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Saturday 10 June 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Stuttgart

This year
# Bavaria
German woman alleged to have killed a lookalike she found on social media to fake her own death
According to a daily German newspaper, the woman was a beautician who entrapped the victim via Instagram by offering her cosmetics.
Last year
# unsportsmanlike
Murray into Stuttgart final after new Kyrgios meltdown
Murray will face Matteo Berrettini for the pre-Wimbledon title on Sunday.
All time
# Going Up
Brilliant scenes as fans invade pitch after Berlin club claim promotion to Bundesliga for the first time
Union Berlin were promoted to the top flight last night as Stuttgart were relegated.
# not a one goal wonder
World Cup star Pavard: Bayern signed me because I am one of the Bundesliga's best
‘I didn’t sign just because of that one shot,’ the 23-year-old says.
# In form
Resurgent Bayern Munich clinch seventh win in a row to keep pace with Dortmund
Stuttgart were no match for the reigning Bundesliga champions on Sunday.
# Transfer News
France World Cup star denies signing for Bayern Munich
The German club are said to want Benjamin Pavard at the end of the season, but the defender says he has not agreed a move.
Stuttgart captain's father dies suddenly after Bundesliga win against Hertha Berlin
The club has issued a statement stating that they were mourning the loss of Herbert Gentner.
# Stuttgart
Over 100 passengers stranded after co-pilot showed up drunk
Police entered the cockpit of the plane in Stuttgart to find the 40-year-old in a “highly intoxicated condition”.
# Stuttgart
German police arrest 55-year-old after man poisoned baby food and demanded millions
The blackmailer had poisoned five baby food products and alerted police to the store they were placed in.
'I'm way above' Bouchard 'cheat' blast, says Sharapova
The Canadian has been long seen as the Russian’s heir in the sport’s marketability stakes.
# She's Back
'The best feeling in the world' as Sharapova makes winning return following 15-month ban
The former world number one beat Roberta Vinci in straight sets at the Stuttgart Open.
# Departure
World Cup-winning star leaves Stuttgart after city centre fight
The club have parted company with Kevin Grosskreutz after an altercation that left him needing hospital treatment.
# new balls please
Take note Liverpool fans, this is how to stage a ticket-price protest
Borussia Dortmund supporters rocked up late and then fired hundreds of tennis balls onto the field.
# dark net
Guns used in Paris attacks were bought from German dealer - reports
Four assault rifles used in the attacks were allegedly purchased from a trafficker in Germany, the Bild is reporting.
# the special one
Celebrate Sonia O'Sullivan's birthday with a trip down memory lane
One of Ireland’s greatest ever athletes provided us with a litany of standout moments.
FAI to bid for Euro 2020 games
Germany reckon they deserve the 2024 one, meanwhile.
# Memories
Euro ’88 revisited: behind the scenes at Ireland’s major tournament debut
Miguel Delaney talks to the players, the fans and other figures involved to provide the ultimate oral history of the tournament.
# bumper to bumper
Dublin now the 11th most congested city in Europe, down from sixth
Moscow in Russia is the most congested city in the world.
# wide boy
Europa League preview: Bale set to give Inter headaches
Bale carved Inter to pieces – and then right-back Maicon – with a breathtaking hat-trick when the sides last met in European competition in 2010-11.
# Preview
Europa League preview: Liverpool and Spurs fight for survival
Five spots in the knock out stages remain up from grabs in the final round of Europa League group games.
# Old acquaintances
Behind Enemy Lines: Trap's German connection
The Ireland manager has had three spells in the Bundesliga down through the years.
# Click
The Snapper: When Danny Boy was the Irish national anthem at the Rugby World Cup
Photographer Billy Stickland has followed the brightest and best in the world of sport for the past four decades and has some great stories to tell.
Stephen Roche, Swingball, Big Time bars: Ireland in the 1980s (pics)
From the Enniskillen bombing to the divorce referendum, from Theresa Lowe to Ray Houghton…. images of eighties Ireland.
# Building Blocks
VIDEO: Great Euro moments… with Lego
Real commentary, not so real Ray Houghton. It’s even better than it sounds.
# six pointer
Dortmund could take huge step towards Bundesliga title tonight
A win would see them move six points clear of Bayren with just four games remaining.
# Friends Reunited
Ireland v England: a sporting rivalry
As our cricket side prepare to face the English in Bangalore in the morning, we take a look back at a handful of sporting clashes between the two countries.