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Sam Kerr equals Matildas goal record as double strike helps see off China

Samantha Kerr celebrates
Sam Kerr netted a thumping strike against an outclassed China side.

Sam Kerr's superb strike headlined a comfortable Matildas win over China on Wednesday and equalled a record for scoring in successive games.

The forward scored a double either side of Tameka Butt's deflected strike in a 3-0 defeat of their Asian rivals in Melbourne.

Kerr's effort equalled legendary forward Sarah Walsh's Matildas record of scoring in five straight games.

Her brace helped Australia to a sixth victory in a row off the back of the mid-year Tournament of Nations success and back-to-back...

 By Ian Holyman

Algeria coach rants at journalist he calls 'enemy of the national team'

Rabah Madjer lost his temper at a news conference.

Algeria coach Rabah Madjer called a journalist "an enemy of the national team" in a furious tirade when he asked a question about the team's failure to produce top-quality performances.

Madjer, a former Algeria international, took charge of his country for a third time last month when Lucas Alcarez was sacked after failing to qualify for the World Cup.

Algeria's squad includes stars such as Leicester City's Riyad Mahrez and Islam Slimani, Schalke's Nabil Bentaleb and Porto's Yacine Brahimi.

Following...

Liverpool U23 boss hails 'mature' Joe Gomez after fine England debut

Gareth Southgate says England earned a respectable result against a Brazil side he considers the best in the world.

LIVERPOOL -- Joe Gomez has been praised for his maturity by Liverpool under-23s boss Neil Critchley after impressing on his senior England debut this week.

Gomez earned the Man of the Match award for his performance in the 0-0 draw with Brazil at Wembley on Tuesday.

The versatile defender has been a regular for Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side this season, and Critchley believes he will develop even further with more first-team opportunities.

Speaking ahead of Liverpool U23's derby against Everton...