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Although the French worldwide was undoubtedly fouled by Marc Albrighton , the incident clearly took place outside of the Leicester penalty area. Speaking during his post-match press conference, Shakespeare admitted the decision was a hard one to take.
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    If they can get their offense going, that would be a start. Sanchez is hopeful that the specialists will figure out a way to get his blister problems under control quickly, and once and for all. on bereavement • The Chicago Cubs activated lefthanded pitcher Brian Duensing off of the 10-day disabled list and placed righthander Carl Edwards Jr.
  • Iwobi: Arsenal will make Top Four

    Iwobi: Arsenal will make Top Four

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    Away from the front-end changes at the club, it's understood Arsenal are looking to make big changes behind the scenes- including appointing a Director of Football, improving the scouting system and the sports science departments. "He has been the right man for so many years and I am listening to what people are saying". The Gunners face a real fight to secure a top-four finish this season - something Wenger has achieved in every previous season since taking charge in 1996 - but with ...
  • Wild confident but know Game 2 is a must-win

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    The Wild still swarmed, and the Blues did spend a bit more time in Minnesota's end in Game 2, and the netminder was able to come up with big, timely saves. "I don't really get caught up in it, but it's nice to see support from the fans". They're going to throw everything at us and we're excited to go home for sure.
  • Ryan Giggs: Tottenham star is the best in the Premier League

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    Fabio Borini's first touch of the game at stoppage time, a rifling effort, earned Sunderland a point against West Ham United but the hosts remain rooted to the bottom of the table after the 2-2 draw. Not only did Mousa Dembele score his first goal of the season, but substitute striker Vincent Jansson netted in stoppage time for his first from open play in the league since joining Tottenham past year.
  • Mancini homers twice as Orioles pummel Blue Jays

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    Following a lengthy delay as medical officials attended to crew chief Scott, second base ump Brian Knight took over home-plate duties. He also got a concussion from a foul tip previous year - umpires usually are out of action for at least a week when they have a concussion, depending on the severity.
  • Barcelona El Clasico blow as Neymar could miss Real Madrid

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    He was first shown a red card of his career when Barca suffered a 2-0 defeat in Malaga on Saturday. See, after Neymar was sent off , the 25-year-old Brazilian apparently dealt out a sarcastic slow clap toward the fourth official, which was recorded in the match log.
  • Blue Jackets' Calvert breaks stick over Penguins' Kuhnhackl after loss

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    The next game in the best-of-seven series is set for Sunday in Columbus. In a high-tempo, emotion-filled game, the Pittsburgh Penguins came out ready to play. "He eventually just held onto it and I was able to create a turnover". Unfortunately for San Jose, though, there wasn't much else to be happy about, as the visiting Oilers beat San Jose 1-0.
  • 'Where's My Trophy?' - Ronnie O'Sullivan Is Not Happy With Snooker Authorities

    'Where's My Trophy?' - Ronnie O'Sullivan Is Not Happy With Snooker Authorities

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    Hearn has publicly criticised O'Sullivan for his actions, labelling his behaviour as " embarrassing ", but the player has now suggested that he will look to take legal action against the governing body. O'Sullivan has been out of sorts since his Masters triumph at Alexandra Palace, failing to win back-to-back matches at the five events he has played between that tournament and his trip to Sheffield.
  • Thomas plays a day after sister's death

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    We knew he was hurting". "We haven't done that all season, but this is the right time to do it". Everybody stepped up and did what was asked of them. Wizards 114, Hawks 107 • John Wall scored a playoff career-high 32 points and Markieff Morris added 21 in his National Basketball Association playoff debut as host Washington beat Atlanta in Game 1.
  • Larry Sanders missed team bus before Cavs cut him

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    Smith and Kevin Love missed substantial time with injuries. In Game 1, the Pacers will likely roll with the same starting lineup they used down the stretch - Jeff Teague at point guard, Monta Ellis at shooting guard, Paul George at small forward, Thad Young at power forward and Myles Turner at center.
  • Chelsea's title chances '50 per cent', says Conte

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    They remain in the driving seat and will face only one top-seven side - Everton - in their last six games, but Conte suggested his team can no longer be considered outright favourites. United moved up to fifth place, four points behind fourth-placed Manchester City with a game in hand, and is six points behind third-placed Liverpool having played two fewer games.