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While he has not won a title for a year, a strong run in Rome, followed by a quarter-final showing at the French Open and now an impressive transition to grass, augurs well for his chances at next month's Wimbledon . He has a 14-1 winning record over Cilic but might be second-favourite on Sunday with the Croatian in superb form. Murray had not played competitively since a Wimbledon quarter-final defeat against Sam Querrey previous year as he was beset by a hip problem which eventually ...
  • Blatter arrives in Russian Federation for World Cup despite Fifa ban

    Blatter arrives in Russian Federation for World Cup despite Fifa ban

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    Blatter is slated to watch Wednesday's game between Portugal and Morocco in the Russian capital and might also attend Brazil's match against Costa Rica in Putin's native Saint Petersburg. More than 3,500 of the more than 10,000 counterfeit 2018 World Cup tickets available globally have been sold to Chinese football fans, according to Chinese media.
  • Senegal stave off late Poland fight back

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    Expected Crowd Turnout: The Poland vs Senegal encounter is expected to be a house-full affair with a total crowd turnout of 43,700. Senegal took the lead when Mbaye Niang went around Lukasz Piszczek on the flank following a restart and centred to Sadio Mané.
  • Uruguay leave it late as Jose Gimenez downs Egypt

    Uruguay leave it late as Jose Gimenez downs Egypt

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    Salah will be on the spotlight when he takes to the field in Egypt's remaining Group A games. English expert of Sky Sports, Gary Lineker shamed Luis Suarez after the victory of Uruguay in the first round group stage of the world championship over the command of Egypt .
  • Germany's defence was poor in defeat to Mexico

    Germany's defence was poor in defeat to Mexico

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    There were more anxious moments in the second half as Mexico's goal came under repeated threats from Germany but the determined Mexican side continued to hold off the reigning champions, who hadn't lost an opening game in a world cup since then-West Germany was beaten by Algeria in 1982.
  • Los Cafeteros look to open World Cup play with a win

    Los Cafeteros look to open World Cup play with a win

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    But Japan were dominating possession and their pressure told when substitute Keisuke Honda's corner found Osako, who outjumped his marker and headed the ball into the far corner of the net, beyond Ospina's reach. You can see that game on Now TV's World Cup channels (618 and 619). "We can not fall in the trap of feeling overconfident in this match", Colombia midfielder Abel Aguilar said.
  • Croatia send Nikola Kalinic home from 2018 World Cup

    Croatia send Nikola Kalinic home from 2018 World Cup

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    Croatia and AC Milan striker Nikola Kalinic is thought to have been sent home from the World Cup after reportedly refusing to come on as a substitute during the country's opening game win against Nigeria on Saturday. Croatia will play the rest of the World Cup with just a 22-man squad after sending home AC Milan forward Nikola Kalinic . Kalinic can not be replaced on the squad, so Croatia will continue in the tournament with 22 players.
  • Arsenal Sign Bernd Leno From Bayer Leverkusen

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    Unai Emery wants Arsenal to sign experienced Valencia midfielder Ever Banega, according to a report. First-team coach Pablo Villanueva, strength and conditioning coach Julen Masach, goalkeeping coach Javi Garcia and data/video analyst Victor Manas complete Emery's staff.
  • Yuya Osako snatches shock victory for Japan against 10-man Colombia

    Yuya Osako snatches shock victory for Japan against 10-man Colombia

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    Sanchez will miss Colombia's second group game against Poland. His shot was saved by the out-rushing David Ospina with the rebound from Shinji Kagawa apparently blocked by the hand of Carlos Sanchez . Victory for the Samurai Blue is their first ever on European soil at the World Cup and their first against South American opposition in the competition.
  • Van Marwijk disappointed with VAR decision after defeat to France

    Van Marwijk disappointed with VAR decision after defeat to France

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    He was 10 months younger than Bruno Bellone, who played at the 1982 World Cup in Spain. "I didn't expect such a tough game and to play against a team so well organised", he added in the mixed zone. Australian goalkeeper Mat Ryan also felt his team was unlucky to claim a point from the game. Mbappe is set to play a starring role for France at the World Cup after an impressive debut season for PSG, in which he scored 21 goals in 44 appearances across all competitions for the Ligue 1 ...
  • Sri Lanka captain pleads not guilty to 'sweet in pocket' ball tampering

    Sri Lanka captain pleads not guilty to 'sweet in pocket' ball tampering

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    It's understood one of the main reasons Sri Lanka didn't take to the field was because the umpires only informed them of the ball charge 10 minutes before the start of play, without any footage as evidence. In March this year, Australia were caught tampering with the ball in the third Test against South Africa in Cape Town. Despite being at the centre of the storm, the Sri Lankan skipper put aside that enormous distraction in supporting the in-form Kusal Mendis in a fifth-wicket stand of ...
  • Michael Porter Jr. cancels workout, may still allow medical evaluations

