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Poland vs. Portugal live commentary

Renato Sanches' deflected strike has cancelled out Robert Lewandowski's early opener in Marseille.


Ex-FA chief: No regrets over Hodgson

David Bernstein says he has no regrets over the appointment of Roy Hodgson as England manager and that he views Sam Allardyce as a good replacement.

23hGabriele Marcotti

Marcotti: Copa, Euro stir our emotions

International football can stir emotions and make you feel part of a much bigger whole. We all need that from time to time.

Murray, Evans ease into Wimbledon third round (1:07)
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Andy Murray confirmed on Team GB for Rio

Andy Murray will defend his Olympic title in Rio after being named on the Great Britain team for this summer's Games alongside Johanna Konta, Heather Watson and Kyle Edmund.

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8hNate Saunders

Mercedes v Ferrari: Fact or fiction?

ESPN looks at why the Austrian Grand Prix might be the best indicator of whether Ferrari can maintain a title challenge against Mercedes for the rest of 2016.

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Payet happy at West Ham - agent

Dimitri Payet's agent has attempted to quell speculation about the France international's future by backing him to remain with West Ham.

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Gascoigne denies racially aggravated offence

Former England star Paul Gascoigne is to stand trial later this year after pleading not guilty to a racially aggravated public order offence.

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6hAlan Gardner at The Oval

Roy, Morgan believe England batting can soar higher

Jason Roy fell narrowly short of breaking Robin Smith's 23-year-old record for the highest ODI score by an England batsman but he is confident that one of the new generation will eclipse it befor

22hGeorge Dobell at Edgbaston

Counties vie over Hales signature

Nottinghamshire admit they face a fight to keep Alex Hales after two other clubs made approaches for a player who can still potentially make a big impact in a relaunched English T20 tournament.

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3hNick Parkinson

Flanagan vs. Fana rescheduled for July 16

Terry Flanagan will now defend his WBO world lightweight title against veteran Mzonke Fana at the Ice Arena in Cardiff on July 16.

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McIlroy warns Ryder Cup hopefuls

Rory McIlroy says European players who have opted to contest the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational instead of the Open de France will 'regret it'.

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Rewriting the rules: 14 regulations we'd like to change

Dustin Johnson's controversial penalty at the U.S. Open reminded us that rulebooks aren't perfect. So we asked ESPN experts in 14 sports to each rewrite one misguided regulation.

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6hMike Wells

Colts lock up Luck with massive long-term deal

Andrew Luck will earn $140 million over six years in his newly signed extension, Colts owner Jim Irsay said. The franchise quarterback also will take home an NFL-high $87 million in guarantees.

14hRupert Guinness

The Tour de France I love and hate

After almost 30 years of covering the Tour de France, Rupert Guinness recalls the stories, dramas, heartbreak and thrills of the great race.

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Varnish decides against 'pointless' Rio appeal

Jess Varnish will not appeal against her non-selection for the Rio Olympics, saying it would be a "pointless process" that is stacked in favour of British Cycling's selectors.



How many league goals will Zlatan Ibrahimovic score for Manchester United next season?


Poland XI: Fabianski, Piszczek, Glik, Pazdán, Jedrzejczyk; Blaszczykowski, Maczýnski, Krychowiak, Grosicki; Milik, Lewandowski.

Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

French Open champion Garbine Muguruza on her loss today at Wimbledon: "Well, I think my energy was missing a little bit today. From yesterday I felt already a little bit, you know, like, tired, I think is the best word. And today during the match, and after the match, I'm like, It's a tough day today. I feel empty a little bit, and I start to be sick. But I think it was a little bit of combination."

Willie Weinbaum ESPN 

Jana Cepelova acknowledges in post-match news conference Thursday it was a surprise to her that she was able to beat # 2 seed Garbine Muguruza, the French Open champion, in this Wimbledon's first big upset.