• Harry Kane strikes late as Tottenham snatch victory at Crystal Palace
Harry Kane strikes late as Tottenham snatch victory at Crystal Palace

Kane scored in the 88th minute, after missing an earlier chance. Mauricio Pochettino felt Tottenham's late victor at Crystal Palace was fully deserved after they had dominated the game. United are under slightly less pressure to get three points, but a win today would place a four-point cushion between them and Spurs . "I thought it wasn't...

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  • Shirtless Tongan strikes again, steals show in Closing Ceremony
Shirtless Tongan strikes again, steals show in Closing Ceremony

The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics concluded with a spectacular closing ceremony here on Sunday. South Korean boyband sensation EXO performed and there were fireworks aplenty, but no Russian Federation flag flying at a ceremony held after members of the victorious men's Olympic Athletes from Russian Federation ice hockey team sung the banne...

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  • Bouchard wins lawsuit against USA tennis body
Bouchard wins lawsuit against USA tennis body

Bouchard, a former world No.5 and Wimbledon finalist, had sued United States tennis's governing body after she slipped and fell in a training room. Eugenie Bouchard and the U.S. The 23-year-old told the jury on Wednesday that she took two steps into the training room after a mixed doubles match before slipping on the wet floor, falling and hitt...

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  • Olympics: Canada beats Czech Republic for men's ice hockey bronze
Olympics: Canada beats Czech Republic for men's ice hockey bronze

Roman Cervenka, with two goals, Martin Ruzicka and Jan Kovar scored for the Czech Republic, which was blanked 3-0 by the Russian entry in the other semifinal. ending Canada's 16 year run as Olympic champions. The Canadian men led 3-1 after 16 minutes despite not putting a shot on goal for the first seven minutes 21 seconds.

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  • Lonzo Ball on college basketball: 'Everybody knows everybody's getting paid'
Lonzo Ball on college basketball: 'Everybody knows everybody's getting paid'

Slow starts have been a problem all year at home , and it's been especially costly lately. Former Maryland center and Clippers draft night acquisition Diamond Stone was also named in the report after he allegedly was paid over $14,000.

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  • Mourinho forecasts 'amazing' period for Manchester United
Mourinho forecasts 'amazing' period for Manchester United

I don't think it's about the manager trusting the player, it is up to the player to make the manager trust him, as simple as that. "When you play this way, the coach doesn't have a doubt and you play", said Conte of the Brazilian's performance.

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  • Great Left Foot - Celtic Star Wins Praise From Zenit Defender
Great Left Foot - Celtic Star Wins Praise From Zenit Defender

If Celtic make it through in the Europa League tonight, they will have at least two more Thursday nights to think about, deflecting their focus from the league campaign. Summer signing Ntcham, 22, missed Sunday's 0-0 draw against St. Johnstone due to illness, while Sweden global Mikael Lustig, 31, suffered a knock during the first leg against Zen...

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  • Liverpool v West Ham Betting Tips
Liverpool v West Ham Betting Tips

Jordan Henderson of Liverpool and Mark Noble of West Ham United compete for the ball during the Premier League match between Liverpool and West Ham United at Anfield on December 11, 2016 in Liverpool, England. West Ham have suffered most of their top tier defeats on Merseyside having lost to Everton 61 times and 60 times to Liverpool an...

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  • China lose to U.S. in PyeongChang Games women's curling
China lose to U.S. in PyeongChang Games women's curling

The Canadian men had won the past three Olympic gold medals and had never finished with worse than silver in the five Olympics since the sport was added to the Winter Games program in 1998. The game stayed knotted at 2-2 until the buzzer sounded to end regulation time . The British conceded after the US stole four points in the eighth end.

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  • Colts Sign Adam Vinatieri To Contract Extension
Colts Sign Adam Vinatieri To Contract Extension

I really wanted to break that record wearing a Colts helmet where I've played the majority of my career. Tom Brady ranks second with 223. The 45-year-old kicker sits just 57 points behind Morten Andersen on the All-Time scoring list , and as long as he stays healthy, Vinatieri should have no problem taking the top spot in 2018.

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  • Manchester United look to bounce back
Manchester United look to bounce back

The Seagulls sealed their place in the pot with a 3-1 win over League Two Coventry City in the Fifth round at the Amex earlier today. FA Cup holders Arsenal were surprisingly dumped out by Championship club Nottingham Forest in the first round but Manchester United, Man City and Tottenham are among the teams still in the hunt to lift the tr...

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  • Federer confirmed as oldest world No.1
Federer confirmed as oldest world No.1

He took a six-month sabbatical over the last half of 2016 to allow his surgically repaired left knee to heal fully. Asked to compare the 22-year-old Federer to the 36-year-old model, he said the older version had the edge. And then he answered that the Federer of today would come out on top. "But to be the No. 1, you have to win much and constant...

