Saturday Sep 01, 2018. 17:42
Thank you for joining us on AfricanFootball.com for what was our LIVE African Stars Watch coverage of players in action on the European continent on Saturday, 1 September 2018.
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18h00 - We conclude today's coverage with news of the final scores from the afternoon Premier League matches: Chelsea defeated Bournemouth 2-0, Wolves edged West Ham 1-0 away from home, Jean Michael Seri's Fulham gave away a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 away to Brighton, Mario Lemina's Southampton won 2-0 at Crystal Palace, and Steve Mounie's Huddersfield drew 1-1 at Everton.
17h50 - Half time in France, where PSG are 2-0 up away to Nimes. Kicking off in 10 minutes is the first Serie A game of the day which sees Kwadwo Asamoah and Keita Balde starting for Internazionale away to Bologna.
17h45 - Yves Bissouma's Brighton have levelled the game at 2-2 against Jean Michael Seri's Fulham, thanks to another goal (this time from the penalty spot) by Murray.
17h40 - Closing in on half time in the early Ligue 1 match, where PSG lead 1-0 away to Mustapha Diallo's Nimes. In the Premier League, Victor Moses' Chelsea are 1-0 up at home to Bournemouth.
17h30 - Here are the final scores from the Bundeslliga's afternoon matches: Augusburg 1-1 Monchengladbach, Leverkusen 1-3 Wolfsburg, Frankfurt 1-2 Bremen, Hoffenheim 3-1 Freiburg and Nurnberg 1-1 Mainz.
17h25 - Yves Bissouma has come off the bench for Brighton and they have pulled a goal back through Glen Murray to make 1-2 at home to Fulham.
17h20 - Jean Michael Seri's Fulham have taken a 2-0 lead away to Brighton, with Aleksandar Mitrovic netting a fourth goal in his last three appearances.
17h15 - Danny Ings has put Mario Lemina's Southampton 1-0 up away to Crystal Palace in the Premier League.
17h10 - In the Bundesliga, Pierre Kunde Malong's Mainz are drawing 1-1 away to Nurnberg.
17h00 - Two goals from Adam Szalai have taken Hoffenheim from a goal down to 2-1 up at home to Freiburg, though Ghanaian Kasim Nuhu has been substituted out of the Bundesliga game.
16h50 - Half time in the English top flight matches, where there was a late goal from Fulham's Andre Schurrle - set up by Jean Michael Seri - to put them 1-0 up away to Brighton. Here are the other scores: Chelsea 0-0 Bournemouth, Palace 0-0 Southampton, Everton 1-1 Huddersfield and West Ham 0-0 Wolves.
16h45 - Almost half time in the Premier League, where the only goals have come at Goodison Park. Steve Mounie's Huddersfield are holding the Toffees after goals from Philip Billing and Dominic Calvert-Lewin respectively.
16h40 - Coming up in 20 minutes is the first Ligue 1 game of the day, which sees Mustapha Diallo start for Nimes at home to champions Paris Saint-Germain.
16h30 - Almost our first goal in the afternoon Premier League matches as Gaetan Bong's Brighton miss a penalty (take by Pascal Gross) at home to Jean Michael Seri's Fulham.
16h15 - Half time in Germany's Bundesliga, here are the scores so far: Augusburg 1-0 Monchengladbach, Leverkusen 1-1 Wolfsburg, Frankfurt 0-1 Bremen, Hoffenheim 0-1 Freiburg and Nurnberg 0-1 Mainz.
16h05 - Underway in the Premier League afternoon matches, while in Germany Nuhu Kasim's Hoffenheim are 1-0 down at home to Freiburg.
15h55 - Pierre Kunde Malong's Mainz have gone 1-0 up away to Nurnberg thanks to a goal from JP Mateta.
15h45 - Jordan Ayew starts for Crystal Palace (who also have Jeffrey Schlupp in their line-up, but are missing Wilfried Zaha due to injury) at home to Southampton, who have Mario Lemina in midfield, while Steve Mounie starts for Huddersfield Town away to Everton.
15h40 - In 20 minutes we'll have the afternoon Premier League matches, the first of which sees Gaetan Bong start for Brighton & Hove Albion at home to Fulham, who feature Jean Michael Seri and Andre-Frank Zambo in their Xi.
15h35 - We're five minutes into the afternoon Bundesliga matches, with only two featuring African starters. Pierre Kunde Malong starts for Mainz 05 away to Nurnberg, and Nuhu Kasim sees his Hoffenheim team at home to Freiburg.
15h30 - We open today's ASW with news of the early result in the Premier League, where Rachid Ghezzal's first goal in the English top flight wasn't enough to prevent Leicester City's 2-1 home defeat to Liverpool, for whom Sadio Mane opened the scoring.