• Mourinho challenges Martial to be more consistent
Mourinho challenges Martial to be more consistent

The tackle on Theo Hernandez that gave away the penalty was nothing short of shocking. The 21-year-old created Jesse Lingard's first-half opener in the 1-1 friendly draw with Real Madrid in Santa Clara. Lingard also said of Martials performance: "He's only going to get better". Other fans couldn't get past Ronald McDonald's appearance at th...

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  • Mourinho rules out United move for Bale
Mourinho rules out United move for Bale

Inevitably, once a young star has announced himself onto the world stage, links with moves to some of European football's biggest clubs quickly emerge. I think it was clear that Bale likes Madrid, likes the challenge, likes the situation. "No, because you have contacts, you have feelings, you understand things", the United boss told press ahead o...

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  • Bonucci: I Did Not Feel Important At Juventus
Bonucci: I Did Not Feel Important At Juventus

I gave Juve so much and they gave me so much. Something crumbled in recent months, and this change was the outcome of that. "To give 100 per cent, I need to feel important, something that at Juventus was recently happening only in fits and starts", he said .

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  • China's Li shoots 63 to finish third in Open
China's Li shoots 63 to finish third in Open

It is just the 32nd round of 63 ever recorded in a major championship and just the 11th achieved at a British Open. The young Chinese golfer started the day at one over par after rounds of 69, 73 and 69 and he was locked in with pars on the first seven holes before a remarkable run of seven birdies and four pars in his remaining 11 holes on Sunda...

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  • Explosion near Arfa Karim Technology Park reported
Explosion near Arfa Karim Technology Park reported

A loud blast was heard within the vicinity, however, the nature and magnitude of the blast is still unknown, occurred near Arfa Karim Towers. Bomb blasts by militants are common in Pakistan, especially in tribal areas bordering Afghanistan, but attacks in Lahore have become less frequent recently.

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  • Spieth Wins British Open
Spieth Wins British Open

Johnson bogeyed the next hole, made only one birdie and shot a 77. "I understand that leads can be squandered quickly, and I also understand how you can keep on rolling on one", Spieth said. The Open is shaping up to be a two man race. Spieth fired a third round 65 in ideal weather. The final putt for par was a tap-in, as easy a shot as he had...

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  • Wilfried Zaha slams racist
Wilfried Zaha slams racist "Man Utd and Liverpool fans"

De Boer wants Palace to play a possession-based game, which differs considerably from the tactics used by predecessor Sam Allardyce to haul the Eagles to safety. The West Brom centre half escaped a booking from Hong Kong referee Ng Chiu Kok during an encounter which Pulis labelled "very competitive". "The first challenge should have been a ye...

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  • Manchester United beat Real Madrid in shambolic shootout
Manchester United beat Real Madrid in shambolic shootout

Most important at the moment, Zidane maintained, was getting ready for another looming match-up with United, in the UEFA Super Cup in Skopje on August 8. And Lingard was happy to see his fellow forward put on a show at Levi's Stadium. De Gea moved to Manchester United in a £17m deal from La Liga giants Atletico Madrid in the 2011 summer tran...

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  • Chelsea star heading back to London after horror head clash v Arsenal
Chelsea star heading back to London after horror head clash v Arsenal

Aside from Pedro's injury, Chelsea had a near-perfect start to their Asian tour as they dominated Arsenal in front of 55,000 fans in Beijing, with Michy Batshuayi netting twice for the Premier League champions. "He should be OK, but it's a pity because it's a bad period to have this type of injury". I am very happy for this. Chelsea are s...

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  • NIA arrests 7 Hurriyat leaders accused of funding Kashmir protests
NIA arrests 7 Hurriyat leaders accused of funding Kashmir protests

The Hurriyat leaders arrested are: Naeem Khan , Bitta Karate, Sahid-ul- Islam, Altaf Fantoss, son-in-law of Syed Ali Shah Geelani; Meharajudeen, Peer Saifullah and Ayaz Akbar. Of the seven, Karate was arrested in New Delhi , while the rest were arrested in Srinagar. Farooq Ahmed Dar alias "Bitta Karate" was arrested in Delhi.

