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Highlights: Borussia Dortmund 0-0 VfB Stuttgart

Borussia Dortmund were held to a draw for the second time in succession by Stuttgart, only this time there were no goals at the Westfalenstadion.

(03:17) | November 4, 2012



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Highlights: Stuttgart 0-1 Augsburg

Bundesliga: Stuttgart remain bottom of the Bundesliga after slumping to their third straight defeat, going down 1-0 at home to Augsburg.

(01:13) | Nov 24, 2014

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WATCH: Wolf saves Arslan from terrible miss

Bundesliga: Watch as Werder Bremen's goalkeeper accidentally parried the ball into his own net.

(00:31) | Nov 24, 2014

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Bundesliga: Top 5 goals of week 12

Bundesliga: Relive the best goals of week 12 in the Bundesliga, highlighted by Mario Gotze's long-range effort.

(01:48) | Nov 24, 2014

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Thai player barred from Asian cup

International Football: Thai star Teerasil Dangda will miss the Suzuki Cup to stay with his Spanish Primera League club Almeria because he is barred contractually from playing in non-FIFA certified tournaments.

(01:29) | Nov 24, 2014

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Title defence special for Stenson

Golf Video: Henrik Stenson felt special after defending his Dubai Tour Championship title on Sunday.

(01:14) | Nov 24, 2014

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Rio 2016 mascots revealed

Olympics: The mascots for the 2016 Rio Olympic and Olympic games have been unveiled on Brazilian television.

(00:42) | Nov 24, 2014

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Federer, Switzerland claim first Davis Cup

Tennis Video: Roger Federer sealed Switzerland's first Davis Cup win with a straight sets win over France's Richard Gasquet.

(01:37) | Nov 24, 2014

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Gasquet, Tsonga disappointed with Davis Cup defeat

Tennis Video: France's Richard Gasquet was deeply disappointed with his three-set defeat to Roger Federer which surrendered the Davis Cup to Switzerland.

(00:40) | Nov 24, 2014

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McIlroy: Victory would've been a surprise

Golf Video: World number one Rory McIlroy admitted he would have been surprised if his 14-under clinched the season-end DP World Tour Final after finishing in a three-way tie for second.

(01:38) | Nov 24, 2014

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