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  • Euphoria in streets of Leicester as outsiders take title

    Euphoria in streets of Leicester as outsiders take title

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    Euphoria in streets of Leicester as outsiders take title

    Ecstatic fans rushed into the streets of Leicester as the outsiders won the Premier League in a triumph seen as the most astonishing in the history of English football. Dancing crowds dressed in the team's blue jerseys hugged each other and chanted songs honouring heroes such as manager Claudio Ranieri and striker Jamie Vardy, linchpins of Leicester City's first title triumph in its 132-year history. "There is only one Ranieri," chanted fans in celebration of the Italian boss. …

  • Real Madrid v Manchester City factfile

    Real Madrid v Manchester City factfile

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    Real Madrid v Manchester City factfile

    Factfile on Real Madrid and Manchester City ahead of the Champions League semi-final, second leg between the clubs at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Wednesday: …

  • Tottenham lose their heads and title chances

    Tottenham lose their heads and title chances

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    Tottenham lose their heads and title chances

    Tottenham Hotspur lost their cool and their Premier League title hopes as they let slip a two-goal lead at Chelsea to draw a stormy London derby 2-2 on Monday. Comfortably ahead at halftime with goals from Harry Kane and Son Heung-min, Spurs were on course for a first win at Stamford Bridge in 26 years that would have kept the title race alive, but Chelsea hit back after the break with Gary Cahill and substitute Eden Hazard on target. Tottenham ended up with nine players in referee Mark …

  • Smalling: Captaining United an honour

    Smalling: Captaining United an honour

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    Smalling: Captaining United an honour

    Chris Smalling said he was honoured to captain Manchester United at times throughout his best individual season at the club to date. …

  • Real banking on Ronaldo goal power against City

    Real banking on Ronaldo goal power against City

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    Real banking on Ronaldo goal power against City

    By Richard Martin MADRID (Reuters) - Real Madrid are hoping the fit-again Cristiano Ronaldo can lead them into the Champions League final although strike partner Karim Benzema remains a doubt for Wednesday's return match with Manchester City. Ronaldo completed a full training session on Monday for the first time since injuring his hamstring against Villarreal on April 20 and is expected to start the semi-final second leg against City who were held to a 0-0 home draw in the first game. …