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Ronaldo hits 70 int. goals, Dutch stunned in WCup qualifiers
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While Cristiano Ronaldo kept moving up Europe's all-time scorers list on Saturday, a demoralizing loss to Bulgaria endangered the Netherlands' World Cup qualification. With two goals in Portugal's 3-0 win over Hungary, Ronaldo moved into fourth place on the all-time scorers list for European
Tottenham's Alli banned for 3 European games by UEFA
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NYON, Switzerland (AP) — Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli was banned for three European games by UEFA on Friday for being sent off against Gent in the Europa League. The England international was shown a straight red card for his tackle on Brecht Dejaegere during the 2-2 draw at Wembley
Maldives performs well, first match to Kyrgyzstan
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Despite an admirable performance by the Maldivian team, Kyrgyzstan has won the first match in the AVC Central Zone Volleyball Tournament. Kyrgyzstan won the first match of the tournament that began in Maldives today with three straight sets.
China must beat South Korea to keep World Cup hopes alive
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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Marcello Lippi faces his biggest challenge as China coach, needing a win against South Korea to keep alive any hopes of qualifying for Russia 2018. China has appeared at the World Cup just once — in 2002 when South Korea co-hosted the quadrennial event and reached
FIFA bans referee for life over disputed penalty
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GENEVA (AP) — FIFA has banned for life the referee who awarded a disputed penalty for South Africa against Senegal in a World Cup qualifying match. Referee Joseph Lamptey of Ghana gave a penalty for a non-existent handball against Senegal defender Kalidou Koulibaly. Replays clearly showed the
Monaco is a team to fear in Champions League quarterfinals
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MONACO (AP) — Monaco is the team to fear when the Champions League draw is made on Friday. That's the view of coach Leonardo Jardim, the architect of a staggering attack that has scored 126 goals this season. Monaco topped up its goal tally on Wednesday night, beating Manchester City 3-1 to
Man United charged with 'failing to control players'
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LONDON (AP) — Manchester United has been charged by the English Football Association after its players harangued referee Michael Oliver following the sending-off of Ander Herrera during the team's FA Cup loss to Chelsea. United's players were unhappy when Herrera received a second yellow card
Juventus beats Porto 1-0 to reach Champions League quarters
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TURIN, Italy (AP) — Paulo Dybala's penalty set Juventus on its way to a 1-0 win over 10-man Porto on Tuesday and a place in the Champions League quarterfinals. A day after he said it was his "dream" to score past veteran goalkeeper Iker Casillas, Dybala converted from the spot in the 42nd
Leicester beats Sevilla, reaches Champions League quarters
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LEICESTER, England (AP) — First, the Premier League title. Now, the Champions League quarterfinals. Is there no end to Leicester's soccer fairytale? The improbable rise of a previously unheralded club from central England touched new heights on Tuesday when Leicester beat Sevilla 2-0 to
Chelsea beats United, sets up FA Cup semifinal vs Spurs
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LONDON (AP) — Chelsea prevailed over Jose Mourinho's forceful, spoiling tactics to end Manchester United's FA Cup defense and set up a semifinal derby with Tottenham. On another gloomy return to Stamford Bridge for Mourinho, United's aggressive attempts to neutralize Eden Hazard backfired when
Mexican soccer reverses ruling that led to referees' strike
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MEXICO CITY (AP) — The Mexican soccer federation has toughened a disciplinary ruling against two players after angry referees staged a protest strike over the weekend. Referees refused to officiate matches after the league didn't harshly punish two players who shoved officials last week. One
Liverpool rallies to beat Burnley 2-1, consolidates 4th spot
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LIVERPOOL, England (AP) — Emre Can completed Liverpool's comeback against Burnley on Sunday, clinching a 2-1 victory to consolidate fourth place in the Premier League. Liverpool is a point behind Tottenham and Manchester City and 11 adrift of leader Chelsea, having played a game more than the
After win vs PSG, Barcelona loses Spanish league lead
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MADRID (AP) — Real Madrid saw Barcelona falter and then survived an awful mistake by goalkeeper Keylor Navas to regain the Spanish league lead on Sunday. Barcelona lost 2-1 at relegation-threatened Deportivo La Coruna in its first match after its amazing win over Paris Saint-Germain in the
Controversial late penalty helps Juventus beat Milan 2-1
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Fino alla fine (Until the end) is the Juventus motto and it lived up to it again as Paulo Dybala converted a penalty with the last kick of the match to beat AC Milan 2-1 and go 11 points clear in Serie A on Friday. Teen goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma appeared to have earned Milan a precious
Arsenal offers no certainty on Wenger's future as manager
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LONDON (AP) — Arsenal has issued a rare statement on Arsene Wenger's future that gives no indication whether he will still be manager next season. Supporters protested against Wenger as Arsenal was eliminated from the Champions League by Bayern Munich on Tuesday. On Arsenal's website,
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