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  • Fans walk out as sorry Inter lose again

    Fans walk out as sorry Inter lose again

    They'll be up against on-form Sassuolo and Domenico Berardi, who has been tipped for a role at San Siro next season, but also face the wrath of the Nerazzurri ultras. Napoli moved two points ahead of Roma before the Giallorossi's match against Juventus and into second place as it attempts to take the last direct Champions League spot.

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  • Murray beats Ramos-Vinolas to reach Barcelona semifinals

    In the quarter-finals he was pushed to the limit by youngster Hyeon Chung but he managed to come out on top and won the match 7-6 (4), 6-2. He struggled to get into his stride as he dropped serve three times, Thiem converting three out of three break points.

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  • Steyn ruled out of England series

    Steyn ruled out of England series

    I am able to do a lot of things, like running, hiking and gym work, but bowling is not one of them, and I won't be ready in time (for England). Instead, he is now targeting the home series against Bangladesh in September-October to make an global comeback, but understands he will need game time before that if he is to make the squad.

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  • El United se mide ante el Tottenham de Pochettino

    El estadio White Hart Lane cerrará sus puertas luego de 118 años y este lunes será demolido, pero un día antes tendrá una despedida a lo grande. Los visitantes descontaron a poco menos de 20 minutos del final, cuando Wayne Rooney aprovechó un centro del francés Anthony Martial después de un desborde.

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  • Vandoorne gets grid penalty for Massa clash

    Vandoorne gets grid penalty for Massa clash

    He then slid off into the gravel to retire, bringing out a virtual safety vehicle. His Spanish team mate Fernando Alonso, who will miss Monaco to compete in the Indianapolis 500 on the same day, started seventh but finished 12th after also having an incident with Massa on the opening lap.

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  • Valtteri Bottas Snatches the Win in 2017 F1 Russian GP

    Valtteri Bottas Snatches the Win in 2017 F1 Russian GP

    Kimi Raikkonen finished in third. The Finn further hoped that he can now kick on and become a regular contender for the top step of the podium. Bottas started third but passed both Ferraris off the start. He led the race throughout, except during his sole pit stop on Lap 27. "He said: "[Winning the title] has always been the only goal for me in my career but I have not had the chance to prove it.

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  • Nadal beats Thiem in Madrid, wins 3rd straight title

    Nadal beats Thiem in Madrid, wins 3rd straight title

    Real Madrid great Raul and all-time top scorer Cristiano Ronaldo were among those watching in the stands in the Caja Magica on a scorching day in the Spanish capital in as Madrid fan Nadal continued his rampant start to the year. It will be the Spaniard's eighth final at his home tournament, and the first since losing to Andy Murray in 2015. A finalist in Madrid in 2014, Nishikori lost his last 10 matches against Djokovic, including in the semifinals in Madrid past year.

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  • Nadal Smashes Djokovic And Advances To The Finals

    Nadal Smashes Djokovic And Advances To The Finals

    Not to mention the smackdown Nadal gave Djokovic yesterday, beating him 6-2, 6-4 in a match where Nadal dictated play the entire time . Rafael Nadal has continued his dominance of the clay court tennis season with a third title in as many events.

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  • Hamilton wins Spanish GP ahead of Vettel

    Hamilton wins Spanish GP ahead of Vettel

    Hamilton will start today's race at the Circuit de Catalunya from the 64th pole position of his career as he bids to reduce his 13 point gap to Vettel in the drivers championship. It was a nice race". Starting from fourth and fifth, Kimi Raikkonen and 2016 race victor Max Verstappen came together when trying to squeeze around the first turn with Bottas alongside them.

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  • Senators won't embrace underdog role against Penguins

    During the regular season , the Predators were 15th in the league short handed. "I talked to (Russia's coach) and just said I'm not able to help the team", Ovechkin added. "Sometimes I feel I need it", he said, "sometimes I feel I can play without out it". Ovechkin also spoke about his demotion in the lineup (he received the seventh most minutes among Caps forwards in Game Seven).

