and you can see that it’s a bit subdued at the moment,” he said.“Ferrari really have an illness in there that they need to cure, it’s a shame because we need them for a strong championship.”

German Grand Prix Live

German Grand Prix Live: The German Grand Prix in 2019 returns to the iconic Hockenheimring. while Bottas himself fell out of the race with three laps to go after striking debris from the sheer carnage that had befallen the track in the past hour. The Baku City Circuit is the fastest street circuit in Formula One racing calendar, designed by renowned F1 track architect Hermann Tilke. There is an extremely narrow uphill section at the old town wall which requires drivers pinpoint accuracy and courag

Ferrari looked to have a car capable of not only taking pole position but also locking out the front row of the grid for the German Grand Prix – but in dramatic circumstances first home hero Sebastian Vettel and then Charles Leclerc suffered reliability problems, opening the door for Lewis Hamilton to take an unlikely pole position on Mercedes’ anniversary weekend.

The Silver Arrows lacked the pace to compete with Ferrari in Friday practice, and even when the temperatures dropped by 10 degrees Celsius for Saturday, they were no match for the Prancing Horse. But home fans’ hearts were broken when Vettel failed to set a laptime in Q1, the German facing a back of the grid start after the team detected a problem with the airflow to the turbo while the four-time champion was on his out-lap.

His team mate Leclerc looked like he would at least give his team something to smile about, easing through Q1 and setting the second fastest time in Q2. But then the gremlins struck on his side of the garage with a fuel system problem forcing him to clamber out of his cockpit without a time in Q3.

Like the champion he is, Hamilton pounced on the surprise opportunity that presented itself to take his fourth pole position of the season and eighth for Mercedes in 11 races. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen slotted into second, around three tenths of a second off the pace, with Valtteri Bottas taking third in the other Silver Arrow.

Pierre Gasly bounced back from a crash in Friday practice with the fourth quickest time, the Frenchman having his final lap deleted for exceeding track limits, with Kimi Raikkonen a brilliant fifth for Alfa Romeo and Romain Grosjean sixth in the Melbourne-spec Haas. Racing Point’s heavily updated car impressed with Sergio Perez putting it eighth on the grid, a tenth behind McLaren’s Carlos Sainz and a tenth clear of Renault’s Nico Hulkenberg, who is the leading German on the grid.

Leclerc was classified as 10th but it remains unclear as to whether he, or indeed team mate Vettel, will require engine component changes after their respective failures.
Ferrari were quick in sizzling temperatures on Friday and continued that supreme pace when conditions cooled on Saturday for final practice. Pole, and indeed the front row, looked to be theirs for the taking. But then disaster struck within moments of qualifying starting.

Vettel reported a loss of power on his out-lap and retreated to the pits. It quickly became clear the problem, traced to the airflow to the turbo, was not a quick fix and he clambered out of his car without having set a lap time. It means the four-time world champion will start from the back of the grid.

“I don’t know what happened, something broke with the turbo and that was game over from there,” Vettel told reporters. “Obviously very bitter, I think the car was great and I lost out on a big chance but hopefully we’ll have a big one coming tomorrow.

“I’m looking forward to the race but obviously it would’ve been nicer to start at the very front than the very back, but we’ll see what happens.”
Charles Leclerc looked like he had the pace to take his third career pole position and give Ferrari something to smile about as he eased through Q1 and Q2. But then the gremlins made their way to his side of the garage. This time, it was a fuel system issue at the very start of Q3 – an issue that will force Leclerc to start P10.

“It’s a shame, but we’ll be trying to understand what happened and not reproduce it,” he said. “It’s a difficult day for the team. I hope it’ll be a more positive day tomorrow.“I felt great in the car and the car felt great all weekend, so it’s a shame it ends up like this.”

Team boss Mattia Binotto took full responsibility for the issues, saying both issues were new to Ferrari and that an in-depth analysis would be carried out.While Leclerc and Vettel will be frustrated, they can at least take hope from the fact Ferrari’s Rubens Barrichello won from 18th on the grid in a rain-hit race at Hockenheim in 2000, particularly as rain is forecast for tomorrow’s race…
On a weekend when they expected they might struggle, Mercedes now face a great chance of scoring victory in the marque’s 200th race, with Lewis Hamilton on pole and Valtteri Bottas third behind Red Bull’s Max Verstappen – though Wolff was sad their great rivals aren’t up there with them.

