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Morgan was part of the England side who lost the final of this tournament to India four years ago, when they snatched defeat from the jaws of victory. He adds it means the team are out of a tournament they could have won: "They had all bases covered: powerful batting and a bowling attack full of variety and wicket-takers - a team of match-winners".
  • Blimp goes down at US Open golf tournament; pilot is 'OK'

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    CDT that showed the blimp deflated and in flames. "He said the blimp is not looking good", Snedeker said. The USGA said the pilot was being treated for "unknown injuries". Schmidt told ESPN.com that he was the first to arrive at the crash scene and that he pulled Thompson away from the burning wreckage just before the blimp's propane tanks exploded.
  • Blimp Catches Fire, Crashes Near US Open Site

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    I'm here to compete. River Jones Johnson, his second son, was born on Monday. Erin Hill's length means stamina will be a must as golfers encounter a slower pace of play and rounds that could last up to six hours. " I'm excited to come back and defend this week ". John Bodenhamer, senior managing director of rules and competitions, is confident the 117th US Open will be bereft of rules drama.
  • Blimp crashes near US Open course

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    I've never seen a plane crash, blimp crash, anything like that. "I hope the guys got out okay". Dustin Johnson is willing to put up with some drama at the U.S Open, as long as it ends in victory. "That's not the way you want to start off". Spieth won the tournament in 2015 and McIlroy did in 2011. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the pilot at this time", the USGA statement said.
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    Mauricio Pochettino "excited" about Chelsea clash

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    Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho will get the chance to renew their rivalry on 9 December at Old Trafford, with the return fixture at Etihad Stadium on the weekend of 7 April. 'Supporters are therefore advised that our second fixture of the campaign, against Southampton , will be rescheduled, with further details to follow'.
  • Morgan vows England will 'stay true' to beliefs after Pakistan

    Morgan vows England will 'stay true' to beliefs after Pakistan

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    Azhar Ali (76) and Fakhar Zaman (57) dismissed England's attack to all parts of Sophia Gardens in an opening stand of 118. It will be Pakistan's second key match at Sophia Gardens in a matter of days after a tense three-wicket victory over Sri Lanka there on Monday saw them into the last four of a tournament featuring the world's top eight one-day global (ODI) sides.
  • Blimp Crashes Outside US Open Golf Tournament Near Milwaukee

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    Open. Advertising company AirSign was operating the blimp , but the airship was not affiliated with the golf event or broadcaster Fox Sports, the U.S. Open history, realizing that he would be a late arrival to Erin Hills because of some important family matters. A witness said the blimp caught fire and crashed.
  • Owen Farrell ruled out of Maori All Blacks match

    Owen Farrell ruled out of Maori All Blacks match

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    In retaining the backrow trio that went so well against the Crusaders, Gatland has not picked Sam Warburton . I think Warren Gatland is pretty good at this. Gatland confirmed that O'Mahony will keep the armband if he stays on the field when Warburton joins the fray, as a likely second-half replacement for Sean O'Brien.
  • May stands over calling election as Corbyn is heckled on nuclear stance

    May stands over calling election as Corbyn is heckled on nuclear stance

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    Audience members also challenged Mr Corbyn over his promises to raise £48 billion in tax to pay for public services, with one man telling him Labour's manifesto read like "a letter to Santa Claus". We've had seven years of a Conservative government, seven years of austerity has failed. Corbyn advocates re-nationalising the railways, scrapping university tuition fees and extending free childcare.
  • The Cavaliers lost to the Warriors with honor

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    Their one title came previous year when the Cavs became the first team to rally from a 3-1 Finals deficit to win the city's first major title since 1964. LeBron can't criticize too much, though, having bolted Cleveland for Miami to get his first championships, then leaving Pat Riley back in South Beach when it was obvious the aging Heat roster couldn't keep contending.
  • Seven dead, dozens hurt after explosion outside Chinese kindergarten

    Seven dead, dozens hurt after explosion outside Chinese kindergarten

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    Rt reports that police have yet to confirm the number of casualties, but China Global Television Network are reporting that seven people have died and a further 59 have been injured in the blast. Clothing, shoes and other items were strewn on the ground beside pools of blood. The newspaper People's Daily , which posted graphic photos and videos of the blast's aftermath in Jiangsu province, reports that an investigation is now underway.
  • Nadal storms into quarters, Pliskova through to last 16

    Nadal storms into quarters, Pliskova through to last 16

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    The second seed, with new coach Andre Agassi absent from the stands, was too good for the Spanish 19th seed. The left-hander destroyed compatriot Roberto Bautista-Agut 6-1 6-2 6-2 in just 111 minutes to reach his 31st grand slam quarter-final and 11th in Paris .