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Diego Tardelli's brace leads Shandong Luneng; Jiangsu beat Chongqing

Diego Tardelli scored a brace in Shandong Luneng's victory.

Diego Tardelli scored twice as Shandong Luneng continued their winning start to the Chinese Super League campaign with a 2-1 win over Manuel Pellegrini's Hebei China Fortune to move to the top of the table on Saturday.

Tardelli netted either side of a close range effort from Song Wenjie as Shandong claimed their third win in a row to go into the international break with a perfect record.

"We've had some luck with this three-game winning streak and Hebei had quite a few chances in the first half,"...

Hong Kong to discuss law to imprison national anthem protesters

Hong Kong vs. China
Hong Kong fans

Hong Kong authorities on Friday unveiled planned legislation punishing anyone who insults China's national anthem with up to three years in prison, after football fans have repeatedly booed it at matches.

The legislation also calls for anyone who is present when "March of The Volunteers" is played to "stand and deport themselves respectfully," and that it be required to be taught to students.

The anthem has become a political flashpoint in Hong Kong, a semiautonomous Chinese city where jeers...

 By Tony Evans

Son Heung-Min, the Dirk Kuyt of Spurs, can shine in Harry Kane's absence

Harry Kane's 35 goals and 4 assists for Tottenham are unmatched this season. Who will pick up the scoring slack for Spurs in his absence?

Remember what Pep Guardiola said about Tottenham in December: "That Harry Kane team." It was a quip, to be sure, but it also spoke to an obvious truth: Spurs heavily depend on Kane, who has scored 24 goals (tied for first, with Mohamed Salah) in the Premier League this season. So you can imagine the panic that struck Spurs supporters at the weekend when Kane suffered ankle ligament damage, an injury that will see the star striker out of action until at least next month.

But another player appears...

 By John Duerden

Son Heung-Min's importance at Spurs a double-edged sword for South Korea

Son Heung-Min was in ESPN FC's Team of the Weekend.

There are few players in the world in the kind of form that Son Heung-Min is in at the moment. The Tottenham Hotspur forward has been impressive all season but has stepped it up a level with seven goals in his past four games, shooting his way out of the shadows cast by the likes of Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen.

In a turn almost as swift as the one that left Everton right-back Jonjoe Kenny feeling dizzy at Wembley in January, the South Korea star has gone from being the most underrated...

Cedric Bakambu's first CSL goal earns victory for Beijing Guoan

Cedric Bakambu had to wait before it was confirmed that his goal would stand.

Cedric Bakambu scored his first Chinese Super League to secure a 2-1 victory for Beijing Guoan over Jiangsu Suning on Sunday.

Bakambu had to wait for his goal to be confirmed after he was initially ruled to have been offside when he latched on to Jonathan Viera's through ball.

But with the video assistant referee confirmed that the former Villarreal forward was onside.

Beijing had taken the lead in the 22nd minute when Wei Shihao -- another new arrival in the transfer window -- lashed a shot from...

Army of champions: Deconstructing the Minerva fairy-tale

A first-half goal from William Opoku earned Minerva a 1-0 win over Churchill Brothers, helping them seal the title on the final day.
From ninth to first: Minerva upset the odds to win the I-League

At first, Kassim Aidara thought he had the wrong location. Aidara had just signed with I-League club Minerva Punjab FC. Having played for over a decade in Europe, it was a gamble on Aidara's part, but a necessary one if he had to get a foothold in the Indian football scene.

When he arrived at the address he'd been given for his club, in the village of Daon along the Chandigarh-Mohali highway, he was confused by what he saw.

Two rifle-bearing guards, who seemed to have been pulled out of Chandigarh's...