Confident Harry Kane is aiming for a Hampden hat-trick

The Tottenham striker has won the Golden Boot for the last two seasons in the Premier League and in the final two games of last season, managed to score seven goals. "It's a good moment for him". It is refreshing to hear an English player talk with so much confidence, enthusiasm and drive. "Any player growing up as a footballer dreams of being England captain one day and I am no different".

Wawrinka stuns Murray, oldest French Open finalist in 44 years

Wawrinka stuns Murray, oldest French Open finalist in 44 years

And with a late start just past 6pm, there was some talk the match might not get completed by nightfall. Halep came all the way back from a set and 5-1 down in the second to defeat Elina Svitolina, 3-6, 7-6 (6), 6-0. Stan collected himself and scraped out the second before Murray regained control in a hard-fought third. He broke Murray yet again and served for the win, but Murray did get a break point attempt.

Britain's snap election backfires on Prime Minister Theresa May

In a political drama both brutal and surreal, British Prime Minister Theresa May tried Friday to carry on with the business of governing as usual, while her Conservative Party reeled from losing its parliamentary majority and her opponents demanded she resign.

Chelsea's Eden Hazard refuses to rule out a move to Real Madrid

It will delay the 26-year-old's preparations ahead of 2017/18, with training due to begin again early next month. Belgium is now topping Group H of their World Cup qualifying group with 13 points after five games. In the league alone, Hazard scored 16 goals and assisted five in 36 games, or the equivalent of 3,005 minutes of football. "I always try to be close to him because I know it makes it hard for defenders when there is two of you, or even three when Pedro or Willian are there as ...

Kerr cracks that old-timers would kill Warriors

James, who is averaging a triple-double in the 2017 Finals (32 points, 12.3 rebounds, 10.3 assists), and the Cavs edged the Warriors in Game 7 previous year after falling behind 3-1, becoming the first team to ever overcome such a deficit in the Finals.

Unraveling the case of Draymond Green and the disappearing technical foul

After his team's Game 4 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday, Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green made clear how he feels about the fans in Cleveland. For several minutes, however, the only people who seemed to know that in the entire arena were the three officials. "My goodness. It's insane to think that he thought it was my second technical foul and I would get a technical foul for that".