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# Magnificent Seven

Last year
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Mane on the double as Bayern hand Bochum worst home defeat in 174-year history
Bayern won 7-0 to continue their perfect start to the Bundesliga season.
All time
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Miami Dolphins close in on play-off berth with seventh straight win
Tua Tagovailoa guided the Dolphins to victory over a depleted New Orleans Saints outfit.
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Jacob's Cracker: The moment of brilliance when Stockdale made Six Nations history
Four and a half games played, a magnificent seven tries scored.
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Mourinho unsurprised by Sanchez display
The Chilean forward made his Manchester United debut last night.
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Back from injury, brilliant Butler doesn't want to miss a beat for Connacht
‘The way they work rotation you never know when you are going to be in the 15 or the 23 so you just take the opportunities as you get them.’
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7 Irish heritage sites to visit now that kids can go for free
Dozens of heritage sites across the country are giving children under 12 free admission.
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7 goals for Cork hurlers as they cruise to 21-point victory over Limerick at Gaelic Grounds
Two goals apiece today for Patrick Horgan and Shane Kingston.
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US victory means Ruby Walsh has now won Grand Nationals in 7 countries
Walsh is due to be back in action on Irish soil today at Cork Racecourse in Mallow.
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Van Gaal delighted with upturn in Wayne Rooney's form
The England international has now scored seven goals in his last seven games.
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Bayern hit Shakhtar for 7 after controversial early red card
The fastest sending-off in Champions League history for the Ukrainian side.
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Seven changes for Dublin as big names return for Mayo rematch
It’s a whole new full-back line for Jim Gavin’s men.
# Goals Goals Goals
The Magnificent 7: St. Stephen’s Day crackers
From eight goal thrillers, to on-field team talks, football has served up a feast of fascinating St. Stephen’s Day encounters.
# Cameos
The Magnificent Seven: Sports stars on screen
Some people just do not know when they should stick to the day job.
# Frankel's Farewell
The Magnificent Seven: flat racing's all-time greats
Is Frankel the best racehorse ever? Or is it one of these seven superstars?
# Embarrassments
Magnificent seven: sports stars getting caught out
Kevin Pietersen, Tiger Woods and Mark Kennedy have all been included in this week’s edition.
# Winning
The Magnificent Seven: teams who ended long waits for trophies
With either Donegal or Mayo set to end their long wait for a trophy, we recall other examples of sides who did just that.
# hostility
Magnificent Seven: fiery manager clashes
Be warned, as most of these clips contain very strong language.
# Mad Men
The Magnificent Seven: crazy sports fans
These seven individuals have one thing in common – they’re all somewhat bonkers.
# Fledglings
The Magnificent Seven: The best young players at Euro 2012
Some obvious, some not so obvious… We look at the players looking to make their names in Poland and the Ukraine.
# Talking the Talk
The Magnificent Seven: most entertaining sports pundits
With Euro 2012 and Apres Match on the horizon, we take a look at some of our favourite TV analysts.
# Great expectations
The Magnificent Seven: Biggest sporting chokers
We relive those moments that the athletes involved wish they could forget.
# downbeat
The Magnificent 7: Irish sporting anti-climaxes
The Olympic dream died for our male hockey players and the English steamrolled over Declan Kidney’s men at Twickenham last weekend. I feel deflated.
# Robbie
The Magnificent Seven: Robbie's greatest hits
As Robbie Keane gets ready for a six-week stint in the Midlands, this week’s Magnificent Seven looks back at seven of his most memorable goals.
# Unlikely heroes
The Magnificent Seven: goalscoring keepers
Tim Howard may have notched on Wednesday night, but we’ve got a bunch of No1s who fancy themselves in front of goal.
# Flashback
The Magnificent Seven: the most memorable games of 2011
Take a look back at some of the best sporting moments of the past 12 months.
# Hallowed Turf
The Magnificent Seven: Croke Park memories
On a week when American football delegates revealed just how impressed they were on their visit to Croke Park, we look back at some of our favourite memories from Headquarters.
# total recall
The Magnificent Seven: memorable European Championship moments
With the draw about to occur and Euro 2012 mania set to reach fever pitch, we look back on some of the abiding memories that previous competitions have provided us with.
# The reel deal
The Magnificent Seven: the best sports movies ever
With Moneyball set to be released, we’ve compiled a list of our favourite sports flicks. Do you agree?
# Awkward
The Magnificent Seven: when sport and music collides…
Featuring Shaquille O’Neal’s ill-fated rap venture, Ian Wright making the worst pun ever and Peter Ebdon acting the clown.
# Take a Bow
The Magnificent Seven: memorable Irish goals
We round up some of the best of the side’s goals from the past few years, including Ian Harte’s scorcher against Cyprus and Ronnie Whelan’s memorable Euro 88 scissors kick.
# Suspicious minds
The Magnificent Seven: sporting conspiracy theories
The Battle of the Sexes, Tiger Woods and the 1995 Rugby World Cup final all feature in this week’s piece.
# Forgotten men
The Magnificent Seven: Championship Manager cult heroes
The new Football Manager hits stores today, and we’re excited. So excited that we’ve decided to pay tribute to some of the game’s legendary players in this week’s Magnificent Seven.
# Frustration
The Magnificent Seven: Irish sporting anti-climaxes
Sonia O’Sullivan, the Irish rugby team and Thierry Henry all feature on our list of nights to forget for our sports heroes.
# classics
The Magnificent Seven: memorable quarter-finals
What do Bebeto, Brian O’Driscoll and Maurice FitzGerald have in common? Find out here, as we countdown seven unforgettable quarter-finals ahead of the big game this Saturday.
# infighting
The Magnificent Seven: sporting bust-ups
In the wake of the Tevez-Mancini affair, we recall seven other notorious moments involving sports teams’ in-fights.
# uncanny
The Magnificent Seven: sporting impressionists
From Alistair McGowan to Aprés Match, here are seven of the best sporting satirists mocking some of the best sports stars… And Eamon Dunphy.
# Humiliation
The Magnificent Seven: sporting thrashings
Following United’s 8-2 defeat of Arsenal last week, here’s seven similar occasions in which severe sporting humblings took place.
# back for more
The Magnificent Seven: post-retirement sporting returns
Gordon Banks, Michael Jordan and Bjorn Borg all star in the latest edition of the series.
# Awkward
The Magnificent Seven: interviews from hell
Interviewing athletes ‘in the heat of the moment’ has long been a recipe for disaster. Here’s what happens when things go pear-shaped…
# Fair play
The Magnificent Seven: sporting gestures
Jack Nicklaus, Andy Roddick and World War I all feature in the latest installment of our series.