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The Steelers announced Mr. Rooney died Thursday, Apr. 13, 2017. " Dan Rooney and his family, like the Maras, provided the foundation for the National Football League that we all see today", Giants chairman and executive vie president Steve Tisch said in a separate statement.
  • Man Utd striker Ibrahimovic: Chelsea have had it easy

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    Victory for Antonio Conte's men will edge them closer to the Premier League crown, while Jose Mourinho needs a win against his former side to bolster United's top-four ambitions. For us as well, because we're playing for the top four, it's going to be a game that's really important for each team. "We have to be focused and get ready and show them revenge, it's revenge for us".
  • Man Utd were helped by referee - Moyes

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    They're now in fifth place, four points off the pace of the top four behind Manchester City, a club with which they have a game in hand. Manchester United breezed past struggling Sunderland 3-0 on Sunday to keep the pressure on the Premier League's top four.
  • Yelich, Stanton homer in 8th as Marlins beat Mets 5-4

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    I got it in my sleeve, my shirt. "But you've got to lay it out for the boys". He made two mistakes in the second inning, allowing back-to-back home runs, but was otherwise lights out for seven innings. In addition to Stanton and Yelich, Justin Bour and Marcell Ozuna also went deep back-to-back. Miami went ahead 2-1 in the second when the Marlins' first two batters, Bour and Ozuna, pulled their homers.
  • IPL 2017: Virat Kohli scores 39-ball fifty on return for RCB

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    Then came the big glut of wickets . But I just think we did not score enough runs. But his inability to get scoreboard moving was again evident as his 28 came off 25 balls which also had a huge six off Yzvendra Chahal delivery that landed on the Chinnaswamy rooftop.
  • Vettel holds off late Hamilton charge to win Bahrain GP

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    Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas of Finland, left, takes a curve followed by teammate Lewis Hamilton of Britain during the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix, at the Formula One Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir, Bahrain, Sund. "I feel I'm now in the game", he said. Raikkonen had struggled to clear Massa on two occasions after dropping behind the Williams during the safety auto period, but after pitting last of the front-runners his final stint saw him rapidly close on Bottas to finish just ...
  • Russell Westbrook, Basketball Machine, Just Equalled A 55 YO NBA Record

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    Westbrook fell a rebound short of an historic triple-double, but scored 45 points, including the Thunder's final five points to lead Oklahoma City to a 103-100 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday night (Thursday AEST). Milwaukee had been one of the league's hottest teams. Westbrook had 12 points, eight rebounds and eight assists at halftime to help Oklahoma City (44-33) take a 63-39 lead.
  • Mauricio Pochettino: Seven points is "a massive difference"

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    I think that reducing three points to Chelsea was important for us. "We are there, second in the table, and now in the last period we must focus and concentrate and try to do our best and take the fight to them". "He is in hospital now, doing scans". Of course, Spurs still face a very uphill climb for the league title, but entering today there was not really any true hope.
  • Courtois out, Ibrahimovic on bench at Old Trafford

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    Chelsea had two injury blows before kick-off. "It means the coach was not able to transfer the right concentration, desire, ambition to win this game". The Clarets were nearly rewarded for their positive start in the 17th minute when PFA young player of the year nominee Michael Keane peeled off at the back post to plant a header towards goal that beat Robles but was cleared off the line by Ross Barkley .
  • Tottenham brush aside Watford to turn up heat on Chelsea

    Tottenham brush aside Watford to turn up heat on Chelsea

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    The Cherries put in a spirited performance and gave themselves a lifeline on the stroke of half time when Joshua King found the net with the half of a deflection, but Marcos Alonso's impressive free kick in the second period put the game beyond them.