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England fans leave the stadium with 10 minutes of the match left to play

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England v Chile: Alexis Sanchez backs defenders to deal with Wayne Rooney at Wembley

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Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil lacked his usual sureness of touch on the ball in the defeat at Old Trafford on Sunday

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