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Mexico are top of the group with four points and face home side Russian Federation on Saturday (June 24 ). At the last minute of additional time , when Portugal thought they had won it, Mexico equalized and the game ended 2-2. " He was hospitalised and we think he broke his leg ", said Portugal coach Fernando Santos . "He is here to talk about the game, full stop, not about his life and his family.
  • Hamilton Drives To Dominant Win In Canada, Vettel Fourth

    Hamilton Drives To Dominant Win In Canada, Vettel Fourth

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    Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas followed Hamilton home for the team's first one-two of the season, while Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo was on the bottom step of the podium for the third straight race. While Hamilton was never challenged, the race for the rest of the points was lively, with Vettel spending most of the race trying to get back to the front.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo won't quit Real Madrid, says club president Florentino Perez

    Cristiano Ronaldo won't quit Real Madrid, says club president Florentino Perez

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    Real Madrid turned down the opportunity to sign goalkeeper David de Gea from Manchester United last summer, club president Florentino Perez claimed, while playing down the possibility of bidding for the Spain worldwide again. Reports of a rejected €60million bid from United seem wide of the mark, though, according to Madrid president Perez, who remains keen to keep Morata in the Spanish capital.
  • Mourinho accused of tax fraud during Real Madrid spell

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    Spanish paper Marca report Ronaldo - whose move to Manchester United appears to be off - will be in possession of a "firm offer" from Zlatan Ibrahimovic's former side. Prosecutors accuse the Portugal global of evading tax via a shell company based in the British Virgin Islands and another in Ireland, known for its low corporate tax rate.
  • In Iowa, the president channels his inner candidate Trump

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    Trump's plan to use $200 billion in federal funds to leverage investment in national infrastructure improvement has prompted rural groups to fight for broadband's inclusion, arguing that such access is a 21st-century version of the electrification and water projects that brought prosperity to sparsely populated areas in the past.
  • India's share of cricket revenue hiked to $405m

    India's share of cricket revenue hiked to $405m

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    The new sharing model was approved by the ICC board on Thursday in London during the ICC's Annual General Meeting. Previously, the BCCI was drawing an amount of 570 million dollars due to its "Big Three" formula. "I would like to thank all ICC members for their commitment to changing the constitution for the good of the global game", he said. But after strong lobbying by the Indian board and the extra United States dollars 100 million offered to BCCI by ICC president Shashank Manohar, ...
  • Cavaliers owner, Billups met for 2nd straight day

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    But now that the offer is in hand, Billups is "conflicted", sources said, and among the reasons is apparently the possibility that LeBron James leaves next summer as a free agent. Billups was in Cleveland , but as of 7 p.m. EDT there was no official agreement in place. The Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers could be preferred destinations for the three-time champ, and the Cavs should be doing everything in their power to make sure that he stays with the team for the foreseeable ...
  • Oilers trade forward Jordan Eberle to Islanders for centre Ryan Strome

    Oilers trade forward Jordan Eberle to Islanders for centre Ryan Strome

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    He was the No. 22 overall pick by the Oilers in 2008 and made his National Hockey League debut in 2010. "Jordan brings leadership and experience into our room", Snow said, "qualities that will continue to help us build towards our goals of being a consistent playoff contender and winning the Stanley Cup".
  • Lions strangled us and will test the All Blacks, says Chiefs coach

    Lions strangled us and will test the All Blacks, says Chiefs coach

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    The Lions start the three-Test series against the All Blacks on Saturday, and this was the last chance for any of the tourists to sway head coach Warren Gatland's thinking for that Auckland clash. "Test selection would be wonderful". "I'd be blowing up at the half-backs to use me, I'd be turning up around the rucks when the forwards start to get exhausted".