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Real face up to life without Ronaldo

August 14 2018
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Following up Zinedine Zidane’s treble Champions League success with Real Madrid was always going to be a difficult job for Julen Lopetegui, but having to do it without Cristiano Ronaldo is a monumental challenge.

Chelsea and Spurs win away as promoted teams struggle

August 12 2018
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Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur enjoyed away wins on the opening Saturday of the Premier League season while promoted Fulham and Cardiff City were given quick reminders of the tough task they face on their returns to the top flight.

Salah, Ronaldo and Messi on Champions League awards shortlist

August 10 2018
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Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah joined regulars Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi on UEFA’s shortlist for the best forwards who played in Champions League last season, soccer’s European governing body announced on Thursday.

Kroenke wins $2.3 billion battle for Arsenal after Usmanov agrees to sell

August 07 2018
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American billionaire Stan Kroenke has struck a deal to take Arsenal private by buying out Russian rival and minority investor Alisher Usmanov in a move that values the English Premier League soccer club at around $2.3 billion. The deal comes at

Prime Minister Oli congratulates Nepal Cricket team

August 04 2018
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Kathmandu, Nepal: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has on Saturday congratulated the Nepali cricket team for achieving the maiden success in the one- day international (ODI) in a match against the Netherlands.

Klopp optimistic of Mane’s long-term stay at Liverpool

July 31 2018
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Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp is hopeful that the optimism surrounding the club will lead to key players, including playmaker Sadio Mane, committing their long-term futures to the Premier League side.

Rabada, Shamsi set up South Africa’s five-wicket win

July 29 2018
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Fast bowlers Kagiso Rabada and spinner Tabraiz Shamsi picked up four wickets each to set up South Africa’s five-wicket victory against Sri Lanka in the first one-day international at Dambulla on Sunday.

Cristiano Ronaldo fined 3.2 million euro in tax evasion case

July 28 2018
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Cristiano Ronaldo will be fined 3.2 million euros (2.82 million pounds)and sentenced to 24 months in prison, a sentence he is unlikely to serve, after settling a tax evasion case with Spanish tax authorities, the prosecutor said on Friday.

Australia’s Smith continues return with Caribbean spell

July 25 2018
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Former Australia captain Steve Smith will continue his return to competitive cricket in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) next month after signing up to replace Shakib Al Hasan in the Twenty20 league.

Liverpool sign goalkeeper Alisson for world record fee

July 20 2018
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Liverpool signed Brazil international Alisson from AS Roma on Thursday, smashing the world record for a goalkeeper in a deal worth up to 72.5 million euros ($84 million).

France wins 2nd World Cup title, beats Croatia 4-2

July 15 2018
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Kylian Mbappe and France put on a thrilling show in winning the World Cup title. All Russian President Vladimir Putin might remember is the Pussy Riot protest.

A youthful France faces veteran-laden Croatia for World Cup

July 15 2018
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France is the established power with a young team full of speed and skill. Croatia has the veterans that have shown they can never be counted out.

Belgium beat England to secure third place finish

July 15 2018
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Belgium beat England 2-0 in the World Cup third-place play-off on Saturday to secure their best ever finish at a World Cup and send Gareth Southgate’s side home with a second straight loss.

Organisers say World Cup has transformed perception of Russia

July 14 2018
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Russia’s World Cup organisers said on Saturday that the tournament had so far been a success and would help to improve the country’s image abroad.

Mandzukic sends irrepressible Croatia into first World Cup final

July 12 2018
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Croatia yet again showed their magnificent resilience to come from behind and beat England 2-1 on Wednesday as Mario Mandzukic’s extra-time goal sent them into their first World Cup final and a possible revenge mission against France.