From the Back Pages, November 28: Two killed as crane collapses at Brazilian World Cup stadium

From the back pages
From the back pages

Brazil’s World Cup preparations suffered a deadly setback on Wednesday when a crane collapsed, killing two building workers at the São Paulo stadium that is due to host the opening match. (Guardian)

Bayer Leverkusen 0-5 Manchester United: Red Devils reach last 16 of Champions League with commanding display. (Mirror)

A goal from Sergio Aguero is just about taken as read these days, but few could have expected to see Joe Hart retrieving the ball from the back of his net on his Manchester City recall. Even fewer to see him doing it twice. (Daily Mail)

Andre Villa-Boas is not facing an imminent threat of the sack, despite growing pressure at Tottenham following the 6-0 defeat to Manchester City at the weekend. (The Independent)

THIS EVENINGS’S transfer news sees Chelsea favourites to sign Ivan Rakitic and Luis Suarez alerting Liverpool to the talent of Kevin Mendez. Elsewhere West Ham and Newcastle are vying to sign Christopher Samba, Arsenal and Liverpool’s interest has unsettled Konstantinos Mitroglou and Jermain Defoe looks set to leave Tottenham for Canada. (The Express)

Everton captain says players can stake a claim for place in absence of injured left-back who is out for six weeks. (The Express)

Darren Lehmann, the Australia coach, has rejected an invitation from Andy Flower, his England counterpart, to hold peace talks to discuss their teams’ on-field behaviour before the second Ashes Test begins in Adelaide next week. (The Times)