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Conor McGregor Makes History With Alvarez KO at UFC 205

Conor McGregor Makes History With Alvarez KO at UFC 205

The fan favourite in NY even taunted Alvarez by keeping his hands behind the back before pushing him to the ground in the second round. Alvarez started the fight with a couple of low inside kicks, but it was all McGregor after that. The Irish fighter stopped his opponent in the second round of their bout at Madison Square Garden in NY, stunning him with a trademark left, before unloading a flurry of punches that Alvarez had no answer to.



Giroud rescues Gunners late on at Old Trafford

It has become a recurring theme for United, which has drawn three consecutive home games in the league for the first time since April 1992. The onus will be on the French team and hopefully this will allow us the space in behind to hurt them with counterattacks.



Australia captain Steve Smith blasts flops after fifth loss in a row

But Australia still faced a mighty struggle to prevent South Africa , already 1-0 up, from claiming its third successive series win in Australia with only the day-night third test in Adelaide still to play. Abbott, who was called up to replace Steyn for the second test, returned 6-77 and Kagiso Rabada, playing his 10th test and already showing promise well beyond his experience, had 4-34 in conditions that were good but not unnaturally advantageous for swing or seam movement.



F1 rivals Hamilton and Rosberg in the mood for showdown

Three-time F1 champion Lewis Hamilton won his first title with McLaren in 2008. McLaren will be keen to become part of that battle and finished the session 11th and 12th, with Fernando Alonso 0.457s ahead of Jenson Button. "The main reason to turn on and watch Formula One is the fighting". Securing a first win in Monaco for eight years, a first win in Brazil ever. "Lots of incredible memories, lots of life-changing memories - some good, some bad - and also to walk away with the world ...



Emery delighted to move top with Arsenal draw

Arsene Wenger on the sideline during Arsenal's Champions League encounter against PSG. "We have the players and the quality, it's about how we impose that on the game". The Gunners, who remained second in Group A behind PSG , have now drawn their last three games in all competitions. The Uruguayan's runs into space are magical but he could have made Arsenal's plight much worse with two glaring second half misses, one when he broke clear and went for a Hollywood chipped finish that David ...



Topping Champions League group is unlikely admits Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger

Manchester City are also through, courtesy a 1-1 draw in a match in which both teams had a player sent off. "No [I will not be glad when November is over]. PSG require a victory over Ludogorets to lock down top spot, while Arsenal play Basel away in their final group game. The Uruguayan's runs into space are magical but he could have made Arsenal's plight much worse with two glaring second half misses, one when he broke clear and went for a Hollywood chipped finish that David ...