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  • Bubba Watson: Wins for third time at Riviera
Bubba Watson: Wins for third time at Riviera

Watson fired back. "Nah, I'm just going to hole it and then go straight to the bathroom". Coupled with a bogey from playing partner Patrick Cantlay , it pushed Watson to a two-stroke lead, which he hung on to after finishing with a two-under 69 to become a three-time victor of the Genesis Open .

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  • Much at stake when No. 17 MI visits Penn St.
Much at stake when No. 17 MI visits Penn St.

Bridges turned down a chance to make millions in the National Basketball Association this season to be a college sophomore in part to chase championships, and now he has one. Leron Black scored 20 points and Trent Frazier 14 for IL, which was outrebounded, 40-28. Illinois: The young team has experienced of growing pains that may serve the progr...

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  • Scottish curlers book spot in Olympics semi finals
Scottish curlers book spot in Olympics semi finals

Everyone is communicating great. We loved playing under pressure, we thrive at this level and we've been here before. "I think every game we had we've got slightly better, that was two back-to-back solid performances". and will now have to play in a tie-break against Switzerland tomorrow (12.05am) for a place in the semi-finals. Pic: Getty Images...

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  • India look to wrap up series in second T20
India look to wrap up series in second T20

Harmanpreet was caught behind off pacer Shabnim Ismail , who emerged as the wrecker-in-chief with a five-wicket haul. "I honestly believe that we were good on the field today bar the missed opportunities". "Kohli has shown consistency, performance and is getting hundreds regularly, he has got every chance to break that record, but it's a tall or...

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  • Bucs parts ways with Doug Martin after 6 seasons
Bucs parts ways with Doug Martin after 6 seasons

Seattle could certainly roll with those two next season, along with pass-catching backs J.D. McKissic and C.J. Prosise. The Bucs rewarded their star tailback with five-year, $35M extension following that season and that is seemingly when things started to go a bit askew for both Martin and the Bucs.

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  • US women beat Finland to reach ice hockey final
US women beat Finland to reach ice hockey final

Round and round they go at every worldwide tournament, splitting their pie nearly in half. "We came together in May a year ago and were coming off three straight world's losses to the U.S.", Jenner said. South Korea built its men's and women's teams by tapping players with ties to the country and the Justice Ministry was asked to fast-track ...

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  • Shock, bewilderment as Olympic curling dragged into doping mire
Shock, bewilderment as Olympic curling dragged into doping mire

Svishchev said it was possible someone spiked Krushelnitsky's food or drink. The Russian Olympic delegation said on Tuesday it could not explain how meldonium ended up in Krushelnitsky's body and that it was launching an investigation .

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  • Diamondbacks sign Jarrod Dyson to two-year deal
Diamondbacks sign Jarrod Dyson to two-year deal

Speculation that Martinez and the AL East champions would wind up together had been swirling ever since he became a free agent in November. The Associated Press has learned from a person with knowledge of the deal that 40-year-old reliever Joaquin Benoit and the Nationals have agreed in principle to a one-year, $1 million major league contract, p...

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  • Canada defeated in a shootout
Canada defeated in a shootout

Just as they did in the 5-1 opener against Switzerland, Canada wasted little time getting on the board after Raymond re-directed a nice pass from Linden Vey just 73 seconds in. We know we have to get better. Noreau actually beat Francouz with Canada's final shot but the puck bounced off the post. Roy made some nifty rushes but couldn't finish it of...

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  • Olivier Giroud fires warning shot at Barcelona after Chelsea thump Hull
Olivier Giroud fires warning shot at Barcelona after Chelsea thump Hull

The Italian has not been happy with Chelsea's conduct in the transfer market and the Premier League champions have also been losing patience with Conte's constant complaints over signing new players. On one side you must be sad to play them but on the other hand you must be excited and you must try to compete with them at this level. "It was ne...

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  • Lindsey Vonn's opener, super-G, delayed because of wind
Lindsey Vonn's opener, super-G, delayed because of wind

This race should provide a first glimpse of American Lindsey Vonn in action at these Olympics, although her best chance is in the downhill next Wednesday. Goggia herself is hitting peak form at the right time and remains overall points leader in the downhill itself, but both will be pushed by Lara Gut, Connie Huetter and Tina Weirather to n...

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  • Gunmaker Remington is filing for bankruptcy
Gunmaker Remington is filing for bankruptcy

The plan allows for Remington to reduce its debt by $700 million and contributes $145 million of new capital into its subsidiaries, according to the company. "Difficult industry conditions make today's agreement prudent", executive chairman Jim Geisler said. The Third Lien Noteholders will also receive their pro rata share of the remaining cash at ...