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  • Chelsea and Man City to lock horns over Arsenal star
Chelsea and Man City to lock horns over Arsenal star

This is certainly a situation to keep an eye on as we approach the tail end of the summer transfer window. The Englishman is target of Chelsea, Manchester City and also Liverpool and has just one year left in his contract. Chamberlain is capable of playing as both a winger or more central midfielder, and was even utilised as a wing back a yea...

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  • Chelsea midfielder Willian happy with form after Arsenal win
Chelsea midfielder Willian happy with form after Arsenal win

The 29-year-old Spain global left the pitch midway through the first-half of the 3-0 friendly win over the Gunners at Beijing's Bird's Nest Stadium after a heavy collision with goalkeeper David Ospina . Pedro forced out of Chelsea tour with concussion & facial injuries after collision with David Ospina . However, the Daily Mail claim tha...

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  • NBR exempts Hajj pilgrims from increased excise duty on plane fares
NBR exempts Hajj pilgrims from increased excise duty on plane fares

Thanking Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for the withdrawal of the increased excise duty on plane tickets for Hajj pilgrims this year, Secretary General of the Hajj Agencies Association of Bangladesh M Shahadat Hossain Taslim told the Dhaka Tribune: "We had written to the Prime Minister asking her to withdraw the increased excise duty on plane fares"....

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  • UGC NET 2017: Official notification to be out today at cbsenet
UGC NET 2017: Official notification to be out today at cbsenet

To round up with the eligibility for Junior Research Fellowship and Assistant Professorship at various government approved higher educational institutions in the country, candidates must clear UGC NET. Last week, Minister of State for HRD Mahendra Nath Pandey told Rajya Sabha that CBSE will continue to conduct the NET for post graduate students to ...

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  • 'Devegowda didn't understand his own Hindi speech', says Tharoor
'Devegowda didn't understand his own Hindi speech', says Tharoor

On the alleged imposition of Hindi on signboards at Namma Metro stations, Mr. Tharoor said that imposing the language artificially would be detrimental to the country's unity and integrity. Attending Dr Ambedkar International Conference in Bengaluru on Sunday, Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, commenting on the Karnataka flag issue, said "There is no...

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  • Stunning Spieth revival seals Open glory at Birkdale
Stunning Spieth revival seals Open glory at Birkdale

The Texan's confidence stays the right side of arrogance but there was certainly no hint of fear from the 23-year-old as he contemplated his task. Spieth, a two-time major victor, led overnight by three strokes after a birdie on 18, while Kuchar saw his attempt slide by the hole.

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  • Akshay Kumar Adds Bollywood Colour To Lord's
Akshay Kumar Adds Bollywood Colour To Lord's

Kumar was also trolled on the social media with a bunch of people including Kamaal R Khan questioning his Canadian citizenship. He tweeted a video update saying that he ran barefoot on a train platform with excitement as he boarded a train from Leeds to London, to make it in time to watch the Women World Cup between India and England.

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  • Venkaiah Naidu asks Pakistan to remember 1971, says terrorism won't help you
Venkaiah Naidu asks Pakistan to remember 1971, says terrorism won't help you

Pakistan had suffered a humiliating defeat in the 1971 war that also resulted in East Pakistan becoming Bangladesh as an independent country. Naidu also recalled the bravery and sacrifice of soldiers who won back Kargil district from Pakistan in the fierce conflict in 1999.

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  • Russian envoy, at heart of USA investigations, ends tenure in Washington
Russian envoy, at heart of USA investigations, ends tenure in Washington

US PRESIDENT Donald Trump says he has "complete power" to issue pardons while blasting investigations into Russian interference in last year's presidential election. In the Times interview, the president also took aim at the special counsel appointed to take over the Russian Federation investigation, Robert Mueller, saying Mueller would be cr...

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  • Piers Morgan Trolled Virender Sehwag On Twitter
Piers Morgan Trolled Virender Sehwag On Twitter

A well-known personality, Piers Morgan is one of the most followed journalists on Twitter, with nearly 6 million followers. India's dream of lifting the Women's World Cup was shattered by England in the final at Lord's on Sunday when the home team emerged victorious by nine runs in a nerve-wracking clash .

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