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2hJohn Brewin

Brewin: Why Ibra could be ideal for United

While Jose Mourinho and Zlatan Ibrahimovic have so far kept quiet on the possibility of the Swedish striker joining Manchester United, John Brewin explains why it's a match made in heaven.

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1hESPN staff

Trending: Pulido rescued, Germany upset

Mexico and Olympiakos striker Alan Pulido is safe and healthy after being kidnapped, while Slovakia shocked World Cup winners Germany 3-1.

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LIVE - French Open

The world No. 1s are on full display at Roland Garros. First, Novak Djokovic squares off against Roberto Bautista Agut, and then Serena Williams faces Elina Svitolina.

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Tennis chief calls for end to doping secrecy

ITF president David Haggerty believes players who fail drugs tests and receive provisional bans should be named to avoid secrecy within the sport.

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14hLaurence Edmondson

How Red Bull lost the Monaco Grand Prix

Red Bull explains the communication error which led to the botched pit stop which cost Daniel Ricciardo victory in Monaco.

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Owen Farrell: Saracens are yet to peak

Owen Farrell has sent a stark warning to the rest of the Aviva Premiership after Saracens' double-triumph, saying the squad is yet to fulfil its potential.

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12hNick Parkinson

Bellew wins world title with 3rd round TKO

Tony Bellew dragged himself off the canvas at Goodison Park before delivering a devastating third-round knockout to beat Ilunga Makabu and claim the vacant WBC cruiserweight title.

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1dGabriele Marcotti

Marcotti: Real Madrid just have enough

An early goal affected both sides' game plans and led to a compelling match, from which Real Madrid emerged as narrow winners, writes Gab Marcotti.

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12hPA Sport

England win first Toulon title in 22 years

Chelsea duo Lewis Baker and Ruben Loftus-Cheek fired England Under-21s to their first Toulon Tournament victory in 22 years in Sunday's 2-1 win.

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20hChris Wright

Big Sam shows his dancing moves

Sam Allardyce looked to have developed a heavy case of Saturday Night Fever when he was filmed partying in Marbella.

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23hPA Sport

Coe: 2012 Olympics 'not the dirtiest'

Sebastian Coe has dismissed claims that London 2012 may have been the dirtiest Olympic Games in history after a host of new positive drug tests came to light.

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Johnson-Thompson qualifies for Rio

Heptahtlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson has qualified for the Rio Olympics after finishing sixth at the Hypo-Meeting in Gotzis.

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2dTom Hamilton

Saracens bask in the glow of domestic domination

For the second year running, Twickenham is painted red and black as Saracens powered their way to the Aviva Premiership title and a remarkable double.

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