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Salah scored twice as Liverpool came from behind to beat Leicester City 2-1 on Saturday, but the win was dampened as the Egyptian limped off in the 83rd minute. Playing on the wing, Salah uses his pace well to get passed his defenders, switching between cutting inside and going down the line. Burnley are looking for their first league win in five attempts when they welcome Jürgen Klopp's side to Lancashire on their first fixture of the new year.
  • Jesus relieved to avoid surgery on ´not very bad´ MCL injury

    Jesus relieved to avoid surgery on ´not very bad´ MCL injury

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    Gabriel Jesus has suffered a medial collateral ligament damage and is set for further tests to establish the extent of the injury, Manchester City confirmed on Monday night. City are 12 points clear at the top of the table before facing mid-table Watford at home on Tuesday. It is what it is. "But they [the players] have to adapt".
  • Mourinho salutes 'top class' Man United

    Mourinho salutes 'top class' Man United

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    But they had to do it without Romelu Lukaku , Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Marouane Fellaini , Eric Bailly and Michael Carrick while Ashley Young served the first game of his three-match ban. "We've got another few busy games coming up so we need to make sure we're prepared and ready for them". "I think the only thing Paul Scholes does is to criticise".
  • Everton make final offer for Besiktas striker Cenk Tosun

    Everton make final offer for Besiktas striker Cenk Tosun

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    Everton 's pursuit of Cenk Tosun is in the balance after his club Besiktas raised their asking price for the striker. 'We've done all we can, so I would presume we'll know in the next 24 hours if it's been successful or not, ' manager Sam Allardyce said.
  • Muguruza injury jinx continues with Brisbane retirement

    Muguruza injury jinx continues with Brisbane retirement

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    The Spanish top seed was unable to continue and handed the match to Krunic 5-7, 7-6 (7/3), 2-1. Mugurza regrouped to break the Serb in the first game of the third and was serving at 2-1 up before she collapsed on the baseline and retired immediately when she was helped off the court to receive treatment for cramping in both legs.
  • Arsene Wenger Has Absolutely No Time For Thierry Henry's Analysis

    Arsene Wenger Has Absolutely No Time For Thierry Henry's Analysis

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    Less than 24 hours earlier, Manchester United were as annoyed not to get a spot kick in similar circumstances when the ball struck the hand of Maya Yoshida, the Southampton defender. "I have spoken many times about that and I am not ready to talk about it any more". With Aaron Ramsey, Olivier Giroud, Santi Cazorla and Nacho Monreal already missing, it means Arsenal would be without seven important players if Ozil, Koscielny and Kolasinac are all ruled out of the game on Wednesday night.
  • Returning Andy Murray looking at the bigger picture

    Returning Andy Murray looking at the bigger picture

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    If Murray is pain free then playing Australia is sensible, even if he does have an early exit, in getting more time on court under his belt, as long as there is a sense of realism on how far in the tournament he can go. "I'm pleased because we were playing very good points and, you know, good rallies", she said. "I would love to be number one in the world, but I just want to play".
  • Rob Cross beats Phil Taylor 7-2 to win title

    Rob Cross beats Phil Taylor 7-2 to win title

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    Twenty-seven-year-old Cross won the final against Taylor 7-2 to claim the world darts championship on Monday (Tuesday NZ time). Taylor, darts' most successful player by a distance, lined up in his 21st final on Sunday against a man who only turned professional in early 2017 and was playing in his first World Championship.
  • Manchester United fans hail Paul Pogba's performance vs Everton

    Manchester United fans hail Paul Pogba's performance vs Everton

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    Struggling Saints held Mourinho's men to a third straight league draw and have dropped to third behind Chelsea who thumped Stoke at Stamford Bridge. "I could be here now with a "bias" theory but I'm not at all because honestly I'm happy with the referees' performances in these matches", the United manager insisted.
  • Lukaku out for United's next two games

    Lukaku out for United's next two games

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    Lukaku subsequently missed United's 2-0 win over Everton on New Year's Day as a precaution but Mourinho hinted the striker could return to the first team for the upcoming FA Cup third-round tie against Derby County. "He does not look like a player who will win you games and that is what you pay £90m for". Zlatan Ibrahimovic has also been ruled out for around a month with a knee injury so Mourinho may be forced to deploy Marcus Rashford through the middle tomorrow.
  • All jokes aside, Clemson's taking Alabama down again

