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David Moyes says Seb Larsson's red card changed the course of yesterday's game against Manchester United - but refused to use it as an excuse for another Sunderland defeat. It resumes its campaign with a quarterfinal first leg in Belgium against Anderlecht on Thursday. Romelu Lukaku's double ensured Craig Shakespeare's flawless record as Leicester manager was ended at Goodison Park.
  • Sergio Garcia gets the Major monkey off his back

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    Open, British Open or PGA. Westwood, 43, has 18 top-10 finishes in majors, including 11 top-five finishes. The 37-year-old Spaniard, who has nine career PGA Tour wins and 18 global victories, credited his new attitude as a big reason why he is no longer one of the best players in the world without a signature victory, saying it was the calmest he's ever felt in a major on Sunday.
  • Former world No. 1 Jason Day 1st off

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    Sergio Garcia and Rickie Fowler don't know what it feels like to win a major. The continually-underrated Rose had been biding his time before he got hot on the back nine. A timely reminder from his caddie to remain patient helped Justin Rose finish his third round strongly to share the third-round lead at the Masters.
  • Everton star Coleman to be released from hospital Wednesday

    Everton star Coleman to be released from hospital Wednesday

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    I was just talking to Seamus, teaching him how to breathe through it.' He remembered it all. "It will take some time but Seamus has great determination and sometimes those things work very much in your favour, in terms of recovery". Federation Internationale de Football Association has opened proceedings against Wales full-back Neil Taylor after his leg-breaking challenge on Republic of Ireland's Seamus Coleman.
  • Arrest in racially tinged North Carolina arson fire

    Arrest in racially tinged North Carolina arson fire

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    Flournoy, who is no stranger to law enforcement and has a lengthy arrest record, was apprehended and is now facing multiple charges in connection to the incident which CMPD is now calling a hate crime . He was wearing a gray hoodie under a black coat, light jeans and black shoes at the time of the incident. The store's owner, Kamal Dhimel, fled to Nepal from Bhutan in the early 1990s, before coming to the U.S.in 2010.
  • Justin Rose: Masters loss "is going to sting"

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    But then, something unexpectedly good finally happened in Garcia's favor on Masters Sunday. It felt like you could start fitting Rose for a jacket. He and Seve were my idols since I was very little. "And if not, we'll shake Justin's hand and congratulate him for winning". Why not? Such a philosophy worked well enough for Garcia. However that proved not to be the case with Spieth in particular struggling as he went into the water on the 12th on Sunday for the second year in a row.
  • Arsenal star urges Arsene Wenger to strengthen squad

    Arsenal star urges Arsene Wenger to strengthen squad

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    Arsenal chiefs have told Wenger that they want to revamp the club's scouting set-up and have a new department that is not controlled by the first team manager . On more than occasion in the past, they have defied the odds in similar circumstances, and the club fans are hopeful that when push comes to shove, they will be able to lift up to the occasion.
  • U.S., Mexico and Canada announce 2026 World Cup bid

    U.S., Mexico and Canada announce 2026 World Cup bid

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    The presidents of all three countries' soccer federations formally announced their bid in NY on Monday, declaring their intent to bring the world's biggest sporting event to North America for the first time since 1994 with the first ever three-country bid.
  • Sergio Garcia celebrates Masters victory he thought would never come

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    When the 12-footer dropped for birdie, he fell into a deep crouch and let out several loud screams, blowing kisses to a roaring gallery at the 18th green, punching the putting surface and finally hugging fiancée Angela Akins. I loved watching them battle. I was lucky enough to cover this incredible event for the 11th time this week, and each year I add a few new pages to my memory notebook.
  • Garcia wins the golf major he accepted might never come

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    It was a Ballesteros-style victory, complete with several visits into the Augusta National shrubbery, penalty strokes, choked putts — and just enough spectacular shotmaking. A shot behind is Jordan Spieth, the 2015 green jacket victor who's never finished lower than a tie for second in three Masters appearances. But Sunday, he had just one birdie to go with five bogeys and a double-bogey 5 on the 12th hole when his tee shot went in the water to fall out of contention.
  • Kings fire Cup-winning coach Darryl Sutter, GM Dean Lombardi

    Kings fire Cup-winning coach Darryl Sutter, GM Dean Lombardi

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    The Kings have not won a playoff series since hoisting the Stanley Cup in 2014. Los Angeles finished 10th in the 14-team Western Conference, fading down the stretch with a team that struggled to keep up with faster, younger opponents. When the Canucks ended their sorry season with an eight-game losing streak, lost their last 12 games at Rogers Arena and had but a dozen road victories to finish a whopping 25 points shy of a wild-card berth, it wasn't a matter of if Desjardins was going to ...
  • AFL community confronts racism head on

    AFL community confronts racism head on

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    Port Adelaide is also continuing to investigate allegations that a Power supporter racially abused Adelaide Crows player Eddie Betts . A 31-year-old woman says she's received death threats after labelling Betts an "ape" on a social media post and writing he "should go back to the zoo where him and his family belong".