Afternoon sports highlights – September 22 2017

Afternoon sports highlights – September 22 2017

Tottenham Midfielder Dele Alli disappointed with FIFA 18 rating

Tottenham Midfielder Dele Alli has admitted his disappointment with his rating on FIFA 18 and has said he will not play the game as himself until the score is raised. Despite being regarded as one of the rising stars in English football, the Tottenham and England midfielder has voiced his outrage at his 84-overall rating, despite being ranked the same as Sadio Mane and Sami Khedira. The 21-year-old midfielder has been rated among the top 100 players in the world on FIFA 18.

Liverpool gears up for Leicester rematch

Liverpool will return to the King Power Stadium to face Leicester City – also known as the Foxes – for the second time this week after losing 2-0 in the League Cup on Tuesday, putting their defensive problems on display while making it four in a row without a win. Team Manager Jurgen Klopp is trying to plug the holes in his defence for Saturday’s rematch against Leicester City in the Premier League.

West Ham auction shirts to aid Mexico earthquake relief efforts

West Ham will auction shirts worn in this weekend’s London derby to raise money in aid of the Mexican earthquake. Mexican striker Javier Hernandez, 29, is leading the #YoXMexico initiative alongside international team-mate Miguel Layun. The Hammers will double the proceeds, which will help deliver food and supplies to victims of the disaster.

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