US beat Senegal 1-0 at U20 World Cup
INCHEON, South Korea - Josh Sargent scored his third goal of the tournament in the 34th minute, and the United States beat Senegal 1-0 yesterday at Incheon, South Korea, to move into good position to reach the knockout stage of the Under-20 World Cup.
Sargent scored after Aaron Herrera passed to Tyler Adams along a flank, and Adams played a back-heel pass to Luca de la Torre, who was bursting into the penalty area.
De La Torre bent the ball back to Sargent. The 17-year-old from O'Fallon, Missouri, who is the youngest player on the American roster, took a touch with his left foot about 16 yards out, spun and beat goalkeeper Mouhamed Mbaye with a left-footed shot.
The U.S., which opened with a 3-3 against Ecuador last weekend, lead Group F with four points, followed by Senegal and Saudi Arabia with three apiece, and Ecuador with one.
Silva leaves Hull
HULL, England (AP) - Marco Silva has left his position as Hull manager following the team's relegation from the Premier League.
Hull announced Silva's departure yesterday, a day after the Portuguese coach met with the club's owners.
The 39-year-old Silva signed a short-term deal in January but failed to stave off Hull's immediate return to the second-tier League Championship.
Man City quartet to leave when contracts expire
MANCHESTER, England (AP) -- Manchester City have announced that full backs Gael Clichy and Bacary Sagna, winger Jesus Navas and goalkeeper Willy Caballero will leave the club when their contracts expire next month.
City made the announcements yesterday. Yaya Toure, whose deal is due to expire, is waiting to hear if they will be retained.
Clichy joined from Arsenal in 2011, Navas moved from Sevilla in 2013, and Caballero joined from Malaga in 2014. Sagna, a former Arsenal defender, signed as a free agent in 2014.