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Son shines as hot-shot Tottenham thrash Palace

14 Sep 2019

LONDON Tottenham Hotspur's Son Heung-min scored his first goals of the campaign as they put their early season struggles behind them with the 4-0 thrashing of fellow London side Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday.

UPDATE 1-Soccer-Son shines as hot-shot Tottenham thrash Palace

14 Sep 2019

LONDON, Sept 14 Tottenham Hotspur's Son Heung-min scored his first goals of the campaign as they put their early season struggles behind them with the 4-0 thrashing of fellow London side Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday.

Inaugural World Urban Games looking for street cred in Budapest

14 Sep 2019

LONDON An abandoned market hall, with concrete walls daubed in graffiti, provides a perfect backdrop for the inaugural World Urban Games starting in Budapest on Friday.

Women's Super League kicks off amid high expectations with Manchester derby

05 Sep 2019

LONDON The ninth edition of the FA Women's Super League kicks off this weekend with a blockbuster programme, including a Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium, and amid high expectations after record numbers watched England at the World Cup.

Athletics: Simbine on world mission but rues Semenya absence

13 Aug 2019

LONDON South African sprinter Akani Simbine will look to become the fastest man on earth at next month's world championships but he will run with a heavy heart that his compatriot and friend Caster Semenya will not be joining him in Doha.

Soccer: Same outcome but plenty of twists in defining women's World Cup

08 Jul 2019

LYON, France Although it ended in a familiar outcome with the United States retaining the trophy, the women's World Cup broke new ground in a tournament full of drama. | Video

Ellis never in doubt U.S. would break through dogged Dutch

08 Jul 2019

LYON, France United States coach Jill Ellis was always confident her team would break down a defensive Netherlands side in the women's World Cup final on Sunday, despite the European champions holding off the usually quick-firing U.S. for an hour of play.

Ellis never in doubt U.S. would break through dogged Dutch

08 Jul 2019

LYON, France United States coach Jill Ellis was always confident her team would break down a defensive Netherlands side in the women's World Cup final on Sunday, despite the European champions holding off the usually quick-firing U.S. for an hour of play.

Soccer-Ellis never in doubt U.S. would break through dogged Dutch

08 Jul 2019

LYON, France, July 7 United States coach Jill Ellis was always confident her team would break down a defensive Netherlands side in the women's World Cup final on Sunday, despite the European champions holding off the usually quick-firing U.S. for an hour of play.

Martens starts for Netherlands while Rapinoe returns for U.S. in World Cup final

07 Jul 2019

LYON, France Forward Lieke Martens was named in the starting lineup for the Netherlands in their women's World Cup final on Sunday against holders the United States, who recalled winger Megan Rapinoe into the first team after she sat out the semi-final.

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