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PARIS---Monaco kicked off its
French league campaign by beating
10-man Nice 2-1 in the Cote d Azur
derby while Marseille coach Marcelo
Bielsa resigned minutes after his
side lost to Caen 1-0 yesterday.
The former Argentina coach, wide-
ly credited for Marseille's return to
prominence last season, was out of
contract in Marseille but said this
week he had an agreement with club
president Vincent Labrune to extend
Bielsa, who took over in 2014, gave
his resignation letter to Labrune before
speaking at the post-match news
"I have finished my work here, I
will return to my home country," Biel-
Marseille players hit the woodwork
twice and were booed off the pitch
after losing their opening game. Biel-
sa's new-look Marseille struggled to
display its usual attacking brand of
football at Stade Velodrome, and was
given an early warning when goal-
keeper Steve Mandanda's superb save
in the 15th minute denied a shot from
the unmarked Vincent Bessat.
Marseille's best chance came in
the 22nd, but Benjamin Mendy's half-
volley from 25 meters struck the left
post. Moments later, forward Andy
Delort unleashed a powerful strike
from the edge of the box under Man-
danda's crossbar that silenced the
Marseille, which finished fourth
last season but allowed Andre-Pierre
Gignac, Andre Ayew, and Jeremy
Morel to leave, dominated the second
half, yet could not find a way past
goalkeeper Remy Vercoutre, who
made a fine save to tip Abdelaziz Bar-
rada's shot off the post with two min-
utes remaining. In Nice, Valere Ger-
main scored in the first half but the
hosts were reduced to 10 men when
Olivier Boscagli was sent off for a
second yellow card before the interval.
Bernardo Silva leveled in the 51st, and
defender Layvin Kurzawa headed the
Facing his former teammates, Ger-
main, who joined Nice on loan this
season, converted his first chance to
put the home side ahead with a shot
in the top corner.
But after losing captain Mathieu
Bodmer and keeper Simon Pouplin
through injury, Nice was handed
another blow just before halftime
with Boscagli's dismissal. (AP)
New signings Mario Mandzukic and Paulo Dybala
scored the goals as Juventus beat Lazio 2-0 to win
the Italian Super Cup in Shanghai yesterday.
Both goals came in a five-minute spell midway
through the second half as Juve claimed the traditional
Serie A curtain raiser for the third time in four years.
As Juve won both the Serie A and Coppa Italia
titles last season, their opponents for this match were
cup runners-up Lazio in what was a repeat of the
2013 Super Cup.
Juve beat Lazio 4-0 in that match and they were
again too good for their Roman opponents yesterday,
although they had to wait until the 69th minute to
get their noses in front at the Shanghai Stadium,
with Mandzukic making the breakthrough.
The Croatia international, who joined from Atletico
Madrid this summer for £13.6 million, climbed
between two defenders to glance home a header from
Stefano Sturaro's right-wing cross.
Dybala then wrapped up the win when he made
it 2-0 in the 74th minute---less than quarter of an
hour after coming on for Kingsley Coman.
Lazio failed to deal with Mandzukic's ball into the
area and Paul Pogba's lay-back was smashed into
the roof of the net by 21-year-old Dybala, a £24
million signing from Palermo in June.
Juve begin the defence of their Serie A title at
home to Udinese next Sunday while Lazio host
Bologna on Saturday.
Hearts moved to the top of the Ladbrokes Pre-
miership table as they came from behind to defeat
Dundee in an eagerly-contested match at Dens Park.
Robbie Neilson's side were trailing to Kane Hem-
mings' early opener for the Dark Blues but rallied
after the break to run out 2-1 winners thanks to Juan-
ma's clinical double.
The Spanish striker equalised from the penalty
spot in the 56th minute before a solo effort seven
minutes later helped the resurgent Tynecastle club
seal back-to-back wins since being promoted from
A first-half double from Craig Curran guided Ross
County towards their first points of the campaign
in a comfortable victory over Hamilton at Global
Curran netted from close range early on after a
goalmouth scramble and he struck again for Jim
McIntyre's side when he was in the right place to
tuck away a Marcus Fraser cutback, earning a 2-0
Motherwell defender Louis Laing's late own goal
handed Dundee United their first three points of the
Ladbrokes Premiership season.
Laing sliced Paul Dixon's cross inside the near post
to gift United the lead at Fir Park
Monaco beats 10-man Nice
...Bielsa resigns in French league
Hearts go top of
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