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  • Antonio Conte pleased with Chelsea striker options for Barcelona clash
Antonio Conte pleased with Chelsea striker options for Barcelona clash

Champions Chelsea won by a persuading edge at last and quite a bit of that was down to the individual abilities of their prized resource. Such is the unease around Chelsea these days that the hosts could only ease up after Moses produced the second in the 63rd minute.

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  • Jordan Greenway, Canton native, makes history for USA Olympic hockey
Jordan Greenway, Canton native, makes history for USA Olympic hockey

The Americans will face Slovakia on Friday. "We'll learn from this", O'Neill said. By the end of the first 40 minutes, Team USA had attempted 24 shots on goal compared to just 12 for Slovenia, an indication that the Americans were about to cruise to an easy victory, as expected.

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  • Morata hints he could return to Madrid
Morata hints he could return to Madrid

However, now with rumors about the Spaniard being out for the rest of the season have been confirmed by Antonio Conte and it looks like Morata's luck has gone from bad to worse. "For this reason, I'm a bit anxious". Morata has been out of action for the Premier League champions' last five games with a back injury and although he trained thi...

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  • Women's slalom postponed, third event moved due to weather
Women's slalom postponed, third event moved due to weather

At Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium - a relatively low-lying area near the mountains where alpine and other events are held - the winds were sustaining 22 miles per hour Wednesday afternoon, with higher gusts. "We do a really unsafe sport and this was really not a showcase of what these women can do", she added. "We'll continue to take it day by day...

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  • Bill Haas Out Of Hospital After Fatal Car Crash
Bill Haas Out Of Hospital After Fatal Car Crash

A third vehicle was also involved when the Ferrari clipped a Toyota FJ SUV just before the crash. Luke Wilson is best known for his roes in Legally Blonde, The Royal Tenenbaums and Anchorman. Haas was a passenger in the Ferrari. CNN attempted to reach a representative for Wilson but has not yet gotten a response. UPDATE: KTLA reporting Ha...

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  • Slip, sliding into Winter Olympics history
Slip, sliding into Winter Olympics history

Gerard took first place in the men's slopestyle snowboarding event. "I competed to feel the magic of the Olympics ", Medvedeva said . Regina's McMorris was clinging to first place before Gerard claimed the gold on his final run. That sucked because it was just from one stupid mistake and I wish I could take that back every day of my life. ...

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  • Pita Taufatofua Got Oiled Up For The Olympics Again
Pita Taufatofua Got Oiled Up For The Olympics Again

Despite the 32˚F cold at the Opening Ceremonies in Pyeongchang , Shirtless Flag-Bearer stayed meticulously on-brand last night, sporting an ensemble that could not have been comfortable - but was definitely crowd-pleasing. The burn starts and then you hold the burn for an hour or more . Born in Australia but raised in Tonga, Taufatofua announ...

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  • Southampton vs. Liverpool: Virgil van Dijk returns to former club
Southampton vs. Liverpool: Virgil van Dijk returns to former club

Firmino then turned provider just before the break, returning the favour to Salah, who finished with aplomb to effectively end the chances of a home side who got progressively worse after the break. Mohamed Salah , who has been in such superb goalscoring form this season, turned provider as he kept his cool to pick out a flawless pass to Roberto F...

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  • Canada medals in slopestyle
Canada medals in slopestyle

That result pushed McMorris into the bronze medal spot. McMorris and Parrot were two of four Canadians in Sunday morning's finals, joined by Tyler Nicholson and Sebastien Toutant after impressive qualifying runs on Saturday. "I think a lot of time I need to pinch myself because now I feel so good and comfortable on my board, but eight months ago ...

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  • Eminent Pakistani lawyer, rights activist Asma Jahangir passes away
Eminent Pakistani lawyer, rights activist Asma Jahangir passes away

She was appointed United Nations Special Rapporteur for human rights in Iran in September 2016 and delivered regular reports on the prevailing situation in the country to U.N. A state of emergency was declared, and she was among key protest leaders placed under house arrest. Her daughter Muneezay is a TV anchor. To be a successful activist la...

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  • Major League Baseball free agent rumors: Cubs, Yu Darvish agree to six-year deal
Major League Baseball free agent rumors: Cubs, Yu Darvish agree to six-year deal

The seven free-agent pitchers signed by the Cubs is the 2nd most ever to the 2001 Texas Rangers , according to ESPN Stats & Information. Cubs sources disputed earlier reports they were close to a deal, noting that while communication lines were open after their meeting, no progress had been made toward a conclusion.

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