A look at what’s happening in European soccer on Sunday: ENGLAND Ange Postecoglou faces his first north London derby as Tottenham manager with Spurs flying high in the Premier League. A win at Arsenal on Sunday would be a statement of intent after Spurs' unbeaten start in the league. But history is against Postecoglou. Arsenal has dominated this fixture, last losing at home to Tottenham in the league in 2011. Liverpool, which is level on points with Tottenham and Arsenal, hosts West Ham. Brighto
The midfielder was sent off but City held on to beat Nottingham Forest 2-0.
BREST, France (AP) — Substitute Steve Mounie scored a late header as Brest climbed atop the French league standings with a 1-0 win over struggling Lyon. New Lyon coach Fabio Grosso could not produce a jolt in his first match in charge and the seven-time champions remained winless and slumped to a fourth defeat in six league matches. Grosso was appointed Lyon coach as a replacement for Laurent Blanc. Lyon was on the back foot from the start as Jeremy Le Douaron came close to breaking the deadlock