    Michael Porter Jr. cancels workout, may still allow medical evaluations

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    He is "feeling much better", according to the document, which also said that invited teams may still be allowed to conduct their own medical evaluations on Friday. The prevailing thought is that unless National Basketball Association team doctors get access to Porter directly, he may see his draft stock plummet.
  • Iceland to give Argentina something to think about

    Iceland to give Argentina something to think about

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    His most recent World Cup goal was in the same game when he scored a minute into stoppage time to close the first half. Messi's Argentina were held to a surprise 1-1 draw against Iceland . Messi's miss Saturday was his fourth missed penalty in his last seven attempts for Argentina and Barcelona. Messi had two more chances as the match stretched into its final 10 minutes.
  • India wins toss, to bat vs Afghanistan in historic 1st test

    India wins toss, to bat vs Afghanistan in historic 1st test

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    Having played worldwide games in Noida and Dehradun, along with countless IPL matches, should make the conditions they will face in Bangalore familiar to the Afghanistan players. They gained one-day worldwide status in 2009 and have qualified for their second 50-over World Cup to be held in England and Wales next year. The Afghanistan team, who have been impressive in the shorter formats, will make their Test debut at the M Chinnaswamy stadium in Bengaluru tomorrow.
  • Celtics, Kawhi Leonard could have mutual interest

    Celtics, Kawhi Leonard could have mutual interest

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    After playing just nine games last season before sitting out with a mysterious injury, there's been multiple reports of tensions between Leonard, head coach Gregg Popovich, and his Spurs teammates. Kawhi Leonard #2 of the San Antonio Spurs stands during player introductions prior to Game One of the NBA Western Conference Finals against the Golden State Warriorsc at ORACLE Arena.
  • USGA apologizes for unfair course in 3rd round of U.S. Open

    USGA apologizes for unfair course in 3rd round of U.S. Open

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    Some more so than others. Piercy's day was not without regrets, especially when he three-putted from four feet for bogey on the par-5 16th. Dustin Johnson is down to a one-stroke lead at the U.S. "I feel like my game is built for championship golf just because I make a lot of birdies and I hit it with length and the putter can get hot", Finau said after his round.
  • Robbie Williams Flips Off Camera During 2018 World Cup Ceremony

    Robbie Williams Flips Off Camera During 2018 World Cup Ceremony

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    Instagram Thomas Mueller of Germany plays with the ball during the Germany training session ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup at CSKA Sports Base Vatatinki on June 14, 2018 in Moscow, Russia . The decision to book the former Take That member to sing at the opening ceremony met with surprise when Federation Internationale de Football Association announced it on Monday.
  • Egypt still hopeful about Mo

    Egypt still hopeful about Mo

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    However, his World Cup dreams were almost crushed after the Egyptian suffered a shoulder injury in that very final, following what many believe was dirty play by Real Madrid's defender Sergio Ramos . The doctors are giving him the options to play or not. "Moments later, I also thought about the possibility of not playing in the World Cup and that was a devastating thought".
  • Antoine Griezmann gets autographs from France 1998 World Cup heroes

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    According to Canal + France (via Sport ), Griezmann has called a press conference for Tuesday afternoon, and will announce that he is set to remain in the Spanish capital next season. I have made my choice. He was just your typical football mad seven-year old in awe of his idols in the flesh at the time, but Griezmann was already in his full kit, wearing the No.7 shirt - a number which he has worn with distinction ever since becoming France's main man.
  • Who, where and when do England play in Russian Federation?

    Who, where and when do England play in Russian Federation?

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    He added: "In an idealistic world people would say to walk off the pitch but that means we would be thrown out of the tournament, which. many people would agree with". 'Everybody is looking forward to getting to the first game'. Their plane took off from Birmingham Airport en route to St Petersburg as they look ahead to their opening Group G match against Tunisia on June 18 in Volgograd.
  • Arab teams' best showing at World Cup is marketing dream for brands

    Arab teams' best showing at World Cup is marketing dream for brands

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    The FIFA World Cup , which is set to get under way in Russian Federation on June 14, will add $2.4 billion to global advertising spend this year, according to research from advertising agency ZenithOptimedia. Sometimes it's Brazil and sometimes it's Argentina but I am biggest fan of India . England have a remarkable history of choking at major tournaments, but it should surely be them and Belgium who advance from Group G .