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Football from the big leagues – Arsenal start with a must win – Lorient gets a point against Paris Saint-Germain – Sport

Football from the big leagues – Arsenal start with a must win – Lorient gets a point against Paris Saint-Germain – Sport

Football from the big leagues – Arsenal start with a mandatory win – Lorient gets a point against Paris Saint-Germain – Sport – SRF


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Premier League: Nottingham were defeated by Arsenal without Freuler

Arsenal have made a successful start to the new Premier League season. Arsenal beat Nottingham Forest 2-1 in their first league match since the departure of Granit Xhaka from Leverkusen. Eddie Nketiah (26 minutes) and Bukayo Saka with a sweet tap (32 minutes) put the hosts on the road to victory in London. Taiwo Awoniyi’s counter-attack goal (82) came late. Remo Freuler was only on the bench at Nottingham. No other Swiss players were used by their teams at the start of the season: Kevin Mbabo was just a substitute at Fulham (1-0 against Everton), Andy Zekiri was not even in the Brighton squad (4-1 against Luton). town). On the other hand, Fabian Scheer played in Newcastle United’s 5-1 win over Aston Villa.

Ligue 1: Paris Saint-Germain starts with only a draw

Lorient, along with Swiss goalkeeper Yvonne Mvogo, snatched a 1-1 draw with Paris Saint-Germain at the start of the Ligue 1 season. PSG had already suffered a delicate bankruptcy against Breton in the second half of the previous season. The Parisians, who started as expected without star striker Kylian Mbappe, who was no longer wanted, dominated the game with 75 percent of possession. However, out of 12 shots, only two found their way into Mfugo’s goal. Paris Saint-Germain also missed Neymar, who was not in the squad due to illness.

LaLiga: Bellingham scores in Real Madrid’s debut

Jude Bellingham fulfilled his dream debut in a competitive match at Real Madrid. In a 2-0 win on the first day of La Liga against Athletic Bilbao, the England international, who moved to Madrid from Borussia Dortmund before the season, scored the 2-0 goal in the 36th minute. Rodrygo (28) had given coach Carlo Ancelotti’s side the lead.


SRF Radio 1, Evening Bulletin, August 12, 2023, 5:10 p.m.;

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