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Cricket star Tendulkar backs new Indian Super League
Cricket star Tendulkar backs new Indian Super League
Batting superstar Sachin Tendulkar on Thursday threw his weight behind the upcoming Indian Super League (ISL), saying it was the way forward to unearth football talent in the cricket-mad country.
Manuel Pellegrini gladdened by Jovetic display
Striker scores twice in Monday’s win over Liverpool
Madrid off to winning start, Atletico held
Simeone had been handed an eight-match touchline ban earlier in the day for his conduct towards the officials in the second leg of Atletico’s Super Cup victory over Real on Friday and his side suffered a hangover from that match in a lacklustre performance.
Jack Wilshere expects Arsenal to finish off Besiktas
Gunners seek inspiration from dramatic fightback
Al Ain boss over Al Ittihad to storm into semifinal of AFC Champions League
Al Ain score a 3-1 win against Saudi Arabia's Al Ittihad in the second leg of their quarterfinal, which is their first victory on Saudi Arabian soil.
Arsenal, Celtic set to reach CL group stage
Gunners will be without suspended midfielder Aaron Ramsey
Falcao scores as Monaco beat Nantes in Ligue 1
Falcao helped Monaco overcome a lackluster performance by heading home a cross from leftback Layvin Kurzawa on the stroke of halftime.
Lionel Messi strikes twice as Barca sink Elche
Mascherano sent off but Catalans still manage to win
Messi back to old self under new Barcelona coach
Messi back to old self under new Barcelona coach
Bad World Cup memories be gone. Lionel Messi is back to his match-winning self.
Manchester United held by Sunderland
Manchester United held by Sunderland
United, fresh from their shock 2-1 defeat by Swansea at Old Trafford on the opening day last weekend, took a 17th-minute lead at the Stadium of Light when Juan Mata turned in Antonio Valencia’s cross.
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