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England’s all-time record goalscorer was
involved in an altercation with the fourth
official in Vancouver as DC United lost
1-0 to the Whitecaps.
Rooney insisted he should not have
been dismissed on Wednesday, saying:
“Anyone who knows the game of football
can see what the intent was. It was to try
to ease the player out.”
Casseres attempted to block Rooney, who
responded by catching him in the jaw, left.
The incident came just days after
STARS AND STRIFE AS ROONEY SEES RED
By Alex Richards
WAYNE ROONEY’S American adventure
took another turn as he was sent off for a
Rooney was dismissed by referee Ismail
Elfath, right, in the 24th minute of his
DC United side’s 2-1 loss to New York Red
Bulls on Wednesday night following a VAR
review. At a New York corner, Cristian
By Alex Spink
CHRISTIAN Coleman, athletics’
top-ranked men’s sprinter, may be
absent from next month’s
World Championships after claims
he missed three drugs tests.
If the allegations are proven, a
ban could also see the American
miss next year’s Tokyo Olympics.
Raul just the
job in Italy
WOLVES earned a fine away win in
the first leg of their Europa League
qualifier in Italy last night. After
an own-goal put them ahead, goals
from Diogo Jota and Raul Jimenez,
above, gave Wolves the advantage.
MATCH REPORT: PAGE 69
Pace puts England back
on target for the Ashes
Lyon to end
Picture: LEE SMITH
JOFRA ARCHER blew the
Australians away at Headingley
yesterday with his maiden Test
After his brilliance at Lord’s,
England’s fast-bowling star
took 6-45 to spark the third
Ashes Test into life as the
Aussies were bowled out for
179 on a rain-hit first day.
“It is hard to say if I can bowl
better than that,” said Archer.
“The conditions were bowler
friendly, but you’ve still got to
put it in the right areas to get
the wickets. I don’t need to run
in and bowl at 90 miles an hour
TURN TO PAGE 71, COLUMN 5
By Dean Wilson
TORIN0 2 WOLVES 3