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Olympiakos Stuns Arsenal 3-2 in Champions League

A goalkeeping blunder by David Ospina helped Olympiakos beat Arsenal 3-2 in the Champions League on Tuesday and leave the Gunners in real danger of its first group-stage exit in 16 years.

Ospina fumbled a corner over his line to give the visitors a 2-1 first-half lead, and substitute Alfred Finnbogason scored the winner in the 66th minute — almost immediately after Alexis Sanchez had drawn Arsenal level.

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Iniesta Joins Messi on Barcelona's Injured List

Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta has hurt a leg muscle and will join Lionel Messi on the European champion's injured list.

Iniesta asked to be replaced in the 60th minute of Barcelona's 2-1 comeback win over Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League on Tuesday.

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Grosjean to Leave Lotus for Haas F1 Team

French driver Romain Grosjean, winless in five Formula One seasons, was named Tuesday as the new driver for the Haas F1 Team that will enter the series next year.

The first American-led F1 entry in 30 years has an experienced driver as 29-year-old Grosjean, with 10 podiums in 78 F1 races, announced his departure from the financially struggling Lotus squad at the team's North Carolina headquarters.

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Van Gaal Hints at Delaying 'Paradise' for United

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has hinted he could stay on at Old Trafford beyond his current contract.

The Dutchman has previously stated that he will retire from football when his deal with United expires in 2017 to spend more time with his wife Truus at their villa in Portugal.

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Sauber, Force India Lodge EU Complaints

Second-tier Formula One teams Sauber and Force India lodged official complaints with the EU's competition regulator, a spokesman said on Tuesday, alleging the sport's governing body mismanages prize money.

The formal complaint accuses Formula One, which is run by controversial sports mogul Bernie Ecclestone, of unlawfully dividing revenues.

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Carpi Fires Coach 6 Matches into Debut Serie A Season

Last-place Carpi has fired coach Fabrizio Castori six matches into its first Serie A season.

Carpi made the announcement Monday without immediately naming a replacement.

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Everton Rallies to Beat West Brom 3-2 in Premier League

Romelu Lukaku scored two goals and set up another against his former club as Everton rallied from two goals down to beat West Bromwich Albion 3-2 Monday in the Premier League.

Lukaku slotted in the winner in the 84th minute with his second attempt after a cross from Gerard Deulofeu to complete the second-half comeback and lift Everton to fifth in the standings.

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Durant back, Oklahoma City Thunder Set Sights on NBA Title

Kevin Durant couldn't help himself.

While recovering from surgery on his broken right foot, the Oklahoma City Thunder star put himself through the agony of watching Golden State win the NBA title. The Thunder were among the favorites last season before Durant was injured.

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Kobe Not Quite Ready for Retirement in 20th Year with Lakers

The third-leading scorer in NBA history had only the faintest smirk when he stood in front of the photographers in his gold jersey Monday and held up a white sign reading: "Kobe Bryant."

Even heading into his 20th season, Bryant isn't exempted from the Los Angeles Lakers' regular preseason rites like the media day that precedes the start of training camp. The little things don't appear to bother Bryant as much as they might have when he was closer to championship parades than retirement parties.

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Button Staying at McLaren, Says Dennis

Britain's Jenson Button looks set to stay with McLaren next season despite speculation of a rift with team boss Ron Dennis over contract talks.

The 35-year-old's Formula One future was the subject of intense scrutiny at the Japanese Grand Prix over the weekend after suggesting he had fallen out of love with the sport.

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