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Quick goals seal Arsenal win despite defensive wobbles

Arsenal's defence was bailed out by the under-pressure Petr Cech, and a pair of goals three minutes apart secured the Gunners a win over Everton.

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Arsenal 2-0 Everton: Gunners' second-half surge

Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang teamed up once again, leading Arsenal to a comfortable 2-0 victory over Everton.

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Unai Emery has Arsenal trending upwards

Craig Burley believes Unai Emery has done well implementing his style, but still has his reservations about Arsenal playing out from the back.

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Aubameyang quickly doubles Arsenal's lead

English Premier League: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (59') Arsenal 2-0 Everton

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Lacazette gets Gunners on the board

English Premier League: Alexandre Lacazette (56') Arsenal 1-0 Everton

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Sarri's Chelsea have shortcomings exposed

Chelsea denied a win for the first time this season in a draw at West Ham that exposed how far they remain behind the Premier League's top teams.

Chelsea's perfect start ended by West Ham

Chelsea dropped points for the first time this Premier League season as London rivals West Ham held them to a goalless draw.

Giroud's connection with Hazard absent in West Ham draw

Olivier Giroud's telepathic understanding with Eden Hazard went missing as Chelsea's attack misfired in a scoreless draw at West Ham on Sunday.

West Ham 0-0 Chelsea: Hammers waste golden opportunity

Andriy Yarmolenko had a painful miss in front of goal which could have given Manuel Pellegrini's West Ham their statement win of the young Premier League season.

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Burley: Europa League no excuse for Chelsea's display

Craig Burley isn't interested in hearing about how the Europa League affected Chelsea's play after they dropped points for the first time this season.

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Boxing

Anthony Joshua keeps his eyes on date with destiny -- and Deontay Wilder

The heavyweight champion took care of business at Wembley before immediately setting his sights on his next outing there in April, and landing the opponent everyone wants.

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What we learned from Joshua's KO of Povetkin

Here are some thoughts of what we learned from world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua's seventh round win over Alexander Povetkin at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, and what lies ahead.

What's next for Joshua?

Tom Hamilton and Steve Bunce discuss Anthony Joshua seventh-round knockout and his next outing in April.

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Football

Premier League

Is frustration the new norm for Manchester United?

It feels like a season of two steps forward, one step back for Man United and Jose Mourinho this season as they settled for a point vs. Wolves.

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Liverpool maintain perfect start

It was game No. 600 in management for Jurgen Klopp and the Liverpool boss will have had few more straightforward matches than this one.

Pogba's 'best and worst' on display for Man United

Steve Nicol breaks down what impressed and frustrated him about Paul Pogba's performance in Manchester United's draw against Wolves.

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Premier League fantasy is here! Pick your ESPN team

ESPN has a brand new fantasy game! Compete against your friends or people around the world in the Premier League, La Liga, Champions League and more.

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Sunday's European games

Golf

Will he fly, or will he fold? What to expect from Tour Championship leader Tiger Woods

It's been a long time since Tiger Woods has been in a winning position after the third round. Question is: How will he deal with the emotions Sunday?

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Tiger pleased with putter, overall progression

Tiger Woods cards a five-under 65 and holds a 54-hole lead at the Tour Championship, crediting his putting and reinvented body.

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Tiger birdies 5 straight holes, holds the lead

Tiger Woods birdies on five straight holes on the front nine and carries a lead at 12-under heading into the final round of the Tour Championship.

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Tiger uses hot start to take control in Round 3

Tiger Woods birdies six of his first seven holes and takes a 3-shot lead into the final round of the Tour Championship.

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Sunday's scores

College Football

Week 4

ODU's miracle, Stanford's stunner and the best (and worst) of Week 4

Old Dominion's backup QB, who grew up a Virginia Tech fan, leads stunner over the No. 13 Hokies.

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The most important Week 4 takeaways for each Top 25 team

Can anyone stop Alabama? It doesn't look like it, but maybe Old Dominion should give it a try after shocking Virginia Tech. What else did we learn today?

Oklahoma nabs gut-check OT win over Army

The Sooners were tested at home, but the normally-prolific offense got a lift from the defense to overcome a missed FG at the end of regulation.

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Herbstreit and Fowler recap a Week 4 full of upsets

Kirk Herbstreit and Chris Fowler highlight upsets by Old Dominion and Texas Tech in Week 4 of college football.

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