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  • Lee Westwood confident Europe's six Ryder Cup rookies are ready for anything

    Lee Westwood confident Europe's six Ryder Cup rookies are ready for anything

    On Sunday, Pieters closed with 65, including three birdies in a row to finish, to win his third European Tour event in the past 12 months. The Scot would have been in the side automatically had the points from his WGC-HSBC Champions win in November counted, while Pieters tasted glory in Denmark playing alongside Clarke which followed a runner-up finish at the Czech Masters and fourth at the Olympics.

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  • Gary Cahill: Chelsea defender furious at referee

    Nemanja Matic believes Chelsea have discovered a winning mentality since Antonio Conte became manager. 'I think they will battle for the title until the end'. Terry is a key player for Chelsea, and if he is unavailable for the 8pm kickoff (BST), Jurgen Klopp can look to exploit the Blues' defence. A trio of Swansea players were booked for fouls on the forward, with Jordi Amat setting the tone two minutes in with an elbow to the Spaniard's back that went unpunished.

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  • Manchester United defender Eric Bailly opens up on partnership with Daley Blind

    Jose Mourinho has worked with numerous game's elite talents, from Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Cristiano Ronaldo, but insists no one player is bigger than the team and makes no special effort to cater for individuals. Mourinho blamed referee Mark Clattenburg for not awarding a penalty after a rash challenge on Rooney by Bravo. "The performances are the deciding factor", said the Special One.

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  • Was this the best call in the Rams opening-night flop?

    New head coach Chip Kelly recruited and coached the two trees from OR to revamp the front-7. "When we got things rolling, we were executing at a high level", Gabbert said. Gurley was the league's offensive rookie of the year last year. However, led by a pass-rushing tandem of Pro Bowl defensive tackle Aaron Donald and defensive end Robert Quinn, many fans and analysts alike thought the Rams would be talented enough to stay tough on defense .

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  • West Indies prevail in thrilling Twenty20 match in the United States

    West Indies prevail in thrilling Twenty20 match in the United States

    West Indies will be without their two-time World Cup winning skipper Darren Sammy who has been stripped of his captaincy and deemed to be unworthy of a place in the side by the selectors. "So I am thankful for that", Lewis concluded. "We became world champions and now we're here to defend that and show that we are number one in the world and show why we are", Brathwaite said.

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  • Conte backs David Luiz to become one of the world's best

    David Luiz is 29, it's a fantastic age for him to become one of the best defenders in the world'. "He wanted to play for Chelsea . If he is someone who loses concentration during the game, I might ask him to improve this aspect". "I think every player, until the end of their career, can improve", said Conte, who indicated Luiz is unlikely to start Sunday's Premier League clash with Swansea as he adapts to Chelsea's new "philosophy".

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  • What to expect from the World Cup of Hockey

    With two groups of four teams, it's entirely possible we're going to see the World Cup of Hockey points standings knotted up before the elimination rounds. However, they will need to work as a cohesive team to have a chance to make it past their group. Suter gathered the entire US team in Madison last month for a low-key few days of golfing and hanging out.

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  • Ex-serviceman injured in Iraq wins gold in cycling at Paralympics

    Cox was tearful on the podium, recalling her two-year journey from stroke symptoms in May 2014 which were later diagnosed as MS, a progressive disease which made her determined to compete in two sports in Rio. Speaking to broadcaster Channel 4 after the race, Cox said: "I'm over the moon". "Hats off, it's been possible and she's done a great job". "She's a race-day deliverer".

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  • Williams Sisters Could Face Each Other in US Open Semi-Finals

    That total surpassed Martina Navratilova for the most in women's tennis history and tied Roger Federer for the most by any player. After 17 trips to Flushing Meadows and six U.S. "I feel OK", she said when asked to grade her performance in week one. Halep, who fell in the semi-finals to eventual champion Flavia Pennetta previous year, will play Spain s Carla Suarez Navarro for place in the quarter-finals.

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  • Ex Boyer stands by Colin Kaepernick during national anthem

    Ex Boyer stands by Colin Kaepernick during national anthem

    And not take away from the military, but keep the focus on what the issues really are. Instead, the two athletes took a knee. "Super Flag" while a sailor sang the "The Star Spangled Banner". And who am I to say "Bro, you're right"? I love America. I love people. The complexity of the situation was not lost on those tailgating before Thursday's game.

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  • Teixeira's slam helps Yankees take sixth straight

    The win moves the Yanks to within two games of Baltimore for that final playoff spot, and with Houston's loss to Cleveland in their series finale, drops them to 2.5 games back, leaving just the Detroit Tigers between NY and Baltimore entering play on Friday.

