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McIlroy captures Tour Championship, FedEx Cup.

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Wenger lauds Walcott attitude.

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Wenger: Coquelin left in a brace.

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Bolt laughs off Bellerin's challenge.

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Bilic: We have to change big time.

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Mourinho: Pogba needs consistency.

Jose Mourinho called for Paul Pogba and his Manchester United side to be more consistent in their play.

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Mourinho: Rooney's still my man.

Jose Mourinho wouldn't delve too deep in his decision to leave Wayne Rooney on the bench.

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Ranieri: Suddenly we switched off.

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The Sweeper: Biggest Ronaldo fan ever?

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Cespedes pays tribute to Fernandez.

Yoenis Cespedes pays tribute to Jose Fernandez by putting up a Fernandez Mets jersey in the dugout.

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Jose Fernandez's potential was unlike any other.

Pedro Gomez breaks down the enormous potential Jose Fernandez possessed as a young pitcher and details his significance to Cubans.

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Le Batard overwhelmed by news of Fernandez's death.

Dan Le Batard reacts to the news that Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez has died in a boating accident.

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'Williamson is not a bad 200th scalp' - R Ashwin.

India allrounder Ravichandran Ashwin speaks after becoming the second-fastest bowler to reach 200 Test wickets

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Agarkar: 'Can't think anything less than victory for India'

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Sarfraz, Tanvir stud Pakistan's dominating display.

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The Reverse Sweep: Wish you were here, Piers.

The Reverse Sweep takes a look at who's been doing and saying what in the cricket world during the last 24 hours

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McIlroy has strong Round 3.

Michael Collins and Bob Harig wrap up Round 3 of the Tour Championship.

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NFL 60-second preview for Week 3.

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Argentina narrowly advance past Ukraine.

Argentina downed Ukraine 1-0 in the futsal World Cup in the round of 16.

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Will Barca falter without Lionel Messi?

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Egypt upset Italy in futsal WC.

Egypt triumphed 4-3 over Italy in the 2016 futsal World Cup.

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'Windies struggling with jetlag' - Charles.

Johnson Charles reflected on the West Indies' win over an Emirates Cricket Board XI on Wednesday - a warm-up ahead of their Twenty20 series with Pakistan in the UAE

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Russell anti-doping hearing pushed to September 28.

West Indies allrounder Andre Russell was present in Kingston for Monday's hearing, which has been delayed due to the absence of a key witness

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Sebastien replaces Walsh as selector.

Lockhart Sebastien has been appointed for a two-year term as a selector for the WICB, filling the place vacated by former fast bowling great Courtney Walsh

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ESPNcricinfo Weekly: Simmons sacked, Batty picked.

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