“It’s a shame for Ferrari, a shame for Sebastian at this home Grand Prix – we really need him here for the crowd and you can see that it’s a bit subdued at the moment,” he said.“Ferrari really have an illness in there that they need to cure, it’s a shame because we need them for a strong championship.”

San Francisco Marathon 2019 Live

San Francisco Marathon 2019 Live: This year’s race will take place on Sunday, July 28. Participants have the option of completing a full marathon, one of two half marathons (either running the first or second half of the marathon course), an ultramarathon, or a 5K.This Sunday morning, the San Francisco Marathon Returns for the 42nd Version. Nearly 26,000 runners and more than 80,000 spectators are expected to complete town on race day. Five Different races will need participants in the Embarcadero, Marina, North Beach and over the Golden Gate Bridge.

Ferrari looked to have a car capable of not only taking pole position but also locking out the front row of the grid for the German Grand Prix – but in dramatic circumstances first home hero Sebastian Vettel and then Charles Leclerc suffered reliability problems, opening the door for Lewis Hamilton to take an unlikely pole position on Mercedes’ anniversary weekend.

The Silver Arrows lacked the pace to compete with Ferrari in Friday practice, and even when the temperatures dropped by 10 degrees Celsius for Saturday, they were no match for the Prancing Horse. But home fans’ hearts were broken when Vettel failed to set a laptime in Q1, the German facing a back of the grid start after the team detected a problem with the airflow to the turbo while the four-time champion was on his out-lap.

His team mate Leclerc looked like he would at least give his team something to smile about, easing through Q1 and setting the second fastest time in Q2. But then the gremlins struck on his side of the garage with a fuel system problem forcing him to clamber out of his cockpit without a time in Q3.

Like the champion he is, Hamilton pounced on the surprise opportunity that presented itself to take his fourth pole position of the season and eighth for Mercedes in 11 races. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen slotted into second, around three tenths of a second off the pace, with Valtteri Bottas taking third in the other Silver Arrow.

Pierre Gasly bounced back from a crash in Friday practice with the fourth quickest time, the Frenchman having his final lap deleted for exceeding track limits, with Kimi Raikkonen a brilliant fifth for Alfa Romeo and Romain Grosjean sixth in the Melbourne-spec Haas. Racing Point’s heavily updated car impressed with Sergio Perez putting it eighth on the grid, a tenth behind McLaren’s Carlos Sainz and a tenth clear of Renault’s Nico Hulkenberg, who is the leading German on the grid.

Leclerc was classified as 10th but it remains unclear as to whether he, or indeed team mate Vettel, will require engine component changes after their respective failures.
Ferrari were quick in sizzling temperatures on Friday and continued that supreme pace when conditions cooled on Saturday for final practice. Pole, and indeed the front row, looked to be theirs for the taking. But then disaster struck within moments of qualifying starting.

Vettel reported a loss of power on his out-lap and retreated to the pits. It quickly became clear the problem, traced to the airflow to the turbo, was not a quick fix and he clambered out of his car without having set a lap time. It means the four-time world champion will start from the back of the grid.

“I don’t know what happened, something broke with the turbo and that was game over from there,” Vettel told reporters. “Obviously very bitter, I think the car was great and I lost out on a big chance but hopefully we’ll have a big one coming tomorrow.

“I’m looking forward to the race but obviously it would’ve been nicer to start at the very front than the very back, but we’ll see what happens.”
Charles Leclerc looked like he had the pace to take his third career pole position and give Ferrari something to smile about as he eased through Q1 and Q2. But then the gremlins made their way to his side of the garage. This time, it was a fuel system issue at the very start of Q3 – an issue that will force Leclerc to start P10.

“It’s a shame, but we’ll be trying to understand what happened and not reproduce it,” he said. “It’s a difficult day for the team. I hope it’ll be a more positive day tomorrow.“I felt great in the car and the car felt great all weekend, so it’s a shame it ends up like this.”

Team boss Mattia Binotto took full responsibility for the issues, saying both issues were new to Ferrari and that an in-depth analysis would be carried out.While Leclerc and Vettel will be frustrated, they can at least take hope from the fact Ferrari’s Rubens Barrichello won from 18th on the grid in a rain-hit race at Hockenheim in 2000, particularly as rain is forecast for tomorrow’s race…
On a weekend when they expected they might struggle, Mercedes now face a great chance of scoring victory in the marque’s 200th race, with Lewis Hamilton on pole and Valtteri Bottas third behind Red Bull’s Max Verstappen – though Wolff was sad their great rivals aren’t up there with them.

