• Salah scores but Egypt suffer Russian Federation defeat
Salah scores but Egypt suffer Russian Federation defeat

Denis Cheryshev, with his third goal of the World Cup, and striker Artyom Dzyuba then scored in quick succession before Salah won and converted a consolation penalty in his first game back after 3 1/2 weeks out with a shoulder injury. Realistically, Egypt had to win here and in playing Salah, Cuper played his trump card. "We held back Salah and d...

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  • Roma president James Pallotta: I was joking about Alisson's Real Madrid move
Roma president James Pallotta: I was joking about Alisson's Real Madrid move

Roma have reportedly slapped a price tag of £75m on goalkeeper Alisson Becker amid increasing interest from Europe's top clubs. Jurgen Klopp is on the lookout for a replacement for Loris Karius. We need to see how Man City and United are spending. "There were many good ones before too but now it's the flawless squad". The La Liga giant is ...

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  • Russia Sour Mohamed Salah's Return To Close In On Last 16
Russia Sour Mohamed Salah's Return To Close In On Last 16

The Villarreal midfielder is likely to start against the Egyptian's and will be charged with scoring more goals on the break to ensure that Russian Federation books their place in the knockout stages for the first time since 1986. The African side will be hoping Salah gives them more of an attacking threat following their first group match, in wh...

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  • Mohamed Salah scores but Egypt face World Cup heartbreak
Mohamed Salah scores but Egypt face World Cup heartbreak

Uruguayan striker, Edinson Cavani has revealed why he asked Liverpool ace, Mohamed Salah to swap shirts with him after Uruguay's 2018 World Cup 1-0 win over Egypt last weekend. "First of all, whether or should I say in my post or not is something that does not only depend on me", the Argentinian said after Ahmed Fathi's own goal was compo...

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"So proud"- Sheffield United fans react to Harry Maguire’s heroic England performance

Players still had to cover themselves with bug spray before the game and at halftime, but that seemed to have little effect. James Corfield, 27, from Stourbridge, and his dad Tim, 63, had taken their "Corfs on tour" flag, a St George's Cross with a Wolverhampton logo on, to every away World Cup qualifier and friendly before the tournament.

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  • Johanna Konta reaches final of Nottingham Open
Johanna Konta reaches final of Nottingham Open

Barty, who lost to Konta in this event a year ago, took just over an hour to complete her routine win on Saturday, breaking Osaka's serve three times and winning 80 percent of points on her own service. She showed impressive resilience here, though, withstanding strong pressure to take the second set and then fighting back in the decider against th...

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  • England v Australia: Hosts make record 481-6 in third ODI
England v Australia: Hosts make record 481-6 in third ODI

Hundreds from Alex Hales , who made 147 on his Nottinghamshire home ground, and Jonny Bairstow , whose 139 was his fourth century in six matches at this level, helped England surpass their own previous all-time ODI record of 444 for three against Pakistan set at Trent Bridge in 2016.

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  • LeBron James' Camp Has Remained In Touch With Cavaliers
LeBron James' Camp Has Remained In Touch With Cavaliers

The Lakers have been reported to be after the likes of Paul George , LeBron James , and Kawhi Leonard this offseason, wanting to form a formidable big three in LA, alongside their promising young core that has the potential to compete with the Golden State Warriors as early as next season.

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  • England Beat Australia by 38 Runs in 2nd ODI
England Beat Australia by 38 Runs in 2nd ODI

Roy and Jonny Bairstow (42) got England off to a brisk start as, Australia , also without their injured Ashes-wining pace attack of Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood , failed to gain the swing captain Tim Paine had hoped for when he won the toss in overcast conditions.

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  • Russia sour Salah's return as hosts run riot
Russia sour Salah's return as hosts run riot

Egypt , on the other hand, suffered a cruel 0-1 defeat to Uruguay after being on level terms for much of the duration of the game. Russian Federation will be without attacking midfielder Alan Dzagoev after he pulled his hamstring in the opening game.

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  • Poland's mishaps help Senegal claim first African win
Poland's mishaps help Senegal claim first African win

Senegal will play Japan on Sunday, when Poland meets Colombia . Senegal then extended its lead to 2-0 on a freakish goal from M'Baye Niang (60') in which he came onto the field and got behind the defense after he was waved back on by the official.

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  • Harry Kane Saves the Day but England Look Static and Sloppy
Harry Kane Saves the Day but England Look Static and Sloppy

We just have to hope the officials get it right more often than not". 'Of course there would be a different feel externally, so the next four, five days would be a little less comfortable for people. Building up to the World Cup , the Three Lions played two warm-up games, beating Nigeria 2-1 at Wembley and then Costa Rica 2-0 at Elland Road. '...

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  • Mohamed Salah Key As Egypt Take On Russia
Mohamed Salah Key As Egypt Take On Russia

Egypt's Mohamed Salah waves for fans during a World Cup training session at Cairo worldwide stadium on 9 June 2018. With a goal and two assists, Golovin was on top of his game, intercepting opposition passes and spreading the ball out to the strikers and created several chances for his team , making him an exciting player to watch in the game...

