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Willian rounded off the scoring in the 86th minute as Fabregas picked out the Brazilian winger, who fired home from 12-yards out, 3-0. Pedro broke the deadlock in spectacular fashion, making some space for himself and then beating Maarten Stekelenburg with a left-foot drive from 25 metres out that flew into the top corner.
  • Koeman admits Everton display 'was not good enough'

    Koeman admits Everton display 'was not good enough'

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    From an individual standpoint, it has been a successful season for Lukaku, who is now the Premier League's top goalscorer. "We didn't achieve what we wanted from the match but we have two more games". For one of the best headers of the ball in the league, it was an ugly but decisive finish. Swansea City has won only one of their previous 11 Premier League fixtures against Everton , but are unbeaten in their last five.
  • Maria Sharapova: 'Bouchard? I am way above that'

    Maria Sharapova: 'Bouchard? I am way above that'

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    Sharapova , a five-time Grand Slam victor who is making her comeback in Stuttgart after a 15-month doping ban, backed the new measures announced by the International Tennis Federation (ITF). The former No. 1 entered the Stuttgart event on a wild card after losing her ranking because of the ban. And the 30-year-old needs just one more win in Germany to book her place in French Open qualifying.
  • Warriors take on Utah Jazz in Game 3

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    Consecutive post-season games Golden State have won. Golden State was held under 106 points for the first time this postseason. "Myself and the other 19,000 people in the arena and everybody watching on TV saw the same thing I saw", Curry said.
  • Sharapova marks comeback from ban with win over Vinci

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    She also added a chocolate line to her Sugarpova candy brand. Sharapova's 15-month ban for testing positive for meldonium officially ended at midnight last night, enabling her to play her first competitive match since the 2016 Australian Open against Roberta Vinci at the Porsche Arena.
  • Shami named in India's delayed Trophy squad

    Shami named in India's delayed Trophy squad

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    Pace spearhead Shami and Sharma, who has recovered from a thigh injury, are the only two changes from the team that played England in a three-match one-day series in India this year. "Also, since I am coming after a long time speaking to former players is always valuable to me. If you speak to Zaheer, there is something or the other that emerges", he said.
  • Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Gujarat Lions: Players to watch out for

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    Pawan Negi (32) played a 19-ball cameo but Gujarat Lions conceded just 73 runs while picking five wickets in the final 10 overs to restrict Bangalore to 134 before they were bowled out. He was well supported by South African spinner Imran Tahir as the RPS bowlers seemingly did as they pleased. That means Royal Challengers could still lose another one - they have a game each against the two top teams of the tournament - and yet potentially make it without even relying on net run rates.
  • Mets' Cabrera not seriously injured on left thumb

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    Specifics about the suspension were not provided by general manager Sandy Alderson. "You've got to start somewhere, so today was a good start". "You have to play well [in New York] or else you're going to get heckled in the outfield", Stanton said with a smile.
  • PGA Tour extends FedEx Cup sponsorship for 10 years

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    Such a change-perhaps assisted by reducing the FedEx Playoffs from four to three-would achieve Monahan's stated goal of having the golf season culminate with the Tour Championship by Labor Day, thereby avoiding the competition with pro and college football it now deals with through September.
  • Billionaire Moshiri to spearhead Everton’s Italian job

    Billionaire Moshiri to spearhead Everton’s Italian job

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    Meanwhile, Mason Holgate and Tom Davies have both been identified as future England internationals, with the latter in particular shining throughout 2016/17. Although the club’s fate is out of its own hands in the battle to stay in Serie A, Falcinelli’s return of goals has proven his ability to overcome adversity.
  • Controversy at Crucible as Selby closes in on title

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    I'd hit the wall; I had nothing left. "I know how hard Barry is to beat", said Higgins . "I am pleased, I did not give up", Hawkins said. Referee Jan Verhaas called a foul, before briefly going back on his decision after seeking advice from Steve Davis and John Parrott in the BBC studio inside the theatre.
  • Juventus historically likely to qualify for Champions League final

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    Mario Mandzukic opened the scoring in the 33rd minute, sneaking in at the far post to steer Dani Alves' cross past Danijel Subasic at the second attempt... Juventus have kept many clubs scoreless in the Champions League this year, not letting in a goal in 621 consecutive minutes . Overall, Juventus have only let in two goals over the duration of the Champions League .