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Sanchez rapid hat trick as Arsenal thrashes West Ham 5-1

Although it appeared as though at least one fan was ejected from the home section after Ozil scored, the game thankfully passed off without major incident as the club continues to work with police in an effort to put the problems of the past behind them.


India vs England Live Cricket Score 4th Test Day 2 in Mumbai

India vs England Live Cricket Score 4th Test Day 2 in Mumbai

Rashid made only four runs before misjudging and leaving a straight delivery from Jadeja, only for it to remove the off bail. Jennings, who was born in Johannesburg and captained the Proteas under-19s, became the latest South African-born English cricketer to score a ton on their global Test debut.


Jennings debut 50 as England start strongly vs

Jennings debut 50 as England start strongly vs

England captain Alastair Cook won the toss and opted to bat in the fourth and penultimate test against India at the Wankhede Stadium on Thursday. Ashwin bagged 6 for 112 with his off-spin, his 23rd five-wicket haul in his 43rd match , while left-arm spinner Jadeja claimed 4 for 109 as the tourists were all out in the post-lunch session.


Zidane 'angry' as Real surrender top spot

Zidane 'angry' as Real surrender top spot

Before the match, there had been talk as to whether it would have been better to finish first or second in the group, with risky teams like Manchester City and Bayern Munich potentially in wait for the side that topped the sector. It's true Japanese fans love Real Madrid so much, it's a country we love and we want to write another page of history there, winning another important trophy.


Sold! Red Sox get ace Chris Sale from White Sox

Sold! Red Sox get ace Chris Sale from White Sox

However, this trade still has positive repercussions for the Chicago Cubs and the entire NL. "When you look at the talent on this team ... as a whole, you got some young guys, having a veteran leader and one of the best in the game in (Dustin) Pedroia, you can't ask for much more".



Pep Guardiola apologises after brawl during 3-1 loss to Chelsea

An own goal from Gary Cahill in the closing stages of the first half saw City break the deadlock, and they spurned a number of gilt-edged opportunities to extend their lead after the break. Fabregas was shown seemingly tapping his opponent on the face, but a three-man panel of former elite referees decided that Fabregas' indiscretion was not worthy of a red card.