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21/04/2019

One-Day Cup roundup: Lancashire beat Yorkshire by one run in thriller

Lancashire successfully defended 311 to win a nailbiting Easter Sunday Roses match by one run at Headingley and end their losing start to the Royal London One-Day Cup. A thrilling encounter came down to Yorkshire needing 16 from the last over with two wickets remaining. Saqib Mahmood conceded fours to Jonny Tattersall off the first two balls and then another boundary to Duanne Olivier off his fourth, leaving the home side requiring three from the final two balls to win. A cricket coaching revolution is under way in Sussex – just press play | Andy Bull Read more But Olivier...
21/04/2019

Ole Gunnar Solskjær apologises – ‘We let the fans down. We let the club down’

Ole Gunnar Solskjær questioned the desire of Manchester United’s players and admitted some will not feature in his plans for a successful reign at Old Trafford after . The United manager said his pitiful team were beaten in the basics of football at Goodison Park, where Everton recorded their biggest win over the Manchester club for 35 years. Marco Silva’s side have now beaten United, and in successive home games, keeping a clean sheet in each, and outstanding goals from Richarlison, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Lucas Digne and Theo Walcott capped a dominant 90-minute display. It prompted an apology from the United...
21/04/2019

Crystal Palace’s victory deals major blow to Arsenal’s top-four hopes

This was supposed to be the banker. The relatively easy one, at home against a team who had hit the magic 40 points and would be forgiven to have sandals and sunglasses at the ready. Of all the hurdles lined up between Arsenal and their aspirations to reclaim a Champions League position either via the or Europa League, this was supposed to be straightforward. How wrong could you be. If Unai Emery was lulled into thinking he could afford to over-rotate, that notion was obliterated as a combination of Arsenal’s incohesion and Crystal Palace’s determination injected the afternoon with a...

21/04/2019

Liverpool back at top after Georginio Wijnaldum inspires win at Cardiff

There is a relentlessness about this title race that is impossible not to admire. , playing catch up after Manchester City’s victory 24 hours earlier, once again did everything that was asked of them to regain top spot and leave their rivals with no margin for error ahead of Wednesday’s derby at Old Trafford. Frustrated for the best part of an hour, Jürgen Klopp’s side held their nerve and showed their class to take the game away from Cardiff with a couple of second-half goals. Georginio Wijnaldum scored the first, sumptuously sweeping home Trent Alexander-Arnold’s corner, and James Milner added...
20/04/2019

Jürgen Klopp says Liverpool want to play – ‘If we are tired, we don’t feel it’

Jürgen Klopp freely admits he does not get out much, no chatting with shoppers in supermarket queues or reliving games with neighbours at the end of the street, though he knows exactly how excited followers are feeling at the moment. “I know because all my life I have been a pure football supporter,” he says. “Nothing else, so I don’t need to read or hear it, it’s football. I know the city is buzzing and I can imagine people want to go and celebrate, to talk about how we are doing, but we are not part of that. We just...
20/04/2019

European roundup: Barcelona close in on La Liga title as Bayern edge clear

Barcelona held off a valiant at Camp Nou to move nine points clear at the top of La Liga with five games to play. Clément Lenglet rose to meet a cross and nod the hosts in front before half-time, but just after the hour mark Juanmi latched on to a wonderful pass from Mikel Merino to draw Sociedad level. The visitors’ parity last only last two minutes, though, with Jordi Alba cutting inside to arrow a smart right-foot shot inside Gerónimo Rulli’s far post and restore a lead that held on to. Elsewhere in Atlético Madrid consolidated their grip on...

20/04/2019

Manchester United rebuild is long-term project, says Ole Gunnar Solskjær

Ole Gunnar Solskjær has ruled out the possibility of signing half a dozen new players in the summer, despite acknowledging the club needs to be rebuilt in order to challenge Manchester City and Liverpool. The United manager’s frankness about the size of the task ahead and the comprehensiveness of the in midweek led to speculation that there might be a clearout at Old Trafford in the close season, with up to half the side being replaced. “We plan to be in the top four, we plan to be in the Champions League next season and we want players who can...
20/04/2019

Manchester City machine creaks under pressure but title a step closer

At last some cracks are showing. This has been a title race characterised by the implacable excellence of one runner and the tumultuous late comebacks of the other. It has been easy to categorise Manchester City against Liverpool as control against chaos, rationality against emotion, Apollo against Dionysius. But at the Etihad on Saturday it was fraught and raw, by a patched-together Tottenham side – but they prevailed. Two victories by a one-goal margin over Spurs in the space of four days has extended City’s run to 16 wins in 18 games (and one of those other two games was...
20/04/2019

Juventus win two Serie A titles in one day as men and women triumph

Juventus overcame their European blues when they fought back to beat Fiorentina 2-1 at home on Saturday and claim the Serie A title for the eighth season in a row. Knocked out of the Champions League by Ajax in the quarter-finals on Tuesday, fell behind to a Nikola Milenkovic goal in the sixth minute and survived two Federico Chiesa shots against the woodwork before half-time. But an Alex Sandro header and a Germán Pezzella own goal either side of the break wrapped up a record-extending 35th Scudetto and allowed Cristiano Ronaldo to add to the league titles he won in...

20/04/2019

Toxic tactics behind Coventry’s slide from FA Cup glory to brink of oblivion

There are a couple of signposts to help navigate the barmy situation at , to understand how a club can be about to make itself homeless again, and face a vote this Thursday to be actually expelled from the EFL, exactly 100 years since it first joined the Football League in 1919. Most important is to be clear that the owner, the Mayfair-based hedge fund Sisu, has no need to move the club from the Ricoh Arena, the home Coventry city council built for it in 2005, to groundshare with Birmingham City at St Andrew’s, Rugby Club at their Butts...
20/04/2019

Ayoze Pérez hat-trick allows Newcastle to ride out Southampton revival

fans are unlikely to find even the richest, most indulgent Easter egg remotely as satisfying as the evening that rubber-stamped their team’s Premier League status for another season. A yellow card that should have been red, a smart second half switch to 4-4-2, two clever substitutions and four dramatic goals, three of them scored by Ayoze Pérez, this was a game that kept on giving. Indeed it was so good that for 90 minutes home fans all but forgot about the enduring impasse between Rafael Benítez and Newcastle’s owner, Mike Ashley, over . By the final whistle Pérez had registered...
20/04/2019

Too Darn Hot ruled out of 2,000 Guineas to leave Ten Sovereigns favourite

Too Darn Hot, the hot favourite for next month’s 2,000 Guineas since a last September, has been ruled out of the Classic on 5 May after John Gosden, his trainer, decided that he had run out of time to get his colt ready following an injury to a splint bone 10 days ago. Two centuries after the first proper bookie, betting’s future is no banker | Greg Wood Read more The injury forced Too Darn Hot to bypass his intended seasonal debut in the Greenham Stakes at Newbury last Saturday and while the three-year-old has been responding well to treatment,...