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Fernando Alonso departs Spain for Indy 500 practice

Alonso delighted his home crowd by claiming seventh on the Barcelona grid in a vehicle that had not previously reached Q3 this season. Just when McLaren had nowhere to go but up, it sunk to a new low Friday when Fernando Alonso's first lap of practice for the Spanish Grand Prix ended in a puff of smoke and a pool of engine fluid. Read More »

Aaron Hernandez was not gay or bisexual, his fiancee says


However, Jenkins-Hernandez told Dr. Phil in the first half of the interview that she read Hernandez's use of "rich" as a declaration of love, not a hint at a potential financial windfall. 'He was very much a man to me. "It's not something I believe and it's not him". However, they were mum about the contents of the third note. "I don't want to know anything that can haunt me, in a sense". Read More »

Laurent Koscielny hints Arsene Wenger decision on Arsenal future imminent


The switches will nearly certainly necessitate a change of formation, with Sunderland set to start in a 5-4-1 formation. Subs: Ospina (gk), Gabriel, Elneny, Coquelin, Iwobi, Walcott, Welbeck. Sunderland boss David Moyes: "Every game counts as far as I'm concerned and you're judged in every one, so we have to perform much better against Arsenal ". Read More »

Gabbiadini misses penalty as Southampton and Man United draw

Mourinho is also guaranteed to finish his first United season with fewer league victories than either of his two maligned predecessors, David Moyes and Louis van Gaal, mustered in the previous three seasons. "I don't think it's a case of taking it easy in the Premier League". "The team wasn't ideal, but individually, they gave me good things". 'They showed me they want to be an option for the final'. Read More »

Atletico Madrid 2-1 Real Madrid


They knew Atletico had tried everything possible, but the damage had been done eight days before at the Santiago Bernabeu. This was when Isco poked in a rebound after Toni Kroos' fierce shot, following a brilliant run by Karim Benzema , was saved. Read More »

Daria Gavrilova marches on at Italian Open

Joining Nadal in the next round was Swiss third seed Stan Wawrinka, who beat Benoit Paire 6-3, 1-6, 6-3 while Canadian fifth seed Milos Raonic ended the Rome run of 39-year-old Tommy Haas, 6-4, 6-3. "I'm really happy that I won it again", said Thiem . In women's play, 68th-ranked Estonian Anett Kontaveit stunned top seed and world No. 1 Angelique Kerber 6-4, 6-0. Read More »

Bale Making Positive Recovery, Says Zidane, Real Madrid Coach


Las Palmas got back into the game when a low cross from Kevin-Prince Boateng was swept in by Pedro Bigas. The game against Celta was originally scheduled to be played on February 5 but was postponed because heavy winds damaged the roof of the Balaidos Stadium, making it unsafe for players and spectators. Read More »

Almost arrested? Mike Brown was just trying to get to Game 2


Juan Vasquez and his company What's On Second, Inc., which own the northeast-side memorabilia store What's On Second Sports Cards, are suing the Golden State Warriors for $73,000. Leonard re-injured his left ankle in Sunday's 113-111 Game 1 loss after coming down on Zaza Pachulia's foot. "Tonight, it's not what I expected". Read More »

Gary Neville makes Tottenham transfer prediction about Harry Kane

The Lane has been graced by such Spurs greats as Jimmy Greaves, Steve Perryman and Glenn Hoddle and it was fitting that Kane, emblem of their exciting current side, should be their final goal-scorer there. The Portuguese said he had no regrets though about prioritising the Europa League final against Ajax when a Champions League spot will be up for grabs. Read More »

BT Sport Offering UEFA Finals in 4K, VR

BT Sport will remain the exclusive United Kingdom home of all live UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League football until at least 2020/21, and that will see exclusivity across all live games, including from 2018/19 for the first time highlights and in-match clips of both competitions. Read More »

Woakes hopes to carry IPL form into Champions Trophy bid


Australia's first tune-up for the Champions Trophy is on May 26 against Sri Lanka, with their tournament opener coming a week later against New Zealand. Had it been 15 years ago, I would have looked forward to an India-Pakistan contest. With reigning World T20 champions West Indies missing out on the competition due to the ICC ODI rankings parameter, the tournament has been dubbed as the "Battle of Champions" with the top-eight ranked teams competing against each other. Read More »

Kane's pride at scoring Tottenham's last goal at White Hart Lane

After a season at Wembley, the north London club is due back at White Hart Lane for the start of the 2018-19 season. "We've a very bright future, a great squad and a team that's hungry to win , to learn and to get better". "I am not upset because we had to make that decision", he said . If we can win a third title [of the season] it will be magnificent for us. "Of course there's going to be transfer rumours over the summer, but I think I'd be very surprised if most of us are not ... Read More »

