3:41 PM BST Argentina coach Mario Ledesma has launched a scathing attack on his Rugby Championship rivals, slamming a photo opportunity in Townsville that was without Pumas representation. Ledesma unloaded on his fellow tournament combatants after his side had been beaten 27-8 by the Wallabies at Queensland Coountry Bank Stadium on Saturday night, the Pumas
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2:25 PM ET Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah scored his 100th goal for Liverpool. Clive Rose/Getty Images Substitute Yoane Wissa scored in the 82nd minute to help Brentford snatch a 3-3 draw against Liverpool on Saturday in the Premier League. Goals from Mohamed Salah, Diogo Jota and Curtis Jones had cancelled out earlier strikes from Ethan Pinnock and
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1:29 PM ET SHEBOYGAN, Wis. — The feistiness that gives life to the Ryder Cup returned in a couple of notable instances Saturday, ratcheting up the intensity and leading to some head-shaking reactions. But the result was more of the same. Europe looked to close the gap at Whistling Straits but in the end won
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Report Holder heroics not enough as Sunrisers horror season continues Punjab Kings 125 for 7 (Markram 27, Holder 3-19) beat Sunrisers Hyderabad 120 for 7 (Holder 46*, Bishnoi 3-24, Shami 2-14) by five runs Punjab Kings kept their slim hopes of making the playoffs alive after a tidy bowling performance helped them defeat Sunrisers Hyderabad
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11:08 AM ET Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel insisted Romelu Lukaku was not to blame for their 1-0 defeat to Manchester City and said he will question his own tactics after suffering their first loss of the Premier League season. Gabriel Jesus‘ 53rd-minute strike settled a contest City dominated at Stamford Bridge with Lukaku an isolated
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11:03 AM ET Rob DawsonCorrespondent Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has defended his decision to let Bruno Fernandes rather than Cristiano Ronaldo take a stoppage time penalty during the 1-0 defeat to Aston Villa on Saturday. Fernandes missed from the spot to squander the chance to salvage a point for United, who have now lost three of
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6:03 AM ET Associated Press ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — French official Luc Tardif was elected president of the International Ice Hockey Federation on Saturday ahead of the return of NHL players to the Olympics in February. Tardif, who was born and raised in Canada, beat German candidate Franz Reindl by 67 votes to 39 in
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