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Ander Herrera backs Zlatan Ibrahimovic to recover from injury

Ander Herrera backs Zlatan Ibrahimovic to recover from injury

Veteran Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic said talk of his career being over was far from the truth, declaring on his Instagram account on Sunday he had already played on one leg before. The duo's absence will be keenly felt as United continue to push for Europa League glory and a top-four finish, but did not impact Jose Mourinho's men at Burnley.



Donald turns back clock, two shots behind at Harbour Town

While DeLaet and Donald are two strokes clear of their closest competitors, plenty of notable names are on the list of contenders. The 27-year-old picked up another shot at the 14th before closing his round with three straight gains to finish the day on eight-under.


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Arsene Wenger: "Even At My Age You Can Change"

The win - only Arsenal's third in their past nine league games - moves the Gunners up to sixth, seven points behind fourth-place Manchester City and with a game in hand. "The fans want to be behind the team and the way we respond on the football pitch will decide the attitude of the fans", Wenger said. "But hopefully that win will give us more confidence".



Ramsey: Arsenal Must Win FA Cup For Wenger

City spent £172.8 million last summer on nine new players, only one of whom was a defender - John Stones - despite that being the area of the team requiring the most urgent surgery. "I had it in mind". "We had 30 minutes and although in a game like Crystal Palace when we fell behind and it suddenly looks like the team isn't finding the answers to overcome the deficit, you felt today we had the belief".


McDavid hits 100 points, Eberle has hat trick and Oilers win

McDavid hits 100 points, Eberle has hat trick and Oilers win

EDMONTON, Alberta | Jordan Eberle shrugs off the notion that he and the rest of the Edmonton Oilers might be a little wide-eyed when the puck drops in their playoff series against the San Jose Sharks . Donskoi then carried the puck in front and, with a backhand pass, found Ward for a tap-in goal at the 1:43 mark to cut Edmonton's lead to one. San Jose Sharks' Martin Jones (31) and Brent Burns (88) react as Edmonton Oilers' Zack Kassian (44) celebrates his goal during second ...



Copeland, Sierra fuel 4-1 New Orleans win over Omaha

New Orleans opened the scoring in the first inning against starter Jake Junis when Tomas Telis' double brought home Brandon Barnes. The Baby Cakes then added two runs in the sixth and three in the seventh. But that was all the offense Omaha could muster against Copeland, who rebounded from allowing eight runs to Iowa in 1 1/3 innings last Wednesday to turn in a quality start.