It was a history-making night for Andres Guardado, who scored a brace to lead Mexico past Canada 3-1 in 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup Group A action on Wednesday night at Broncos Stadium at Mile High in Denver, Colorado.

Guardado’s two goals brings his all-time Gold Cup total to 12, which ties the mark set previously by Zague for most Gold Cup goals scored by a Mexican player.

It took until the 40’ for El Tricolor to break through, as a blocked shot fell right into the path of Roberto Alvarado, who fired in for a 1-0 lead.

Canada looked to respond and came close through an Alphonso Davies shot that sailed just wide. Back came Mexico the other way and Guardado doubled the lead to 2-0 in the 54’ with a strong left-footed shot.

Canada was not about to throw in the towel, though, and the Mexico lead was cut to 2-1 in the 75’ when Jonathan David stripped a Mexico defender and fed Lucas Cavallini, who calmly scored.

But the night belonged to Guardado, who notched his 12th Gold Cup goal by banking in a shot off the post in the 77’ to complete the 3-1 scoreline.

Real Madrid great Raul will take over Los Blancos' Castilla side next season, the LaLiga giants have confirmed.

Raul had been in charge of youth sides Cadete B and Juvenil B, and will now take on the top job in Madrid's famed academy.

Castilla - Los Blancos' B team - currently play in Segunda Division B - Group 1, having lost out to Cartagena in the promotion play-offs last season.

Current Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane also started his senior coaching career with Madrid's Castilla side, with Santiago Solari having followed a similar path.

An academy product himself, Raul spent 16 years as a key figure in Madrid's first team between 1994 and 2010, winning six LaLiga titles and three Champions League trophies during that time.

Birmingham City have confirmed they are not seeking a permanent successor to Garry Monk as Pep Clotet will remain their caretaker head coach.

Monk was sacked by Birmingham earlier this week in a decision a club statement claimed was in their "long-term interests".

Former Oxford United boss Clotet was moved up from assistant to the top job, with Craig Gardner joining the backroom team as a player-coach.

And, in an announcement on Thursday, Birmingham said Clotet and his team will stay in charge, although his title remains caretaker.

"We had a very positive talk with the guys and we are focused on what we want to try and achieve," said Birmingham chief executive Xuandong Ren.

"Their professionalism shone through during our meeting and we know they are a very talented and hard-working group.

"Pep will be our caretaker head coach and we are not seeking anyone else."

Monk has been linked with taking over at Derby County should the Rams lose Frank Lampard to Chelsea following Maurizio Sarri's switch to Juventus.

"I am aware of certain disappointing comments the club has made in the wake of my dismissal," Monk wrote on Twitter of his Birmingham sacking.

"Mindful of my contractual obligations, it is not my intention, certainly not at this stage, to engage with these comments.

"I would rather focus on the many positives I have experienced in my time with Birmingham City."

England goalkeeper Karen Bardsley labelled new penalty laws as "cruel and pedantic" following a VAR controversy in Scotland's clash with Argentina.

Scotland threw away a three-goal lead to draw 3-3 with Argentina on Wednesday and were dumped out of the Women's World Cup in the process.

Argentina's final goal came in hugely controversial fashion, however, after Lee Alexander had saved Flor Bonsegundo's spot-kick, only for the referee to order the penalty to be retaken, with VAR adjudging Scotland's goalkeeper to have moved off her line.

Bonsegundo made no mistake with her second attempt and Bardsley - who returned to England's starting XI for their victory over Japan - has criticised the new rule, which is being trialled at the tournament.

"Fingers crossed, fortunately nothing has really happened to us [with VAR] but it just seems cruel, and so pedantic," Bardsley told reporters.

"We were briefed by the referees and they did mention that if we do move off the line...but if it's a toenail.

"For something so new to be introduced on such a big stage, it's kind of hard to get your head around it in terms of changing habits. I don't think people are thinking about it in the moment.

"We've always been able to move laterally but it's strange to crack down on it. We were having a discussion about what happens if the taker misses the target, should it be retaken? 

"But I'm no referee and I don't make the rules. I just try not to break them."

While Scotland head home, England finished top of Group D with nine points from their three matches played.

Mohamed Salah will carry the hopes of the host nation into Egypt's 2019 Africa Cup of Nations opener against Zimbabwe in Cairo on Friday.

