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    Barcelona-Catalan-club-honors-terror-attack-victims

    Gareth Bale made the most of the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo by scoring one goal and setting up another to make sure Madrid got its title defense off to a winning start. " The rule is to apply the maximum possible measures, and in extraordinary situations like this, apply them much more strictly ". "In the end you always have to move forward", said Valverde.

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  • The AP Top 25 Poll

    The AP Top 25 Poll

    The No. 15 ranking is pretty similar to a year ago, when the Bulldogs were No. 18 in the preseason AP poll , and no. 16 in the coaches poll. And that includes on Twitter, where fans and experts alike shared their opinions on where the teams placed, or didn't place.

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  • Sri Lanka coach Pothas distances himself from Chandimal non-selection

    Sri Lanka coach Pothas distances himself from Chandimal non-selection

    Around 50 fans of the Sri Lankan cricket team gathered near the team bus to protest against their team's lack of fight during their crushing loss to India . "Once he starts going, it's very hard to stop him". From the player's point of view it's very hard. Add the dominance factor and the ruthless streak that India have shown and we might just have the ingredients to create a dynasty.

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  • Bale scores as Real Madrid begin with win

    Bale scores as Real Madrid begin with win

    Deportivo continued to threaten, however, with Andone heading over the crossbar from close range in the 37th minute, while Bakkali was causing problems to the champions with his pace and trickery in a wide position. Casemiro's goal marked another milestone, the midfielder firing home after a move involving 44 passes - the most before a goal in La Liga since the 2006-07 season.

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  • Wallabies outclassed in Bledisloe Cup opener

    Wallabies outclassed in Bledisloe Cup opener

    The All Blacks went in at the break with a commanding 40-6 lead and despite a second-half comeback from the Aussies in Sydney the world champions ran out comfortable 54-34 winners, kicking off their campaign in fine fashion. "That first-half performance was not at the level we can be at". Looking to dispel some of the gloom hanging over the Australian game, the Wallabies put together some sharp phases with their first possession and were rewarded with flyhalf Bernard Foley's penalty in the ...

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  • Aaron Judge Sets MLB Single-Season Strikeout Record

    Aaron Judge Sets MLB Single-Season Strikeout Record

    That's a new single-season record. "I was told (in an interview) before the game that I think I tied the record, and I think you just informed me that I broke that", he said during his post-game media session. However, during the same game, Judge set a major league record for straight games with at least one strikeout by a non-pitcher. Judge has had a rough second half of the season, as he now is hitting.175 with 49 strikeouts since the Midsummer Classic.

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  • No Powerball jackpot winners, $510 million for Saturday's drawing

    No Powerball jackpot winners, $510 million for Saturday's drawing

    That projected jackpot for Saturday's drawing is $510 million. It's the fifth largest jackpot in Powerball history and the eighth largest USA lottery jackpot. Powerball is played in 44 states plus D.C., the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. The drawing comes after two weeks of lottery one-upsmanship between Powerball and Mega Millions.

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  • After Mayweather vs. McGregor, will it be Bisping vs. Bellew?

    After Mayweather vs. McGregor, will it be Bisping vs. Bellew?

    The UFC stripped McGregor of his featherweight belt shortly after that fight when he announced he would be taking some time off after he and long-time partner Dee Devlin had their first baby in May. "We've seen a shift in the fitness industry, in that the average consumer is seeking access to the same training that elite athletes have available, and more studios and gyms are now dedicated to a specific discipline", he said in a statement.

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  • Maria Sharapova headlines Women's singles wildcards for US Open

    Maria Sharapova headlines Women's singles wildcards for US Open

    After the 2017 US Open reaches its conclusion, the WTA circuit will enter its last major segment of the season with a fair share of big tournaments scheduled for the Asian leg. Sharapova has played in only four events since her doping suspension expired in April. The USTA didn't consider her suspension in awarding the wild card, saying it was following past practice of granting them to former US Open champions who needed them, such as Martina Hingis , Lleyton Hewitt, Kim Cljisters ...

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  • Premier League clubs in 'advanced talks' to cut short summer transfer window

    Premier League clubs in 'advanced talks' to cut short summer transfer window

    Although transfer rumors between leagues will still crop up beyond the new deadline, the total volume of mid-August PL transfer rumors should be reduced, bringing a bit of relief to fans, managers, and players who are exhausted of the speculation-and, more importantly, some clubs will have less work to do in terms of incorporating new players into their squads and more stability for the beginning of the season.

