• Asia Cup Hockey: India beat Pakistan 3-1 to top Pool A
Asia Cup Hockey: India beat Pakistan 3-1 to top Pool A

India have dominated in their first two games at the Asia Cup 2017 taking place in Bangladesh, thrashing the hosts and Japan 7-0 and 5-1 respectively. Q1 10'min: 10 minutes into the game and it's even stevens so far. At the end of first quarter, both the teams were goalless. Dhaka, Oct. 14 (PTI): Two easy wins garnered, a confident India would ...

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  • Arsene Wenger Admits January Exits 'Possible' for Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil
Arsene Wenger Admits January Exits 'Possible' for Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil

During the summer, City were prepared to pay in excess of £50m for Sanchez, whose contract at the Emirates Stadium expires at the end of the season. Asked if he had imposed a deadline for them to sign new deals, Wenger said: "No not at the moment".

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  • Former Liverpool defender showers praise on Philippe Coutinho
Former Liverpool defender showers praise on Philippe Coutinho

The Catalan giants made repeated attempts to sign Coutinho (above) in the summer but were ultimately rebuffed, with the Reds rejecting their final bid of £117million and remaining adamant they have no desire to sell. However, the player finally agreed to play in the Champions League for Liverpool during the first part of the season with after...

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  • Chandimal 'over the moon' with Test series win
Chandimal 'over the moon' with Test series win

Pakistan's record of never having lost a Test cricket series in the United Arab Emirates ended on Tuesday when Sri Lanka won the second match by 68 runs and swept the series. Choosing against it, Sri Lanka lost all ten wickets for 96. Pakistan's efforts to organise the final T20I against Sri Lanka at the Gaddafi stadium in Lahore has hit a road...

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  • Wales v Republic of Ireland, World Cup 2018 qualifier
Wales v Republic of Ireland, World Cup 2018 qualifier

And automatic qualification for next summer's World Cup in Russian Federation is not yet out of the question either. This will be a much tougher opponent with astronomically higher stakes for both teams and the home-field advantage may not be enough for Wales to get the favorable result.

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  • Iowa State stuns No. 3 Oklahoma 38-31
Iowa State stuns No. 3 Oklahoma 38-31

NOTES: Iowa State LB/QB Joel Lanning became the first Cyclones player since Dave McCurry in 1971 to play significant snaps on both sides of the ball. 7 TCU, No. 12 OU and No. 14 OSU. The Gators got on the scoreboard with Eddy Pineiro's 25-yard field goal in the second quarter against LSU. With Baker Mayfield planting a flag in the field...

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  • Doesn't President Donald Trump Say
Doesn't President Donald Trump Say "Puerto Rico" In Such A Strange Way?

Mr Trump asked. "Maybe it's the calm before the storm". "You guys know what this represents?" White House reporters were summoned on Thursday evening and told the president had decided he wanted the press to document a dinner he was holding with the military leaders and their spouses.

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  • Late Salah goal fires Egypt to Russian Federation
Late Salah goal fires Egypt to Russian Federation

They are now top of Group E with 12 points, while their closest rivals, Uganda have eight points after being held at home to a goalless draw by Ghana in Kampala on Saturday. During this drought the Pharaohs have won four Africa Cup of Nations titles (1998, 2006, 2008 and 2010) but they haven't been able to mirror this success in World Cup qualifica...

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  • Defeat to United and Liverpool can give up, says Aldridge
Defeat to United and Liverpool can give up, says Aldridge

The global break brings an end to another excellent period for the Red Devils, with United further solidifying their credentials as title contenders with seven wins out of eight in all competitions since the last break . Only two of their opponents so far finished in the top 10 last season. He is the league's leading scorer; beating out Tott...

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  • In Catalonia hosted a large-scale protest
In Catalonia hosted a large-scale protest

Autonomous Catalonia is Spain's richest region and has a separate language and culture. Protesters blocked major roads in Catalonia and there was little public transport. Top tourist attractions were also closed, including the city's famous Sagrada Familia church. Officers from the national police and paramilitary Civil Guard seized ballot pa...

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  • Titans signing Brandon Weeden as Marcus Mariota recovers from injury
Titans signing Brandon Weeden as Marcus Mariota recovers from injury

Per ESPN.com's Cameron Wolfe , Mularkey said Mariota doesn't necessarily need to practice during the week in order to play in Sunday's game. He later played in two seasons with the Dallas Cowboys while his last action came in 2015 while he was with the Houston Texans .

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  • Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Texas A&M Aggies
Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Texas A&M Aggies

As for the Aggies, Saban has nothing but good things to say about the team . The Tide hasn't recorded a sack in its last two games, both against teams with quick-release quarterbacks who were not easy to affect. As if we needed fewer reasons to trust the Rebels, they go out and put up a stinker. The sins of the coach are not the sins of the ...

