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We clearly have the firepower to score and rather than focus on the overall goal, the team will undoubtedly focus on each smaller milestone. Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain knows there is no room for complacency against miracle men Barcelona at Camp Nou on Wednesday.
  • Adidas Apologizes After Congratulating Marathon Runners for

    Adidas Apologizes After Congratulating Marathon Runners for "Surviving" the Race

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    And now, we can add Adidas to the list. As expected, social media is calling out the unfortunate wording. " We deeply apologize for our mistake ", the company's statement read. On Tuesday, the sportswear company had its very own SMH moment after sending out a mass email about the 121st Boston Marathon, which took place on Monday.
  • Chelsea's announcement on John Terry draws criticism from former PL pair

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    What a pleasure to play with the greatest defender in the @premierleague history. Wilkins, who worked with Terry at Chelsea between 2008 and 2010, thinks the former England worldwide still has a "burning desire" to play football and will undoubtedly be frustrated at being given a watching brief as his beloved Blues edge towards Premier League glory.
  • Tulloch set to announce retirement from NFL

    Tulloch set to announce retirement from NFL

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    After Tulloch's time with the Titans , he spent five years with the Detroit Lions . In 2016, Tulloch played for the Philadelphia Eagles . Tulloch began his career in Tennessee, which took him in the fourth round of the 2006 draft. In 2014, Tulloch tore his ACL while celebrating a sack on Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers . The following year he signed as a free agent with Detroit and reunited with his former defensive coordinator, Jim Schwartz, who was the Lions head ...
  • Barcelona needs 2nd miracle vs. Juventus in Champions League

    Barcelona needs 2nd miracle vs. Juventus in Champions League

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    Allegri said: "We need to keep our heads and find a way to score at least once". Luis Enrique has told Barcelona fans not to leave the Nou Camp early during their Champions League quarter-final tie against Juventus . The Basque club had previously suffered defeats at Manchester City (3-1) and were routed by Paris Saint-Germain (4-0). The rest of the team is expected to be unchanged from the team that played last week.
  • Arsenal deserved to win says West Ham boss Bilic

    Arsenal deserved to win says West Ham boss Bilic

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    He missed one game against Hull, it was not that his hamstring was not okay, but that he started to feel ill in the hotel around lunchtime. The Hammers chief continued: "In the second half, they raised the tempo and scored a goal and they were the better team from then on".
  • Hat-trick hero Ronaldo first to 100 Champions League goals

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    Bayern haven't beaten Madrid at the Bernabeu since 2001, and will need to be aggressive to have a shot at reaching the semifinals. However, the Bayern will come with all their guns and also with their star Roberto Lewandowski . Ronaldo was offside on this goal , too, though it's very close and not almost as egregious as the first extra time goal . Carlo Ancelotti: "We have to avoid mistakes, to try and win here we have to do the ideal game, with intensity, courage, personality and ...
  • Arsenal went back to basics, says Oxlade-Chamberlain

    Arsenal went back to basics, says Oxlade-Chamberlain

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    The triumph - the Gunners' first league away win for three months - lifted Arsene Wenger's men seven points behind fourth-placed Manchester City, with a game in hand. We need to take responsibility for that", he said . "Second half, we missed the final ball when we could maybe have added one or two more and they created chances with crosses and set-pieces".
  • Several locals compete in 2017 Boston Marathon

    Several locals compete in 2017 Boston Marathon

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    After her initial run, Switzer's number became the symbol for numerous running clubs created to support women around the world, named 261 Fearless . Among the runners in Boston on Monday, was the first woman to officially take part in the marathon, five decades ago.