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Allrounder Hardik Pandya smashed three sixes at the start of his team's last over as India let rip to reach 319-3 from 48 overs after being put into bat at a rain-hit Edgbaston, which had nearly 25,000 spectators. Wahab Riaz did not bat due to the ankle injury he sustained while bowling. Cricket rivals India and Pakistan held a minute's silence on Sunday for the victims of the London Bridge attacks amid enhanced security at the Edgbaston ground in Birmingham .
  • Zidane hails "spectacular" squad as Real close in on title

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    At the Camp Nou, Barcelona saw its chances of another league title take a hit after Japanese midfielder Takashi Inui scored in the seventh and 61st minutes. He netted 33 in that campaign, which also makes him only the second La Liga player to score at least 25 goals in his past eight campaigns in Spain - a record previously only achieved by Ronaldo's longstanding rival Lionel Messi .
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    AC Milan "in talks" for Moussa Dembele

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    Dembele quickly became a fan favourite following his £500k move from Fulham a year ago, especially after scoring a hat-trick against Old Firm rivals Rangers in September, becoming the first Hoops player to net a treble in a match against the Gers since Harry Hood in 1973.
  • Summerhays storms into lead as struggling Dufner shoots 77

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    Dufner didn't make it easy on himself at the end Sunday. And he finished impressively to do it, playing the last four holes in two under par, including a three-foot birdie on the par-4 17th when the green was as receptive as a frying pan. One of the smartest things he's done recently was to stay with Fowler in Jupiter, Florida, last winter. Muirfield Village felt more like an arcade than a lush, pristinely manicured golf course on Sunday as players pinballed all around the leader board.
  • Kerr returns to coach Warriors after missing 11 games

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    The unbeaten Warriors had been 11-0 under acting coach Mike Brown - "My guy did OK while I was gone", Kerr said with a grin. The visitors trailed by just three points at half-time at Oracle Arena, before the Warriors outscored the Cavaliers 35-24 in a decisive third quarter.
  • Gareth Bale rules out Manchester United move post UCL Victory

    Gareth Bale rules out Manchester United move post UCL Victory

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    And the former Lilywhites midfielder admits that he never imagined that Bale - who has won the Champions League three times with Real - would go on to enjoy the star-studded career that he has done. "We are winning trophies and I am happy", he told reporters. The Manchester Evening News says United are prepared to part with a world record £100million to bring Bale back to England.
  • Focus on captains as Australia take on New Zealand

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    Rain came to the rescue for Australia as its Champions Trophy match against New Zealand was frustratingly abandoned as a no result at Edgbaston on Friday. Australia came out to bat under overcast skies, and Warner was first to depart at 27-1 when he edged behind off Trent Boult . And while he felt they clawed back some ground in the final six overs of the innings - New Zealand lost seven wickets for 37 runs in that period - he still accepted Australia would "have preferred to ...
  • Murray in a hurry after straight-set victory

    Murray in a hurry after straight-set victory

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    Even if I won the first set 6-0, I knew the second one was going to be tougher. The Brit, who struggled to find form during the first half of the season had already played two four-set matches in the first two rounds. "But I did it in the last couple of matches and totally turned them around". Andy Murray and Juan Martin Del Potro embrace after the men's singles third round match during day seven of the French Open .
  • Star duo leads the way for Warriors

    Star duo leads the way for Warriors

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    Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James insists his team can not make drastic changes despite falling 2-0 behind in the NBA Finals . -A Steph Curry triple-double, highlighted by a masterful dribbling exhibition that spun around LeBron James before he scooped in a layup over his sledgehammer block.
  • NBA Finals, Game 2 - Cavs vs. Warriors

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    As a result, the Cavaliers were unable to seize a lead that might have given Cleveland some much-needed momentum. The series shifts to Cleveland for two games, with Game 3 on Wednesday. There's no way the Cavs can steal a game in Oakland without an engaged Kyrie Irving . Golden State equaled its four turnovers from Game 1 in the initial 5:12.
  • Wenger reveals board meeting on Tuesday will decide his future

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    Arsenal will miss out on UEFA Champions League next season after ending up fifth in the Premier League . When Moses was dismissed for a theatrical dive, Chelsea's hopes looked shot but a few minutes later they levelled when Costa's weakly-hit shot brushed off the excellent Mertesacker and past the flat-footed Ospina.
  • My future is in Premier League, says Arsenal's Olivier Giroud

    My future is in Premier League, says Arsenal's Olivier Giroud

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    The 30-year-old has made headlines in France after scoring a hat-trick against Paraguay in a stunning 5-0 win for Didier Deschamps' side. With Sanchez's future at Arsenal remaining uncertain, Giroud has expressed his desire to continue playing for Arsenal and said he hopes to fire the Gunners to the Premier League title next season following the club's FA Cup victory last weekend.