Fresh teaser pictures arrive — Jaguar XF Sportbrake


Though of course it's not given the entire reveal ahead of its official launch next month - the estate auto has been specially camouflaged. Since Jaguar will be the vehicle supplier for Wimbledon, and Andy Murray will reveal the auto, Jaguar fitted a tennis-ball vinyl wrap. Read More »

Manny Machado: Machado homers for third time in four games


Potential free agent pitchers take note: the Boston Red Sox don't just allow you to play golf during the Major League Baseball season - they'll let you hit balls at the ballpark! After more on-field drama that featured the ejections of two of their players, the Orioles will attempt to earn a split when they wrap up their four-game series against the Red Sox on Thursday night. Read More »

Fifth Annual Ride of Silence scheduled for Wednesday


Bicycle Wagga Wagga has hosted the event for a number of year and will again take to the bitumen to raise awareness about road safety. The Ride and Walk of Silence begins at Colfax and Franklin at 6:30 p.m. It is being sponsored, supported, and marshaled by members of the ECVelo cycling club. Since then, rides have been held annually all over the world with events in all 50 states, as well as 48 different countries in all seven continents, according to the organization's website . Read More »

Sharapova's popularity doesn't earn a French Open wild card

Maria Sharapova , of Russian Federation, returns the ball to Mirjana Lucic-Baroni, of Croatia, during the Italian Open tennis tournament, in Rome, Tuesday, May 16, 2017. "There are no grounds for any member of the (tennis anti-doping program) to penalize any player beyond the sanctions set forth in the final decision resolving these matters". Read More »

Ducks vs. Predators live stream, Game 3


Josi's power-play goal Tuesday night was Nashville's first of the Western Conference Final. Especially not on home ice. The team owned a plus-1 shot differential during the regular season. We have to be better defensively. We're only two games into the series, and as Kesler showed in the second round when he was matched up against Connor McDavid , this is about setting the table for later. Read More »

Thibaut Courtois says Chelsea were driven on by last season's disappointments


This is a dream that has come true. We tried to win our games, but last year was just an off year, especially for a team like Chelsea and the players that were here. 5 — losses, the third-best record — behind Tottenham and Manchester United. "There's been no red cards, discipline has been very good, and the amount of consistency through not changing players so often has kept the players together". Read More »

Wayne Rooney on his Manchester United future


Optimistic Arsenal supporters will feel they can still finish in a top four place while winning the FA Cup final against Chelsea. Everton and the United States are other potential destinations, but Rooney is keen to stay at Old Trafford, even if he had to be pushed on a subject the forward seemed keen to skirt around. Read More »

LaVar Ball appears on talk show, threatens host


Leahy had been critical of the Big Baller Brand in the past. He responded: "Oh, I don't respect women, but I'm the one that's married? Ever", she continued, before slamming Ball for the $495 price tag. "What's this show about again?" It's the topic of the infamous 3B shoe line where things went south for Ball. "Well, good don't even talk to me". Read More »

Nadal for the fifth time won the masters in Madrid


Nadal withstood a tough challenge from the ninth-ranked Thiem, converting on his fourth match point to earn his 15th straight victory on clay and tie Novak Djokovic's record of 30 career titles in Masters 1000 events. Despite the loss, Cuevas can be pleased with reaching his first Masters 1000 semi-final. "It was a good fight out there". "I gave everything that I could", Thiem said. Read More »

Jose Mourinho: Manchester United "fight for titles",


Mourinho has made no secret of his desire to win the Europa League (and the Champions League qualification that comes with the title), and his Premier League selections might become increasingly unusual as he seeks to rest and protect the players he wants for the final against Ajax. Read More »

Vikings sign former Bears DT Will Sutton


Sutton has three years of experience in the league, all with the Chicago Bears. Adding another DT may speak to the health of Sharrif Floyd , who reportedly has nerve damage in his knee stemming from meniscus surgery last season. He was undrafted in 2015. Other defensive tackles on the team are Dylan Bradley, Floyd, rookie Jaleel Johnson , Tom Johnson , Linval Joseph and Shamar Stephen. Read More »

Guardiola: It will be hard to replace Zabaleta at Man City

Leicester claimed unsuccessfully that Raheem Sterling was offside as he tried and failed to help it over the line. It doesn't even matter if he goes for it, he's interfering because I can't see the ball. Manchester City enjoyed a huge let-off in its quest for a top-four finish in the Premier League and Swansea City edged to within sight of survival with a crucial victory on Saturday [Sunday NZ Time]. Read More »