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Football fans on Twitter just couldn't get enough of the finish, with Suarez firmly banishing the claims that he was past his best. Suarez made a great run down the left and then squared for Paulinho to slot home and halve the deficit. Paulinho had a decent chance to answer back for Barcelona three minutes later, but the Brazilian saw his goal-bound strike blocked before eventually conceding a free kick in an attempt to regain the ball.
  • Minneapolis Miracle: Vikings Case Keenum and Stefon Diggs Reach 'Seven Heaven'

    Minneapolis Miracle: Vikings Case Keenum and Stefon Diggs Reach 'Seven Heaven'

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    But we wouldn't blame you if it's still too soon to get over that ending. The secondary had other shortcomings, allowing 318 passing yards and committing a series of penalties that contributed to Vikings points. The 39-year-old quarterback completed 25 of his 40 passing attempts for 294 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions in the defeat - a decent performance in what was a more modest season than usual for the seasoned gunslinger.
  • Minnesota Vikings join Canberra Raiders in adopting the viking clap

    Minnesota Vikings join Canberra Raiders in adopting the viking clap

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    Instead, quarterback Case Keenum threw a miracle 61-yard touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs who crossed the goal line with no time remaining on the clock. Yeah, it sure was. "When a team wins on a final play like that and everyone is on the field celebrating, that should be it". For one and all in the Land of 10,000 Lakes.
  • Curtis Granderson signs one-year deal with Blue Jays

    Curtis Granderson signs one-year deal with Blue Jays

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    It has been widely assumed that they had somewhere in the neighbourhood of 20 million to work with prior to the Granderson signing, so if there is still 15 million or more to bring in additional players, it could mean that Atkins and Shapiro are looking to significantly upgrade the rotation, or even bring in another bat.
  • The Minnesota Vikings give their fans a win they deserve

    The Minnesota Vikings give their fans a win they deserve

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    The Vikings waived tight end Kyle Carter on Saturday to make room for Bradford, who last played at Chicago on October 9 and returned to practice last week after recovering from a left knee injury. Minnesota Vikings quarterback Case Keenum threw the game-winning touchdown sports radio announcer Paul Allen called the "Minneapolis Miracle," but for the National Football League star, it ranks No.
  • India registers comfortable 10-wicket win over Papua New Guinea

    India registers comfortable 10-wicket win over Papua New Guinea

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    In the first match, the India U-19 skipper led from the front with a 94-run knock as India crushed Australia by 100 runs in their tournament opener. The first to fall was Igo Mahuru, struck on the pad by one that swung back in a long way, and Heagi Toua soon followed, castled by an inch-perfect yorker.
  • Man United becoming Pogba's team - Mourinho

    Man United becoming Pogba's team - Mourinho

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    We're just looking to the future and the next games. "It's good that they lose points but we have to go back to winning because we want to catch them again". We missed lots of chances because we accelerate the game. United believe they have won the battle for the £35 million-rated Sanchez, who is out of contract with Arsenal at the end of the season, especially after City let the Gunners know on Monday that they are no longer interested in Sanchez, given his fee and salary demands.
  • Liverpool 4-3 Manchester City: 4 things we learned

    Liverpool 4-3 Manchester City: 4 things we learned

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    Second-placed Manchester United - 15 points behind City and ahead of Liverpool on goal difference before their game against Stoke (this morning, Singapore time ) - and Chelsea still have to visit City at the Etihad, while City must travel to Arsenal and Tottenham, but it felt as if Sunday was the most arduous test that remained.
  • Konta tipped to win Australian Open

    Konta tipped to win Australian Open

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    The former champion will take on German player Tatjana Maria in the round of 128 of the event. Bautista Agut lost to fellow Spaniard Fernando Verdasco, a semifinalist here in 2009, and Raonic lost 6-7 (5), 7-5, 6-4, 7-6 (4) to Lukas Lacko in the opening match on Show Court 2.
  • Novak Djokovic wants increase in prize money in tourneys

    Novak Djokovic wants increase in prize money in tourneys

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    According to the Daily Mail, Djokovic spoke at the annual player meeting at the Australian Open on Friday night. Although all four Grand Slams have made significant increases to the amount of prize money they offer players, reports claim the Serbian superstar, accompanied by an Australian lawyer, made a lengthy speech outlining his proposal for a breakaway players' union to battle for greater financial reward at tournaments.
  • What's the deal with those dog masks Eagles players are wearing?

    What's the deal with those dog masks Eagles players are wearing?

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    There were plenty of plays the Eagles didn't make, but with the game on the line, and only 2 yards standing between the Falcons and the end zone late in the fourth quarter, it was the underdog that came out on top. The key play was a 21-yard run by wide receiver Nelson Agholor on third down that took the Eagles to the Falcons 3. Elliott was able to control a 53-yard field goal, drawing the Birds within 10-9 as first-half time expired.
  • Big 12 Announces Public Reprimand and Fine of Texas Tech

    Big 12 Announces Public Reprimand and Fine of Texas Tech

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    Evans was 8 of 9 from the line and Stevenson made all six of his free throws as Texas Tech went 24 of 28. No. 11 Arizona State 77, Oregon State 75: Shannon Evans scored 7 of his 22 points in a late 10-0 run, and the host Sun Devils held on to beat the Ducks.
  • Playoff dreams come true for 99-year-old Vikings fan

    Playoff dreams come true for 99-year-old Vikings fan

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    Sunday night, she witnessed her first playoff game in person and saw the Miracle of Minneapolis unfold, as the Vikings defeated the New Orleans Saints 29-24 on the game's final play to reach the NFC championship game. She had her trusty yellow foam brick nearby (though didn't need to use it until the second half) and her signature drink in hand: a screwdriver with a splash of cranberry.
  • Martavis Bryant wants to return to Steelers in 2018

    Martavis Bryant wants to return to Steelers in 2018

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    Obviously, I feel very fortunate to be a part of this team and have this opportunity to know we're going to play against the New England Patriots for an AFC Championship. One of the biggest problems with picking the Jacksonville Jaguars to win Sunday's game was that it was hard to imagine them outscoring a team with an offense as explosive as Pittsburgh's unless Ben Roethlisberger threw five interceptions again.
  • Jacksonville pulls off upset over Steelers in AFC

    Jacksonville pulls off upset over Steelers in AFC

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    A man was arrested after he threatened to kill players and fans at Sunday's National Football League playoff game between the Steelers and Jaguars in Pittsburgh , San Antonio TV station KSAT reported. Roethlisberger said. "Because that is always our goal. It wasn't our year". Earlier this season, in London, Jacksonville beat the purple and black into submission.