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Saracens beat Exeter to win English Premiership and complete double
The London club came 27-16 down to see off their opponents.
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Italy outclass Spain in Belfield to top Group D
Elsewhere, Germany beat Austria, as the details for the quarter-finals were confirmed.
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Terence Crawford stops Amir Khan to retain WBO welterweight title
The Englishman was unable to continue because of an accidental low blow.
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Lionel Messi-inspired Barcelona dump Man United out of Champions League
Philippe Coutinho was also on target in a one-sided affair.
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Celtic on course for third successive treble as they ease into cup final
Goals by James Forrest, Odsonne Edouard with a penalty and Australian Tom Rogic gave Neil Lennon’s team an easy win over Aberdeen.
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Benzema hot streak continues, but 18-year-old steals the show in Real Madrid win
The Frenchman struck after 30 minutes of a one-sided contest at Santiago Bernabeu, while Vinicius Junior impressed.
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Man City ease past Huddersfield to close the gap on Liverpool
The win leave Pep Guardiola’s men just four points behind the Reds with 23 games played.
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'Eden Hazard is too good for this Chelsea team'
BBC pundit Jermaine Jenas believes the Blues star has outgrown his team-mates.
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Ronaldo equals Welsh legend's scoring record as Juve move 11 points clear
The Portuguese star was substituted just afterwards for the first time this season.
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Controversial penalty call helps Man City hit Shakhtar for 6
Allegations of financial impropriety off the field couldn’t derail the Etihad outfit on the field tonight.
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€115 million strikeforce the difference as Arsenal secure 4th Premier League win in a row
The Gunners are now level on points with Tottenham after beating Everton, thanks to goals from Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
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Aubameyang at the double as Arsenal prevail in Europa League opener
The Gunners saw off Vorskla in the Europa League thanks to goals from Danny Welbeck, Mesut Ozil and a brace from the Gabonese striker.
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PSG prepare for crunch Liverpool clash with Parc stroll
Kylian Mbappe and Neymar were both absent, but it made little difference, as the French side earned an easy win.
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Lukaku, Hazard help Belgium outclass Scotland
Roberto Martinez’s men showed their class and no hangover from their exertions in finishing third in Russia.
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Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds continue strong start, as they put Frank Lampard's Derby to the sword
Goals from Mateusz Klich, Kemar Roofe (2) and Ezgjan Alioski secured the victory.
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Shane Dowling hits 15 points as Limerick overcome Waterford
The result put the Treaty County in control of the Munster hurling championship.
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Stephen Ireland returns as Man United deepen Stoke's woes
Antonio Valencia and Anthony Martial were among the goalscorers for the Red Devils.
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Harry Kane makes history as Spurs sweep aside Southampton
The England international overtook Alan Shearer’s Premier League record for most goals in a calendar year.
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17 wins in a row for 'the Unstoppables' as Sergio Aguero breaks 100 mark
Pep Guardiola’s side continued their march towards the title with another comprehensive victory.
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Daly at the double as England overpower Samoa
Dylan Hartley, captain for all their previous 22 Tests under Eddie Jones, was benched.
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Former Everton star on target as Barca roll on calmly amidst Catalan chaos
Gerard Deulofeu’s first-half strike helped his side grind out a victory this evening.
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Classy Tottenham put 10-man Newcastle to the sword
Spurs were left frustrated initially, but the game changed when Jonjo Shelvey was sent off.
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Watch: Michael Conlan claims comfortable win in second pro bout
The outcome rarely looked in doubt as the Irish fighter overcame Mexican Alfredo Chanez.
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Balde brace ruins Francesco Totti's final Rome derby
Luciano Spalletti’s men physically turned up at the Stadio Olimpico, but mentally looked elsewhere.
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Scannell stars as Munster secure comprehensive win over Zebre
It was a game in which the outcome was rarely in doubt with the Irish side taking a 24-7 half-time lead.
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McEleney stars again as Dundalk outclass Pat's
Having assisted Ciaran Kilduff’s opener a minute before the break, he ended the game as a contest with two quick-fire goals over a six-minute spell.
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Dundalk continue strong start with convincing win over Sligo
Patrick McEleney, Michael Duffy, Ciaran Kilduff and Tommy Stewart were all on target for the Lilywhites.
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Two hat-tricks as Schmidt's Ireland hammer Italy to get Six Nations bid rolling
Joe Schmidt’s men scored nine tries in a dominant performance in Rome.
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Harry Kane hits hat-trick as four-star Tottenham go second
Spurs comfortably beat the Baggies at White Hart Lane this afternoon.
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Another Grade One win for Walsh and Mullins as Djakadam repeats John Durkan success
The seven-year-old impressed at Punchestown once again.
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Hat-trick hero Alexis Sanchez inspires Arsenal to win at West Ham
The Gunners moved up to second in the table following today’s victory.
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Casey bags hat-trick as Dr Crokes make light work of The Nire
The Kerry champions have won four provincial crowns in six years.
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PSG sink Leicester in clash of Anglo-French champions
Grzegorz Krychowiak made his debut for the French side at the International Champions Cup.
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Mourinho's United stunned 4-1 by Dortmund in China
“This was Formula One against Formula Three,” the Red Devils boss admitted.
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Party on! Leicester make light work of Everton to keep good times rolling
Jamie Vardy bagged a brace of goals as the Foxes ran out 3-1 winners at the King Power Stadium.
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Liverpool earn emphatic victory over 10-man Everton
The Reds powered past their opponents to heap pressure on under-fire Roberto Martinez.
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Suarez and Messi shine as Barca put spirited Arsenal to the sword
Mohamed Elneny having briefly given the Gunners hope via a 51st-minute strike.
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A daughter chose to dress up as her dad this Halloween and it's just the best
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Brilliant Falcao assist helps Rooney open the scoring for United
The England striker later added a second for his side against Newcaste.
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Check out this unbelievable piece of skill from the Waterford U21 championship
Dónal Breathnach scored a memorable goal against Cois Bhride recently.