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Speaking after the final whistle, Kane suggested that he and his team were content with the outcome of the match, which leaves England three points clear at the top of their World Cup qualifying group. It was only ever a question of how many goals Germany would score against San Marino at Grundig Stadium in Nuremberg. England's manager, by contrast, accentuated the positives from a late recovery that he claimed went some way to answering doubts over the national team's character.
  • French Open takeaways: Ostapenko's fearlessness ruled the day

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    Unseeded Jelena Ostapenko rallied after dropping the first set and going down 0-3 in the second to shock No. 3 seed Simona Halep on Saturday to capture the French Open women's championship for her first Grand Slam title. "She was the same when she was a kid, it was very hard". Her father Evgenijs is a former professional footballer. Four of the first six games went against the serve, creating a 3-3 score-line, during a period where Ostapenko might have regretted not building a lead.
  • ICC Champions Trophy: India face South Africa in do-or-die clash

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    Where will the India vs South Africa , ICC Champions Trophy match be played? For AB de Villiers , it will be an opportunity to prove that self-imposed exile from five-day game has not affected his limited overs skills. They kept their Champions Trophy campaign alive with an incisive display in the field against South Africa , and did enough with the bat to ward off a collapse, and know a position in the semi-finals is in their control.
  • Share Lead After 2 Rounds At St. Jude Classic

    Share Lead After 2 Rounds At St. Jude Classic

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    Open on Monday in OH and has now had three solid rounds at the par-70 TPC Southwind course to be in the hunt for his first victory since winning the 2009 British Open. Starting on the back nine, the two-time European Tour victor bogeyed the par-4 11th but recovered with eight birdies in total. "If you're missing fairways, with the greens, you're going to miss a lot of greens, you're going to struggle", he said.
  • Scotland striker Leigh Griffiths 'gutted' after England's last-gasp leveller

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    Two Leigh Griffiths free-kicks left England facing a first qualifying defeat since October 2009, only for Kane to volley in a 93rd-minute leveller from substitute Raheem Sterling's left-wing cross. "So that weapon that we had years ago where "get intae them" was well and truly used, it is not used as much now". "On our day we can match any-body".
  • Penguins strike first in Game 5, lead Predators 1-0

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    During Game three and four, Subban got on Crosby's nerves. Though the Pens raced out to a 3-0 first period lead, Murray was sharp as the Preds tried to mount an early comeback. Laviolette continued his steadfast support of the Finn, who was spectacular in the first three rounds and the primary reason for the club's advancement to a first Stanley Cup final.
  • Zidane: What I Told Real Stars At HT

    Zidane: What I Told Real Stars At HT

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    But Madrid made a mockery of Juventus' proud record, as they scored four times and became the first team in the Champions League era to win the competition in consecutive seasons. Cristiano Ronaldo was named man of the match after scoring two goals and becoming the first player to score in three finals . "I am happy, these are good moments".
  • Rafael Nadal vs Stan Wawrinka, French Open 2017 final

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    The Swiss has won all three Grand Slam finals in which he has appeared - in 2014 he beat Nadal in Australia and then Novak Djokovic in the 2015 Paris final and again in last year's US Open finale. It was a triumph of offense over defense, as Wawrinka used his sublime one-handed backhand and hammer of a forehand to send Murray scrambling and sliding all over the red clay at Court Philippe Chatrier for a tad more than 4 1/2 hours.
  • South Africa's Rabada and Parnell dismiss England for 153

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    South Africa bowled beautifully and they did not give us anything to hit. But defending seven runs from the last over, Mark Wood held his nerve to restrict the tourists to 328-5 and spare England the bother of a series decider at Lord's on Monday.