Brazil loses on devastating own goal after controversial offside review

Brazil’s Monica recorded an own goal on Thursday during the team’s matchup with Australia, making the score 3-2 Matildas. The assistant referee put the offside flag up, indicating that Australia’s Sam Kerr was ahead of the defenders, but upon review, the goal counted. The ruling was controversial due to whether Kerr impacted the play or not. Australia defeated Brazil 3-2. […]

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6pm Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Club closing in on German goalkeeper, fixtures announced, Carrasco fee £25m

The Gunners season ended in sorry fashion, missing out on Champions League football by getting beat by Chelsea in the Europa League final. Follow all the latest Arsenal transfer gossip and news right here… Marc Mayo24 minutes agoJune 13, 2019 SPANISH football expert Alvaro Romeo has explained why Lucas Torreira made his shock comments on being unhappy at Arsenal. Speaking […]

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Man City have easy final-day clash with Norwich while Liverpool face potentially tricky tie away at Newcastle as Premier League fixtures are announced

DEFENDING champions Manchester City will finish their title defence at home to Championship winners Norwich. While Liverpool, who lost out in a thrilling title race before going on to win the Champions League, face a potentially tough test at Newcastle. Final day fixtures – May 17 Arsenal v WatfordBurnley v BrightonChelsea v WolvesCrystal Palace v TottenhamEverton v BournemouthLeicester City v […]

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Dominican Republic police: Suspects were hired to shoot David Ortiz

Dominican Republic police director Ney Aldrin Bautista said at a press conference Wednesday afternoon that the suspects in the shooting of David Ortiz had been hired to do so. According to Bautista, a group of criminals had charged 400,000 Dominican pesos (about $8,000 dollars) to shoot the former Boston Red Sox star. The authorities were immediately unable to determine a motive that led to the […]

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India and West Indies to kick off World Test Championship in August

West Indies and India will begin the inaugural World Test Championship with two games in the Caribbean in August. India, currently ranked No 1 in the ICC Test rankings, will face eighth-placed West Indies in Antigua (August 22-26) and Jamaica (August 30-Sep 3). The World Test Championship will be played over two years, with the aim of adding greater context […]

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