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Cristiano Ronaldo brings scores level after Alvaro Morata gave hosts early lead against his former club in Champions League semi-final first leg.

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A champion of the mind

Bingham casts off his 'bottler' tag to prove his strength and that of a much-maligned sport, writes Simon Barnes.

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Searching for Spinks

Steve Bunce tries to picks his way through the mess the Mayweather-Pacquaio superfight - 'the biggest event in Las Vegas history' - left behind.

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Bingham triumphs in dramatic Crucible final

Stuart Bingham completed an astonishing transition from journeyman to king of the Crucible as he beat Shaun Murphy 18-15 to take the World Championship title.

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Greaves' recovery from stroke to be 'long'

Jimmy Greaves is aware of the seriousness of the stroke he suffered, the former England striker's wife Irene has revealed.

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Robson pulls out of French Open

Former British No. 1 has set her sights on the grass-court season and Wimbledon after not being fit enough for Roland Garros.

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Drogba refuses to be drawn on future

Didier Drogba has refused to be drawn on his future at Chelsea beyond the end of the season after winning his fourth Premier League title.

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Wiggins hoping to set the benchmark

British cycling star confident of breaking Alex Dowsett's newly-set Hour Record in London next month - and is encouraging others to go after him.



Ronaldo stays onside and gets behind the Juve defence, but his low shot on a tough angle is well wide of the far post. UCL


Toni Kroos with a low shot from distance, but Buffon makes the diving save.


GOAL JUVE! Morata scores! Tevez's shot is saved by Casillas, but he pushes it right to Morata who taps it in! 1-0!


YELLOW: Bonucci is booked for a challenge on Bale. Dangerous free-kick here.


Six years ago today, at the Emirates, Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice for Man United in the #UCL semifinals vs. Arsenal.