• Pedrosa surges through the field to win San Marino GP
Pedrosa surges through the field to win San Marino GP

By finishing second - Rossi cut into Marc Marquez's World Championship lead, reducing the margin to 43 points, keeping the Italian rider within touching distance with five races remaining. Lorenzo is 61 points back in third and Pedrosa is fourth, 78 points behind. "Today I focused on the rhythm, I knew this was the key". When I saw that my rhyt...

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  • City edge United in derby clash, Arsenal leave it late
City edge United in derby clash, Arsenal leave it late

The hosts paid dearly for allowing City to control the game as Mourinho's men did not engage their opponents until they crossed the halfway line. Asked if he was disappointed by the first half or encouraged by the second, Mourinho said: "Both".

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  • Carson Wentz leads Eagles past Browns 29-10
Carson Wentz leads Eagles past Browns 29-10

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Carson Wentz had 278 yards passing and two touchdowns in a stellar National Football League debut and the Philadelphia Eagles beat Robert Griffin III and the Cleveland Browns 29-10 on Sunday. The second overall pick in this year's draft went 4-for-5 for 57 yards on his first drive, including a flawless pass to Jordan Matth...

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  • Santi Cazorla's late penalty seals victory for Arsenal over Southampton
Santi Cazorla's late penalty seals victory for Arsenal over Southampton

Arsene Wenger believes his Arsenal side can go into their Champions League tie against Paris Saint-Germain tomorrow with renewed confidence despite their narrow Premier League win on Saturday. It was Giroud's most significant contribution in the half hour after replacing Lucas Perez, who was similarly ineffective up front on his debut. South...

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  • Brees, Saints brace for rising Raiders in season opener
Brees, Saints brace for rising Raiders in season opener

Oakland had to overcome a 14-point, second-half deficit and a 424-yard, four-touchdown performance by Drew Brees. Latavius Murray will pound out some yardage but it will be up to Derek Carr to fling the football all day to keep up with Drew Brees.

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  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic says Marcus Rashford
Zlatan Ibrahimovic says Marcus Rashford "will take over EVERYTHING"

Cape Town - Nigeria worldwide Kelechi Iheanacho hailed Manchester City's 2-1 victory over local rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday as a dream come true after he scored the winning goal. Although Zlatan Ibrahimovic took advantage of a Claudio Bravo error to get United back into the game, in truth his finish only served to paper o...

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  • Klopp wants Liverpool fans to stop singing his name
Klopp wants Liverpool fans to stop singing his name

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has asked supporters to "not sing my name before the game is decided" and instead praise the players on the pitch. Vardy continued to threaten for Leicester, but a late Liverpool break resulted in Mane beating the onrushing Schmeichel to the ball 40 yards from his goal before squaring for Firmino to side-foot int...

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  • Patriots say Rob Gronkowski, 2 others will miss opener
Patriots say Rob Gronkowski, 2 others will miss opener

This Sunday Night Football match-up can be watched live on NBC. Baltimore, New England, Cleveland and Green Bay each have two players suspended. His suspension began September 3, with no team-related contact with coaches or players, and he can not attend the Patriots' practices or facility, so he was glad to get snaps in the September 1 game, t...

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  • Tim Tebow agrees to $100000 bonus to sign with Mets
Tim Tebow agrees to $100000 bonus to sign with Mets

Tebow captured the 2007 Heisman Trophy as part of a stellar college football career at the University of Florida. He also tried out for both New England the Philadelphia but never played during the regular season for either team. "But I'm looking forward to putting in the work and I felt like this was the best fit". However, as someone who seems ...

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  • '12 champ Murray overwhelms Dimitrov, reaches US Open QFs
'12 champ Murray overwhelms Dimitrov, reaches US Open QFs

The U.S. Open's serve-speed readout board told the world that Andy Murray smacked a serve at 141 miles per hour. "Before the rain delay I think I was a little bit out of my concentration". Murray has dropped only one set in the tournament, and del Potro has lost none. It was a very nice day for Monfils, who was probably (hopefully) in bed watch...

