• Kevin De Bruyne misses Manchester City’s trip to Liverpool

    Kevin De Bruyne misses Manchester City’s trip to Liverpool

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    Unusual as it might seem in light of their best ever start to a season, but Liverpool have only played well for a full 90 minutes once so far, namely in the away win over Spurs. "By the end of my career it was just another game". 'I thought we were sensational. "I have a lot of respect for the way they play, how proactive are his teams are".
  • Hamilton inches closer to F1 title

    Hamilton inches closer to F1 title

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    Valtteri Bottas held off Verstappen to take second nearly 13 seconds behind Hamilton in a breathless 53-lap race at the fast-flowing Japanese circuit. Vettel was left wondering what might have been after a ruining an electric start with an ill-advised attempt to duck inside Verstappen at turn 13. Verstappen, who finished third, had been handed the penalty for forcing Vettel's team mate Kimi Raikkonen off the track earlier in the race and would have dropped behind Vettel anyway at the ...
  • Packers PK Mason Crosby melts down in 31-23 loss to Lions

    Packers PK Mason Crosby melts down in 31-23 loss to Lions

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    Adams, who had to exit Wednesday's practice after injuring his calf, will attempt to practice Saturday, coach Mike McCarthy said , per multiple media outlets. He said on Monday that his hamstring continues to bother him. -The anticipated return of Baltimore Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith from suspension initiated talk that cornerback Brandon Carr's streak of consecutive starts would end.
  • 'Beating Manchester City massive for Reds'

    'Beating Manchester City massive for Reds'

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    There is a theory that although Klopp is able to defeat Guardiola in a one-off game, the latter will ultimately prevail over the course of a league campaign because of the control his football exerts and the squad he has. With both teams sitting on 19 points, a win for the Reds would allow them to start to pull away from the pack and put pressure on City, Tottenham and Chelsea.
  • Virat Kohli tops active players century list with his 24th Test ton

    Virat Kohli tops active players century list with his 24th Test ton

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    Despite Kohli scoring nearly 600 runs - and two centuries - India suffered a 4-1 defeat to England in the summer. They trail India by 555 runs and the hosts will fancy themselves to bowl them out twice by day three. The last session saw India maintain a good run rate with Kohli and Rahane (41) stitching a 105-run partnership and helping India get past the 300-run mark.
  • Rockies Win NL Wild Card, Beat Cubs 2-1

    Rockies Win NL Wild Card, Beat Cubs 2-1

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    After the Rockies strung together three two-out singles in the 13th inning against Kyle Hendricks and took the lead, the Cubs called on former Royal Jorge De La Rosa, who got the final out to end the inning. Given that ESPN is broadcasting the Wild Card Game, we think they probably should have known this before. They certainly competed. Hitting was another thing.
  • Man City star speaks out after injury blow ahead of Liverpool meeting

    Man City star speaks out after injury blow ahead of Liverpool meeting

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    Former Schalke youngster Leroy Sane starts in attack. Hoffenheim are expected to be without captain Kevin Vogt because of a thigh injury, as well as defenders Ermin Bicakcic and Havard Nordtveit. "He's coming out in press conferences constantly having a go at players, having a go at the people above for not getting what he wants". Guardiola was in charge of Bayern that day.
  • Jose Mourinho: 'Some players care more than others'

    Jose Mourinho: 'Some players care more than others'

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    Today the Manchester United manager responded to rumours about a conversation with Zinedine Zidane in flawless fashion. Or an intermittently world-class, World Cup-winning midfielder who can barely string two coherent and dedicated hours together in a red shirt and hasn't the sincerity, seriousness of objective or testicular fortitude to make a position his own, take responsibility, seize a game, rouse his team-mates and tell his conniving agent to pipe down.
  • Superb Sergio Garcia repays Thomas Bjorn’s faith at Ryder Cup

    Superb Sergio Garcia repays Thomas Bjorn’s faith at Ryder Cup

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    This has the feel of the K Club and Gleneagles when Europe led 10-6 going into the singles and the Americans, who had shown too few signs of getting to grips with the tight set-up of the courses, could not stop the blue tide. Woods played twice, and at times it looked as though he were playing by himself. Spieth will take on Thorbjorn Olesen in the seventh Singles match while Poulter goes out just beforehand against Dustin Johnson .
  • Penn State's Juwan Johnson Made An Unbelievable One-Handed Catch

    Penn State's Juwan Johnson Made An Unbelievable One-Handed Catch

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    McSorley completed 16-of-32 passes for 286 yards and two touchdowns and carried 25 times for 175 yards, the most rushing yards by a Penn State quarterback since 1913. Penn State opened the season with a bit of a scare at home against Appalachian State. Three timeouts later, on the Ohio State 43-yard line, the Nittany Lions stuck with that same original playcall - which resulted in McSorley handing the ball off to Miles Sanders on a run that went nowhere and puzzled the college football ...
  • Panthers sign Eric Reid to 1-year deal — National Football League free agency

    Panthers sign Eric Reid to 1-year deal — National Football League free agency

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    Reid said in March that he wouldn't take a knee during the national anthem when he returned to the field , and would instead raise awareness for social justice causes in other ways. I think (Kaepernick) is a good player. The decision by the Panthers to sign Reid comes less than three months after David Tepper bought the team from conservative owner Jerry Richardson .
  • Sarri insists Eden Hazard can become best player in the world

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    N'Golo's next task: tell Hazard he's scared of not winning the Premier League... However, Hazard insisted he is more concerned with trying to win silverware, than achieve any specific goal tally. The game is a big test for the Reds who are looking to maintain their ideal start to their Premier League season. Yes, immediately after a defeat the mood is not good but then you have two days in this case to find [your way] back on track.
  • Arsenal boss Emery happy with 2-goal Welbeck: Contract talks?

    Arsenal boss Emery happy with 2-goal Welbeck: Contract talks?

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    The Gunners will welcome fourth-placed Watford to the Emirates Stadium on Saturday knowing that a win would hoist them above the Hornets. Upon the resumption of the second-half, the hosts went a goal down as Alan Judge pulled one back for the Championship side in the 58th minute.