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Hector Bellerin is the most creative defender in the Premier League

Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez played a pivotal role in his side's 4-1 win over Stoke City on Saturday, but his celebration has caused a stir. The fact Wenger would have seen a plane fly over the stadium early in the game, carrying a banner demanding his removal, would have made the latest three points all the more poignant. Read More »

Mazzarri demanding no let up from Watford players against champions Chelsea

Courtois told Chelsea TV: "After previous year, when we were so bad and it looked like nothing was going to work, to win the league again is fantastic". Early on in the season Chelsea were more or less ruled out of the title race as Pep Guardiola's Manchester City shot to the top of the league. And he felt The Hawthorns clash was similar. Read More »

Draymond Green: 'Kelly Oubre got suspended for Kelly Olynyk flopping'

He's blocking out all the name-calling as best he can, and said he won't change the way he plays. "He's dirty , a dirty player", Green said on Uninterrupted's "Dray Day" podcast . "I don't know how he can call anybody dirty ", Isaiah Thomas told reporters. Thursday's game featured eight technical fouls and three ejections. Read More »

'We will keep on trying' - Juan Mata reassures Manchester United fans


Sunday's defeat leaves United four points behind rivals Manchester City in fourth place, and five points from Liverpool in third, albeit with a game in hand over the Anfield club. Jose Morinho went "a step too far" by changing eight players to his Manchester United side ahead of Sunday's defeat to Arsenal, according to Gary Neville . Read More »

Wall surprised by fans' vulgar Oubre chant

The Celtics have a chance to end their Eastern Conference Semifinals against the Wizards on Friday night. Boston followed that defeat with a 121-102 loss as a five-point underdog in Game 4, extending the club's current run when pegged as a road underdog of five or more points during the postseason to a dismal 2-17 SU and 7-12 ATS, according to the OddsShark NBA Database . Read More »

BCCI Announces 15 Member Indian Squad For The ICC Champions Trophy 2017

India recalled fast bowler Mohamed Shami to the squad that will defend the Champions Trophy title after suspending a battle over sharing out world cricket's revenues. Mohammed Shami's ability to move the ball both ways has been rewarded. As of now, Rahane is ahead in the race with his experience in English conditions and possibly a tighter technique against top quality swing bowling that India will face in Muhammed Aamir and Wahab Riaz at Birmingham in the lung opener against Pakistan. Read More »

Record number of tourists heading to Florida


Scott is expected to be in south Florida Monday at Jungle Island to make an announcement on the record turnout. Scott, however, will warn that potential cuts to Florida's tourism marketing agency could doom continued growth. In business, you would never stop marketing when you start to see great results. Corcoran and other members of the Legislature from both parties have also pounced on questionable spending and management operations the past couple of years at Visit Florida. Read More »

Outfielder Ian Happ called up by Cubs, makes majors debut


On the offensive side of the ball Sunday, the Cubs were manhandled by veteran Adam Wainwright , who pitched seven innings of four-hit ball. Maddon thinks Major League Baseball has gone too far in the name of protecting players due to isolated incidents over the years. Read More »

Only winning saves a Madrid coach's job - Zidane

Sevilla look like Real's most hard opponents in their three remaining games, though Jorge Sampaoli's team are far from the swashbuckling side who ended Real's 40-game unbeaten run in January. "It's clear that the hearts of some of these players we have are so big that they transmit passion to their teammates and push them in the moments of difficulty and in the complex situations of a match". Read More »

Leonard's injury spotlights a debated and dangerous NBA play


The Warriors trailed by 25 before taking Game 1 of the Western Conference finals, a 113-111 decision over the visiting San Antonio Spurs. "I turned around and there was a call", Pachulia said. They need to get back to not fouling (Golden State shot almost seven more free throws than their regular season average), limiting fast break points, and rebounding the ball. Read More »

Here's where A-Rod was during Derek Jeter's No. 2 ceremony

On the infield grass, the team unveiled a plaque for Derek Sanderson Jeter, with broadcaster Michael Kay listing off his many accomplishments. "My dad wore number 13 when he was playing at Fisk University in Tennessee, so at any point throughout my sports career I always tried to get the number 13", Jeter said . Read More »

Chelsea's Antonio Conte hopeful David Luiz will be fit for Middlesbrough game


Equally impressively, he made big contributions on the ball too, creating one chance from centre-back and finishing the match with the most touches of any Chelsea player - a whopping 81. Romelu Lukaku is a "dangerous" opponent, says Cesar Azpilicueta. But you know that Diego, for me, is the best striker in the world. In the end, they crumbled under the pressure of Chelsea's relentless probing and Everton manager Ronald Koeman admitted the Blues have the look of champions. Read More »

Warriors comeback stuns Spurs in NBA Western Finals


Kerr hasn't coached the team since Game 2 of its first-round series against Portland. Accident or not, San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich is seething over Golden State Warriors forward Zaza Pachulia's close out on Spurs star Kawhi Leonard in the third quarter of Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals that caused Leonard to leave the game with an ankle injury. Read More »

Rising Pune Supergiant beat Kings XI Punjab to seal IPL playoff spot

The hosts were in no rush but still cruised to victory by nine wickets in 12 overs, a win that sees them finish second in the IPL standings. When they stormed into the first Qualifier by trampling Kings XI Punjab on Sunday , they did it without Tahir and without much contribution from Stokes. Read More »

Zabaleta set for fond send-off at City, Toure still in dark


Guardiola is in the process of shaping his squad for next season, and while Zabaleta's future has been decided, those of City's six other out-of-contract players remain in the balance. "It's important to have players like Pablo in the team", Guardiola said. "From next Sunday we will be focused [on transfers] and see what decisions we will take". Read More »

Raptors PG Lowry to opt out of contract

LeBron James is still pretty good at basketball. He said he wants to spend this summer improving his body, his leadership skills, explosiveness and efficiency. A sprained ankle saw him miss the last two games. I'm gonna say it one more time. Granted it's been eight games and tougher opponents await on the horizon, but time and time again LeBron has made it clear that there's nothing he can't do. Read More »

Sheriff: Chiefs top draft pick Mahomes unharmed in robbery


One of the suspects 'was seen gesturing as if he had a handgun in his waistband.' The suspects demanded property from the four victims before fleeing in a vehicle. According to Smith County judicial records Johnson was arrested for tampering and fabricating physical evidence with intent to impair and two counts of possession of a controlled substance and is being held on a $6,000 bond. Read More »

Comey willing to testify publicly before Senate Intelligence Committee

Adam Lee, special agent in charge of the FBI's Richmond, Virginia, office, was also interviewing Saturday afternoon. "Now he seems to be violating that recusal". Graham said Sunday on NBC's " Meet the Press ". "If you're President Trump, there's nothing scarier than such a person". Lawmakers from both parties reprimanded Trump's actions, which included shifting explanations from the White House for Comey's dismissal and an ominous tweet by Trump that warned Comey against leaks to the ... Read More »

Toyota Backs Flying Car Project Started by Its Employees


The Japanese company is financing the flying auto project Skydrive , led by a group called Cartivator , Nikkei reported. Toyota chipped in around 40 million yen ($353,000) and offered the expertise of its mechanical engineers. Toyota officials said the company chose to help finance the project to support young engineers. Other flying cars around the world include Retro Tech Flying cars, Jet propelled sky taxi from Germany and Uber's new initiative to test flying cars by the end ... Read More »