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Foxes line up to complain about penalty decision


The France worldwide beat Schmeichel from the spot for his 24th goal of the season, but Leicester's goalkeeper was convinced it should have been a free kick rather than a penalty. Leicester manager Craig Shakespeare felt the decision was a "guess" from referee Jonas Eriksson . "We are still alive and we want to stay in the competition". Read More »

Luis Enrique la joue profil bas — Barça


Alors que la fin de son aventure au FC Barcelone se rapproche, Luis Enrique se félicite d'avoir pu côtoyer de près Lionel Messi. "Je souhaite que Messi termine sa carrière à Barcelone mais c'est quelque chose que lui seul peut décider", a déclaré l'entraîneur barcelonais ce mardi. Read More »

Cavani signs PSG contract extension through to 2020

The development lays speculation surrounding Cavani's future to rest, with previous reports linking him with Arsenal and Manchester United. & #8220;He's quite simply the best striker on earth right now. "He's among the top-notch strikers in Europe ". "Edi feels great in Paris and has a veritable love affair with the club, the fans and the city". Read More »

Applied Materials, Inc.'s (AMAT)

PNC Financial Services Group Inc. boosted its position in Applied Materials by 867.6% in the third quarter. Finally, B. Riley reiterated a "buy" rating and set a $44.00 target price on shares of Applied Materials in a research report on Saturday, February 18th. Read More »

Cech: There are leaders at Arsenal


However, Sunday's win over City at Wembley provided Arsene Wenger's men with a huge boost going into the final weeks of the season. 'You need to see what is happening behind the scenes, how well the team works and how we operate. 'Sometimes you find a way out quickly, sometimes it takes a bit of time and there is damage. Sometimes you find the answer the difficulties you face, sometimes you don't. Read More »

Chelsea aim to tighten defence vs. Southampton

It remains to be seen whether Saturday's result and the differing moods in each camp will now affect the title race as Tottenham bid to close the four-point gap behind league leaders Chelsea. I'm sure my players are focused on our targets. Conte reckons players can only be great by playing as part of a team. It's not easy to start without two really important players in Diego and Eden but you have to take responsibility. Read More »

Clippers' Blake Griffin to miss rest of playoffs with toe injury

For somebody who's as dedicated to the process and the training and the working out and all that stuff like that, for something to happen, you hate to see it. They needed him to develop more consistency at this point. That said, he can't stay healthy, and I'm not sure he'll ever quite good enough to carry a team and be that "A" player for a franchise. Read More »

Here's how Serena Williams' pregnancy would be different, if she were Arab

A spokeswoman for Serena, Kelly Bush Novak , in an email to the Guardian , however, confirmed the good news , saying, " I'm happy to confirm Serena is expecting a baby this fall ". "As much as we would like to be able to predict this stuff, the nature of pregnancy is it's going to be different for everyone", said Lauren Stretcher, clinical associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago. Read More »

Rory Best delighted to have another chance with British & Irish Lions

Less than 24 hours after Lions head coach Warren Gatland spoke of taking confidence from Ireland's 40-29 victory against New Zealand in Chicago last November than the riposte arrived from counterpart Steve Hansen . "I think that gives you an edge in selection and I think he'll get on that plane believing, like everyone will believe, that he can be number one in the Test series". Read More »

Warriors Durant Available For Game 4 Against The Blazers

The largest margin was 33. Draymond Green praised Brown as the MVP of Game 3, recounting a moment in the fourth quarter where he kept Green in the game despite playing the entire third - because the Warriors were making their comeback. Energized by a raucous home crowd, Portland jumped out to an early 17-9 lead on Vonleh's dunk. Little did they know that Durant's first season wearing the Warriors uniform would not be ideal. Read More »

Paul Merson predicts Crystal Palace v Tottenham

After losing just one Premier League match in six months between October 2016 and March 2017 (W19 D2 L1), Chelsea have already lost two games in April (W2 D0 L2). Diego Costa ended a seven-match scoreless streak with a double as the Blues beat Southampton 4-2 on Tuesday night, putting the focus back on nearest rivals Spurs, who play at Crystal Palace on Wednesday. Read More »

Arrest in bus attack probe as Borussia Dortmund lose rescheduled match


After the match was postponed until the next day, Dortmund was a little shaky on the pitch, losing 3-2 at home to Monaco. However, as expected, the post-match talk dominated events from last night and Tuchel plus a few of the Dortmund players expressed their opinion on being informed by Uefa - via text message - that they had to play the game so soon following a tragic event. Read More »

NASCAR CEO calls Earnhardt a proven leader


In announcing his retirement from Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series racing on Tuesday at the Hendrick Motorsports campus in Charlotte, North Carolina, Earnhardt described his primary motivation during months of physically and emotionally exhausting rehabilitation from a concussion that sidelined him from the final 18 races of the 2016 season. Read More »

Browns talking trade, but maybe not with 49ers?