The Pharaohs and the continent's outstanding player are chasing an eighth African title having fallen short in the 2017 final against Cameroon.

The champions were the intended hosts before organisers stripped them of those rights amid security and preparation concerns, and Egypt's record when staging the AFCON is formidable.

Three of the previous four times – 1959, 1986 and 2006 – they have run out winners and came third in 1974.

Having a fully fledged global star such as Liverpool forward Salah in their ranks only serves to heighten expectations in a football-mad nation.

"In Egypt, football is almost a religion," said their former Mexico head coach Javier Aguirre, who has overseen six wins and one defeat from eight matches in charge since succeeding Hector Cuper, in an interview with The National.

"It's totally crazy. Mohamed Salah is like… do you remember David Beckham at Real Madrid? I was living there at the time [while in charge of Atletico Madrid] and it was unimaginable.

"Many security guards. He could not even go to the street. With Mohamed, it's very difficult. Today, in Muslim countries, in African countries, he's the best. No doubt about it. For the fans, he's like [Lionel] Messi or Cristiano [Ronaldo]. It's unbelievable."

Zimbabwe boss Sunday Chidzambwa believes Egypt are the tournament favourites and is realistic about his own team's prospects at Cairo International Stadium.

"We know how strong Egypt are especially when they play at home and the fans on their side supporting them throughout the competition," he told reporters.

"Now that we are in the AFCON group stages, we will work hard to get the best possible results in all our games."


Egypt – Mohamed Salah

The likes of Mohamed Elneny and captain Ahmed Elmohamady underline the fact Egypt are far from a one-man team. But it is impossible to look beyond their star attraction, who heads into a moment of reckoning before his adoring public at the peak of his powers and as a Champions League winner. Stop him if you can.

Zimbabwe – Nyasha Mushekwi

Back in the national team picture for the first time in two years after scoring 15 times for Dalian Yifang in the Chinese Super League last season. The 30-year-old striker is well travelled, having plied his trade in South Africa, Belgium and Sweden before moving to Asia.


- Egypt have reached the final in each of their last four AFCON participations, losing only one of their last 25 games in the competition (W18 D6) – but that was the final in 2017.
- Zimbabwe are making their fourth AFCON appearance. They have finished bottom of their group in each of their previous three participations and never kept a clean sheet in nine matches.
- Salah was directly involved in four of Egypt's five goals at the 2017 AFCON, with two goals and as many assists – the joint most in the tournament alongside DR Congo's Junior Kabananga.

Mats Hummels showed courage by agreeing to a return to Borussia Dortmund, according to sporting director Michael Zorc.

The World Cup winner is heading back to Signal Iduna Park, where he spent eight years between 2008 and 2016, in a reported €38million move from Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.

Zorc is delighted to welcome Hummels back and believes the decision to depart the Bundesliga's dominant force after three seasons is a brave one.

"We are very happy that we were able to secure this transfer," Zorc told Bild.

"Mats is not only a seasoned Bundesliga player who brings everything but he is also a very important leader on and off the pitch.

"It was also a courageous sporting decision for Mats, which shows what kind of character he has."

Meanwhile, Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic thanked Hummels for his efforts in Bavaria.

"On behalf of FC Bayern, I would like to thank Mats Hummels very much," he said.

"With him we have won the Bundesliga three times and last season the DFB Cup as well. Mats played a big part in that success.

"We wish Mats and his family all the best for the future."

Ecuador cannot blame coach Hernan Dario Gomez for their current crisis, according to Ecuadorian Football Federation (FEF) president Francisco Egas.

Gomez's side head into their Copa America clash with Chile on the back of a humbling 4-0 defeat to Uruguay in their opening Group C match.

Ecuador are now without a win in their past five matches under Gomez, who took charge for his second spell in August 2018.

Two-time defending champions Chile, meanwhile, started their campaign in style, cruising to an emphatic 4-0 victory over Japan.

But FEF boss Egas has defended Gomez, insisting that pinning the blame on the coach would only be ignoring the wider issues that Ecuador currently face.

"We are not understanding the reality of our football and that is not the fault of one or two people," Egas told Ecuadorian radio station La Radio Redonda.

"If we believe that the crisis of the national team is the product of one person, we make a mistake already. 

