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Newcomer Klaasen becomes new Pink-Day hero

Newcomer Klaasen becomes new Pink-Day hero

The left-hander punished the tourists for those failures and by the time he got out for a 28-ball 39, he had done his job. "I think they played with a lot of character in the end, they pulled through, they deserved to win", the India captain said.


EPL: How Wenger's decision will force Lacazette out of Arsenal

EPL: How Wenger's decision will force Lacazette out of Arsenal

That's why we took our time and worked very hard so my muscles are ready for this type of game and to play a lot of games again. You can't tell me Pep Guardiola wouldn't want to have managed Arsenal? The pair enjoyed comfortable home debuts in last weekend's 5-1 rout of Everton but their local rivals are sure to provide tougher opposition as the two teams continue their bids for Champions League qualification.


Korean skaters skip a line to avoid stepping on Japanese toes

Korean skaters skip a line to avoid stepping on Japanese toes

After the routine, Min was all smiles. However, even though Yura appeared to be calm, she revealed that on the inside, she was pretty much the opposite. While competing in the figure skating team event, she only paused once while performing synchronized side-by-side spins, or twizzles, when her top began slipping forward off her shoulders.


Canadian Olympic Figure Skating Duo Tone Down 'Risqué' Routine

Canadian Olympic Figure Skating Duo Tone Down 'Risqué' Routine

Similar to golf's Ryder Cup, the team event sees the world's top 10 countries compete in short and long programs in all four disciplines, but rather than tally up the judges' scores for each event, they're given points according to ranking - 10 points for a first-place performance, and so on, down to a point.


Zidane rules out summer sale of Isco

Zidane rules out summer sale of Isco

All three will be expected to feature from the outset again, with Isco likely to be on the bench once more . Zinedine Zidane has insisted that he wants to see Isco remain at Real Madrid for the remainder of his career, amid reports in the Spanish press that the midfielder has been made available to purchase.


Potter fights off stars to earn second PGA Tour win

Potter fights off stars to earn second PGA Tour win

Potter chipped in for birdie on No. 7 and didn't drop a shot the rest of the way. Phil Mickelson turned in the most impressive round of the day, a 6-birdie 67 in which he hit 11 of 14 fairways and finished tied for second. The victory was a remarkable comeback by Potter, who incurred a fractured right ankle in a "freak accident" in 2014 when he slipped on a path. The injury required surgery and he has battled back since, earning his PGA Tour card via the Web.com Tour last season.