“It’s a shame for Ferrari, a shame for Sebastian at this home Grand Prix – we really need him here for the crowd and you can see that it’s a bit subdued at the moment,” he said.“Ferrari really have an illness in there that they need to cure, it’s a shame because we need them for a strong championship.”

San Francisco Marathon

San Francisco Marathon Live: The 2019 San Francisco Marathon will take place on July 28. This Sunday, over 27,000 people will take to the streets of San Francisco to run one of the most scenic, urban marathon courses in the world. Runners will take in waterfront views, go over the Golden Gate Bridge (twice), go all over Golden Gate Park, through the Haight Ashbury, and past the ballpark before completing the 26.2 mile loop that includes an elevation gain (total) of 1,175 feet — all before most of us have even gotten out of bed or figured out where we’re having brunch.

Ferrari looked to have a car capable of not only taking pole position but also locking out the front row of the grid for the German Grand Prix – but in dramatic circumstances first home hero Sebastian Vettel and then Charles Leclerc suffered reliability problems, opening the door for Lewis Hamilton to take an unlikely pole position on Mercedes’ anniversary weekend.

The Silver Arrows lacked the pace to compete with Ferrari in Friday practice, and even when the temperatures dropped by 10 degrees Celsius for Saturday, they were no match for the Prancing Horse. But home fans’ hearts were broken when Vettel failed to set a laptime in Q1, the German facing a back of the grid start after the team detected a problem with the airflow to the turbo while the four-time champion was on his out-lap.

His team mate Leclerc looked like he would at least give his team something to smile about, easing through Q1 and setting the second fastest time in Q2. But then the gremlins struck on his side of the garage with a fuel system problem forcing him to clamber out of his cockpit without a time in Q3.

Like the champion he is, Hamilton pounced on the surprise opportunity that presented itself to take his fourth pole position of the season and eighth for Mercedes in 11 races. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen slotted into second, around three tenths of a second off the pace, with Valtteri Bottas taking third in the other Silver Arrow.

Pierre Gasly bounced back from a crash in Friday practice with the fourth quickest time, the Frenchman having his final lap deleted for exceeding track limits, with Kimi Raikkonen a brilliant fifth for Alfa Romeo and Romain Grosjean sixth in the Melbourne-spec Haas. Racing Point’s heavily updated car impressed with Sergio Perez putting it eighth on the grid, a tenth behind McLaren’s Carlos Sainz and a tenth clear of Renault’s Nico Hulkenberg, who is the leading German on the grid.

Leclerc was classified as 10th but it remains unclear as to whether he, or indeed team mate Vettel, will require engine component changes after their respective failures.
Ferrari were quick in sizzling temperatures on Friday and continued that supreme pace when conditions cooled on Saturday for final practice. Pole, and indeed the front row, looked to be theirs for the taking. But then disaster struck within moments of qualifying starting.

Vettel reported a loss of power on his out-lap and retreated to the pits. It quickly became clear the problem, traced to the airflow to the turbo, was not a quick fix and he clambered out of his car without having set a lap time. It means the four-time world champion will start from the back of the grid.

“I don’t know what happened, something broke with the turbo and that was game over from there,” Vettel told reporters. “Obviously very bitter, I think the car was great and I lost out on a big chance but hopefully we’ll have a big one coming tomorrow.

“I’m looking forward to the race but obviously it would’ve been nicer to start at the very front than the very back, but we’ll see what happens.”
Charles Leclerc looked like he had the pace to take his third career pole position and give Ferrari something to smile about as he eased through Q1 and Q2. But then the gremlins made their way to his side of the garage. This time, it was a fuel system issue at the very start of Q3 – an issue that will force Leclerc to start P10.

“It’s a shame, but we’ll be trying to understand what happened and not reproduce it,” he said. “It’s a difficult day for the team. I hope it’ll be a more positive day tomorrow.“I felt great in the car and the car felt great all weekend, so it’s a shame it ends up like this.”