"Today, we are paying for things that have not been done well for several years."

While he defended Gomez, Egas did not confirm whether the 63-year-old would remain in charge beyond Ecuador's Copa America campaign.

"It is not responsible to talk about this issue in the middle of the Copa America." Egas continued. "In a tournament it is our responsibility to give the national team all the support we can give them."

Ecuador defeated Chile 3-0 the last time they met at a neutral venue in a 2012 friendly.

La Roja coach Reinaldo Rueda was in charge of Ecuador at the time, and goalkeeper Brayan Cortes has lauded the squad's unity under the Colombian.

"The confidence that Rueda gives you, for me it is nice," Cortes told ADN 91.7.

"There was much talk that the process we had was not good, but we are prepared. We've always had the mentality to keep improving. We are confident with him."


Ecuador - Enner Valencia

Former West Ham and Everton forward Enner Valencia toiled to no avail against Uruguay, but has scored seven of Ecuador's last 14 goals in all competitions. However, all were in international friendlies.

Chile - Eduardo Vargas

With his two goals against Japan in the first game, Eduardo Vargas took his tally of Copa America goals to 12, surpassing Paolo Guerrero as the top active scorer in the tournament, and the forward will be keen to extend his record.


- Chile have won 12 of their 14 Copa America games against Ecuador, failing to win in 1957 (2-2) and 1997 (1-2).
- Ecuador are winless in their previous 12 Copa America games against South American teams since they beat Venezuela 4-0 in 2001.
- Ecuador have conceded seven goals in their past two games in all competitions (2-3 vs. Mexico and 0-4 vs. Uruguay). It had not happened to them since November 2007 (0-5 v Brazil and 1-5 v Paraguay).
- Along with Uruguay, Chile had the joint-most shots on target on the first match day of the Copa America.

Atletico Madrid have agreed a deal to bring Marcos Llorente to the Wanda Metropolitano in a reported €40million move from Real Madrid.

Llorente made just seven LaLiga appearances last season and will hope for more opportunities with Atleti, where he appears set to replace Manchester City target Rodri.

Incredibly, Llorente is following in the footsteps of his father, Paco, and his grandfather, Ramon Grosso, who also represented both of the capital's biggest clubs.

They are not the only players to turn out for the two teams, though. Here are six of the best players to have featured for Atleti and Madrid...

Thibaut Courtois

Courtois enjoyed a superb three-season loan spell at Atletico, helping them to end an 18-year wait for a LaLiga title and reach the Champions League final in 2014, having also won the Copa del Rey and Europa League. He was similarly successful upon returning to Chelsea, adding two Premier League titles, an FA Cup and the EFL Cup to his list of honours, but he has yet to hit those same heights at Madrid after leaving Stamford Bridge last year.

Theo Hernandez

Before older brother Lucas agreed to depart Atletico for Bayern Munich, Theo controversially left them for Madrid in 2017 having not played a professional game for Simeone's side. The left-back made 23 appearances in his debut season for Madrid, winning the Champions League, but was loaned to Real Sociedad for 2018-19.


Though he went on to secure a place as a legendary figure in Madrid's storied history, things could have been very different for Raul, who was in Atletico's academy until it was closed as a cost-saving measure. Madrid took advantage and got him on their books, and Raul went on to win six LaLiga titles and three Champions League trophies with the club, becoming their record goalscorer with 323 strikes to his name before eventually being displaced by Cristiano Ronaldo.

Alvaro Morata

Morata spent four seasons with Atleti as a youth player but made his breakthrough in senior football with bitter rivals Madrid, where he won eight trophies - either side of two seasons with Juventus - including two LaLiga crowns and two Champions Leagues. A lack of first-team football saw Morata on the move again in 2017, but he failed to settle after being made Chelsea's record signing and was sent back to boyhood club Atleti on loan in January. A steady start returned six goals in 17 appearances in all competitions.

Santiago Solari

Midfielder Solari made the move from River Plate to Atletico in 1999, but their relegation from LaLiga in 2000 led him to the Santiago Bernabeu, where he served as a workmanlike force for the 'Galacticos'. Solari won a pair of LaLiga titles and the 2001-02 Champions League, thanks to Zinedine Zidane's stunning volley against Bayer Leverkusen, but did not enjoy the same success as his former team-mate in the dugout, lasting less than five months in charge last season.

