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  • Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham are ready to challenge for title

    Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham are ready to challenge for title

    New dad Harry Kane admitted his hat-trick in Tottenham's win against West Bromwich Albion completed one of the best weeks of his life. "The first 45 minutes was fantastic, it was wonderful football", he said. "It looks very bad", Pochettino said. "We feel very disappointed, it is a situation you never like to happen. His ankle is badly [swollen]". "You can see in the game that Ben Davies can play".

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  • Sevilla end Real Madrid's unbeaten run

    With the victory, Sevilla narrow the point gap between them and Real to one. Watch the goals below ... A stunning stoppage time victor from Stevan Jovetic ended Real Madrid's Spanish record 40-game unbeaten run on Sunday (Jan 15) as Sevilla scored twice in the final five minutes to win 2-1 at the Sanchez Pizjuan.

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  • Jim Furyk appointed 2018 US Ryder Cup captain

    Jim Furyk appointed 2018 US Ryder Cup captain

    He wound up not being one of Davis Love III's captain's picks, but was a vice captain as the US defeated Europe 17-11 to end an eight-year drought in the biennial event. A West Chester, Pennsylvania native, Furyk was a member of winning U.S. Ryder Cup efforts in 1999, 2008 and '16, the latter as a Vice Captain. "I just get chills thinking about all the events I've been able to participate in and now to sit here as the captain for 2018 is such an honour".

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  • 'Multiple broken ribs' may sideline Nelson

    We shall see what they're going to do", Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr said Tuesday. The loss of Nelson would deprive them of a key offensive threat. Three of those catches for 54 yards, including the 5-yard touchdown when Rodgers stayed alive in the pocket for 8 seconds, came on throws outside the numbers.

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  • Matt Leinart Named To 2017 College Football Hall of Fame Class

    While each of the following players eventually became a standout at the professional level of the NFL, the most recent slate of inductees for the College Football Hall of Fame were first stars at their respective universities. Manning, who retired from the National Football League after the 2015 season, finished his college career holding 42 NCAA, SEC and Tennessee records.

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo beats Lionel Messi to win Federation Internationale de Football Association best player award

    Cristiano Ronaldo beats Lionel Messi to win Federation Internationale de Football Association best player award

    Ronaldo beat out longtime rival Lionel Messi and fellow finalist Antoine Griezmann and kissed "The Best" trophy after Federation Internationale de Football Association president Gianni Infantino's presentation. "It's a fantastic evening, for me only to be here with a lot of legends, and now to win this award, I'm insane now, I'm very insane". Argentine Messi was second in the vote and Frenchman Antoine Griezmann third.

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  • Moyes adamant that Defoe is not for sale

    Moyes adamant that Defoe is not for sale

    Just weeks after the two sides played out a five-goal thriller in the Premier League on New Year's Eve, a game which the Clarets won 4-1 courtesy of Andre Gray's hat-trick, there seemed to be less of a motivation to progress in to the next round of the domestic cup competition in front of a half-empty Stadium of Light.

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  • Team Canada has no reason to be ashamed

    Team Canada has no reason to be ashamed

    On a side note, the last five out of 11 times Canada has hosted the tournament, they've won it all, including three times in the past 10 years, so history is on their side. But he, goalie Ilya Samsonov and their teammates couldn't satisfy the pro-Russia crowd at the Bell Centre . A member of the famed Viking Sutter six-pack, who played 1,111 National Hockey League regular season games in his National Hockey League career, he won Stanley Cups with the New York Islanders and was the last ...

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  • Djokovic retains his title after titanic battle with Murray — ATP DOHA

    Djokovic retains his title after titanic battle with Murray — ATP DOHA

    But the man he replaced at the top of the rankings gained some measure of revenge by retaining his title here with an absorbing 6-3 5-7 6-4 triumph - but only after Murray had saved three match points to force a deciding set. An increasingly jittery Murray was griping at his box as he blew a 40-15 lead in the eighth game. He dotted the baseline with a forehand for triple-set point then slashed a forehand victor down the line to close.

