• Pakistan into Finals of Champions Trophy

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    That was not the case in Group A victories over Bangladesh , New Zealand and Australia as Mark Wood, Liam Plunkett and others rose to the occasion with wickets when England needed them. He declined to call on tournament organisers to change their pitch policy, however. He was also a member of the team that won the 1992 Cricket World Cup.
  • The Golden State Warriors Will Skip Trump White House Visit

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    As unforgettable for the rest of the National Basketball Association was the way the Warriors attacked the season, blending Durant's inside power with Curry and Klay Thompson's outside shooting to create a deadly combination and potentially long-lasting one.
  • US Open: Erin Hills proves tame and tough

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    Erin Hills had been set up to play to 7,845 yards in the first round, surpassing the record set at Chambers Bay in 2015 by 150 yards, but a combination of wide fairways and a course softened by previous thunderstorms helped Fowler card seven birdies in a flawless opening 65.
  • Thibaut Courtois 'sees Chelsea contract talks stall'

    Thibaut Courtois 'sees Chelsea contract talks stall'

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    The Belgian global still has two years remaining on his current deal and so there will be no panic as of yet from Chelsea's perspective over his future. Courtois, who is now on £100,000-a-week, wants to double his salary to £200,000-a-week and is hopeful an agreement can be reached before the start of the new season.
  • Roma officially announce Di Francesco as new head coach

    Roma officially announce Di Francesco as new head coach

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    Roma defender Antonio Rudiger has dismissed suggestions he could leave the Stadio Olimpico for Inter ahead of next season. "It is true that there is interest in Salah from an English club". "I know there will be easier times and tougher times". "I'm aware that things move quickly in football". The grizzled centre-back is a 79 time Mexico global and his palpable passion and willingness to throw his body on the line means he's exactly the kind of player Newcastle fans adore.
  • Oakland triumphant as parade celebrates Warriors title

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    He averaged 35 points a game as the Golden State Warriors clobbered the Cleveland Cavaliers . Warriors coach Steve Kerr has ripped into Trump several times , the last he called Trump a " blowhard ". Which means that the Warriors will get their wish without creating a headline that could alienate some fans or otherwise generate the impression that they are disrespecting the office.
  • James Rodriguez to leave after Champions League final snub

    James Rodriguez to leave after Champions League final snub

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    The impressive win crowned a remarkable first full season in charge for former Real midfielder Zidane, who led the team to a first La Liga title in five years, delivering the club's first European Cup and league double since 1958. "In the second half Real Madrid pushed the accelerator and we remained too static and sat back too long. We won the league on the last day and we know it's very hard to win a Champions League final for the second year running - we've managed to do it".
  • Warriors fans celebrate, with expectations of more to come

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    Parents drove their children to the parade as early as 2:30 a.m., while adults and pint-sized fans donned matching Warriors regalia. "Somebody asked me about [going to the White House] a couple of months ago, like a hypothetical, if the championship were to happen would I do it and I think I answered, 'I wouldn't go.' I still feel like that today", Curry told USA Today .
  • Phil Jones: What I think about new Man United signing

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    Manchester United has made Victor Lindelof the team's first offseason signing, bringing in the Sweden center back from Benfica for 35 million euros ($39.4 million). In defence, Mourinho now boasts an impressive array of options with Lindelof joining the likes of Eric Bailly, Marcos Rojo, Chris Smalling, Phil Jones and Daley Blind.
  • NASCAR Monster Energy Series Predictions: Pocono 400 6/11/17

    NASCAR Monster Energy Series Predictions: Pocono 400 6/11/17

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    So, they resorted to hand signals the rest of the race. "You know, the old hand on the door for - was it tight, hand on the door?" "I now have a chance to honor two more legends of our sport". The relationship also brought with it Blaney and Bullins, a driver and crew chief on the rise but whose options were limited at the moment with Penske, which wasn't in a position to expand.