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In Mourinho's first season at Old Trafford, he has guided the team to two trophies - the League Cup in February - and a place in next season's Champions League , the bonus prize for winning the Europa League . Mourinho's coaching staff flew out of the dugout in celebration but the Portuguese stayed calm. Bosz put that down to a number of factors: The enormity of the occasion, the team's inexperience, United's cautious approach and physicality, and a dose of misfortune.
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    For England, paceman Chris Woakes took four wickets for 38 runs. " South Africa has some of the most loyal and passionate fans in the world and this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity is the Proteas' token of thanks for the support and praise", said Proteas ODI captain AB de Villiers .
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    Ajax Amsterdam coach Peter Bosz was disappointed by his team's performance in their 2-0 defeat by Manchester United in Wednesday's Europa League final, but vowed to learn from United's physical display and come back stronger. "There are lot of poets in football but they don't win titles". "We were really, really sad because you think of life and football - you have no choice", he said.
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    Narine, had scored the bulk of his runs this season through mid-off, at a blistering pace: 78 - 36.45% of his 214 - off 24 balls. Krunal Pandya top-scored with an unbeaten 45 off 30 balls while Rohit scored 26 and carried Mumbai Indians to 111-4 with more than five overs to spare.
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    LeBron was certainly not in the mood to talk after the game, and when a reporter tried to get to the bottom of LeBron's poor performance, King James shrugged. The Celtics got more and more easy shots as their comeback continued and it culminated in the game-winner, a buzzer-beating 3-pointer by a wide-open Avery Bradley .
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    Such was the case Sunday night when the four-time league MVP put up a stinker (11 points, 4 of 13 shooting, 6 turnovers, no points over the final 16 minutes, 31 seconds) in a Game 3 loss to the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals.
  • West Ham fans mock Tottenham rivals after Lane farewell

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    Spurs barely missed a beat in the switch however, and controlled the match throughout. He bid farewell to the Lane, and the beam, with a note and we hope he'll have a better view in the new stadium. It's true that in the moment we start to play in the new stadium with new facilities I think the club will move to the last step and to the last level.
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    In his first season at the club, Mourinho led the Red Devils to the League Cup and the Europa League championship, one more trophy than his two predecessors - David Moyes and Louis van Gaal, who led the team to the FA Cup last season - managed during their short stints at the club combined.
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    Welbeck missed the FA Cup final in 2015 through injury as Arsenal won the competition for the second time in as many years but the England worldwide is looking ahead to Saturday's showdown against the newly crowned Premier League champions.