1034 GMT August 20, 2018
Mourinho powerless to turn tide, United sunk at Brighton
Jose Mourinho has a few stock moves when a match is going against him.
Lopetegui delighted with Bale, Real after La Liga opener
Julen Lopetegui praised goalscorer Gareth Bale and European champion Real Madrid as the former Spain boss celebrated his first La Liga victory.
Djokovic beats Federer to complete Masters sweep
Novak Djokovic finally clinched the title missing from his resume with a 6-4, 6-4 win over Roger Federer on Sunday to win in Cincinnati and become the first player to complete the sweep of Masters series tournaments on Sunday.
Iranians win three more medals at Asian Games
Iranians collect five medals on first day of Asian Games
Hazard rules out Chelsea departure
Eden Hazard reassured Chelsea fans he won't leave the club this month, despite continued interest from the European champion Real Madrid.
German FA boss says should have supported Ozil more
German Football Association President Reinhard Grindel said on Sunday he should have been more supportive of Mesut Ozil when the midfielder was the target of “racist attacks”.
Wilder vs. Fury confirmed after Briton beats Pianeta
Tyson Fury vowed to knock out WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder as their bout was confirmed in the aftermath of the English fighter's dominant win over Francesco Pianeta.
Allegri pleased with Ronaldo despite goalless Juve debut
Cristiano Ronaldo may have failed to score on his Juventus debut, but coach Massimiliano Allegri was still pleased by his star signing's performance in the 3-2 win at Chievo.
Pep blames World Cup for De Bruyne injury
Pep Guardiola questioned whether post-World Cup fatigue was a factor in causing the knee injury that is set to keep Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne out of action until December.
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