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  • What to Watch at US Open: Djokovic faces Wawrinka in final

    Wawrinka, the 2014 Australian Open victor and 2015 French Open champion, broke Nishikori in the last game of the second, third and fourth sets to reach his first U.S. He claims to be healthier now. "Novak knows also that I can play my best tennis in the final of a Grand Slam". "What I got is my speed". He has 12 Grand Slam titles while in total he owns 66 career crowns.

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  • Golovkin vs Brook results: GGG stops Brook in five, retains belts

    Golovkin vs Brook results: GGG stops Brook in five, retains belts

    Brook, the IBF welterweight world champion, believes that he has shown his ability to mix it with the best despite the loss, but concedes his best division may be light middleweight . "We knew over time we'd break him down", he added. "We tried to make that [Saunders] fight before in the United Kingdom and it didn't go very far".

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  • Keenan Allen suffers suspected ACL tear

    Keenan Allen suffers suspected ACL tear

    San Diego Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen is one of the best receivers in the National Football League when he's healthy. It was a non-contact injury, causing the wideout to double over in pain, and Allen appeared to be in tears as he was being carted off.

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  • Chiefs streak into season, Chargers looking for fresh start

    Chiefs streak into season, Chargers looking for fresh start

    The Chargers are 1-4 ATS in their last five games against the Chiefs . This week the Kansas City Chiefs welcome in the San Diego Chargers to the confines of Arrowhead Stadium . The 5-foot-10, 229-pound back rushed for 403 yards and scored six touchdowns last season, but it's truly how he made the most of his opportunities, averaging 5.6 yards per carry.

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  • Klopp: When Liverpool are good they are very, very good

    Klopp: When Liverpool are good they are very, very good

    Liverpool were one of just two teams to beat Leicester in their stunning title triumph last term and they now have six days to prepare for Friday's fixture with Chelsea , while the Foxes will attempt to return to winning ways in their Champions League opener at Club Brugge on Wednesday.

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  • Bruce Miller charged with assault with a deadly weapon

    Bruce Miller charged with assault with a deadly weapon

    According to a statement issued by San Francisco police, Miller tried to enter a hotel room that was occupied by the 70-year-old man and his 66-year-old wife. "We are gathering relevant facts of this matter and will continue to monitor the situation". Miller left the jail around 2 p.m. on Monday through a back exit, NBC reported .

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  • Wiesberger takes 1-stroke lead after 2nd round of KLM Open

    Wiesberger takes 1-stroke lead after 2nd round of KLM Open

    The 30-year-old treated the packed galleries in Spijk to a masterclass of iron play and long putting to fend off the tough challenge of Austrian Bernd Wiesberger. "To have the Dutch people behind me all week and to be able to stand here with the trophy in my hands is very special". "The swing felt a little bit off out there today but I managed to hang in there and just stay patient and then I started hitting some really nice shots and that presented me with the opportunity to make some ...

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  • New York Mets and Tim Tebow Agree To Minor League Deal

    Tebow won the 2007 Heisman Trophy during a successful college football career at the University of Florida. The Colorado Rockies also showed interest in Tebow, though ESPN noted that there were "several" teams who met with the ex-Denver Broncos and New York Jets quarterback after last week's workout .

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  • Joe Hart makes costly error on Torino debut to gift Atalanta equaliser

    Joe Hart makes costly error on Torino debut to gift Atalanta equaliser

    Hart was called into action for the first time in the 20th minute, parrying well from Franck Kessie's angled strike before an Atalanta forward inadvertently blocked the rebound. Hart is expected to make his Torino debut away at Atalanta this Sunday. However, just two minutes later, Hart unleashed his inner Claudio Bravo (and not in a good way)...

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  • Carson Wentz leads Eagles past Browns 29-10

    Carson Wentz leads Eagles past Browns 29-10

    Philadelphia Eagles 17 Cleveland Browns 10- The defense holds up against this quick Browns offense. Philadelphia Eagles' Jordan Matthews celebrates after scoring a touchdown during the first half of an NFL football game against the Cleveland Browns , Sunday, Sept.

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  • Carr's late TD lifts Raiders over Saints

    Brees is only contractually committed to the Saints for this season and next season with the automatic void. Heading to the Saints' home in the first week was a tough assignment for the Raiders who have a strong chance for their first winning season since 2002.

