0405 GMT March 22, 2019
Goal-shy Madrid leaves Lopetegui with more questions
The last time Real Madrid went three games without a goal was in January 2007 and at the end of the season Fabio Capello was sacked.
Scholes is right, Mourinho's United is embarrassing to watch
In many ways this was exactly the kind of fixture Manchester United needed.
Ronaldo denies rape accusations in tweet
Cristiano Ronaldo on Tuesday denied rape allegations levelled against him, saying his conscience was clear and that he would calmly await the results of any investigation.
Halep suffers herniated disc
World number one Simona Halep’s participation in this month’s WTA Finals was thrown into doubt after a scan on Tuesday revealed she had suffered a herniated disc in her back.
Lloris only bright spot on Pochettino's horizon before Barca tie
France's World Cup winning captain Hugo Lloris offered Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino a little ray of sunshine amid an injury crisis on the eve of their Champions League clash with Barcelona.
Djokovic credits walkabout with wife for turnaround
Novak Djokovic put his career back on track this year, and he credited a mind-cleansing hiking trip with his wife, Jelena, after the French Open for the extraordinary turnaround.
Australia football body adopts reforms after FIFA threat
Australia’s football governing body voted for wide-ranging reforms Tuesday against the wishes of its outgoing chairman, ending a long-running battle that saw FIFA threaten to take over the federation.
Maradona tells Messi to retire from Argentina duty
Argentina great Diego Maradona revealed he would tell superstar Lionel Messi not to return to the national team.
Barcelona's door always open for Guardiola return, Bartomeu says
Pep Guardiola can return to Barcelona "whenever he wants" according to club President Josep Maria Bartomeu, who said he sees the Manchester City coach running the club's famous La Masia training academy.
Vettel still believes in F1 title bid
Sebastian Vettel made clear Monday he still believes he can win a fifth world title this year despite sliding 50 points behind Lewis Hamilton after the Russian Grand Prix.
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