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But in form Atletico, who face Leicester City on Wednesday in the Champions League quarter final first leg, battled back as Griezmann slid in to score with five minutes of action to go. " Griezmann's goal? We didn't defend the pass to him well, we were disjointed". Zidane has only been in charge of Real since January 2016, but he has already won a UEFA Champions League and is well set to claim Los Blancos' first La Liga title since 2012.
  • Phil Simms headed to CBS studio spot on 'NFL Today'

    Phil Simms headed to CBS studio spot on 'NFL Today'

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    Simms will take the spot of Tony Gonzalez, who announced in March that he would be leaving the show after three years with CBS. "Listen, I didn't make any comments for a lot of reasons and you want to sit there and think about it", Simms said to Sports Illustrated's Richard Deitsch .
  • Aaron Hernandez may not be a convicted murderer for long

    Aaron Hernandez may not be a convicted murderer for long

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    Apparently, though, Baez and Hernandez's family aren't the only ones who don't believe that he took his own life. Quarterback Tom Brady, the team's best-known player, did not attend the White House event due to family commitments, local media reported, citing a statement from the self-described friend of Trump.
  • Kawhi Leonard's 37 leads Spurs past Grizzlies for a 2-0 advantage

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    Speaking of score, the Grizz need to find a way to do it - they managed just 82 points in each of the first two games. "It's unfortunate that I got a guy like Mike Conley, who in his whole career has zero technical fouls and just can not seem to get the proper respect from the officials that he deserves".
  • Bayern complains to UEFA about Spanish police

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    He scored twice in the first leg at Allianz Arena and added three more on Tuesday as Bayern exhausted following the dismissal of midfielder Arturo Vidal. If he keeps playing the way he did in the two games against Bayern, he likely won't have to worry about being jeered anymore. Lewandowski, who had missed the first leg because of a right shoulder injury, calmly scored from the spot with a right-foot shot, sending Keylor Navas the wrong way.
  • George insists comments were intended to motivate Pacers

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    We all know that Lance is an emotional guy. The Cavaliers starting guard spent the entire second half of Game 2 on the bench and doesn't want to be there again if he can help it. "I thought they engaged first in everything". Cleveland Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving , right, drives to the basket against Indiana Pacers' Myles Turner (33) in the first half in Game 2 of a first-round NBA basketball playoff series, Monday, April 17, 2017, in Cleveland .
  • LeBron feels Cavs close to 'turning the switch'

    LeBron feels Cavs close to 'turning the switch'

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    In his sixth season with the Pacers, George has yet to overcome Lebron James in the playoffs. But the night belonged to point guard Kyrie Irving , who drilled 37 points on 14-for-24 shooting including 4-of-10 from 3-point range. The Cavs' first two playoff games have shown just how hard defending their National Basketball Association title is going to be. As ESPN's Tom Haberstroh succinctly laid out, only two teams since 1980 - the 1995 Houston Rockets and the 2001 Los Angeles Lakers - ...
  • Win and Stay Home: Heat Beat Wizards, Miss Playoffs

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    Last season, the Bulls rested Derrick Rose and Pau Gasol for the last two games, after they were knocked out of the playoff race. That was in large part due to a 29-point performance by Tim Hardaway, Jr. Miami did beat Washington Wednesday, meaning the Heat would have qualified if Brooklyn had put forth a winning effort against the Bulls. One of the most significant players in Miami Heat history can play a major role in keeping his former team out of the postseason.
  • Ronaldo 'offside' goals - 'Bayern hung out to dry'

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    A fourth on the break from substitute Marco Asensio in the 112th minute ensured Real would reach their seventh successive Champions League semi-final. But not this series of mistakes. We are happy with the victory and we are going to recover very quickly. With effort, but we deserve it. "Lol at Sergio Ramos geeing up the crowd one second then literally scoring an own goal the next", one commented.
  • Kompany: Goal is way of giving back to City fans

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    After a goalless first half, during which City felt they should have had a penalty after Fraser Forster tripped Sane, Kompany broke the deadlock in the 55th minute. "I would have liked to be injured less in my career but every single time I've put in the hard work". "It's ups and downs but what gets you up is you keep looking towards your objective".
  • Bayern Munich fans in ugly clashes with the baton-wielding Spanish police

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    Germany global Muller stressed that Bayern "did not put in a flawless performance", but added: "We were in great shape mentally after we went 2-1 up and still had 11 players on the pitch". Neuer, who last month underwent what was described by the club as a minor operation on his left foot, picked up this latest injury during the build-up to Cristiano Ronaldo's third goal, which put Madrid 3-2 up on the night.