From what I've gathered it's not a league side? Just an exhibition match?
Pepe Reina leaves field with injury in first game for Bayern Munich. Twitter here
Toulouse have taken a novel approach to trying to contain the Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic – by sending him presents on his birthday.
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The birthday package contained a balm to help Ibrahimovic recover from the heel injury that has kept him out of PSG’s last three games, as well as Toulouse shirts with his sons’ names on the back and a video game.
“We’re not expecting any favour in return but we still hope that you will remember it when we play again in February,” PSG’s Ligue 1 rivals said in the postscript to an ironic note posted on their website.
It seemed as though “Zlatanmania” had taken a surreal turn as the birthday greeting began with a fawning message.
“Yes, today is your birthday, 33, the age of Christ, your son,” they wrote. “Now all the mums, the sisters … also want to see the phenomenon Ibrahimovic. Zlatan – how to bring the whole family back together around football.
“Happy birthday and long live the Z!
“Despite the perverse pleasure that you could take to put us goals in the last two seasons, we are not vindictive. Better, we want to thank you. For everything.”
The video is cute and I can't embed it.
Thibaut Courtois cleared to play!
Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has been cleared to play on after undergoing precautionary tests following the head injury he sustained during Sunday's 2-0 Premier League win over Arsenal.
Courtois played on after requiring treatment for a head knock following a first-half collision with Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez, before being replaced after further treatment and departing Stamford Bridge for precautionary scans in hospital.
A Chelsea statement issued on Monday read: 'Chelsea Football Club can confirm Thibaut Courtois went to hospital during our Premier League game against Arsenal yesterday (Sunday) for precautionary tests on a head injury. Those tests came back all clear.
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