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  • FPJ's dream XI predictions for Belgium and Panama
FPJ's dream XI predictions for Belgium and Panama

The locals at the Fisht Stadium got behind the outsiders too, and they were given encouragement as Hernan Dario Gomez's side competed well in the first period. The power and movement of Lukaku will cause problems, and the two centre halves must hold firm against the Manchester United number nine. Eden Hazard was continually chopped at by P...

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  • The 55/1 treble to follow for Monday's World Cup games
The 55/1 treble to follow for Monday's World Cup games

South Korea's coach has come up with a creative way to confuse a spy from Sweden ahead of the two nations' Group F World Cup encounter. "All coaches probably feel their opponents are always spying on them", he said. Andersson explained that the scout in question, Lars Jacobsson , had believed the practice was public and left once asked to. ...

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  • Senegal punish Polish errors to win 2-1 in Group H
Senegal punish Polish errors to win 2-1 in Group H

Poland improved after the restart with Robert Lewandowski seeing a 25-yard free kick punched clear by Khadim N'Diaye, but Senegal were not prepared to sit back with Mane becoming increasing involved in the final third. Those clean sheets came against Romania and Kazakhstan - both of which are weaker opposition than what Poland will face here...

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  • First red card of World Cup highlights Colombia's disastrous start against Japan
First red card of World Cup highlights Colombia's disastrous start against Japan

Colombia came out on top 4-1 when these sides last met in a World Cup group match four years ago, but there only looked like being one victor on the basis of the second half. If you have cable or satellite then use the Fox Sports Go website or mobile app to login with your provider's credentials and access the Fox Sports 1 live stream for C...

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  • Transfer Rater: Aleksandr Golovin to Chelsea, Eden Hazard to Real Madrid
Transfer Rater: Aleksandr Golovin to Chelsea, Eden Hazard to Real Madrid

The Belgian has reiterated his desire to stay at the club, but only if the club matches his ambitions to win the Champions League, the only trophy he is yet to win during his time in England. Teams don't reach the World Cup finals easily. If they want to buy me they know what they have to do. Belgium eased to an opening fixture win over Panama to...

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  • Colombia fret over star as embattled Japan loom
Colombia fret over star as embattled Japan loom

Colombia played some thrilling football in the 2014 World Cup, and they will hope they can do the same this time around. Troussier's bleak prediction follows unsettling events in the national team. Colombia marched into the last 16 and the result sent the winless Japan home after finishing bottom of their group, a record they are desperate ...

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  • Koepka fends off Fleetwood charge to win US Open
Koepka fends off Fleetwood charge to win US Open

Koepka became the first man to turn that impressive trick in almost three decades by handling a Shinnecock Hills course that varied from beastly to benign. The final major of the year is the PGA Championship at Bellerive in St. Louis. Brooks Koepka approached the 18th hole of Sunday's U.S. Open with a two-stroke lead, needing to simply avoi...

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  • Arsenal close in on German goalkeeper
Arsenal close in on German goalkeeper

And according to German newspaper Bild , Leno will be unveiled as an Arsenal player tomorrow. Furthermore, Arsenal are also interested in signing 17-year-old Paris St Germain midfielder Yacine Adli, who was given his senior debut by Unai Emery at Paris Saint-Germain.

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  • Clippers Willing to Offer Tobias Harris, Pick for Kawhi Leonard
Clippers Willing to Offer Tobias Harris, Pick for Kawhi Leonard

But it is thought that the two-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year is keen to leave Texas over reported concerns that he feels betrayed by the team's treatment of his quad injury problems throughout the season just gone. As you might expect, the Philadelphia 76ers (+300) are just behind the C's, followed by Leonard staying put with the Spur...

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  • Brazil v Switzerland, 17 June 2018
Brazil v Switzerland, 17 June 2018

As if to prove that point, Philippe Coutinho gave Brazil the lead with an absolutely exquisite goal in the 20th minute, collecting the ball on the left corner of the penalty area and whipping a ideal shot off the far post and into the net. Meanwhile, Tite's opposite number Vladimir Petkovic said he hoped his team would get some deserved recognition...

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  • Andy Murray to make long-awaited return at Queen's | AP sports
Andy Murray to make long-awaited return at Queen's | AP sports

He was forced to pull out of this week's Libema Open in the Netherlands. Murray , however, has a good record against him, winning all five of their meetings. "Coming back from injury you're always kind of second guessing yourself". Nick is playing some great tennis, I don't know if Andy is 100 percent back.

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  • Vunipola brothers and Ellis Genge leave England's tour of South Africa
Vunipola brothers and Ellis Genge leave England's tour of South Africa

His latest injury comes six months after first breaking his arm in Saracens' European Champions Cup tie with Ospreys, which resulted in him missing England's Six Nations campaign. "I've coached and played here, Newlands is a wonderful stadium, and everybody knows how we feel about tradition in South Africa ", he said. "We don't want to come aw...

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