Bernd Schuster

Schuster evidently did not mind making controversial transfers. After great success at Barca, he moved to the other side of the Clasico rivalry and won two LaLiga titles and the Copa del Rey. The German midfielder and future Madrid coach went on to claim a further two Copas with Atletico following his 1990 move across the city.

Maurizio Sarri has suggested Chelsea's players did not have the characteristics to fully adapt to his style of play, but the new Juventus coach says he will not change despite scepticism over his philosophy.

Sarri left Chelsea to join Juventus on Sunday, securing a return to Serie A - where he previously enjoyed three successful seasons at Napoli - after just one campaign at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea finished third and won the Europa League during Sarri's stint in charge, though the Italian never looked to have settled in English football.

And, having now replaced Massimiliano Allegri at Juve, Sarri has acknowledged it was difficult to imprint his style on Chelsea's players without adapting his methods.

However, the 60-year-old insisted that sticking by his philosophy is the only way he knows how to achieve success.

"I have always arrived in one club surrounded by scepticism," Sarri told a news conference.

"I went to Empoli from Serie C and everybody was sceptical - Napoli from Empoli - and they were all sceptical. At Chelsea from Napoli, all sceptical. 

"Players' characteristics change from club to club. Napoli was composed of functional players, playing for the team from a psychological viewpoint, they moved the ball very quickly. 

"Chelsea, on the other hand, are made of better players but with different characteristics. Chelsea had wingers who needed the one-on-one, so my style was less smooth but as threatening as before. 

"Eventually we had become very tough to be beat. To repeat the same training methods with different players would be foolish, it would mean to change the players' characteristics. It is something for amateurs. 

"Players have different styles but what remains the same is the ideology that has to be morphed on important and mature players. This makes you win."

Juventus "love" Paul Pogba and have made a move for Adrien Rabiot, the Serie A club's sporting director Fabio Paratici has revealed.

Pogba has been heavily linked with a return to his former club, though Real Madrid are also reportedly interested in signing the Manchester United midfielder.

Rabiot, meanwhile, is out of contract at Paris Saint-Germain, though he has not played a senior match in 2019 following his refusal to sign a new deal with the Ligue 1 champions.

And Paratici spoke of Juve's admiration for both players, confirming Juve had already opened talks with Rabiot.

"They are two great players," Paratici told a news conference held for Maurizio Sarri's official presentation as Juve coach.

"Pogba is a Manchester United player. We love him, we made him grow up but he is a Manchester United player.

"We are making an attempt for Rabiot, as with all the players we have in mind. We discussed them with Sarri and soon we will take a decision."

Paratici also lauded Sarri, insisting the former Napoli boss is the ideal candidate to build on the success of Massimiliano Allegri's tenure.

"His style of play was not crucial in our reason to change our coach. We have chosen Maurizio because we believe he's the best coach for Juve in this moment - as, five years ago, was Allegri and, eight years ago, was [Antonio] Conte," he added.

"These are different types of coaches with different characteristics - they could even be opposites, working with very different styles.

"He has demonstrated his great skills in Italy and the Premier League and at European level as well. We believe he's the best option for Juve."

Sarri, meanwhile, refused to be drawn on any specific targets he wishes to sign, claiming Juve's dealings in the transfer market will be in Paratici's hands.

"We'll have to see when we have clear ideas to have a better understanding of what our playing style could be," Sarri said. 

"I don't really like making requests on specific names but definitely on the characteristics of the players. I'll be talking about these things with Fabio.

"I want to convey a message in terms of the characteristics of the players but not the names of the players. He knows many more players than me.

"My task is to prepare for the matches, so I don't have so much time to travel around the world to see all the players. But Fabio's skill and confidence is much higher than mine."

Ajax coach Erik ten Hag has extended his contract at the club until 2022, the Eredivisie champions have confirmed.

Ten Hag enjoyed a marvellous season in 2018-19, leading Ajax to the Champions League semi-finals, Eredivisie title and a KNVB Beker triumph.

Ajax drew plaudits for their exhilarating style of play, with youngsters such as Frenkie de Jong - who will move to Barcelona next month - Matthijs de Ligt and Donny van de Beek all thriving under Ten Hag's tutelage.

