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A surprisingly much-changed Chelsea side from the one that beat Liverpool four days ago fell behind when Laurent Depoitre forced the ball home five minutes into the second-half. Yet that season was over 42 games not 38 so, by any yardstick, City have been truly exceptional. 'They have been educated like that because they are champions.
  • Barcelona's Sergi Roberto sent off for punch in feisty El Clasico

    Barcelona's Sergi Roberto sent off for punch in feisty El Clasico

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    Suarez swept the ball out to the right where Sergi ignored Messi's run to the near post and returned the cross deep to Suarez. The hope will be that Ronaldo played on for 31 minutes after his collision with Gerard Pique because the damage was not significant, rather than made it worse to avoid sitting out a Clasico .
  • An 8-Year-Old Fan Receives Surprise Hospital Visit From Taylor Swift

    An 8-Year-Old Fan Receives Surprise Hospital Visit From Taylor Swift

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    Patrick's Day. Taylor is now beavering away at her tour rehearsals as she kicks off her Reputation run on 8 May, but she took time out to visit Isabella, who is recovering from horrific burns she suffered in March. The girl says hugs sometimes hurt but asked for one from Swift. (Swift will be joined on the road by none other than Charli XCX and Camila Cabello.) "I can not wait for you to come to my concert", she reportedly told McCune.
  • Zidane hails gritty Real win

    Zidane hails gritty Real win

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    They were arguably inferior for 180 minutes, but they always find a way, leading to some serious celebrations after the final whistle. Zidane said it was his job to "defend" Benzema, just as he does with all of his players. He told reporters, "It's a hand-it hits me in the hand, and it's a penalty". "I do not talk about the referees, but it is clear that sometimes it is wrong in our favor and other times against".
  • Ranking LeBron James' 5 Playoff Game-Winning Shots

    Ranking LeBron James' 5 Playoff Game-Winning Shots

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    Then again, every Cleveland fan should have given how much James has owned the Raptors over the years, so much that some have renamed the city that they reside in as LeBronto. Although many of us talked about how he shouldn't even come off the bench and just not even play during the game, but Green has made quite a name for himself this series.
  • Young fan's cheeky sign earns lovely gift at Arsene Wenger's farewell

    Young fan's cheeky sign earns lovely gift at Arsene Wenger's farewell

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    Arsenal's next manager is to be handed a £200m transfer budget this summer, according to reports in the British media. There's no place for Mesut Ozil, but Per Mertesacker could come on for his final home game. Arsenal is yet to name Wenger's successor as the club faces its first managerial appointment since 1996. Wenger will be determined to bow out on a victory with the Clarets able to move level on points with Arsenal in the Premier League.
  • Tiger Woods Just Finished His 3rd Round At The Wells Fargo Championship

    Tiger Woods Just Finished His 3rd Round At The Wells Fargo Championship

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    Uihlein had a 62, one off the course record. "Once I got back into my routine I was fine". He stretched out both arms in mock celebration after his 2-over 73. Birdies at the fourth and seventh were followed by an eagle at the 10th, where Mickelson holed a 30-footer. Facing a delicate pitch on the next hole from about 50 yards, to a slightly elevated green with the pin on a slope, he got that to 10 feet and holed the putt.
  • Jaylen Brown Doubtful For Celtics-Sixers Game 1

    Jaylen Brown Doubtful For Celtics-Sixers Game 1

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    Simmons went 0 of 4 from the field with seven assists, five rebounds and five turnovers. Simmons had five turnovers in Game 2 and has had nearly as many turnovers (12) as assists (13) in the series. The Philadelphia 76ers lost Game 2 in disappointing fashion, blowing a 22-point first half lead and dropping to 0-2 on the series. The Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers meet Saturday in game three of the second round of the National Basketball Association playoffs at the Wells Fargo ...
  • Sir Alex Ferguson recovering in hospital following brain surgery

    Sir Alex Ferguson recovering in hospital following brain surgery

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    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola also sent his close friend his well wishes, revealing Ferguson had recently taken him out for dinner to congratulate him on winning the Premier League title with City. It's that the players who played under Alex Ferguson at Manchester United have a respect and love for him that goes well beyond football. "Be strong, Boss!" he said.
  • NBA Issues Warning to Drake Over

    NBA Issues Warning to Drake Over "Bad Language"

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    The NBA has issued a warning to the Toronto Raptors' " Global Ambassador " Drake over "the use of bad language", ESPN reports. An incident took place during game one of the playoff series between the Toronto Raptors and Cleveland Cavaliers this week, with Drake allegedly exchanging heated words with Cleveland player Perkins.
  • Rangers name Gerrard as new manager

    Rangers name Gerrard as new manager

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    It was a special feeling. I said in some interviews that because he has had so many different managers, with so many different styles, I'm sure he has learned from everyone and hopefully he can do well. And he reckons Dave King's bold choice to become the 16th man to manage Rangers might even just impress the Ibrox outfit's bitter rivals across the city.
  • Knicks reportedly to hire Fizdale as new coach

    Knicks reportedly to hire Fizdale as new coach

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    The franchise want to build a young core around the power forward and believe their new head coach is the right man to spearhead this. The New York Knicks hired Fizdale based off of his acumen on the court and the laundry list of endorsements from players, coaches , and executives around the National Basketball Association.