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    (CBS Local)- The 2021 UEFA Super Cup, featuring the winners of the Champions League and Europa League is set to kick off next Wednesday, August 11 at Windsor Park in Belfast, Ireland. Premier League side and reigning UCL champs Chelsea will meet La Liga side and Europa League champ Villareal in the match as the ramp up for the 2021-22 global soccer season begins. Fans looking to tune in to see how the two champions of Europe look before they embark on their respective club seasons are in luck as CBS Sports will have wall-to-wall coverage on multiple platforms for the match. READ MORE: Dont Give Them Money: Larimer County Sheriff Urges People Not To Help Panhandlers The coverage begins with the UEFA Super Cup pregame show at 2:30 p.m. Eastern Time with hosts Ian Joy and Poppy Miller who will be joined by analysts Jimmy Conrad, Luis Garcia and Christina Unkel. That crew will also handle the halftime and postgame studio shows on Paramount+ and CBS Sports Network. Peter Drury and Matt Upson will have the commentary for the...
    SEOUL (AP) — Japan stayed perfect in World Cup qualifying on Tuesday by routing Mongolia 14-0. The Japanese scored five goals in the first half and added nine more in the second. The team leads Group F with 15 points from five matches. A victory over Myanmar in June will secure first place in the group and a spot in the third round of Asian qualifying. Later Tuesday, Saudi Arabia will face Palestine in the only other qualifying match from the Asian region. The eight group winners and four best second-place teams will advance to the third round of qualifying, which is scheduled to start in September. Takumi Minamino, Yuya Osako, Daichi Kamada and Hidemasa Morita all scored in the first half, along with an own-goal from Mongolia defender Khash-Erdene Tuyaa. Osako ended up with a hat trick, while Sho Inagaki, Junya Ito and Kyogo Furuhashi scored two goals each. Takuma Asano also scored. The game had been scheduled to take place in Mongolia but was changed because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Asian Football Confederation decided this month to...
    NYON, Switzerland (AP) — Draw Monday for Champions League third qualifying round: Single-leg games, Sept. 15-16 Non-champions path: PAOK (Greece) vs. Benfica (Portugal) Dynamo Kyiv (Ukraine) vs. AZ Alkmaar (Netherlands) Gent (Belgium) vs. Rapid Vienna (Austria) Champions path: Ferencváros (Hungary) vs. Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia) Qarabağ (Azerbaijan) vs. Molde (Norway) Omonia (Cyprus) vs. Red Star Belgrade (Serbia) Midtjylland (Denmark) vs. Young Boys (Switzerland) Maccabi Tel-Aviv (Israel) vs. Dinamo Brest (Belarus) ___ More AP soccer: and Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.