• Maurizio Sarri relaxes two unpopular rules at Chelsea that Antonio Conte introduced
Maurizio Sarri relaxes two unpopular rules at Chelsea that Antonio Conte introduced

And midfielder N'Golo Kante has said that he is ready sacrifice everything to get used to the new role he's given by the new manager. The 30-year-old Brazil worldwide assisted N'Golo Kante's opening goal as Chelsea recorded a 3-0 win over Huddersfield Town in Sarri's first league match in charge last Saturday.

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  • Patriots thump Eagles in Super Bowl rematch; Foles strains shoulder
Patriots thump Eagles in Super Bowl rematch; Foles strains shoulder

Patriots linebacker Ja'Whaun Bentley picked up the loose ball from the sack and returned it for a touchdown. If all goes according to plan, the Eagles won't need Nick Foles to take any meaningful snaps during the upcoming season. McLeod was flagged on the Patriots' first drive and 10 yards were added to the end of a 22-yard run by James White ...

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  • Liverpool wastes little time in getting its title challenge started
Liverpool wastes little time in getting its title challenge started

He certainly did it proud in his first Premier League appearance since arriving from RB Leipzig , settling in well and sparking the move that led to Salah's first-half goal. He wrote : "The strength of the squad Klopp has assembled courtesy of the arrival of £170million worth of new talent was underlined by the sight of Jordan Henderson, Xherdan S...

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  • Manchester City hopeful Kevin De Bruyne could return within two months
Manchester City hopeful Kevin De Bruyne could return within two months

What helps the series thrive is just how memorable last season was for the Citizens. "Of course human beings have a limit". "If you're fresh, with normal vacations, then that doesn't happen". "He decided. No one at Man City, and not myself, pushed him. He chose to rest a little bit more with his wife and his little boy, and play with us".

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  • Wyndham Championship preview: European stars try to earn last-ditch FedEx Cup points
Wyndham Championship preview: European stars try to earn last-ditch FedEx Cup points

Snedeker, the 2012 FedEx Cup champion, won the Wyndham in 2007. He has since gone T35-T39-MC, but the positive is that here he doesn't need to hit any drivers: past year he set the 72-hole scoring record without using a single driver all week.

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  • Deontay Wilder crashes Tyson Fury's weigh-in, clashes with John Fury
Deontay Wilder crashes Tyson Fury's weigh-in, clashes with John Fury

So, it could be real or could not be. but one thing's for sure, it's a hell of a lot of fun. The weigh-in was moved to the Europa Hotel in Belfast City Center after rain caused the cancelation of the pre-fight ceremony originally slated for the open-air Windsor Park.

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  • Liverpool centre-back moves to Cagliari on permanent deal
Liverpool centre-back moves to Cagliari on permanent deal

Estonia defender Ragnar Klavan is expected to join Cagliari , while Simon Mignolet, Lazar Markovic, Sheyi Ojo, Marko Grujic and Dominic Solanke might all attract interest. "Then we have him, Dejan [though he is] still injured, Nat Phillips and, if we need, Fabinho can play in the position as well". But I feel we could give a few players the ...

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  • Kvitova ousts Williams, Federer cruises on
Kvitova ousts Williams, Federer cruises on

Williams was making her first appearance at the tournament since winning the title in 2015. The three-time grand slam victor failed to mount a prompt response and was soon on the back foot again on serve, an overcooked forehand giving Pouille another break-point opening.

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  • Excited to have Jasprit Bumrah back for Trent Bridge Test: Virat Kohli
Excited to have Jasprit Bumrah back for Trent Bridge Test: Virat Kohli

After Sunil Gavaskar, Bishan Singh Bedi, Harbhajan Singh, Sourav Ganguly, Sandeep Patil have come down heavily on India's performance at the Lord's, now Gautam Gambhir criticised the Indian cricket team for their "lack of fight" during the second Test match against England at Lord's.

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  • The ITF approves Gerard Pique's new Davis Cup
The ITF approves Gerard Pique's new Davis Cup

The new format involves 18 teams - that includes two wild cards - shuffled into six groups of three, where the victor and top two runners-up would proceed to a knockout stage started from the quarterfinals. Another Australian , John Millman tweeted: "Hey @daviscup Quick question". Was wondering when the players vote is for the Davis Cup changed ...

