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After six matches, Scotland , on eight points, trail Group F leaders England by six points, second-place Slovakia by four and Slovenia by three. England manager Gareth Southgate insists England's injury-time equaliser against Scotland is a "big moment" for the team, as they finally proved they have character.
  • Rafael Nadal vs Stan Wawrinka: The 5 best matches!

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    Nadal is yet to drop a set and has lost just 29 games in six matches - his lowest tally ever and the least since Bjorn Borg in 1978. This time , Wawrinka managed to wear down the 30-year-old Scot, also a three-time Grand Slam champion. So Nadal stayed away from that side early, going instead after Wawrinka's forehand. All the third seed could do was applaud. Then, Nadal delivered a furious combo of tennis punches to turn that tight 2-2 set into a 6-2 rout.
  • Murray, Wawrinka to meet 2nd time in French Open semis

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    Murray eventually found his stride as he breezed through the second and the course of the match was effectively decided towards the end of the third. The first streak of Nishikori brilliance was over and the Japanese player double-faulted to drop serve at 3-1, and then woefully misjudged leaving a ball that landed well inside the baseline to fall 5-1 down.
  • Halep, Ostapenko to clash for French Open title

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    Sir Andy Murray of Great Britain, the world number one, will meet Switzerland's Stan Wawrinka in a repeat of last year's semi-final in the other match. 1 - Ostapenko is the first ever Latvian - man or woman - to reach a Grand Slam final. Pliskova would have reached a second Grand Slam final and faced Ostapenko on Saturday for the French Open title - plus jumped to No.
  • Wawrinka, Nadal set up Paris showdown

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    Called "a very powerful guy" by Murray, Wawrinka kept walloping his strokes, resolute in his intention to attack and attack and attack. Not bad for an old guy, huh? "Over four hours, four-and-a-half hours, there are going to be periods in the match where you're not hitting the ball as well and your opponent is going to be playing well".
  • Bonino missing third straight game for Penguins

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    Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final is a can't-miss show and not just for Penguins and Predators fans in Pittsburgh. One of the telling statistics in this series is that both teams have yet to win on the road - a trend the Penguins hope will continues with home ice advantage in Game 5 and, if necessary, Game 7.
  • Skipper Smith disappointed after second washout

    Skipper Smith disappointed after second washout

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    Steve Smith's Australians looked in control against Bangladesh at the Oval overnight, bowling the Tigers out for 182 then reaching 83-1 after 16 overs before rain stopped play. Iqbal hit six fours and three sixes in his fine 144-ball innings as he gave scant respect of the Australian bowlers who otherwise gave a good account of themselves.
  • Nadal wins 1st set of French Open final

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    Ostapenko celebrated her 20th birthday on Thursday by becoming the first Latvian to reach a Grand Slam final after blasting past Switzerland's Timea Bacsinszky in three sets. "When I recovered and my wrist got better, I was able to train and train well", Rafael Nadal said at a post-match news conference. "To come through here and win his 10th - barely losing games - there's been unbelievable play and whether it's in other people's minds that Rafa's back and it's pointless, I don't know".
  • Manchester United hoping to secure £130m double transfer deal

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    However, with Lindelof already signed and Morata looking destined to join him, United are seemingly trying to conclude their transfer business early this summer. The striker scored 20 goals for Los Blancos last season, his first since returning from Juventus , but started just 19 of his 43 appearances .
  • Argentina beat Brazil in front of 95000 fans in Melbourne

    Argentina beat Brazil in front of 95000 fans in Melbourne

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    Manager Tite , a former Corinthians players and head coach, took charge of Brazil after Dunga's second spell as boss ended in disaster. Jesus had reassured fans of his condition after the game, tweeting "I am fine", but he will still need to undergo surgery as he bids to be fit for the beginning of the 2017-18 season.
  • PTV Sports Live, India vs South Africa for ICC Champions Trophy 2017

    PTV Sports Live, India vs South Africa for ICC Champions Trophy 2017

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    And ultimately, the No. 1 ODI side was bowled out for 191 in just 44.3 overs. However, he couldn't stay at the crease for long and was caught behind while playing a wild slog. Having won the toss and elected to field, defending champions India did the job with the ball in a Group B meeting where the losers would be eliminated.
  • Transfer Rumour: Alvaro Morata agrees to Manchester United switch

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    Morata is thought to be the next name of Mourinho's summer wishlist. I have not yet met the leaders of Real Madrid . Despite hitting 20 goals in all competitions, manager Zinedine Zidane restricted him to just 19 starts. It has been suggested that Manchester United are close to agreeing a €73m fee with Real Madrid for Morata and the player is expected to arrive in England next week to complete the move.