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  • Ryan Tannehill (knee) 'definitely' not playing for Dolphins Sunday

    Of course another huge part of this game , and any playoff game the Steelers play in, is Bell. Pittsburgh enters the playoffs on a seven-game winning streak. "We can implement a lot of the zone-read stuff when Ryan is in the game , and really that's not something that Matt's really done in the past or we've asked him to do", Gase said.

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  • Bills QB Tyrod Taylor undergoes groin surgery

    Bills QB Tyrod Taylor undergoes groin surgery

    Next season's portion of the contract, worth about $30 million including bonuses, is guaranteed if Taylor is unable to pass his March 11 physical. The Buffalo Bills confirmed in a team statement Thursday that quarterback Tyrod Taylor chose to have surgery after seeking a second opinion this week.

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  • Arsene Wenger says clubs need to stop stockpiling of young players

    Arsene Wenger says clubs need to stop stockpiling of young players

    The good news is Jack Wilshere will not play [he is ineligible to face his parent club] but there are still enough good players to give any team problems. "We should be [ready to go again in 48 hours]". Wenger's situation is made worse by Mesut Ozil's illness and short-term injuries to Theo Walcott and Kieran Gibbs that forced all three out of Sunday's 2-0 win over Palace and could limit his ability to rotate the squad unless they recover quickly.

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  • Sugar Bowl Odds Preview: Oklahoma Sooners vs. Auburn Tigers Trends

    Auburn ranks 16th in the country in yards allowed per play (4.88) despite being somewhat vulnerable to the pass. They claim they see that kind of pace with a Gus Malzahn offensive scheme in practice every day of the season. "That's how it's always been". It echoed what defensive coordinator Mike Stoops said earlier in the week about Auburn's running game. "That's not my job, you know?" "It's not something new.

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  • Dolphins playing wait-and-see with Tannehill

    Now that the regular-season is over, the Ravens' final two opponents have been determined. "The Pittsburgh game is where we started finding our identity", left tackle Branden Albert said. So we'll just take it one step at a time. Pittsburgh stumbled out of the gate with a 4-5 record, but closed the season with seven straight wins to roll to the top of the AFC North.

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  • Michael van Gerwen crowned darts world champion for second time

    Michael van Gerwen crowned darts world champion for second time

    I've been working for this, this is the most important one, we all fight for his really hard and I'm really glad I did the right thing at the right moments". But three days into 2017, he now has the world crown again after defeating Anderson with a performance of supreme brilliance. Van Gerwen then won the next set 3-0 and suddenly the Dutchman had the edge.

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  • Steelers head to playoffs with overtime thriller

    According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI, the Steelers are 5.5-point home favorites versus the Browns after opening as an 11-point favorite. The Browns fumbled with the ball inside the Pittsburgh 5 with a minute to go in regulation and had a first-and-goal at the Pittsburgh 2 turn into a field goal by Parkey, extending the game.

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  • Manchester City face Liverpool in tense clash; Chelsea host Stoke City

    Manchester City face Liverpool in tense clash; Chelsea host Stoke City

    Coutinho has scored five goals in his last six games against them. Klopp , however, had the edge in cup competitions with two wins in the German Cup and one in the German Super Cup. As Manchester City prepare to travel down the M62 to Liverpool for their New Year's Eve clash with the Reds from Merseyside, fans everywhere will expect this to be a striker showdown.

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  • Rousey determined to get her title back

    Rousey determined to get her title back

    Ronda Rousey's last fight was her shocking loss to Holly Holm, but she returns to the ring soon: UFC 207 is Friday. I don't care about how much money I make. "I saw the first punch (hurt her ) and that built my confidence". You might not know it from the UFC's posters, videos and TV commercials, which are thoroughly dominated by Rousey's glowering face.

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  • Cavs' Irving sidelined at end by hammy cramp

    Irving reached his fifth points-assists double-double in the last seven games. LeBron James was only two boards away from a triple-double and his stat-line read 23 points, eight rebounds, eleven assists, one steal and three blocks. James, on the eve of his 32nd birthday, repeatedly criticized his mental performance against the Celtics. Thomas looked like he had charged into James with 47.3 seconds left, but James' left heel was on the restricted circle and the Boston point guard made both ...

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