    All jokes aside, Clemson's taking Alabama down again

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    The Tigers are the playoff's top seed, but when you combine all those elements listed above, they're also the most risky one in the playoff. They are close to establishing what Swinney feels is necessary to get the tag of "greatness" attached to their program.
  • Raptors notebook: DeRozan's career night leads Toronto to win over Bucks

    Raptors notebook: DeRozan's career night leads Toronto to win over Bucks

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    DeRozan is the third player in Raptors history to score 50 or more in a single game. DeRozan shot 17-of-29 (58.6 percent) from the field and five-of-nine from three (55.6 percent) and made all 13 of his free throw attempts. DeRozan made a pair of free throws to tie it at 114 with 37 seconds left in regulation, and Toronto got the ball back when Lowry stripped Matthew Dellavedova.
  • AFC Playoff Seeds Now Set

    AFC Playoff Seeds Now Set

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    That was just one part of a insane final four hours in the hunt for the final three playoff spots. The league's top four teams have a bye on Wild-Card Weekend, during which four teams will survive and advance to the divisional round of the postseason.
  • Rockets' Harden out at least two weeks with hamstring injury

    Rockets' Harden out at least two weeks with hamstring injury

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    They dropped their fifth game in a row and their eighth in the last nine games with a 121-106 hammering at the hands of their city rival Clippers. Who We Like: The Lakers stunned the Rockets by a count of 122-116 in Houston on December 20, ending a 14-game winning streak in the process.
  • Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus off in tears with knee injury

    Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus off in tears with knee injury

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    Both players were injured in the draw with Crystal Palace on Sunday, much to Pep Guardiola's frustration. The loss of Jesus could strengthen City's resolve to sign Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez during this month's transfer window, although Guardiola played down the possibility of a move for the Chile worldwide.
  • Brian Gionta named Olympic team captain

    Brian Gionta named Olympic team captain

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    Photo Troy Terry, a forward for the University of Denver, is among four college players to be named to the U.S. Olympic men's hockey team. "It's one of the biggest moments in not only my hockey career, but in my life. Gionta, who turns 39 on January 18, has 588 points (289 goals, 299 assists) in 1,006 National Hockey League games. Without the ability to name NHL stars like Patrick Kane, Johnny Gaudreau, Auston Matthews and Jonathan Quick, the US roster is a mix of players from the NCAA ...
  • Virgil Van Dijk's first interview after the £75M move to Liverpool

    Virgil Van Dijk's first interview after the £75M move to Liverpool

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    The current Liverpool academy coach has featured several times on BT Sport this season, and here's what he had to say about Van Dijk at the start of the 2017-18 campaign. Van Dijk snubbed advances from the Premier League and the La Liga leaders and opted to join Jurgen Klopp's side. "Right now we have to be positive and use this performance for the future, because we have another big game coming up on Tuesday [against Crystal Palace]".
  • David Wagner

    David Wagner "gutted" after defeat to Leicester City

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    Adrien Silva's move from Sporting will finally go through as the January transfer window opens but he won't feature against Huddersfield. But also to play good football. Huddersfield have now won just twice in their last 11 outings but still have a six-point cushion above the bottom three. He said: "Absolutely, this was the case, and unfortunately we didn't score the first one".
  • Dom Capers Reportedly Fired as Packers DC After 9 Seasons with Team

    Dom Capers Reportedly Fired as Packers DC After 9 Seasons with Team

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    Capers is in his ninth season with the Packers, and his defense played a big part in helping bring a Lombardi Trophy back to Green Bay at the end of the 2010 campaign. The Packers have several in-house candidates to replace Capers, including associate head coach for the defense Winston Moss, cornerbacks coach Joe Whitt Jr., safeties coach Darren Perry and defensive line coach Mike Trgovac.
  • Cavs: Isaiah Thomas to play against Portland Tuesday

    Cavs: Isaiah Thomas to play against Portland Tuesday

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    After a 24-12 start to the 2017-18 National Basketball Association season, the Cleveland Cavaliers received great news to begin the new year. The Cavs return to Boston on February 11, giving Thomas plenty of time to find his rhythm and work his way back into basketball shape before taking on the Celtics, who traded him for Kyrie Irving in a shocking offseason deal.