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Wydad brush aside Zesco United
Wydad Casablanca secured a 2-0 win over Zesco United in the CAF Champions League, Group A game played at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat on Thursday morning. Read full article
Bournemouth sign Ake from Chelsea
Left back Nathan Ake has joined Bournemouth on a season-long loan from Chelsea, the Premier League clubs have announced. Read full article
Silva hails team man Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo is a perfect team man, who is giving his all for Portugal at the ongoing Euro 2016, teammate Adrien Silva has said. Read full article
Chiefs bench Cruden for Crusaders tie
Chiefs have chosen folk-hero Stephen Donald over Aaron Cruden as playmaker in their battle for Super Rugby supremacy against Crusaders in Friday's historic match in Fiji. Read full article
Hazard holds keys for Belgium
A Euro 2016 quarterfinal against Wales just across the border in Lille will almost feel like a home game for Belgium and a homecoming for captain Eden Hazard. Read full article
Bale sets tone for Wales
Wales manager Chris Coleman promised that his team were not coming to Euro 2016 "for a laugh", but his players have been having the time of their lives in France. Read full article
City sign Australia midfielder Mooy
Australia midfielder Aaron Mooy has signed a three-year deal with Manchester City, joining the English Premier League side from sister club Melbourne City. Read full article
Warriors extend offers to Barnes, Ezeli
The Golden State Warriors extended qualifying offers to forward Harrison Barnes and centre Festus Ezeli on Wednesday, making them restricted free agents. Read full article
CR7 v Lewa kicks off Euro quarters
The Euro 2016 quarterfinals start on Thursday with Cristiano Ronaldo seeking a new step towards his first international title when Portugal take on Poland in Marseille. Read full article
Wales, Belgium vie for golden ticket
History awaits the victors as Wales talisman Gareth Bale and rejuvenated Belgium star Eden Hazard lead their respective golden generations into battle in Friday's Euro 2016 quarterfinal in Lille. Read full article
Ledecky wins 200m freestyle
Katie Ledecky won the 200m freestyle at the US Olympic swimming trials on Wednesday to set up a second title tilt at the Rio de Janeiro Games. Read full article
Rosberg seeks Austrian hat-trick
Nico Rosberg is out to confirm his renewed momentum in the title race by completing a hat-trick at one of his favourite circuits at this weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix. Read full article
Gatlin shrugs off slow start to 2016
It remains to be seen whether a legitimate 100 metre challenger to Usain Bolt will emerge from the US Olympics trials as injuries and mediocre results have hampered the men's sprint team this season. Read full article
Franklin silences doubts
Missy Franklin booked her ticket to the Rio Games on Wednesday, silencing those skeptics who were starting to wonder if the golden girl of London would be left out in the cold four years on. Read full article
Phelps qualifies for fifth Olympics
Michael Phelps is headed to a fifth Olympics in the event that launched his epic Games career – the 200m butterfly. Read full article
Roy savours bitter-sweet match-winning 162
Jason Roy was left with a bitter-sweet taste after his spectacular match-winning 162 clinched a one-day series win over Sri Lanka on Wednesday. Read full article
Murray centre stage at wet Wimbledon
World No 2 Andy Murray takes centre stage at Wimbledon on Thursday as the All England Club plays catch-up after two days of rain misery. Read full article
Hazard misses training before Wales game
Belgium's injured forward Eden Hazard, outstanding in the win over Hungary, missed training again on Wednesday and has not yet been cleared for the Euro 2016 quarterfinal against Wales, coach Marc Wilmots said. Read full article
De Rossi not likely to face Germany
Italy midfielder Daniele De Rossi looks unlikely to face Germany in Saturday's Euro 2016 quarterfinal because of a bruised thigh. Read full article
Lewandowski needs more protection - Nawalka
Referees must do more to protect Poland striker Robert Lewandowski who has been singled out for rough treatment at Euro 2016, Poland coach Adam Nawalka said on Wednesday. Read full article
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