And while the futures of some of their star performers remain in doubt, Ajax have at least secured their coach on a long-term deal, with Ten Hag agreeing to a contract extension that will keep him at the club until June 30, 2022.

"I am very happy. We have had a fantastic year and now want to expand on this, help the club move forward," Ten Hag told Ajax's official website.

"The results we have achieved so far have been fantastic. It will be a hell of a job to repeat that. But we will set our goals again and go for results again."

Ajax's director of football Marc Overmars was delighted to have Ten Hag on board for the coming seasons, as the club prepare for another period of squad overhaul.

"I think it is good for Ajax that the coach will also be active here in the years to come after such a successful season. We want to continue building," Overmars told the club's official website.

"That will not be easy, because a few defining players will of course leave, but we hope to cope with it well. Erik has to turn it into a team again. He has been entrusted with that."

Ajax beat Real Madrid and Juventus on their way to the last four of the Champions League, only to crash out after conceding three second-half goals at home to Tottenham in the second leg of their semi-final tie.

Ten Hag had been linked with a return Bayern Munich, where he previously coached the reserve team, though the Bundesliga champions appear to be standing by Niko Kovac after he won a domestic double in his first season at Allianz Arena.

Atletico Madrid are set to seal the signing of midfielder Marcos Llorente after announcing a deal with city rivals Real Madrid has been agreed.

Llorente will undergo a medical before signing a five-year contract at the Wanda Metropolitano in a move believed to be worth €40million.

The 24-year-old midfielder is primed to replace Spain international Rodri, who is said to be on the brink of a €70m switch to Premier League champions Manchester City.

Atletico have already signed defender Felipe from Porto and are reportedly set to bring in Benfica's teenage sensation Joao Felix.

Further moves are set to follow with a number of high-profile players departing Atleti – including Diego Godin, Juanfran and Lucas Hernandez – and Antoine Griezmann expected to leave.

Rivals Madrid have also been active in the transfer market, bringing in Eden Hazard, Luka Jovic and Ferland Mendy in addition to previous deals for Eder Militao and Rodrygo Goes.

Madrid released a statement to confirm Llorente's imminent move on Thursday.

"The club wants to show its gratitude for all these years of dedication and professionalism and for [Llorente's] exemplary behaviour from when he arrived in 2008 to his trajectory with the first team," it read.

"Real Madrid wishes you good luck on your new stage."

Llorente made just seven LaLiga appearances last season, although he was a top-flight regular for Deportivo Alaves in 2016-17.

Oleksandr Zinchenko has penned a three-year contract extension with Manchester City that runs until the end of the 2023-24 season, the Premier League champions have confirmed.

Ukraine international Zinchenko has been converted from an attacking midfielder to a left-back by Pep Guardiola and was increasingly relied upon by the City boss during the second half of last season.

A standout performance in the EFL Cup final against Chelsea, as City collected the first part of an unprecedented domestic treble, helped to establish the 22-year-old as a reliable option on the left-hand side of defence as Benjamin Mendy continued to struggle with knee problems.

Zinchenko played 29 times in all competitions in 2018-19, despite having initially been viewed as surplus to requirements and heavily linked with a switch to Wolves at the start of the campaign.

"It's difficult to express how happy I am to sign this deal," Zinchenko said. "This club offers players everything they need to improve and develop, so being here for five more years is an honour.

"This season shows we are built for success. It's been amazing to be involved in such a historic campaign and it's one I'll never forget.

"But I am now completely focused on the coming years and I know more good times are around the corner."

Zinchenko follows Kyle Walker in committing his long-term future to City after the England right-back also signed terms through until June 2024 on Wednesday.

The Ukrainian moved to the Etihad Stadium from Ufa in 2016 after representing his country at that year's European Championship.

A subsequently frustrating loan spell at PSV, where Zinchenko was restricted to 12 Eredivisie appearances, did little to indicate how tenaciously he would fight to establish himself in Guardiola's plans.

"Zinchenko has shown over the past two seasons what a superb talent he is," City's director of football Txiki Begiristain said.

"Not only does he have a wonderful first touch and left foot, he is a player completely focused on becoming the best footballer he can be.

"His improvement since joining us tells you everything you need to know about his attitude and ability.

