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I can not explain why we played like we did in the second half. "Having said that, you know how things are". "We are at good ages, we have young players that are coming and have a lot of quality". We brought home two titles, doing something truly unique. I'm very happy and we shall enjoy it. "Let me congratulate my boys for what they've done this season", said Allegri, whose side were beaten 3-1 by Barcelona in the 2015 final in Berlin.
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    Vettel's afternoon was scuppered by a first-corner incident with Max Verstappen which forced him to stop for a new front wing, and with it, fall to the back of the field. "Well done, Lewis", Hamilton's race engineer said to him over the radio on the cool down lap. "I think for us, we really solidified our strength, we've got a better understanding of the vehicle and hope we can put it in the same spot in the following races", he told Sky Sports television.
  • 'One of those days' as McIlroy finds trouble in Erin Hills rough

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    Open after ending their second rounds on five and 10 over par respectively. "It's still Saturday, 36 holes is a very long time in a U.S. Open". Day one of the 2017 U.S. "I didn't see seven under at the start of the week, but today is the best we are going to get". Fleetwood has made the cut in just one of his seven major appearances to date, but the 26-year-old from Southport made an ideal start with a birdie on his opening hole and added four more in a brilliant putting display.
  • McGirt starts strong at US Open

    McGirt starts strong at US Open

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    Indeed, golf's toughest test proved elementary for first-round leader Rickie Fowler , who fired a 7-under 65 in a bogey-free round he described as "stress-free". "They want par to be a good score", said English, "and this afternoon it will be". At the U.S. Open, on the biggest stage, the world saw the complete player.
  • Watch Second Round From Erin Hills Online

    Watch Second Round From Erin Hills Online

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    He hit 12 of 14 fairways, 15 of 18 greens and required just 1.5 putts per green, all while exhibiting the steely poise of a fighter pilot, albeit a fighter pilot in modish French blue slacks. With day one in the books at Erin Hills, let's take an extended look at the U.S. Open leaderboard after the opening round. Billy Horschel needed all of one hole to dash his title hopes, making a quad at the par-5 opener.
  • The wrong kind of US Open history: Top 3 all miss cut

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    Open-like, with a record number of scores under par. Erin Hills must have felt like another planet, not the same state. It was his first day attending the U.S. That still didn't appear to be almost enough. He loves it, though it proved unrequited love. until his final six holes. They played to his greatest strength as perhaps the game's best driver, longer than anyone who hits it straighter and straighter than anyone who hits it longer.
  • Rickie Fowler leads US Open on day of highs, lows

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    That was back in 1980 when living legend Jack Nicklaus and Tom Weiskopf got off to a shared lead at Baltusrol. Fowler's 65 represents the second-lowest first-round score in tournament history. "I missed one fairway, one green and that was the double bogey (on the 12th)". The bad stretch has Johnson tied for 102nd. That last part - avoiding big numbers - proved to be deadly to Day on Thursday.
  • McIlroy, Day try to make up ground, make cut at US Open

    McIlroy, Day try to make up ground, make cut at US Open

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    And Casey was joined at the end of play by compatriot Tommy Fleetwood, and United States duo Brooks Koepka and Brian Harman on seven under par. Jordan Spieth is 1 under after his first six holes. Phil Mickelson was a long shot to play in this U.S. Open, and the odds got even longer with a forecast of no chance of rain Thursday. One of the world's best drivers couldn't keep the ball out of the fescue and had a two-way miss going with his new TaylorMade driver.
  • Konta reaches semifinals of Aegon Open

    Konta reaches semifinals of Aegon Open

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    She explained: "The grass court season is a great period for all us Brits and I love the fact that I drive to Eastbourne and Wimbledon and not have to get on a plane to travel to the tournament". "I only had one little dip but I tried to stay strong". Pleasantries will resume today as they play the next round of the doubles, but, as Konta says, it is just part of the game.
  • Ronaldo leads Real Madrid to title

    Ronaldo leads Real Madrid to title

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    Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed he shaved his head after the Champions League final because he promised himself he would if he scored in a Real Madrid win. "I am very happy - an wonderful season again". Juventus leaked three goals in 12 games en route to the final, twice shutting out Barcelona's feared attack in the quarterfinals before blunting a free-scoring Monaco strike force in the semifinals.
  • WBS Penguins alumni again play big role in Cup title

    WBS Penguins alumni again play big role in Cup title

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    Jones on Crosby: "It's an incredible year". Sullivan repeatedly said during the Stanley Cup playoffs that these Penguins were "a privilege to coach". A Team Canada teammate and National Hockey League rival, Jonathan Toews was amazed at Crosby's level at that point last fall, how he seemed to pick right up from the Cup and Conn Smythe wins from three months earlier.
  • Aamer Sohail alleges Champions Trophy matches were fixed in Pakistan's favor

    Aamer Sohail alleges Champions Trophy matches were fixed in Pakistan's favor

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    They looked like a team that wanted to win the championship, winning all the group stage match easily but in the end, when it mattered the most, they failed, simply outplayed by Pakistan. "They adjusted to the conditions extremely well". England are determined to channel the frustrations of Cardiff and resume their upward curve in one-day worldwide cricket en route to the 2019 World Cup .