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  • Braves' Ronald Acuna Jr. day-to-day with elbow injury
Braves' Ronald Acuna Jr. day-to-day with elbow injury

You've lost three games, he's hit three home runs". Acuña stayed in after being hit but left before the top of the second inning. Acuna, who had hit leadoff homers in the last three games and homered in five straight overall, didn't get a chance to extend the streak.

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  • Sergio Ramos Fires Back At Klopp As Champions League Row Continues
Sergio Ramos Fires Back At Klopp As Champions League Row Continues

As a result of their win over Liverpool , Real will now take on city rivals Atletico Madrid - last season's Europa League winners - in the European Super Cup on Wednesday. "I think what you'll find is that they'll defend with the four [two centre-backs and two central midfielders] and give the license to the two full-backs to go forward".

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  • England rugby player Danny Cipriani charged with ‘assaulting police’ at a nightclub
England rugby player Danny Cipriani charged with ‘assaulting police’ at a nightclub

The 30-year-old fly-half pleaded guilty at Jersey Magistrates' Court to resisting arrest and common assault. Two further charges, larceny and being disorderly on licensed premises, were dropped and the court case lasted just 13 minutes.

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  • India move up a place to 96th in Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings
India move up a place to 96th in Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings

Gareth Southgate's men have leapt six places from 12th in the wake of reaching the World Cup semi finals this summer. Runners-up Croatia jumped all the way from 20th to fourth , surprise packets England moved from 12th to sixth and quarter-finalists Sweden and Russian Federation made significant improvements.

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  • Arsenal boss, Emery, keeps faith in Cech for Chelsea return
Arsenal boss, Emery, keeps faith in Cech for Chelsea return

Emery went with Matteo Guendouzi in the holding position against City and the youngster put-in an encouraging display but I think he'll be the man to make way against the Blues on Saturday. According to reports in the Star , Unai Emery is unhappy with the weight of some of his players in the Arsenal squad and believes they are "too fat".

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  • Giants QB Eli Manning won’t comment on Jalen Ramsey’s criticism
Giants QB Eli Manning won’t comment on Jalen Ramsey’s criticism

The quarterback hadn't seen Ramsey's full comments when asked for his reaction to them. He didn't mean Mariota was a dominant player like Brady or Rodgers, but instead compared him to Tyrod Taylor in that "he manages a game really well, always has them at least in position to be in the game late in the game".

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  • Silva calls time on Spain career
Silva calls time on Spain career

Silva was part of the Spanish squad which won FIFA World Cup in 2010. 'The national team has given me everything and has allowed me to grow as a player and as a person from my first days in the youth set-up. Thank you - and good luck forever!" Prior to his retirement, Silva played earned 125 caps in a Spain shirt, scoring 35 goals in the proces...

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  • Brooks Koepka explains why he hit his last putt before Adam Scott
Brooks Koepka explains why he hit his last putt before Adam Scott

He immediately knew it was headed right when he hit it. I agree with Mark, it seems a bit daft to give them so much stick. Woods provided the thrills Sunday - a fist-pumping, club-slamming, roller-coaster ride of a final round in which he threatened from beginning to end but couldn't knock Koepka out of the lead, or deny him the trophy.

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  • Gareth Bale is 'ultra professional', says Real Madrid's Julen Lopetegui
Gareth Bale is 'ultra professional', says Real Madrid's Julen Lopetegui

Real Madrid lost Cristiano Ronaldo after a rather fruitful nine years with the club and has left Julen Lopetegui searching for a replacement but the new boss has explained his choice. "It is a pity the World Cup meant we could not have players at their top version, as some have played not so much". He further went on to add, talking about fo...

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  • National Football League eyes Steelers for deflated balls
National Football League eyes Steelers for deflated balls

Ben Roethlisberger went to the ground and laid on his stomach for a couple of minutes after throwing an off-balance fade pass to JuJu Smith-Schuster in the back corner of the end zone during the fourth attempt at Seven Shots. "No one wants to see anything happen to him, especially in a practice like this. I saw his head whip back", Gilbert told re...

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