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However, Zinedine Zidane's men found a response before half-time as they eventually progressed 4-2 on aggregate, setting up a mouther-watering Champions League final against Italian giants Juventus. He was still asking for the crowd's support in second-half stoppage time . That league game marked Atletico's only win over Madrid by a difference of three goals in the last four decades, but it's what has been giving many fans and players some hope ahead of the team's hard task at the Calderon.
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    And with that the Warriors are one more win away from advancing to the Western Conference Finals. Who: Golden State Warriors vs. "Myself and the other 19,000 people in the arena and everybody watching on TV saw the same thing I saw", Curry said.
  • Ravens' John Harbaugh Defends Orioles In Growing Rivalry With Red Sox

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    Bogaerts' first-inning RBI single produced two runs as Hanley Ramirez astutely scored from first on the play when Bogaerts got caught in a pickle between first and second. "Go ahead. F--ing hit me". I could go up there and crush somebody if I wanted to, but you know what, I'll get suspended for a year - and the pitchers only get suspended for two games.
  • When is the 2017 Champions League Final?

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    Atletico Madrid in Champions League . Every match is different. Atletico Madrid have built a reputation for gargantuan achievements under coach Diego Simeone and have not given up hope of a remarkable turnaround against Real Madrid in tonight's Champions League semi-final second leg.
  • Browns trade up for cornerback Howard Wilson in the 4th round

    Browns trade up for cornerback Howard Wilson in the 4th round

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    Offensive lineman Zach Banner and running back Marlon Mack are both decent players for their fourth- and fifth-round draft positions and will also be given every chance to contribute early. Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie sounded confident the situation will be resolved. "It wasn't just a gut (feeling). We are very confident in the information that we gathered".
  • Tyson Fury: I'll beat Joshua with one arm tied behind my back

    Tyson Fury: I'll beat Joshua with one arm tied behind my back

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    With 90,000 people watching from the stands and Klitschko looking on course to claim the fight a victory on points, cameras picked up Joshua trying to engage his opponent whilst beckoning him on. to allow Anthony to get more acquainted, and more of a household name in the USA market. Styles do make fights but I am sure I can beat AJ with one arm tied behind my back".
  • Canelo Alvarez v Gennady Golovkin confirmed as Julio Chavez Jr beaten

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    The 35-year-old from Kazakhstan fights at 160 pounds - six pounds heavier than Canelo has traditionally fought. Chavez Jr., son of International Boxing Hall of Famer Julio Cesar Chavez Sr., is 50-3-1 (32 knockouts), with one no contest. The three judges awarded Alvarez all 12 rounds with each scorecard marked 120-108. Immediately after Michael Buffer announced the results, Alvarez told the crowd that Golovkin was next.
  • Maria Sharapova defeats Roberta Vinci in return from doping ban

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    Bouchard feels welcoming Sharapova into the WTA sends a wrong message to kids, who are looking up to players as idols. Her return on a wildcard in Stuttgart , where she beat Roberta Vinci yesterday, has proved divisive with both criticism and support from her fellow players.
  • Spurs squeeze by Rockets in OT

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    Already down one veteran guard, the San Antonio Spurs relied on another ageless wonder to save the game - and possibly their season. When Kawhi Leonard went to the bench with an ankle injury, Ginobili became part of the closeout group again.
  • Cameron Smith and Jonas Blixt Win Playoff to Clinch Zurich Classic

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    Australian John Senden withdrew from the tournament and is leaving the PGA Tour to help his 13-year-old son, Jacob, who has a brain tumor. 10 and 11 to move to 10 under for the day but parred the next six holes, setting the stage for Kisner's heroics, when he holed out his chip shot from 94 1/2 feet.
  • Spurs turn the tables in Game 2 win over Rockets

    Spurs turn the tables in Game 2 win over Rockets

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    The procedure to fix Parker's injury was performed by Spurs team physician Dr. David R. Schmidt. The San Antonio massively defeated the Houston 121-96 last Wednesday night, but the team lost point guard Tony Parker in the process. The Frenchman had to be carried off the floor by teammates with 8:43 remaining after suffering a left leg injury. "What is hard is to see him limping and hurting now", said Manu Ginobili , who has played 15 seasons with Parker.