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Group A

RANKTEAMSPLAYEDWINSDRAWLOSTGDPOINTS
1 Gor Mahia          4        3           1         0      5            10
2 Yanga          4        3           1         0      5            9
3 Al Khartoum          4        2           0         1      6            7
4 KMKM          4        1           0         3     -4            3
5 Telecom          4        0           0         4    -11            0

 

Group B

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1 APR            3         3          0          0      4            9
2 Al Shandy            3         1          1        1      0            4
3 LLB AFC            3         0          2        1     -1            2
4 Heegan            3         0          1        2     -3            1


Group C

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1 Azam FC           3         3          0        0      8            9
2 KCC           3         2          0        1      1            6
3 Malakia           3         1          0        2     -2            3
4 Adama City           3         0          0        3     -7            0

 

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Morgan Schneiderlin scored five minutes into his debut as Manchester United beat Club America 1-0 in the International Champions Cup.

Louis van Gaal gave run-outs to all four of his major summer signings as United kicked off their pre-season with a victory at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field.

Memphis Depay, Matteo Darmian and Schneiderlin all played in the first 45 minutes and the latter headed home a Juan Mata cross to score the only goal of the game.

Van Gaal made 11 changes to his team at half-time with Bastian Schweinsteiger making his first appearance in United colours in central midfield.

However, Antonio Valencia and David De Gea were left out entirely due to minor injuries picked up in training while Marouanne Fellaini was rested.

Schneiderlin, who signed from Southampton last Monday, made an instant impact as he scored with one of his first touches for the club.

Ashley Young’s fifth-minute corner broke to Mata on the right edge of the box and he delivered a high cross for the Frenchman to leap above his marker and head beyond Hugo Guemez.

Villa Held

Aston Villa started life without Fabian Delph following his move to Manchester City with a 0-0 draw against Portuguese side Braga.

In the final game of Tim Sherwood's side's training camp in Portugal, Villa looked the most likely to break the deadlock with Gabriel Agbonlahor firing 25-yard shot against the crossbar in the 28th minute.

Easy win for Norwich

Elsewhere, Premier League new boys Norwich City ran out 3-1 winners in their 120-minute friendly against Cambridge United.

In a game that was split into four quarters, Cambridge opened the scoring just after the 30-minute mark through Barry Corr.

Gary Hooper levelled the scores from the penalty spot just before the half-time interval and Norwich took the lead just two minutes after the break through Ricky van Wolfswinkel.

Harry Toffolo added a third for the Premier League side in the 95th minute to round off the victory and make it three wins from three so far for Alex Neil’s side in pre-season.

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Aston Villa sriker Christian Benteke is due to complete his medical with Liverpool in the next 48 hours before he seals a £32.5m transfer. 

The Reds agreed a deal for the transfer of the Belgium international and the club's doctor will now travel to the UK from the team's tour of Australia to complete Benteke's medical. 

The 24-year-old will however not join up with his new team-mates on the tour.

Benteke joined Villa from Genk in 2012 for £7m, scoring 49 goals in 101 games.

Liverpool made a move for his signature after getting a windfall from the £49m sale of Raheem Sterling to Manchester City last week.

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Liverpool are on the brink of completing a £32.5million deal for the 24-year old Liverpool have been chasing Benteke all summer but had previously been unwilling to pay the asking price.

With Villa desperate to keep hold of Benteke and unwilling to negotiate on the price, a stand-off had developed in recent weeks but the impasse has now been broken by the Reds.

Following the £49million sale of Raheem Sterling to Manchester City, Liverpool have decided to quickly re-invest a large chunk of that windfall in the 24-year-old 6ft 3ins frontman.

Brendan Rodgers is a big admirer of Benteke and had placed him at the top of his summer wish-list as he looked to bolster the club's firepower.

Benteke, who has two years remaining on his Villa contract, has his heart set on a move to Anfield and once the £32.5million offer is received by the Midlanders he will be free to negotiate personal terms and undergo a medical.

That outlay will take Liverpool's summer spending to around the £80million mark following deals for James Milner, Danny Ings, Nathaniel Clyne, Joe Gomez, Adam Bogdan and Roberto Firmino.

Villa will have to pass on around £4million of the fee to Benteke's former club Genk.

Benteke scored 49 goals in 101 appearances for Villa over the past three seasons.

He was sidelined for six months after rupturing his Achilles in April 2014 and initially struggled on his return to action last season. But following the appointment of boss Tim Sherwood he hit top form - scoring a dozen goals in his last 12 matches to save Villa from relegation.

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