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They have to trust themselves to stay on it. "In the way we play, we try to push but it was not enough". "Chelsea were lucky today, [they had] a lot of luck". For Pochettino, Spurs just have to keep doing what they have been doing. On Wednesday they go to Selhurst Park to play Crystal Palace, a game that is at least as important to Pochettino as this one was.
  • Former Czech Republic defender Rajtoral kills himself

    Former Czech Republic defender Rajtoral kills himself

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    The right-sided defender or winger had been playing in Turkey for Gaziantepspor this season, and was reportedly found dead in his home on Sunday. The Czech Republic Football Association confirmed the news in a statement in which it expressed "its deepest condolences to all relatives".
  • Giant-killer Ramos-Vinolas strikes again in Monte Carlo

    Giant-killer Ramos-Vinolas strikes again in Monte Carlo

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    A two-time semifinalist at the Country Club, Tsonga had not played since losing his opening match to Fabio Fognini at Indian Wells in early March. Murray had entertained the thought of gaining a wild card entry into next week's tournament in either Barcelona or Budapest but his early exit in Monte Carlo may force a change of plans.
  • Father of National Football League hopeful killed in South Florida

    Father of National Football League hopeful killed in South Florida

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    Friday. Barbera said Rudolph, 55, was taken to St. Mary's Medical Center, where he later died. "When I used to coach and help other kids with football, basketball and sports, Travis was small but he used to pay attention to what I was doing", Darryl Rudolph said in an interview with ESPN last September.
  • Messi is not selfish - Conte shoots down Fabregas over Hazard advice

    Messi is not selfish - Conte shoots down Fabregas over Hazard advice

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    Hazard's team-mate, Cesc Fabregas , believes the Belgium worldwide could become as good as Messi if he becomes more ruthless. The first target for every great champion is to play for the team and to put your talent into the team. " We worked together with the national team ", Conte said at a press conference. Dan Kilpatrick and Liam Twomey discuss the surprise lineups that played a role in Chelsea and Spurs' FA Cup semifinal.
  • Carvajal: 'Ramos red card defined Clasico and Madrid loss'

    Carvajal: 'Ramos red card defined Clasico and Madrid loss'

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    Messi's late intervention moves Barca top with both sides locked on 75 points. The contest was typically controversial, Cristiano Ronaldo having a strong early penalty claim turned down, while Barca wanted Casemiro's opener chalked off as they claimed for offside against Ramos in the build-up, a goal that was promptly cancelled out by Messi before half-time.
  • The woman who broke marathon's gender barrier

    The woman who broke marathon's gender barrier

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    Switzer registered using just her initials. "It's testimony to the power of this number, which means fearless around the world now", she said . "And he grabbed me and he screamed, 'Get the hell out of my race.' I was just terrified", Switzer said.
  • Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha: 'We gave Celtic too much respect'

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    Referee Willie Collum only gave the midfielder a yellow card for the challenge, but replays suggest the tackle deserved more than a booking. Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha criticises his players for giving Celtic "too much respect". "We need to close that gap as quickly as we can". But I think we ended up giving them too much time and too much space. "It was totally different to the way we see the team performing on the pitch".
  • Matt Barnes ejected for throwing at Manny Machado despite foul ball call

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    He just made a bad slide and did hurt me. "There was zero intention of [Machado] trying to hurt me". When asked for his own thoughts after the play, Pedroia said: "I'm not the baseball police, man". Pedroia, who sat out Saturday and Sunday due to swelling in his left ankle and knee, is due to undergo an MRI Monday when the team returns to Boston.
  • Nadal wins his 10th Monte-Carlo Masters

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    The 14-time Grand Slam champion will square off against fellow Spaniard Albert Ramos-Vinolas in Sunday's final. I am very happy to win another one. "Today he put me back to reality". Nadal won eight Monte Carlo titles in a row from 2005 to 2012 but then lost to Novak Djokovic in the 2013 final. Bopanna said, "I'm really happy to win our first title together".
  • Senators survive another OT to advance in NHL playoffs

    Senators survive another OT to advance in NHL playoffs

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    MacArthur caught a pass off of forward, No. 19, Bobby Ryan during a power play. "We were close and a few denied goals, but that's just part of it and you have to battle through it and keep going and that's what we did". "They gave us everything they had, and we had to work hard for it and we had to stick with it for a long time", Johansson said. "Ever since after the coaching change, we really came together as a group".
  • NFL Draft Profile: Myles Garrett the Future No. 1 Overall Pick

    NFL Draft Profile: Myles Garrett the Future No. 1 Overall Pick

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    Garrett is the consensus guy in a lot of circles and is assumed to be the player the Browns will take if they decide to keep the No. 1 pick and not trade back. When asked if they still envisioned Garoppolo in the lineup, Browns Executive VP of football operations Sashi Brown gave a simple "no", NFL.com reported.