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Villa end Liverpool's FA Cup dream

Tim Sherwood's side to face Arsenal in final after Christian Benteke and Fabian Delph answer Philippe Coutinho's first-half strike at Wembley.

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1hLaurence Edmondson

Button tweets his way through the Bahrain GP

After his car failed to leave the garage for Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix, McLaren driver Jenson Button decided to tweet his way through the race instead.

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3hDavid Hopps in Cardiff

Pietersen makes underwhelming start to England quest

Runs were plundered in Cardiff, but not by Surrey's Kevin Pietersen in his first meaningful innings of the season. Still, this was just the start of his quest for an extraordinary return to the England team.

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3hPaul Edwards at Trent Bridge

Hales shows England credentials with double-ton

Nottinghamshire batsman makes unbeaten 222 against Yorkshire on the day cricket writers flocked to see Kevin Pietersen score only 19 runs at Cardiff.

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Trott to retain England opening spot

Batsman will keep place in top order for second Test with West Indies in Grenada despite double failure in Antigua.

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3hLaurence Edmondson

Mercedes explains brake-by-wire failures

Set-up changes to the cars of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg aimed at making the Mercedes competitive against Ferrari contributed to the brake problems both cars faced during the Bahrain GP.

7hESPN staff

Tuchel to succeed Klopp at Dortmund

Former Mainz boss Thomas Tuchel will replace Jurgen Klopp as coach of Borussia Dortmund this summer, the club have announced.

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51mESPN Staff

Robertson makes strong start to Crucible quest

Takes healthy lead over Jamie Jones into Monday sessions as John Higgins, Marco Fu and Graeme Dott all secure second round spots.

15hBrian Campbell

Fonfara TKO's Chavez, hands him 1st knockdown

After getting knocked down for the first time in his career in Round 9 by light heavyweight contender Andrzej Fonfara, a badly swollen Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. asked out of the fight.

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Italy edges U.S., Serena in Fed Cup playoff

Serena Williams rallied from a set down to win her singles match but couldn't get another victory in the decisive doubles encounter as Italy beat the U.S. in a Fed Cup World Group playoff.

11hRichard Jolly

Howard: No lack of effort at Everton

Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard has said his side's struggles this season have not been because of any problems with attitude.

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Hingis loses in 1st competitive match since '07

Five-time Grand Slam champion Martina Hingis played and lost her first competitive singles match since 2007 as Switzerland and Poland tied 1-1 on the first day of the Fed Cup World Group playoff


Pellegrini: Toure must improve

Toure has only struck eight times this season and struggled for form both at the start of the campaign and after returning from the African Nations Cup.

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Balotelli racial abuse highlighted in report

Mario Balotelli has been targeted with more than 4,000 racist messages via social media this season, according to new research from anti-discrimination body Kick It Out.

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Louis Smith ends wait for major gold

Briton victorious in the pommel horse final at the European Gymnastics Championships in Montpellier.



Teal Bunbury at it again. The Revs super-sub assisted on Charlie Davies' goal, then put one in himself to give NE a 2-1 lead over Philly.


Just minutes after coming into the game, Teal Bunbury assisted on Charlie Davies' goal to bring the Revs level with the Union at 1-1.


That's halftime at PPL Park, where the Union lead the Revolution 1-0 thanks to Cristian Maidana's beautiful strike.


GOAL for Philadelphia Union! Cristian Maidana clips in a lovely free kick that nicks the edge of the post and in. Union 1-0 New England.


The Philadelphia Union and New England Revolution are underway. Watch along on ESPN2, ESPNDeportes and WatchESPN.