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United missed out on the top four but secured their place in next season's Champions League after beating Ajax in the final of the Europa League on Wednesday.
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Ahead of England's first ODI against South Africa at Headingley, skipper Eoin Morgan talks about the strength of his squad and his excitement at facing the world's number one team in the run up to the ICC Champions Trophy. This is the official channel of the ECB. Watch all the latest videos from the England Cricket Team and England and Wales Cricket Board. Including highlights, interviews, features getting you closer to the England team and county players. Subscribe for more: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ecbcricket Featuring video from the England cricket team, NatWest T20 Blast, Specsavers County Championship and more. To find out more about the ECB visit: http://www.ecb.co.uk
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As Aleppo attempts to return to normality as it recovers from the aftermath of the Syrian conflict, local children were busy getting back to sport classes on Tuesday, working on their martial arts skills as the city rebuilds. SOT, Salah Galiya, Greco-Roman wrestling trainer (Arabic): "I've been training them for six months,, they are working well with me, and one day, I want them to become future champions." Video ID: 20170523-017 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Now lets have a quick look at what some of our players had to say on Sunday after officially being crowned World Series Champions. Kye Brown went around with his found and interviewed some of his teammates. We begin off with Cecil Africa. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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After three years outside of the European elite, Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firminio were keen to celebrate Liverpool's qualification for a Champions League play-off in style.
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Anfield manager asks players for final surge to finishing line and they race home once Georginio Wijnaldum breaches Middlesbrough’s defence in 3-0 win ‘When you see a finish line you should sprint,” was Jürgen Klopp’s final exhortation to his players before this potentially season-defining final game. Liverpool were willing to take him at his wordRoberto Firmino landed the first shot on target in a little under 30 seconds – though more than half an hour later they were still shooting and acceleration was beginning to be replaced by apprehension. News from the other games had already filtered through. Arsenal and Manchester City had taken early leads, but though the first half had been a procession towards Brad Guzan’s goal, with Nathaniel Clyne, Emre Can, Philippe Coutinho, Daniel Sturridge and Adam Lallana almost literally queuing up to take pot shots, the Middlesbrough back line was holding out quite comfortably. Continue reading...
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The White House has said Trump will not announce his decision on the Paris Agreement until after the G7. In contrast to the US president, the leaders of Germany and Canada, as well as Macron, are viewed as champions of the climate cause.
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Cleveland beat Boston 130-86 to take 2-0 lead in Eastern Conference finals Russell Westbrook, James Harden and Kawhi Leonard finalists for MVP LeBron James scored 30 points, Kevin Love had 21 points and 12 rebounds, and the Cleveland Cavaliers steamrolled the Boston Celtics 130-86 on Friday night to take a 2-0 lead in the Eastern Conference finals and tie an NBA record with their 13th straight playoff victory. Cleveland led by 14 points after one quarter, by a record 41 at the half and by 46 after three. Kyrie Irving scored 23 points for the Cavaliers, who return home with a chance to finish off the Celtics in Cleveland. It would be the third straight sweep this postseason for the defending NBA champions, who also won the last three games of last year’s finals. Continue reading...
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The idea that participation in Europe’s top club competition is less important to England’s top flight because of TV money dissolves on analysis There is an emerging school of thought that qualification for the European Champions League is no longer quite the financial and commercial boost that it used to be, given the galactic increase in Premier League TV money showering fortunes on all 20 clubs from 2016-19 . It is true the increase in the English top flight’s broadcasting deals, from £5.1bn in 2013-16 to £8.4bn in the present three-year cycle, is a dramatic windfallinflated at home by BT’s serious designs on BSkyB’s 25-year subscriber stranglehold and internationally by increased coverage of the Premier League on channels all over the world. However, the idea Champions League participation is now less important dissolves on analysis because it misses several crucial elements – as well as the actual figures, which show it remains a lucrative earner for the top clubs. Continue reading...
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South African lock forward Jacques du Plessis was handed a season-ending ban on Wednesday for elbowing an opponent, dealing a major blow to Montpellier's Top 14 title hopes. The 23-year-old was handed a four-week suspension for the incident which occured in the game against La Rochelle on April 30, the French National Rugby League's disciplinary commission said. Du Plessis will definitely miss Saturday's play-off opener against defending champions Racing as well as the semi-final with Clermont should Montpellier get that far. He was only yellow-carded for "dangerous play" in the 69th minute of the game against La Rochelle.
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The Durban U19 International Football tournament in KwaZulu-Natal will see some of the world's best young football talent compete to be crowned champions in the much-anticipated tournament in August this year. The draw for the tournament which is regarded as an important driver of development in football took place in Umlazi today. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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The Durban U19 International Football tournament in KwaZulu-Natal will see some of the world's best young football talent compete to be crowned champions in the much-anticipated tournament in August this year. The draw for the tournament which is regarded as an important driver of development in football took place in Umlazi today. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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