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LONDON---Luis Suarez and Barcelona
returned to the summit of the Associated
Press Global Football 10 yesterday.
Suarez led the player poll after his sec-
ond-half hat trick in Barcelona s 6-0 win
against Athletic Bilbao on Sunday, ahead of
Juventus striker Paulo Dybala.
"Luis Suarez scored three goals and laid
on another as Barcelona pulverized Athletic
Bilbao," Jonathan Johnson of beIN Sports
USA said. "The Uruguay international was
clinical in front of goal, stepping up in Lionel
Messi s absence (through injury) from half-
Dybala scored twice as Juventus beat Udi-
nese 4-0, extending the club s winning run
in Serie A to 10 matches.
"Dybala is set to become the great genius
of 2016, of course, behind Messi," Federico
Giammaria of La Voz in Argentina said.
"The Juventus striker has become an impor-
tant benchmark of the Italian team."
Sergio Aguero of Manchester City was
third, for a brace in the 4-0 win over Crystal
Palace to maintain City s English Premier
League title push.
Antoine Griezmann polled fourth, after
his double led Atletico Madrid to a 3-0
away win against Las Palmas.
Cristiano Ronaldo was fifth for another
pair which propelled Real Madrid past Sport-
ing Gijon 5-1.
Strikers Wayne Rooney, Gonzalo Higuain,
Neymar, Karim Benzema and Kevin Gamiero
rounded out the top 10 players of the week.
Barcelona topped the team poll after two
wins in a week. Its rout of Bilbao followed
a 2-0 victory away against Espanyol in the
Copa del Rey.
Madrid was runner-up to its fierce Span-
ish rival after thrashing Gijon 5-1 - the sec-
ond straight game it has hit five.
NYON---UEFA chief refereeing officer Pierluigi
Collina says the European Championship is "a good
opportunity" to start using goal-line technology in
Collina's comment signals that the UEFA
executive committee will approve giving its referees
more technical help at a two-day meeting starting
Goal-line technology would then be extended
after Euro 2016 in France for use in the Champions
League and Europa League.
Collina says in an interview published by UEFA
that Euro 2016 "is a good opportunity for UEFA to
introduce GLT at a big tournament."
At Euro 2012, match officials did not award co-
host Ukraine a goal when the ball crossed the line in
a 1-0 loss against England.
Collina says UEFA remains committed to using
extra assistants beside each goal.
Copa draw for New York
MIAMI BEACH---The draw for this year's Copa
America Centenario will be in New York on Feb. 21.
The United States, Argentina, Brazil and Mexico
are seeded in the 16-nation tournament that will be
played at 10 venues in the US from June 3-26.
The other 12 teams will be spread among the four
groups: Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador,
Jamaica, Haiti, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay
The United States plays in the opener at Santa
Clara, California. The final is at East Rutherford,
Watford signs Pantilimon
LONDON --- Watford has signed goalkeeper
Costel Pantilimon from Sunderland to provide
competition for Heurelho Gomes.
The 28-year-old Pantilimon started the season as
Sunderland's first-choice goalkeeper but he has not
played since a 3-1 defeat at Chelsea a month ago.
The Romania international wasn't included in the
last three matchday squads.
Watford, which is 12th in the English Premier
League after a 1-0 loss at Swansea on Monday,
gains a goalkeeper with more than 50 appearances
in the topflight.
Pantilimon made seven league appearances for
Manchester City in a three-year spell at the club
before joining Sunderland in 2014.
Also, 16th-place Norwich continued to bolster its
squad in a bid to stay in the Premier League, signing
Scottish forward Steven Naismith from Everton.
Suarez, Barcelona back atop Football 10
But the teams trailed Atletico in the Spanish league.
Diego Simeone s side stayed first by beating Las Pal-
mas 3-0, a performance which ranked third in this
week s team vote.
Juventus was fourth, and Manchester City fifth
for its resounding win at home to Palace.
Napoli, Manchester United, Tottenham, Paris Saint-
Germain and Genoa completed the top 10 teams.
1. Luis Suarez, 114 points.
2. Paulo Dybala, 77.
3. Sergio Aguero, 72.
4. Antoine Griezmann, 62.
5. Cristiano Ronaldo, 57.
6. Wayne Rooney, 56.
7. Gonzalo Higuain, 55.
8. Neymar, 52.
9. Karim Benzema, 47.
10. Kevin Gameiro, 30.
1. Barcelona, 113.
2. Real Madrid, 92.
3. Atletico Madrid, 82.
4. Juventus, 76.
5. Manchester City, 66.
6. Napoli, 52.
7. Manchester United, 51.
8. Tottenham, 40.
9. Paris Saint-Germain, 39.
10. Genoa, 24.
UEFA referee upbeat
about goal-line tech
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