"Young, hungry and already an established international, he fits perfectly into our long-term strategy. We are delighted he wants to stay here."

Alongside Mendy, Zinchenko could face competition at left-back next year from Angelino after it was reported City are considering triggering the buy-back clause on their former youth-team player, who is enjoying a more successful stint at PSV.

Guardiola's side face Liverpool in the Community Shield on August 4 before opening their Premier League defence six days later at West Ham.

Maurizio Sarri considers his arrival at Juventus the "crowning moment" of his coaching career and insists he has not disrespected Napoli by taking the job.

Former Napoli boss Sarri has been appointed at Serie A champions Juve, leaving Chelsea after just one year in the Premier League to replace Massimiliano Allegri.

The 60-year-old, a boyhood fan of the Partenopei, had challenged the Bianconeri for the title in 2017-18 and his subsequent move to Turin has been met with outrage by some at Stadio San Paolo.

But Sarri is delighted to have moved to Italy's leading club in the modern era.

"I had a wonderful experience in the Premier League but, for personal as well as professional reasons, I felt the need to come back to Italy," he told a news conference on Thursday.

"This opportunity has been given by Juventus, the most important club in Italy at the moment, and I believe it's the crowning moment of a very long career that, in 80 per cent of cases, has been quite difficult.

"I think I have respected everyone. I had to respect my professionalism, too, and take the direction that I needed."

Sarri was a rival of Juventus previously and explained why that history will have no influence on his ability to do the job.

"I spent three years where, waking up, my very first thought was to beat Juventus," said Sarri, who insisted he remains on good terms with Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis despite not speaking to him since joining Juve.

"Juventus were winning a lot - we were the most credible alternative. My professional duty was to create the necessary conditions in order to defeat Juventus.

"I gave 110 per cent, but unfortunately we didn't succeed. I would do it again obviously. This is a sporting conflict. When it is over, of course, it is over. My professionalism means I will give my best for this club right now.

"In the past, maybe I used the wrong words or the wrong methods. But somehow that can be appreciated. If I have an opponent, I might hate this opponent but, ultimately, I will also appreciate them for doing their best in order to win."

Maurizio Sarri hopes he can help Cristiano Ronaldo make even more history at Juventus and is targeting Serie A's single-season goalscoring record.

Former Napoli and Chelsea boss Sarri has been appointed as Juve's new head coach following Massimiliano Allegri's departure after the 2018-19 season, during which the club won an eighth straight league title.

Ronaldo, who arrived from Real Madrid in a €112million deal last year, played his part with 21 Serie A goals but trailed Capocannoniere Fabio Quagliarella's 26.

But Sarri was in charge of Napoli when Gonzalo Higuain netted a record-breaking 36 times in the 2015-16 Serie A season and he wants to see Ronaldo do likewise.

"It is an upgrade from this point of view [in terms of players]," he said in a news conference.

"In the past years, I have found myself managing good players, then better players at Chelsea, but here it is another step forward. [Ronaldo is] at the top of the world, for sure.

"It is emotional, he has almost all the records you can set in world football and I would like to help him set and beat some other records. I hope I can influence him from this point of view.

"For example, I would like to have the record of goals in Serie A. I already had this record and I would like to help him have another one."

Star forward Paulo Dybala struggled to find his best form playing alongside Ronaldo last term and has been linked with a move away, but Sarri is confident he can find effective roles for the pair.

"When players have the characteristics of Dybala and Cristiano, I believe they can play any role," he said.

"What might change is the interpretation of the role, which will alter their characteristics. The team will have to adapt, which is fundamental to get results."

The signing of Ronaldo was seen as a key step towards Juve winning the Champions League for the first time since 1995-96, and Sarri acknowledges that must be a target after they fell in the quarter-finals this year.

"I expect to wake up in the morning and have a winning mentality," he said. "It's something that is not guaranteed to happen. You cannot take anything for granted.

"In Italy, Juventus must bear the burden of being favourites. We have the obligation to do well.

"It is quite clear that Juventus will have to start with the target of winning the Champions League - but with the awareness that, at European level, there are another eight or nine clubs who are as strong.

"Unfortunately, different results have to be accepted. But we have to start at this level.

"We have this dream, this target, that we want to pursue with great determination, with the awareness that, in order to be achieved, it has a very high level of difficulty."

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