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'Exciting Times' as 5-Goal Man Utd Thrash Bournemouth to Climb into Top 4

Marcus Rashford believes these are "exciting times" for Manchester United after the team scored five goals in a Premier League match at Old Trafford for the first time since 2011 to thrash Bournemouth 5-2 and move into the top four on Saturday.

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Burglary Victim Ribery Raises Doubts over Italy Future

Franck Ribery on Monday raised questions over his future in Serie A after a burglary at the home of Fiorentina's French star.

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Federer 'Missing' Wimbledon but Aiming to be Back Next Year

Roger Federer on Monday said he is "missing" Wimbledon after the grass-court Grand Slam was cancelled, but hopes to play the tournament in 2021.

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Xavi Signs on at Al-Sadd for One More Year

Former Barcelona star Xavi Hernandez signed on as head coach of Qatari club Al-Sadd for one more year Sunday, putting to bed rumors of an imminent move back to the Spanish side.

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Pin-Point Ramos Holds Nerve Again as Madrid Beat Bilbao

Sergio Ramos scored his 22nd consecutive penalty on Sunday as Real Madrid held on for another 1-0 win over Athletic Bilbao to inch closer to winning La Liga. 

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Bayern Fighting to Keep Alaba, Liverpool-Linked Thiago

Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick says he is determined to keep defender David Alaba and midfielder Thiago Alcantara, who has been linked to a move to Liverpool.

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Hamilton Leads Majority of Drivers in Taking Knee at Austrian GP

Lewis Hamilton led a majority of the 20 Formula One drivers in taking a knee in a gesture of anti-racism solidarity on the grid before the start of the belated season-opening Austrian Grand Prix on Sunday.

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Juventus' 'Top Quality' Mavididi Joins Montpellier

Montpellier announced on Thursday they had signed English striker Stephy Mavididi from Juventus for a reported 6.3 million euros ($7.12million).

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Big-Serving Murray Upbeat as He Plans for Return

Andy Murray says he is serving at full throttle again as he bids to rebuild his injury-ravaged career when tennis returns after the coronavirus shutdown.

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Solskjaer Warns Rashford, Martial to Improve or Risk Being Replaced

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has challenged Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford to improve, saying he is open to further strengthening his attack despite their impressive goalscoring form this season.

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