Nadal wins first title on hard court since 2010 Rafael Nadal rallied from a set and 1-3 down in the second to beat Juan Martin del Potro 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 in the BNP Paribas Open final on Sunday, giving the Spaniard his third title in four tournaments since returning from a seven-month injury layoff. More
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ESPN FC's Craig Burley looks back at Manchester United's 4-1 win over Leicester.
With all the attention on Wayne Rooney this weekend, it was almost forgotten that the most expensive player in the world had been back in England for a couple of months and was yet to turn in a really convincing performance.
Of course nobody was panicking, but when Paul Pogba is at his best, he plays with a swagger, a visible confidence that he's worth every penny of that eye-watering £89.3 million transfer fee.
Wydad Casablanca's Mourtada Serigne Fall, right, and Shikabala of Zamalek vie for the ball during Saturday's semifinal.
When John Toshack was given his marching orders by Wydad Casablanca within hours of their stunning semifinal first leg defeat in the African Champions League last week, it seemed an act of capitulation on the part of the Moroccan club's hierarchy.
Hammered 4-0 in Alexandria by Zamalek of Egypt, the club's high hopes of winning the top prize on the continent imploded and set off a predictable round of emotive reactions.
Washington survived its first real test after rolling through an easy nonconference schedule. To keep their run going, the Huskies know they'll have to play better than this. Jake Browning hit Dante Pettis on a 4-yard touchdown in overtime and No. 9 Washington overcame a slew of missed opportunities to hold off Arizona 35-28 Saturday night in both teams' Pac-12 opener.
TMJ says a third consecutive MSL crown vindicates his 2015 decision to bring in Mario Gomez as coach
The Crown Prince owner of Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) hailed the prowess of his record-breaking side, who are celebrating their third consecutive Malaysia Super League (MSL) title this weekend after a 5-1 annihilation of T-Team.
Popularly known as TMJ, the outspoken boss said creating history with a treble-league success had always been in the pipeline, and vindicated his decision 18 months ago to sack previous coach Bojan Hodak.
"The success of winning the MSL three times in a row is the most special
Ernie Merrick has been quietly satisfied with the Phoenix's preseason preparations.
Wellington have made it four straight A-League preseason victories, with Roy Krishna's second-half strike securing a 2-1 win over Central Coast on Saturday in Nelson.
Kosta Barbarouses scored from the spot in the 22nd minute to put the Phoenix ahead, but the Mariners drew level through Connor Pain on the half-hour.
Central Coast went down to 10 men before the break when Jacques Faty was given a straight red for bringing down Krishna, who was through on goal.
The Fijian striker's header early in
Palermo's Edoardo Goldaniga scored an own goal in the 49th minute and that was all Juventus needed to win 1-0. Boasting a multimillion dollar squad, one imagined Juventus would simply thrash most of their opponents in Serie A.
Instead, they were lucky to grab a 1-0 victory against a Palermo side that possessed a clear game plan and the courage to attack Juve's many weaknesses on Saturday.
Inaccurate, lethargic and bereft of ideas, Juventus struggled to play with sophistication and surrendered to clumsy play, losing possession constantly.