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That did not materialise but by stretching his lead from 10-7 overnight to an even more commanding 15-10, the 43-year-old Welshman was just three frames away from the winning line. "I knew at the end if I didn't get enough in front he would clear up again but I'm over the moon". "It is one of the best breaks under pressure that I've ever seen".
  • Texas woman won $1.2 million on $18 Kentucky Derby Pick 5 bet

    Texas woman won $1.2 million on $18 Kentucky Derby Pick 5 bet

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    Smith kept the 5-2 favourite near the lead throughout the race, setting a blistering pace on the rain-soaked track, going a half-mile in 45.77 seconds. He has got the mind for it."Justify captured the opening leg of U.S. flat racing's Triple Crown, which continues in two weeks at the Preakness in Baltimore, Maryland, and concludes with next month's Belmont Stakes in NY".
  • Mookie Betts suffers shoulder injury after being hit with throw

    Mookie Betts suffers shoulder injury after being hit with throw

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    They had scored the go-ahead run in the top of the ninth, after Joe Kelly struck out the only two batters he faced when the Rangers had the bases loaded in the eighth. "A couple of mistakes that got us", manager Jeff Banister said. I thought his poise, under control, everything, went well. "His approach is the right one".
  • 'Boys' Witten to retire, take job in booth

    'Boys' Witten to retire, take job in booth

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    But Witten played in an era when the Cowboys had more playoff disappointments than successes. "I was certain when I went through it that I wanted the blessing of Jerry and his family, an opportunity I have to stay around the game". His 15 seasons are tied for the most in Dallas with defensive end Ed "Too Tall" Jones, safety Bill Bates and late offensive lineman Mark Tuinei. I get it, Witten was old and his better days were behind him, so why on earth did the Cowboys still need his ...
  • Aditi Ashok in shared lead at weather-hit LPGA event

    Aditi Ashok in shared lead at weather-hit LPGA event

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    The first round was postponed from Thursday after only 34 golfers completed one or two holes because of morning rain and afternoon wind. With rain giving her a chance to tee off earlier, she got to play her first round on Saturday and had to begin her second round, which has also become the tournament's final round, on the same day.
  • Draymond Green calls death threat tweet

    Draymond Green calls death threat tweet "sad"

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    Here's the tweet by Polk - a seeming attempt at a joke that went wrong - which has since been deleted. It's sad that someone would take this that serious... After it was, he issued an apology to Green. "I just pray that he gets the help that he needs". Golden State hopes to close it out at home. But, still, that grouping of Steph Curry, Klay Thompson , Andre Iguodala, Kevin Durant and Draymond Green - which started together for the first time ever in Game 4 on Sunday - didn't crush teams.
  • Guardiola, Klopp and Hughton up for Premier League Manager of the Year

    Guardiola, Klopp and Hughton up for Premier League Manager of the Year

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    And while a double from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and further goals from Alexandre Lacazette, Sead Kolasinac and Alex Iwobi made the Clarets no more than welcome guests, Burnley's work had already been done in capping a memorable season by sealing a place in Europe for the first time in 51 years.
  • Ramos accuses Messi of pressuring the referee

    Ramos accuses Messi of pressuring the referee

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    Barcelona survived the sending-off of Sergi Roberto to keep alive their quest to finish the LaLiga season unbeaten after a 2-2 draw with Real Madrid at the Nou Camp. Real should have had a late penalty when Alba cleared out Marcelo but referee Alejandro Jose Hernandez Hernandez somehow decided the challenge was clean.
  • Rosario, Twins Top White Sox

    Rosario, Twins Top White Sox

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    His goal is to help his team win, so anything short of that can't be considered a success. Heading into the seventh inning of Sunday's game against the Minnesota Twins , White Sox catcher Omar Narvaez had a feeling. Leury Garcia and Matt Davidson each had an RBI for the Sox, which have dropped seven of eight. In the bottom of the seventh, the Sox tied it up. Lance Lynn tossed six frames of two-run ball to earn the win.
  • West Ham boss Moyes delighted with victory at Leicester

    West Ham boss Moyes delighted with victory at Leicester

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    Leicester will also be without Wilfried Ndidi , after he suffered a season-ending injury last week. "We've just played Chelsea, Arsenal and Man City in a row which is never easy and we conceded some goals so to get a clean sheet and three points today is really good".
  • Game-changer Daniel Arzani called into Socceroos' preliminary World Cup squad

    Game-changer Daniel Arzani called into Socceroos' preliminary World Cup squad

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    Tim Cahill has been included in Australia's provisional squad for this year's World Cup in Russian Federation, boosting his prospects of being selected for a fourth World Cup. "He is not 19 like (Daniel) Arzani - he's twice as old - but is also a player who can make a difference". Arzani is one of five A-League based players to make the squad , along with Josh Risdon , Dimi Petratos , James Troisi and Josh Brillante .
  • Harvick takes AAA 400 Drive for Autism in Dover

