football

Vermaelen out, Kompany doubtful for Belgium

Belgium will be without Thomas Vermaelen against the United States due to injury, while captain Vincent Kompany remains doubtful.
football

Late strikes see France into quarter-final

Nigeria goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama went from hero to zero as his error helped France to a 2-0 FIFA World Cup last-16 triumph.
cricket

Mark Craig gets another first as Black Caps seal series win against West Indies

Mark Craig added another first to his debut Test tour as New Zealand dismissed West Indies for 254 on day five in Barbados to earn a 53-run victory and only a second series win in the Caribbean.
tennis

Djokovic credits Tsonga performance

Novak Djokovic paid tribute to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga for a stubborn third-set display in their fourth-round clash at Wimbledon.
tennis

Murray anticipates stern Dimitrov test

Andy Murray is expecting a stern challenge from Grigor Dimitrov when the pair face-off in the quarter-finals of Wimbledon.
cricket

New Zealand seal series win

New Zealand dismissed West Indies for 254 on day five in Barbados to earn a 53-run victory and only a second series win in the Caribbean.
football

Lotito: Parolo set for Lazio switch

Lazio president Claudio Lotito has announced Italy international Marco Parolo is on the verge of signing for the club from Parma.
tennis

Djokovic sees off Tsonga to reach last eight

Novak Djokovic fended off a third-set revival from Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to progress to the quarter-finals of Wimbledon on Monday.
football

Klinsmann asking USA to go extra mile against Belgium

United States' players must continue to push themselves to extend their stay at the FIFA World Cup, says head coach Jurgen Klinsmann.
football

Ramos: Keep believing and keep dreaming

Adrian Ramos has implored Colombia to continue in exactly the same vein as they prepare for a FIFA World Cup quarter-final with Brazil.
football

Brazil press officer suspended for Pinilla clash

Brazil's press officer, Rodrigo Paiva, has been suspended for one match by FIFA following a clash with Chile's Mauricio Pinilla.
football

Keshi coy over Nigeria future

Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi was non-committal on his future after his country's FIFA World Cup exit at the hands of France on Monday.
tennis

Radwanska wilts at Wimbledon

Agnieszka Radwanska lost 10 straight games as she crumbled to a 6-3 6-0 defeat to Ekaterina Makarova at Wimbledon on Monday.
football

Nigeria victory another step for proud Deschamps

Didier Deschamps hailed France's 2-0 victory over Nigeria, before urging his side not to ease up in their bid to win the FIFA World Cup.
football

Hamstring strain rules Miller out of quarter-final

Roy Miller will miss Costa Rica's last-eight clash with the Netherlands following confirmation that the defender has strained a hamstring.
tennis

Murray marches on with Anderson victory

Andy Murray marched on in the defence of his Wimbledon title as he claimed a straight-sets victory over Kevin Anderson on Monday.
football

Uruguay president slams FIFA over Suarez ban

Uruguay president Jose Mujica has lambasted FIFA as "sons of b*****s" for handing out a "fascist" punishment to Luis Suarez.
football

Swansea agree Kingsley deal

Swansea City have completed the signing of teenage left-back Stephen Kingsley from Falkirk.
football

Diacre not fazed by Clermont challenge

Corinne Diacre wants to put the publicity surrounding her appointment at Clermont behind her and start building a legacy at the Ligue 2 club.
football

Suarez apologises for bite

Uruguay forward Luis Suarez has apologised for biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini at the FIFA World Cup, vowing never to repeat the action.
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