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  • Keenan Allen Carted Off With Right Knee Injury
Keenan Allen Carted Off With Right Knee Injury

Replays were shown of Allen being carted off the field and he was in obvious agony. Allen, a fourth-year pro, is the Chargers' top pass catcher. Thanks to two rushing touchdowns by Melvin Gordon and a receiving touchdown by Danny Woodhead, the Chargers held a 21-3 halftime lead in Kansas City.

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  • QB Luck will play vs Lions despite bum shoulder
QB Luck will play vs Lions despite bum shoulder

The Detroit Lions head to the Circle City to face the Indianapolis Colts for both team's season opener on Sunday afternoon. Watch Week 1 Indianapolis Colts vs Detroit Lions Live Streaming NFL game free online 2016 season here. But defensive coordinator Ted Monachino was unequivocal Thursday in his belief the four-time Pro Bowler is ready to...

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  • Cazorla comes to Arsenal's rescue with stoppage-time penalty
Cazorla comes to Arsenal's rescue with stoppage-time penalty

Arsenal endured a frustrating match as they drew level after Laurent Koscielny's overhead kick cancelled out Petr Cech's early own goal. Referee Bobby Madley pointed to the spot amid Southampton protestations, and Cazorla, after a lengthy wait for Koscielny to receive treatment, stepped up to drill the penalty into the net and clinch the poi...

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  • A's release 1B/DH Billy Butler after August fight with teammate
A's release 1B/DH Billy Butler after August fight with teammate

The contract was considered a huge risk from the beginning for many notable reasons. Even more unorthodox was the team he was getting the money from. First and foremost, Butler's career was already seemingly in decline at age 28. While Butler's fate was probably sealed long ago, one can't help but wonder if the decision to drop him in September was...

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  • Watch Joe Hart make blunder on Torino debut
Watch Joe Hart make blunder on Torino debut

Atalanta went on to win 2-1. The City boss subsequently moved to sign £17m Claudio Bravo from Barcelona and made him his new No.1. Not putting the team serious problems, football club Atalanta last season, in a manner characteristic for the middle peasants ended their championship.

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  • Villar homers twice as Brewers get past Cubs 2-1
Villar homers twice as Brewers get past Cubs 2-1

Kang had two homers for Pittsburgh, and Jordy Mercer hit a two-run double in the fifth as the Pirates took advantage of some sloppy defense by the Cardinals to overcome an early five-run deficit. "Not at all", Maddon said. "We had chances, lot of chances, but we didn't execute in certain situations and it cost us", Cardinals manager Mike Mathen...

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  • Obama Chides That Donald Trump Shouldn't Be Graded 'On A Curve'
Obama Chides That Donald Trump Shouldn't Be Graded 'On A Curve'

Throughout the campaign season, Obama has repeatedly denounced Trump and deemed him "unfit" to be president. The president's weeklong tour yielded some accomplishments, from further progress on climate change with China to the president's candid recognition of the lingering cost of America's secret bombing campaign in Laos during the Vietnam W...

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  • Nats: No torn ligaments for Strasburg, no timetable for return
Nats: No torn ligaments for Strasburg, no timetable for return

Brewers 2, Cubs 1: Jonathan Villar hit two home runs and Keon Broxton robbed Anthony Rizzo of a homer in the ninth inning to help Milwaukee beat Chicago. "He wasn't trying to be the hero", Baker said. Also, a second Tommy John surgery would have likely kept Strasburg out of action until some time in 2018 at the earliest.

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  • Astros' Hinch ejected after 2 runs score on wild pitch
Astros' Hinch ejected after 2 runs score on wild pitch

The scene brought back memories of the 2007 playoff games between the Indians and New York Yankees. Asher (1-0), who earned his first major league win, was suspended for 80 games while on the disabled list with Triple-A Lehigh Valley in June after a positive drug test.

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  • Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares win US Open doubles title
Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares win US Open doubles title

Murray and Soares reached the final after taking out the top-seeded team, defending champions Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut. It will be Murray's fourth grand slam doubles final in 18 months after the Scot was a runner-up at both Flushing Meadows and Wimbledon a year ago.

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