    Harvick takes AAA 400 Drive for Autism in Dover

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    Bowyer came out first, Harvick second, Truex Jr. third and Suarez fourth. After the rain delay, Harvick took the lead from Bowyer with 62 laps to go and pulled away for an impressive 7.24-second victory. Kyle Busch, who had won three races in a row before running into trouble last weekend at Talladega, ran into more trouble at Dover. From start to finish, everyone looked at Harvick as the auto to beat.
  • National Hockey League playoffs: Vrana, Capitals push Penguins to brink of elimination

    National Hockey League playoffs: Vrana, Capitals push Penguins to brink of elimination

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    The Washington Capitals don't need a history lesson. But while Wilson seemed to make Ovechkin better - the Capitals took 52 percent of the five-on-five shot attempts during the regular season when those two were on the ice together rather than 49 percent when Ovechkin didn't have Wilson beside him - Washington was out-attempted in the 262-plus minutes that Ovechkin and Smith-Pelly played together, according to Natural Stat Trick.
  • Napoli Slip Up Again To Virtually Hand Serie A Title To Juventus

    Napoli Slip Up Again To Virtually Hand Serie A Title To Juventus

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    As a result, Napoli showed plenty attacking intent in the early stages of the half, with Lorenzo Insigne going close on a couple occasions in the opening 15 minutes. Andrea Ranocchia, Rafinha and Mauro Icardi put Inter 3-0 up at halftime and Borja Valero added a fourth after Udinese had Seko Fofana sent off for stamping on Ivan Perisic.
  • Melbourne Victory win record fourth A-League grand final

    Melbourne Victory win record fourth A-League grand final

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    Newcastle continued to have the better of the play with Roy O'Donovan firing over and Riley McGree seeing a shot blocked, before Victory goalkeeper Lawrence Thomas made an excellent stop to deny O'Donovan. "I am still a fan of the VAR but I'm not sure if he looked at that in the replay when the ball was kicked - it looked like there were three players offside".
  • Klopp Quiet on Fekir and Dembele talk

    Klopp Quiet on Fekir and Dembele talk

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    The Frenchman was a target for Liverpool last summer, according to reports, but Klopp failed in his efforts to lure him to Anfield. Fekir has had a tremendous season in France this year, scoring 17 goals in 27 league matches, becoming Lyon's top scorer, as the club seek to finish second and claim a Champions League place for next season.
  • Le Moyne lacrosse is No. 3 seed in NCAA Division II Tournament

    Le Moyne lacrosse is No. 3 seed in NCAA Division II Tournament

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    Maryland is the first program to earn the top overall seed three straight seasons since Johns Hopkins (2002-05). DU will not have history on their side as the Pioneers are 0-3 in first round NCAA tournament road games. And Richmond qualified as the Atlantic 10 Conference champions. Saturday's win came one week after Maryland earned an 8-7 win in three overtimes at Homewood Field, giving the Terps the top seed in the conference tournament.
  • El Clasico: Messi, Suarez Score; Ronaldo Injured As Barcelona Stay Unbeaten

    El Clasico: Messi, Suarez Score; Ronaldo Injured As Barcelona Stay Unbeaten

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    Barcelona's improvisation skills cannot be questioned as Gerard Pique grabbed the microphone and told the crowd that they would do their own. The incident Zidane was referring to happened before the Clasico on December 23 when, having returned from the United Arab Emirates as Club World Cup winners, Barcelona elected not to give Real a guard of honour as is traditional in Spain.
  • Kevin Harvick: Wins AAA 400 Drive for Autism

    Kevin Harvick: Wins AAA 400 Drive for Autism

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    Kyle Busch and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. round out the top-5 starters. "I don't know, I hope so, but I think it's more present timing as to how your performance is more so than past history at a race track ". He was fifth in the fall race a year ago. He won past year at Dover and hasn't won since. That time came with 63 laps to go when Harvick passed Bowyer for the lead.
  • Liverpool's Jürgen Klopp criticises Mohamed Salah dive against Chelsea

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    After going ahead Chelsea produced a defensive masterclass to blunt Liverpool's attacking threat and see out the game to move to within three points of the Reds with a game in hand. "Before the game they are very friendly, all 'Hello Mo, how are you?', and hugs here and there". "When I woke up this morning I was hoping for a 3-0 win, so we didn't have to care about the Brighton game and could start to prepare the final".
  • NHL NHL warns Bruins' Brad Marchand to stop licking opponents

    NHL NHL warns Bruins' Brad Marchand to stop licking opponents

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    The game moves at an incredible pace and it can be as risky for them as it is for the players. - David Backes left Game 5 in the second period after his head was hit in a heavy collision with Lightning winger J.T. But they have to do a better job than they have done in this series. Callahan said he sees no difference between licking and spitting in someone's face.
  • Jason Day: Grinds out victory at Wells Fargo Championship

    Jason Day: Grinds out victory at Wells Fargo Championship

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    With the driver in his hands, Day said he feels more comfortable and is hitting it better than he was two years ago when he won the PGA Championship and reached No. He got up-and-down from the rough right of the green to finish with a par . It was the Day's 12th career win on the PGA Tour . He was alone in second before Watney drained a 59-foot putt on the 18th.