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UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

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 By PA Sport

Southampton register fine win at the start of their Europa League campaign

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Charlie Austin scored his first two goals of the season as Southampton beat Sparta Prague in their Europa League group stage debut.
Charlie Austin says all is well between him and Dusan Tadic after their disagreement over who would take a penalty kick.

Southampton made a winning start to their Europa League campaign and gave Claude Puel his first win as manager with a convincing 3-0 defeat of Sparta Prague.

They remain in pursuit of their first Premier League victory of the season but demonstrated their potential with a fine performance at St Mary's to take first place in Group K.

Puel made seven changes to the team that on Saturday lost 2-1 at Arsenal, suggesting he does not consider the competition as important as he insisted when speaking on...

Tomas Rosicky gets warm welcome in return to Sparta Prague

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Tomas Rosicky has returned to Sparta Prague after 10 years with Arsenal.

PRAGUE -- Thousands welcomed Tomas Rosicky in his highly anticipated return to Sparta Prague and the Czech league after more than 15 years away on Saturday, giving the playmaker a standing ovation and chanting his name.

The 35-year-old Rosicky came on as substitute in the 72nd minute for his first Czech league game since Dec. 1, 2000, when Sparta beat archrival Slavia Prague 2-1.

"It was a wonderful experience for me," Rosicky said. "I'm really thankful to the fans."

He made his presence felt with...