• City turn on the style to boost top-four push

    City turn on the style to boost top-four push

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    The Citizens were absolutely breathtaking on Saturday and might have produced an even more incredible scoreline than 5-0 had more chances been taken. - Manchester City have lost just one of their last 14 games, winning seven and drawing six.
  • 2 long unbeaten records come to an end for Mourinho

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    The win also marked Wenger's first against Jose Mourinho in 13 league attempts, and the French coach said after the game: "We needed to be patient". Mourinho says United have blown their last chance of finishing in the top four and the fact that Celta will rest players this weekend means his hands are tied.
  • Christian Eriksen delivers Tottenham verdict on title chances

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    With Sakho's loan from Liverpool set to expire at the end of the season, the France global may have played his last game for Palace , but Allardyce is hopeful the injury is not too serious. "We had to keep going and keep fighting", he said in an interview with Sky Sports . "We can't focus on Chelsea". The French defender has been instrumental in Palace's remarkable run of winning six of their last nine games.
  • United stars set to return for Celta showdown

    United stars set to return for Celta showdown

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    United, by contrast, have been crowned continental champions on three occasions, although, surprisingly, they have managed to win just twice on their previous 22 trips to Spain. "We have to recover as soon as possible and go there to show we are a fearless team". 'We need to play more quickly and we need to do what we are good at.
  • Blixt-Smith tandem widens lead at windy Zurich Classic

    Blixt-Smith tandem widens lead at windy Zurich Classic

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    The pair finished tied with American duo Kevin Kisner and Scott Brown at 27-under par on Sunday, but darkness forced the quartet to return on Monday to decide a victor. Also needing to win the Wells Fargo to get to The Players are past major champions Retief Goosen, Angel Cabrera, Geoff Ogilvy and Stewart Cink; and past multiple PGA Tour winners Brian Gay, J.J.
  • Jurgen Klopp urges Liverpool to complete job of Champions League qualification

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    He said: "Aside from the crossbar from Prodl, there were two mistakes from the referee, offsides against (Stefano) Okaka and (Troy) Deeney, so I think we played a good game". If you have been living under a rock for the past 12 hours, then this clip of Watford fans basically sums up how good the goal was: Gobsmacked. Despite that hard run-in, defender Adrian Mariappa is keen to improve on the points tally and will be looking to take lessons from the Liverpool game into the remaining ...
  • Brian Harman birdies final two holes to win Wells Fargo Championship

    Brian Harman birdies final two holes to win Wells Fargo Championship

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    Undeterred, Harman simply rolled in the resulting 28-foot putt to capture his second PGA Tour title at Eagle Point Golf Club. Johnson was making his first appearance since suffering a freak back injury which forced him to pull out of the Masters just minutes before his first-round tee-time at Augusta National.
  • Ovechkin is ready to play in Game 6

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    Toronto's speed gave the Capitals a nice test before facing the quick Penguins, who used that element to eliminate Washington in six a year ago. That's not a scenario the Caps, winners of the Presidents' Trophy in the regular season, want.
  • Star point guard Kyle Lowry misses Raptors practice with sore ankle

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    LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers just finished their sweep of the Toronto Raptors with a 109-102 Game 4 victory in Toronto. Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving (2) goes up for a shot past Toronto Raptors guard Cory Joseph (6) during second half NBA playoff basketball action in Toronto on Sunday, May 7, 2017 .
  • Mourinho disappointed following Man United's defeat to Arsenal

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    Danny Welbeck doubled the lead three minutes later and Arsenal comfortably held on to give Arsene Wenger his first competitive win over Jose Mourinho. "We started a bit nervous and under pressure but slowly we became better and, in the second half we controlled well the game", Wenger said. Wenger also joked that Arsenal's top-four rivals Liverpool got a lucky penalty call against Southampton, despite James Milner missing the spot-kick as Jurgen Klopp's side drew 0-0 at Anfield: "I've seen ...