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  • Buffalo Bills hire Dolphins' Joe Schoen to be assistant GM

    Buffalo Bills hire Dolphins' Joe Schoen to be assistant GM

    Buffalo has hired Joe Schoen, Miami's director of player personnel. Schoen spent his first five years with the Dolphins serving as one of the team's national scouts, and cut his teeth in the NFL with the Carolina Panthers, where he interned in the team's ticket office in 2000, served as a scouting assistant in 2001 and later as a Southeast and Southwest scout.

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  • NFL Draft: Best Players Remaining for Day 2 Include Some Big Names

    NFL Draft: Best Players Remaining for Day 2 Include Some Big Names

    Then again, one of the benefits of only winning one game means Cleveland was fortunate to lockup this year's top overall pick, which they chose to use on former Texas A&M defensive standout Myles Garrett. Most of the household names are off the board and the picks don't take 10 minutes with highly targeted commercials peppered in for good measure. Quick note: First- and second-round picks should end up being starters in year one; third-round ones should contribute significantly early ...

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  • Emre Can ranks Watford bicycle kick stunner as his best

    The Anfield side are now 3 points ahead of Manchester City in fourth and 4 points from Manchester United in fifth. Talking about the winning goal, Can said that it was the best goal he has scored in his career. We want to stay focused. "In the first half aside from another great shot from Lallana we didn't concede anything to them". Can was delighted with his effort, which ended a poor first half from both sides, but said that taking the three points was ultimately more important.

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  • Wenger should choose when he leaves Arsenal - Gilberto

    Wenger should choose when he leaves Arsenal - Gilberto

    You become cleverer, and since my (last) red card, I think things have improved". "Is it possible?" he began when asked about his side's top four chances this season following their 2-0 Arsenal defeat on Sunday afternoon-which itself came mere hours after Liverpool had drawn with Southampton to put United back in control of their own top four destiny.

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  • Tony Parker out for the season

    Tony Parker out for the season

    According to The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Spurs expect Parker to undergo season-ending surgery on his injury left leg. THE San Antonio Spurs suffered a major injury blow with Tony Parker going down with a leg injury during his team's second-round playoff game against the Houston Rockets on Wednesday.

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  • Kings' Rudy Gay to opt out of final year of contract

    Toronto was one of only three teams - and the only one in the Eastern Conference - in the top 10 in both offensive and defensive efficiency. A day after the Raptors' season ended in a four-game sweep by the Cleveland Cavaliers, Lowry didn't hint about his intentions or the criteria for his decision.

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  • Queda definida la final de la Champions League

    Queda definida la final de la Champions League

    Saúl abrió el marcador con un cabezazo al saque de un córner (12), antes de que Antoine Griezmann hiciera el 2-0 al transformar un penal (16), pero al filo del descanso Francisco Alarcón Isco recortó distancias al aprovechar en boca de gol un rechace del arquero rojiblanco Jan Oblak (43).

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  • NBA Playoffs: Boston Celtics just one win away from Eastern Conference Finals

    John Wall was asked about the game and said, "They were the most physical team tonight". Golden State and Cleveland combined to deliver 4 of those 10 losses. If the refs don't call a lot, it probably means Markieff Morris stays out of foul trouble and Isaiah Thomas doesn't get as many calls, but it gives the Celtics' more opportunities to jostle John Wall and Bradley Beal.

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  • "Sí, yo soy de este planeta" — Cristiano Ronaldo

    El portugués, cuyo triplete pone muy de cara la eliminatoria para los blancos, ha marcado ocho de los nueve goles de los blancos en este partido y en los dos de cuartos frente al Bayern de Múnich . El optimismo de Cristiano en un momento en el que se deciden los títulos grandes se apoya en el estado actual de la plantilla que dirige Zinedine Zidane.