Team boss Mattia Binotto took full responsibility for the issues, saying both issues were new to Ferrari and that an in-depth analysis would be carried out.While Leclerc and Vettel will be frustrated, they can at least take hope from the fact Ferrari’s Rubens Barrichello won from 18th on the grid in a rain-hit race at Hockenheim in 2000, particularly as rain is forecast for tomorrow’s race…
On a weekend when they expected they might struggle, Mercedes now face a great chance of scoring victory in the marque’s 200th race, with Lewis Hamilton on pole and Valtteri Bottas third behind Red Bull’s Max Verstappen – though Wolff was sad their great rivals aren’t up there with them.

“It’s a shame for Ferrari, a shame for Sebastian at this home Grand Prix – we really need him here for the crowd and you can see that it’s a bit subdued at the moment,” he said.“Ferrari really have an illness in there that they need to cure, it’s a shame because we need them for a strong championship.”

Feyenoord vs Southampton Reddit Stream

Feyenoord vs Southampton Reddit Live Stream : Feyenoord vs Southampton preseason friendlies match The Feyenoord take on Southampton in one of the glamour friendlies on Sunday. For Feyenoord, this is an opportunity to be ready for the Eredivisie, Feyenoord vs Southampton which begins next weekend. The home side have already played six friendlies, winning the first three, before failing to win any of the most recent three.

Major League Soccer’s All-Star Game is next week, but before the league’s best travel to Orlando, a handful of the biggest names they have to offer will be on display in Portland. The Timbers host the LA Galaxy on Saturday night in an intriguing Western Conference battle of teams hoping to put themselves in a position to win the MLS Cup. With both teams coming off huge wins against their respective rivals, it should make for a very interesting matchup in the Pacific Northwest.

It hasn’t been the greatest of seasons for the Portland Timbers so far, but they are coming on strong as of late thanks to one brilliant signing. Brian Fernandez has been a revelation for Gio Savarese’s side. The former Necaxa forward has notched eight goals in just seven starts so far, catapulting himself into the team lead in goals. Since Fernandez’s arrival, the Timbers have turned their season around, going unbeaten in their last five matches. Despite the turnaround, they still find themselves two points below the playoff line.

When talking about superstars in MLS, the conversation has to begin with the LA Galaxy’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The world-renowned striker has not disappointed one bit since arriving in the United States a season and a half ago. The outlandish Swede has banged in 16 goals so far this season, good enough for second-best in the league. Zlatan’s hat trick against crosstown rival and MLS leader LAFC solidified the Galaxy’s place in second and have them in a great position heading into the All-Star break.

Cristhian Paredes and Diego Valeri electrified the 150th consecutive sellout crowd at Providence Park with late first-half goals, and the host Portland Timbers rolled to a 4-0 win over the LA Galaxy on Saturday night.

Paredes ended the night with two goals, his second one coming in the 81st minute. The frustrations of the night boiled over for the Galaxy in the 84th minute, when youngster Efrain Alvarez was sent off with a red card for blasting the Timbers’ Marvin Loria in the back with a kicked ball while Loria was on the ground.

Down to 10 players, the Galaxy had no one to defend Portland’s Jeremy Ebobisse when Jorge Villafana’s cross found him for a header into the net in the 88th minute to cap off the Timbers’ win. Villafana also assisted on Paredes’ second tally.

Portland (9-8-4) is unbeaten in six straight games (4-0-2) and moved into a tie for the seventh and final playoff spot in the Western Conference. The Timbers have played one fewer game than Real Salt Lake, who sit on 31 points as well.

The Galaxy (12-9-1, 37 points) missed a chance to move into second place in the West. They are 3-4 in their last seven games.Timbers goalkeeper Steve Clark had six saves in a shutout, including one against Galaxy star Zlatan Ibrahimovic with Portland ahead 1-0 in the first half.

Ibrahimovic, the Galaxy’s leading scorer with 16 goals, took five shots, putting three on net. Clark came up big again in the 75th minute when he sent away a point blank shot from Uriel Antuna off Ibrahimovic’s cross.

Paredes put in Jorge Moreira’s cross in the 37th minute via header, though replays showed the ball appeared to hit closer to his shoulder. Then Valeri crossed up Galaxy defender Daniel Steres with a nutmeg for a shot that found the net in the 41st minute.

Valeri, the Timbers’ captain, raised his total to six goals on the season and also had an assist.

The Timbers were without starting midfielder Diego Chara due to yellow-card accumulation, and have played just six home matches due to a remodel of their stadium that lasted until June, compared to 15 away games.