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Tottenham Beat Manchester United To Bid Farewell To White Hart Lane

Kane's goal doubled Tottenham's lead after Victor Wanyama's early header and although Wayne Rooney struck late on for United, not even a side managed by occasional pantomime villain Jose Mourinho could hijack the day. Rooney lost Wanyama as Ben Davies crossed into the box following a short corner, with the Kenyan midfielder sending the home fans wild with thumping header that De Gea was helpless to stop.


Arsene Wenger warns Chelsea title defence will be affected by Champions League

Arsene Wenger warns Chelsea title defence will be affected by Champions League

Arsene Wenger's man welcome relegated Sunderland to the Emirates this week but may have to do without Sanchez with the manager confirming an initial assessment of his thigh injury didn't look good. "I would say the players have responded after a hard period". A win would see Arsenal move one point behind Liverpool, with Liverpool playing West Ham the next day.


Kawhi Leonard Likely Out for Game 2 vs. Warriors with Ankle Injury

Kawhi Leonard Likely Out for Game 2 vs. Warriors with Ankle Injury

The team quickly ruled him out for the remainder of the game at Oracle Arena in Oakland . They lost veteran point guard Tony Parker to torn a quadriceps tendon in Game 2 of the previous series against the Rockets. That's especially true after the Spurs routed Houston last Thursday to clinch their Western Conference semifinal series. The 25-point lead seemed strong at that point, but nothing is ever safe against these Warriors.



Australia and New Zealand largely escape global cyber attack

Microsoft even had to create a new patch for Windows XP, an operating system it hasn't supported since 2014. The initial ransomware attack, known as " WannaCry ", paralyzed computers that run Britain's hospital network, Germany's national railway and scores of other companies and government agencies worldwide in what was believed to be the biggest online extortion scheme ever recorded.



Nadal wins his 5th Madrid Open title

Eighth seed Thiem can take great heart from his performance, which was a vast improvement from his Barcelona Open defeat to Nadal , with the Austrian keeping the 14-times Grand Slam victor concerned throughout with some brutal baseline hitting.