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  • Arsenal maintain top four hunt with impressive Stoke victory

    Arsenal maintain top four hunt with impressive Stoke victory

    In the news leading up to the match, as well as in Arsene Wenger's press conference, it appeared that Laurent Koscielny was likely to miss the match. I fancy Aaron Ramsey and Jon Walters both to score and I'd also have a look at 70+ booking points as Hughes will send his team of to get under Arsenal's skin.

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  • Sergio Romero planning on Manchester United stay

    United survived a late scare against Celta Vigo last night to scrape it through to their first European final in seven years. After the intermission, Celta produced most of the best scoring opportunities, almost getting a goal in the 76th minute when a header by Swedish striker John Guidetti went just wide of the post.

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  • Scott claws his way back at Sawgrass

    World number two Rory McIlroy has revealed he is struggling with a back injury despite making the cut at the Players Championship. It also kept him in contention to joining Tiger Woods (2001) as the only player in 44 years to win both tournaments.

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  • Watch Madrid Open 2017 final live online and on TV

    Watch Madrid Open 2017 final live online and on TV

    In the final of the men's Mutua Madrid Open , 23-year-old Austrian Dominic Tim will compete for the title with 30-year-old Spaniard Rafael Nadal. The Scot enjoyed a superb clay-court season previous year as he reached the final in Madrid and won his first Italian Open title, but he will now head to Rome to defend his crown having experienced his worst start to a season since 2008.

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  • Warriors' Kerr returns to practice for 1st time in 3 weeks

    Warriors' Kerr returns to practice for 1st time in 3 weeks

    It's the first time Kerr has been at a home practice since he took a leave of absence in the middle of the first round to find a remedy for the pain he's been dealing with stemming from back surgery he had nearly two years ago. So for him to even just have the energy and ability to be here means a lot. Some of Kerr's players were encouraged to see him engaged again. "The more that he can be around, the better feel that all of us have".

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  • Atleti soñó, pero Real Madrid liquidó y está en Cardiff

    Atleti soñó, pero Real Madrid liquidó y está en Cardiff

    Dirigido por Vujadin Boskov, cayó en París por 1-0. El adiós del Vicente Calderón fue vibrante y emotivo. Por otra parte, sobre la polémica y recordada imitación a Fabio Capello antes de un Espanyol - Real Madrid , comentó: "Le imité, sí es cierto, pero no fue con mala intención ya que lo estaba haciendo junto a sus hombres de confianza".

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  • US routs Slovakia to top Group A at WHC

    US routs Slovakia to top Group A at WHC

    France remained sixth on seven points in Group B with only one game remaining, while the teams it can catch, Norway and Finland on eight and nine points respectively, both have two games remaining. Two quick-fire goals from Christian Dvorak , assisted by Gaudreau, and Jacob Trouba put the U.S.in a comfortable position. Andrew Copp's and Dylan Larkin's goals then ensured the USA stretched its winning run to four games, following its surprise defeat to co-host Germany.

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  • Bottas es el hombre de la carrera — Vettel

    He necesitado algo de tiempo, pero valió la pena la espera, todo el aprendizaje y esta oportunidad tan extraña de llegar a este equipo durante el invierno. "Fue una de mis mejores carreras a nivel personal, por lo que estoy muy contento". Inmediatamente tras la carrera, Mercedes emitió un mensaje de Twitter felicitando a Ferrari por su largamente esperada "pole".

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  • Izaguirre wins Stage 8 of Giro; Jungels stays in pink

    Izaguirre wins Stage 8 of Giro; Jungels stays in pink

    That was it. Race over. With 10km left to the summit finish Thomas was nearly three minutes down and bleeding from cuts on both arms. Quintana, the 2014 champion, attacked with Thibaut Pinot (FDJ) and Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida) midway up the final climb before accelerating away by himself to take the stage and the leader's pink jersey.

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