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  • Great Britain enjoy another golden day at the Paralympics

    Great Britain enjoy another golden day at the Paralympics

    But for every first time gold medallist there was a Michael Phelps, Usain Bolt or Laura Trott - athletes that had been there and done it, before repeating their achievements in Rio. Leeds's own Kadeena Cox was overcome with emotion after defying the doubters by winning Paralympic cycling gold, 24 hours after taking bronze in athletics and two years after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.

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  • Rio Paralympic Games medal winners lauded by ace gymnast Dipa Karmakar

    Rio Paralympic Games medal winners lauded by ace gymnast Dipa Karmakar

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday hailed India's Mariyappan Thangavelu and Varun Bhati for bagging a gold and bronze respectively at the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro . While Bhati was diagnosed with polio that led to deformity in his legs. "The house is about five times, five metres and on the same small space they cook and take baths", Thangavelu's coach Satyanarayana said.

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  • Serena Williams Looses At US Open And Looses Number 1 Ranking

    But when I stepped on the court I didn't feel anything. And right now I knew Angie beat Serena. I'm only really proud - you know, obviously I'm a perfectionist and I love to win. Open. That prevented the German from claiming the world number one ranking a week before the US Open . "That's why she missed so much, so many unforced errors, was because she was so slow", Mouratoglou said in the aftermath of the loss.

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  • Jamie Murray: 'I'm moving out of Andy's shadow!'

    Their 6-2 6-3 victory also means Jamie ends the year one grand slam title up on his younger brother, who was crowned champion at Wimbledon but lost in the quarter-finals in NY to Kei Nishikori. "I've got a great partner in Bruno who makes a lot of returns for me and long may it continue". He and Bruno broke Carreno Busta in game 6 to go 4-2 in front, with Murray starting to dominate at the net with his quick hands and good reactions.

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  • Notre Dame vs. Nevada Tailgating

    The Wolf Pack are 27 point underdogs to Notre Dame which is the largest underdog spread since previous year when the Wolf Pack were 34 point underdogs to the Texas A&M Aggies but the Wolf Pack only lost the game by a score of 44-27. Notre Dame gave up over 500 yards on offense to Texas and 237 of those yards came on the ground where the Wolf Pack's strength is running the ball. The Wolf Pack are playing on an extra day rest after playing Friday.

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  • Mexico finance secretary resigns after Trump visit

    Luis Carlos Ugalde, director general of Integralia Consultores, a consultancy, said Videgaray's resignation could be linked to the Trump visit. "Whoever wins (the U.S. But within hours of departing the country, Trump was telling a cheering crowd of supporters in Phoenix, Arizona, that Mexico would pay for the border wall "100 percent", prompting fresh ridicule of Pena Nieto at home.

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  • PSG confirm Dispute over Zlatan Ibrahimovic's final payment

    PSG confirm Dispute over Zlatan Ibrahimovic's final payment

    In an interview with SFR Sport , Zlatan Ibrahimovic talked about his Psg past: "What do I miss about Psg?" And it's fair to say the 34-year-old is not too happy about the situation. Ibrahimovic moved to Manchester United on a free transfer in July after four seasons with PSG, winning the league title in each of his campaigns with the club, among other honours.

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  • Monfils ousts Pouille to reach US Open semi-finals

    Monfils ousts Pouille to reach US Open semi-finals

    I had the right attitude. I needed to create more pain on the opponent with my shots. "It's something I'll need to figure out at the end of the year", Vinci said in Italian, with a laugh. Nadal had all of the momentum but at 6-6, he dumped a routine forehand into the net to give Pouille a fourth opening and this time , he would take his chance with a crushing forehand victor into the corner to secure the biggest win of his career in front of a captivated crowd on Arthur Ashe Stadium.

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  • Paralympics-Belarus delegate carries Russian flag during Rio opening ceremony

    A Belarusian sports ministry employee who marched in with a Russian flag on Wednesday has been booted out of the games. Zakharova also said she "would like to officially invite representatives of the Guardian newspaper to Russia in order to meet Russian Paralympic athletes", adding that if the newspaper's journalists " are able to write such things in your warm comfortable offices, [they] probably have enough, if any, strength, courage and conscience to look these people in the eyes ".

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  • MI 51, UCF 14: Five things we learned

    MI 51, UCF 14: Five things we learned

    ABOUT UCF (1-0): Justin Holman struggled with his accuracy as he went 14-of-28 for 193 yards but threw two touchdown passes and ran for another in the win against South Carolina State. Rudock eventually developed a downfield chemistry with receivers Jehu Chesson and Amara Darboh , but MI completed only 15 passes of 30 or more yards during the 2015 season.

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