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  • OJ Simpson freed from jail after spending nine years behind bars
OJ Simpson freed from jail after spending nine years behind bars

He is out on parole, with supervision for another five years. A lawyer representing Ron Goldman's family told Associated Press this amount had almost doubled with interest under Californian state law, and that the family would continue to seek payment from Simpson after his release.

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  • Too soon to compare Harry Kane with Ronaldo, says Mauricio Pochettino
Too soon to compare Harry Kane with Ronaldo, says Mauricio Pochettino

Two of those strikes came in the club's 3-1 win at home to Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League , and Jenas believes that Kane has to demonstrate the same form in Europe's premier club competition to be considered a world class striker.

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  • Warner thrilled at ODI century
Warner thrilled at ODI century

The lines were erratic, and the constant switch to variations weren't effective either as David Warner and Aaron Finch made the most of India's complete lack of control at the start. Virat Kohli and his troops are now ranked second in the table, only behind South Africa. We didn't play so badly, but they were better on the day. Thought we we...

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  • Europa League: Bate lose 2-4 to in form Arsenal
Europa League: Bate lose 2-4 to in form Arsenal

On Thursday, the Gunners were involved in Europa League on Thursday and claimed a 4-2 at BATE Borisov . This means that in Borisov Arsene Wenger will release, most likely, a half-reserve structure. Arsen Wenger before the start of the season has already said that the Europa League is uninteresting to him, but even with a disregard for th...

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  • Trump set to appear at Presidents Cup golf
Trump set to appear at Presidents Cup golf

Mickelson has played in the Presidents Cup every year since it began in 1994. "I'm hitting 60-yard shots", Woods said a few times during a press conference Wednesday for the Presidents Cup, which opens on Thursday at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City , N.J.

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  • PSG Accused Of Offering Edinson Cavani £1 Million To Stop Taking Penalties
PSG Accused Of Offering Edinson Cavani £1 Million To Stop Taking Penalties

The newspaper confirmed that Neymar became lonely and isolated in his new club Paris Saint-Germain, after the discontent he caused in the changing room even before his recent incident with Cavani . Today, in sporting terms, we have more enemies. "The other teams can see that we mean business". The photograph did the rounds on social media ...

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  • Dubai tests first driverless taxi
Dubai tests first driverless taxi

CEO Florian Reuter informed that the flying taxis would be launched within the next five years. During the test flight the two-seater, 18 rotor drone was unmanned.it took off for a 5-minute flight above a strip of sand on the gulf coast.The flight was watched by Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed.

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  • Ali smashes ton as England bt West Indies
Ali smashes ton as England bt West Indies

Ali eventually holed out to long-off for 102 as West Indies' labouring bowlers went for 123 in the final 10 overs. "I thought we were in a bit of trouble, then we lost those three wickets and we both had to rebuild a bit". It was Ali's third century in ODIs. Ali s six-hitting assault really got going as England scored a remarkable 50 runs in two ...

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  • Pochettino:
Pochettino: "I am in love" with Harry Kane

Pochettino was pleased with how his team "suffered" in the second half as they held off the West Ham fightback. Kane said he felt Spurs had "played very well" to beat London rivals West Ham, despite being forced to hang on to their advantage as the home side pulled two goals back either side of Serge Aurier's sending off.

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  • Arsene Wenger insists: Alexis Sanchez is happy at Arsenal
Arsene Wenger insists: Alexis Sanchez is happy at Arsenal

The defence does not give up many easy goals but the problem tends to happen when they face pacy attackers as their back four are not the quickest team in the league. The question remains as to whether last season's top scorer should now start against West Brom on Monday. Arsenal have a clutch of players in their final 12 months, most notably ...

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  • Alaves vs Real Madrid: Ceballos double secures victory for La Liga champions
Alaves vs Real Madrid: Ceballos double secures victory for La Liga champions

In contrast, two chances Alaves through Alfonzo Pedraza also twice about Madrid's goalkeeper who escorted Keylor Navas. "I don't know if it'll be unusual to be up against him but I'm happy for him because he's doing a good job". Giovanni Di Biasi will try and stop the rot in his first game in charge of the Basques, and names an unchanged side...

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  • Aaron Hernandez's Brain Showed A Severe Case of CTE
Aaron Hernandez's Brain Showed A Severe Case of CTE

Jose Baez , Hernandez's lawyer, said during a news conference on Thursday that it was the most severe case researchers had encountered in someone of Hernandez's age. The discovery was made following an autopsy of Hernandez following his suicide in April. On Thursday, Hernandez, who was 27 when he died, was revealed to have one of the most ...

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  • Green Bay Packers: Team looks at lineup changes due to injures
Green Bay Packers: Team looks at lineup changes due to injures

Cincinnati fired offensive coordinator Ken Zampese following another brutal loss to the Texans and replaced him with quarterbacks coach Bill Lazor. They haven't reached the end zone in 25 possessions, settling for three field goals for the season.

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