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  • Koeman delivers Pelle warning

    Koeman delivers Pelle warning

    Omnisport
    Koeman delivers Pelle warning

    Ronald Koeman has warned Graziano Pelle he must do more if he is to force his way back into the Southampton first team. …

  • Southampton's Mane man leaves Man City reeling

    Southampton's Mane man leaves Man City reeling

    Reuters
    Southampton's Mane man leaves Man City reeling

    Southampton 4 Manchester City 2 Sadio Mane bagged a hat-trick in a vibrant display of attacking football from Southampton that swept aside Manchester City 4-2 and left the visitors facing a scramble to secure Champions League qualification. The defeat three days before their semi-final second leg against Real Madrid left City manager Manuel Pellegini admitting he felt very frustrated. "The best way to prepare is to win but we couldn't do it." The result was never in doubt from the moment …

  • Over to you, Spurs: Leicester 2 points away from EPL title

    Over to you, Spurs: Leicester 2 points away from EPL title

    Associated Press
    Over to you, Spurs: Leicester 2 points away from EPL title

    MANCHESTER, England (AP) — One chance gone for Leicester in its attempt to clinch a first English league title. …

  • Leicester champagne on ice, City crash at Southampton

    Leicester champagne on ice, City crash at Southampton

    Reuters
    Leicester champagne on ice, City crash at Southampton

    By Neil Robinson LONDON (Reuters) - Leicester City failed to grasp their first chance to clinch the Premier League title when they drew 1-1 at Manchester United on Sunday but they moved ever closer to a first English top-flight crown. The draw also hit United's hopes of securing a Champions League qualification spot, although Southampton's 4-2 victory over fourth-placed Manchester City kept them in the hunt. …

  • Ding on the ropes after slow start in snooker world final

    Ding on the ropes after slow start in snooker world final

    AFP News
    Ding on the ropes after slow start in snooker world final

    Ding Junhui faces a tough task to become the first Asian to win the World Championship after the Chinese star fell 6-2 down against Mark Selby in the first session of the final on Sunday. The 29-year-old had been in brilliant form throughout the tournament at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre and dismissed Alan McManus 17-11 in the semi-finals. In the best-of-35 frames contest, there is always leeway for a slow start, so Ding will take heart from memories of Dennis Taylor famously winning the …