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It became Britain's deadliest terror attack in 12 years and took place just two days before Jose Mourinho and his charges were set to claim their elusive Europa League title in Stockholm , Sweden. However, Everton boss Ronald Koeman has expressed his interest in Rooney's services, whose last appearance for the Red Devils appears likely to be his late cameo against Ajax Amsterdam in last Wednesday's Europa League final victory.
  • Kane rescues draw for England against Scotland in qualifying

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    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had given England the lead in the 70th minute after some poor Scotland defending but Griffiths picked the ideal moment to break his worldwide duck in his 13th cap. To be 2-1 down in stoppage time, to get that goal is special. Urged on by the Hampden Park faithful, Scotland started on the front foot, Griffiths sending a shot down Joe Hart's throat in the early stages.
  • LeBron: 'Resilient' Cavs were desperate to avoid sweep

    LeBron: 'Resilient' Cavs were desperate to avoid sweep

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    LeBron James and Kyrie Irving were otherworldly in Game 3. Will D-Will score more points? "My mindset is to try to get every game". While everyone and their mothers continually rant about James' skills , let's not overlook the brilliance of Kyrie Irving .
  • Jelena Ostapenko Stuns Simona Halep To Win French Open

    Jelena Ostapenko Stuns Simona Halep To Win French Open

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    Another fine backhand strike confirmed Ostapenko as the first player to win her first title on the red dust of Roland Garros since Gustavo Kuerten did it on the day she was born back in 1997. Not coincidentally, that was also the last time at any Grand Slam tournament that none of the women's quarterfinalists had previously won a major championship.
  • LeBron James facing sweep and a future he created

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    Durant averaged 25 points a game during the regular season and has scored 38, 33 and 31 against Cleveland, leading the team each time . Kevin Durant had 35 points, but no other Warrior had more than 20 points for the game. If Golden State completes its title quest, James will have lost three of the past four NBA Finals , and five out of eight overall. It's also worth pointing out the Warriors were 3-1 up previous year but threw the championship away by losing 4-3.
  • Injured Wahab Riaz out of ICC Champions Trophy 2017 squad

    Injured Wahab Riaz out of ICC Champions Trophy 2017 squad

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    After winning the toss, Pakistan invited India to bat. The right-hander came out to bat at number 5 after the dismissal of Yuvraj Singh , who hit a superb 32-ball 53. He remained unbeaten on 20 off 8 balls as India posted 319/3 in 48 overs in the rain-hit contest on Sunday (June 4). He needs to take the confidence from this performance and run with it, all the way to the final.
  • Once again, the Warriors have a 3-1 Finals lead

    Once again, the Warriors have a 3-1 Finals lead

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    You hate to get swept, lose two games on your home floor. The final three minutes of Game 4 didn't have almost the same drama, as Cleveland put in its subs for garbage time in a game the Cavaliers led by as many as 22 points. LeBron James and Kevin Durant are seen here going at each other in the third quarter. The Cavs took 22 free throws in the quarter but only made 14.
  • No panic as Mercedes prepare for Canada

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    While the reduction in time gap worked well in 2016, some drivers have reported that it has become more problematic this season because of the difficulties inherent in following other cars with the current aero package. "We've definitely done some analysis, but we'll find out whether or not there are things we can improve on this weekend", he said. Obviously, looking back we can say that we have done very well so far, but there is no guarantee that just because the last race was good, then ...
  • No. 3 Halep faces unseeded Ostapenko in French Open final

    No. 3 Halep faces unseeded Ostapenko in French Open final

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    But even her favourite author, Agatha Christie, might have considered the plotlines that have run through this year's French Open as too outlandish for publication. "I still can not believe I am the Roland Garros champion and I'm only 20". Ostapenko was playing in only her eighth Grand Slam tournament and never had been past the third round before.