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Rosberg has plenty to celebrate ahead of 200th race

Rosberg has plenty to celebrate ahead of 200th race

With Max Verstappen completing the top four it was a good day for Red Bull as their rivals Ferrari struggled - Kimi Raikkonen fifth and Sebastian Vettel starting from the back. "Initially I thought it was at the front, but then quite obviously it was at the rear. Then I wanted to come into the box, but in the end we made a decision to stay out, and then we came in because it was hopeless anyway, we were just not quick enough, and there was no time within three or four minutes to fix the ...



Wenger: Cazorla should have taken the penalty

Luckily for Sanchez and Wenger it didn't matter, as the Gunners went on to win the game comfortably. "If you get in that area, it can be hard so we have to be in the frame of mind that we can go to the next level", he added. Walcott followed his run after playing the ball to Iwobi, who superbly flicked on for the England global to clip home. Hard away trips have been the Gunners' undoing in years gone by but Walcott is adamant Wenger's side have developed a ruthless streak on the road ...


Firmino eyes being key player for Liverpool

Firmino eyes being key player for Liverpool

Surely there can only be one victor? The pair have developed a good understanding at the heart of Klopp's midfield and were key to Liverpool's triumph in the capital. "I learnt a little bit about the English (media)". Leicester went one better by actually winning the league a year ago, with the big gaps they had between games decisive in helping them to keep their key players fit.


Lonergan out as George Washington coach after investigation

Lonergan out as George Washington coach after investigation

George Washington also had a recruit on campus for an official visit Friday and Lonergan unexpectedly didn't show up for dinner with him, a source said. However Lonergan reportedly won't be the coach leading the Colonials. Other players defended Lonergan in a follow-up story by the Washington Post . The school fired the 50-year-old Lonergan amid reports of player abuse.



Despite criticism, Penn State honors Paterno during game

Penn State's quiet announcement that there would be tributes drew criticism from around the country. Those who believe Joe did something wrong will always believe that. I say let the man be honored, respect what he did, ALWAYS remember WHY he was dismissed and just let the school have their moment. "It's as if these poor little kids who were sexually abuse here don't matter".



Iranian cyclist dies after crash in Paralympics road race

Rio de Janeiro (AFP) - An Iranian Paralympic cyclist died Saturday in Rio after an accident in the road race on the penultimate day of the Games, a Paralympic official said. The IPC confirmed an investigation into the circumstances of the accident has been launched. Golbarnezhad was born in Shiraz, Iran. The 48-year-old's appearance here came four years after he made his Paralympic debut at London 2012, finishing 23rd in the road C4-5.