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Algeria win Africa Cup of Nations with freak early goal against Senegal

Algeria won the Africa Cup of Nations for the second time on Friday when a freak second-minute goal by Baghdad Bounedjah gave them a 1-0 win over gallant Senegal in the final. Bounedjah stunned the Lions of Teranga with a ...

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Playing for pizza: An Italian town that lives and breathes shooting

Imagine a quaint, sparsely-populated town, a beach nearby, tiny little cafes and a dozen shooting ranges. That’s Capua for you. It is not a touristy place, most travellers prefer Naples which is roughly a 20-minute drive from here. Naples is ...

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Tennis leaders preparing to vote on Davis Cup overhaul

A new Davis Cup format that tennis’ governing body believes is more enticing for players and more lucrative for nations will be voted on this week. The proposal to overhaul the current calendar-year format of the 118-year-old event is being ...

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Sri Lanka beat South Africa by three wickets in one-off T20I

Sri Lanka pulled off a close three-wicket win in the only Twenty20 match against South Africa on Tuesday after the team’s spinners dismissed the tourists for their lowest score in the format. Batting first after winning the toss, South Africa ...

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s bicycle kick against Juventus nominated for UEFA Goal of the Year

Former Real Madrid star forward Cristiano Ronaldo’s stunning bicycle kick against Juventus in the Champions League quarterfinals was included in the nominations for the UEFA Goal of the Year. Apart from Ronaldo, England international Lucy Bronze and Elliot Embleton’s strike ...

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WWE SmackDown Live: Samoa Joe continues mind games with AJ Styles ahead of SummerSlam

With former NXT Champion Samoa Joe bringing up AJ Styles’ family in the past couple of weeks, the upcoming fight between the two superstars for the WWE Championship title at SummerSlam has become more personal than anyone anticipated. Ahead of ...

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ITF President David Haggerty said he is optimistic for approval, which he said would be good for the sport’s growth. “The money that we will make will go to the nations to put into their development programs for juniors and ...

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