0516 GMT November 18, 2019
Tuchel bemoans PSG’s lack of rhythm in defeat at Dijon
Thomas Tuchel said Paris St. Germain failed to play as a team in its shock 2-1 defeat to struggling Dijon.
Raised-fist Olympian Carlos has no regrets over 1968 protest
More than 50 years after they were kicked off the US team and sent home from the 1968 Mexico City Olympics for their raised-fist protest, Tommie Smith and John Carlos received a long-awaited moment of redemption on Friday.
Lakers ride LeBron’s triple-double to win over Mavs
LeBron James had 39 points, 16 assists and 12 rebounds, and the Los Angeles Lakers rallied to defeat Mavericks 119-110 in overtime in Dallas, the Lakers’ fourth win in a row.
United blown off course again at Bournemouth
Manchester United's mini-revival came to a crashing halt as Josh King's strike on the stroke of halftime earned Bournemouth a 1-0 win in treacherous weather conditions on England's south coast.
Lippi accused of 'slap in the face' as China critics circle
Marcello Lippi was accused Friday of neglect and delivering "a slap in the face" amid grumblings that China's coach is not doing enough to justify one of the highest salaries in football management.
Arsenal captain Xhaka to miss Wolves' clash as fan feud rumbles on
Unai Emery confirmed Granit Xhaka will miss Arsenal's clash with Wolves today as the Swiss midfielder's fan feud rumbles on.
Leonard, Clippers hand Spurs 1st loss of season
Kawhi Leonard had 38 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Los Angeles Clippers to a 103-97 win against the visiting San Antonio Spurs.
Zidane settles on core selection but Madrid needs regular results
Real Madrid's 5-0 thumping of Leganes on Wednesday was its biggest win in La Liga since his first spell as coach but Zinedine Zidane was hardly in a celebratory mood.
IOC wants to 'fully brief' Tokyo on Olympics marathon switch
The people of Tokyo deserve to be "fully briefed" on why Olympics chiefs have switched two events at next year's Games to a different city.
Davis has 40 points, 20 rebounds in Lakers win over Grizzlies
Anthony Davis scored 40 points — including a franchise record 26 made free throws — and had 20 rebounds to help the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Memphis Grizzlies 120-91 on Tuesday night.
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