The option alone might not be the driving force behind a trade up, but it certainly can be an argument in favor of moving back into the first round. I'd be ecstatic going Garrett first and Deshaun Watson at 12. On Thursday we could see three running backs selected in the first round of the NFL Draft for the first time since 2012. The Cleveland Browns now hold 11 picks in the drafts. Read More »

Rockets advance with 105-99 win over Thunder


Sure, Westbrook is doing a nice job stockpiling points, rebounds, and assists, but he'll have to get back to his efficient ways if the Thunder want to not only win Game 5 but the series. Hence, the Thunder know they are still in it. The backup point guard position, whether Semaj Christon or Norris Cole , has been the Thunder's most-glaring weakness but outside Andre Roberson and Taj Gibson, the entire team is underperforming offensively based on regular season averages. Read More »

Rockets silence Thunder to advance to 2nd round


Houston erased deficits of 15 and 14 points to win Games 2 and 4, and is aiming to avoid those early holes altogether. "In every category he checks it off", coach Mike D'Antoni said. 3. Victor Oladipo After two wretched games in Houston, especially the opener in which he went 1 for 12 from the field, Oladipo seems to have found his sea legs, going 7 for 10 from the field, including a huge three pointer down the stretch to keep things a one possession game when the Rockets were trying to ... Read More »

Milngavie cycling star Archibald is world champion

Barker tried to cling on, but Italy's Rachele Barbieri narrowly beat her to the line. Ryan Owens took an encouraging fourth place in the men's sprint to end his debut world championships. "I've come so close so many times". The top-ranked Russian women's team of Anastasia Voinova and Daria Shemeleva won their second world title in the team sprint. Read More »

Koeman ready to fight to keep Lukaku at Everton


The fact that Man United were struggling to beat a team like Anderlecht [who they beat 3-2 on aggregate in the Europa League] proves what kind of season the club is having'. The Blues have played 16 away games so far this season, winning 4, drawing 5 and losing 7 for a total of 17 points, which is only 9th best in the League, compared to table toppers Chelsea who have 36 points away from Stamford Bridge. Read More »

Chelsea showed a great will to win - Conte

Our answer was very good. "I don't think that a player like Messi is a selfish player". He said: "In this part of the season, we are totally involved in the game". On recovering from gastroenteritis, Cahill added: "I feel OK. I had a bit of gall bladder pain, so not ideal, but the lads didn't miss me at Wembley, put in a great performance there, and I'm just thankful to recover now and get back on the pitch". Read More »

Australian Open venue to get new stadium


A record 728,000 fans poured through the gates at this year's tournament. But Pallas said the slam was going nowhere. " The government has led the way with the world-class redevelopment of the Melbourne Park precinct and the people of Melbourne have embraced the event in their hundreds of thousands as a result ", Mr Tiley continued. Read More »

Oilers prove they are more than McDavid in playoff win


Joe Thornton took that ethos to extremes during the Sharks' first-round playoff series against the Oilers, though, playing with a couple of missing knee ligaments . The Sharks managed two shots on goal with the man advantage, but couldn't convert. As storylines go, it doesn't get any sweeter than Oilers coach Todd McLellan beating his old San Jose Sharks team in his old rink Saturday for Edmonton's first playoff series win in 11 years of heartache. Read More »

Defensive players to dominate NFL Draft

Just like every year, there will be surprises with risers and fallers all over this draft. Solomon Thomas (DT, Stanford) and Jamal Adams (S, LSU) are sure to be the hot commodities inside the top six this year. 1 among them. In my opinion, the Browns will be a better team with Franchise QB and ten other draft picks than they will be with Myles Garrett , Franchise QB, and only six (or however many they are left with after the trade) other draft picks. Read More »

Saints, 32-year-old Adrian Peterson agree on 2-year contract

We can possess the ball better , obviously with a great run game, with a consistent run game. Spielman, who hosted his annual pre-draft press conference for reporters on Tuesday, credited Peterson for his accomplishments in Purple. "You never were able to touch him. I mean, what that guy has accomplished in the face of a lot of adversity has been tremendous". "But I think - we think - that he's got more years in his career, so we're excited for that to happen". Read More »

Italy's Felline wins Tour of Romandie prologue for Scarponi


The Trek-Segafredo rider clocked five minutes and 57 seconds to beat Britain's Alex Dowsett (Movistar) by two seconds and Australian Alexander Edmondson (Orica-Scott) by seven seconds. Snow is forecast Wednesday, when the race heads into the mountains on a 168.9-km (105-mile) stage from Aigle to Champery that finishes at an altitude above 1,000 meters (3,300 feet). Read More »