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  • Pep Guardiola: Man City need to improve attacking to have title hopes

    Pep Guardiola: Man City need to improve attacking to have title hopes

    For Brighton , it was a disappointing top-tier return after 34 years, ironically against the same opponents who they faced in their final game before relegation in 1983. He's already said that he'd like to play here one day. "It's what we've got to be confident of doing". The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager's arrival at the Etihad Stadium was greeted by plenty of fanfare last season but Guardiola's first season in England ended trophyless.

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  • Frank de Boer says Crystal Palace debut was 'hard lesson'

    Frank de Boer says Crystal Palace debut was 'hard lesson'

    Crystal Palace , on the other hand, has made some good signings and will look to further build from last season. Manager David Wagner will have decisions to make on how to line up his young side, and he will quickly learn what it takes to compete at the Premier League level.

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  • Ryan Tannehill Out For 2017 With Surgery On ACL

    Ryan Tannehill Out For 2017 With Surgery On ACL

    Tannehill , who missed the final four games of last season with two sprained ligaments in his knee, reinjured it a week into training camp on August 3. The decision to opt for surgery came after Tannehill discussed his options with head coach Adam Gase on Friday. The Dolphins consulted with specialists before the team and Tannehill decided on surgery.

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  • Sports Chelsea Makes £25m Bid for Chamberlain

    Sports Chelsea Makes £25m Bid for Chamberlain

    And according to recent reports by The Express , it is believed that the England global has rejected the new offer. As had been reported earlier by The Telegraph , progress between Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Arsenal over a new contract has suddenly faltered after the England winger became frustrated that he has still not been offered a new deal.

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  • Aston Villa Confirm Loan Signing of Tottenham Youngster and Midfielder Josh Onomah

    Aston Villa Confirm Loan Signing of Tottenham Youngster and Midfielder Josh Onomah

    The central midfielder has a great deal of competition in his position and Mauricio Pochettino has chose to allow the 20-year-old to go out and gain experience in the Championship. This is the first time that the 20-year-old midfielder has been sent out on loan to another club by Spurs. With 21-year-old Jack Grealish expected to be out of action for the first few months of the season due to kidney damage, Onomah could be asked to fill in for the winger, having regularly played out wide ...

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  • Inter try to end Man United's Ivan Perisic hopes

    Inter try to end Man United's Ivan Perisic hopes

    United's three major summer signings to date are all comfortably over six feet tall, with Nemanja Matic standing at 6ft 4in, Romelu Lukaku 6ft 3in and Victor Lindelof 6ft 2in. He said: "For the last two years Perisic has played at Inter". "When we signed Paul Pogba, I said he was not expensive", Mourinho said after United's 2-1 friendly win over Sampdoria on Wednesday.

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  • Don't look for big names from Cardinals, Cowboys in HOF Game

    After a week of training camp, the Dallas Cowboys and Arizona Cardinals will convene in Canton, Ohio, to take part in the annual Hall of Fame Game . Linebacker Haason Reddick will take the field for a few plays in his professional football debut. For his career totals, he's racked up 686 completed passes for 7,351 yards and 38 touchdowns, with 37 interceptions and 25 fumbles.

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  • Miami Dolphins Quarterback Ryan Tannehill leaves practice after suffering apparent leg injury

    Miami Dolphins Quarterback Ryan Tannehill leaves practice after suffering apparent leg injury

    The sixth-year quarterback was already wearing a brace on the knee. Tannehill was on the road to recovery and looked to be healthy again after missing multiple games last season due to a knee injury. Miami has had a hard week with key injuries, with starting running back Jay Ajayi now in the concussion protocol. The hits just keep on coming for the Miami Dolphins during training camp .

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  • Cricket Australia agree A$500m pay deal with players

    Cricket Australia agree A$500m pay deal with players

    Although the players had offered to sacrifice up to A$ 30 million (US$ 24 million) of their pay to grassroots cricket, CA stood by its stance and chose not to offer the revenue-sharing deal, which left the players disappointed. "Relationships with the game have been tested and I know that has been a bit of a turn-off for fans", added Sutherland. We are restoring certainty and beginning to fix relationships, especially with the fans.

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