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Arsenal have matched their best winning run in 11 years after thrashing Fulham 5-1 to make it nine successive victories in all competitions. But in the second half it was rampant from Arsenal as Lacazette got his second, substitute Aaron Ramsey scored 38 seconds after coming on and Aubameyang rounded off the afternoon with two goals of his from the bench.
  • Drew Brees needs 201 yards to pass Peyton Manning

    Drew Brees needs 201 yards to pass Peyton Manning

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    Quarterback Alex Smith struggled against the Saints' defense. Brees exited the game at the two-minute warning in the fourth quarter. He ran for a short touchdown late in the first half that pulled Washington within 26-13. The two-time Pro Bowl running back quickly silenced that talk. This game, however, was by far the worst of the four weeks. It was the first time in his career that he's been away from a team at any level, and he made his presence felt when he returned to the field.
  • National Football League players, LeBron react to Drew Brees becoming all-time passing leader

    National Football League players, LeBron react to Drew Brees becoming all-time passing leader

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    A second-round pick by the Chargers in 2001 after setting records at Purdue, Brees spent five seasons in San Diego as his career got off to a somewhat slow start. Even at 39 years old, the same age Manning was when he last threw a pass, Brees is still playing like one of the of the NFL's best quarterbacks. Brees surpassed Hall-of-Famer Johnny Unitas' streak of 47 straight - which had stood since 1960.
  • FA to investigate allegations Jose Mourinho swore in Portuguese

    FA to investigate allegations Jose Mourinho swore in Portuguese

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    It was claimed Mourinho would be dismissed as United boss irrespective of his team's result at home to Newcastle United on Saturday evening. The left back has been criticised heavily by Mourinho over the last two years, but has hit back in the early stages of this season with some of his best performances in a United shirt.
  • Twitter reacts Manchester City held to goalless draw by Liverpool

    Twitter reacts Manchester City held to goalless draw by Liverpool

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    Yet he was typically tough on himself after gifting the late penalty by diving in on substitute Leroy Sane , with the towering centre half insisting it is lesson he must learn swiftly. The good news for Liverpool is that, now the defensive problems seem to have been solved, they can win matches even when the front three aren't performing.
  • Pakistan vs Australia: Dubai witnesses a rare instance in Test cricket

    Pakistan vs Australia: Dubai witnesses a rare instance in Test cricket

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    It was only after tea that Australia were able to take wickets, with off-spinner Nathan Lyon getting Imam caught behind in the 63rd over of the day. He was finally dismissed by Nathan Lyon, caught behind as he tried to cut the off-spinner, having easily surpassed his previous best of 76 made against Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi a year ago.
  • Hogs battle, but No. 1 Tide roll in 65-31 rout

    Hogs battle, but No. 1 Tide roll in 65-31 rout

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    He went 10-for-12 with 334 yards and four touchdowns, and he was averaging 27.8 yards per pass. That included a 102-yard performance on the ground from sophomore tailback Rakeem Boyd, who carried the ball 15 times. "We gave up entirely too many big plays and I thought when you saw the ball in space, you definitely saw the true team speed that they have when they get the ball in space and they were able to make some major plays there".
  • First five nominees for Ballon d'Or announced

    First five nominees for Ballon d'Or announced

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    The Ballon d'Or is run by France Football , after confirmation this year Fifa had broken away from the award. The 30 candidates for the annual prize, presented by France Football magazine, were revealed on Monday - with the Reds quartet confirmed among the nominees.
  • Zidane’s Agent Gives Important Update On United Rumours

    Zidane’s Agent Gives Important Update On United Rumours

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    He never made clear why, but it's safe to say he was being sarcastic. Going in 2-0 behind thanks to two quick goals within the first 10 minutes from Kenedy and Muto, rumours surrounding Jose Mourinho's impending departure had scarcely abated as attention turned toward Rio Ferdinand and Paul Scholes in the BT studio.
  • Mourinho's mouth out of control: Scholes

    Mourinho's mouth out of control: Scholes

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    Much has been made about the performances of the likes of Paul Pogba , Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku as the team struggle for consistency. According to the report by UK Sun, some Manchester United chiefs have lost the faith in Jose Mourinho handling the club and they are now waiting for the outcome of the next game.
  • Boston Red Sox to start Nathan Eovaldi in Game 3 of ALDS

    Boston Red Sox to start Nathan Eovaldi in Game 3 of ALDS

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    They've hit just one homer off him in five starts this season, but until that meaningless game in September, they had scored 11 runs in 231⁄3 innings off him. "I'm just looking for something in the zone-a good pitch to hit in the zone, high", Sanchez said through an interpreter, touching on the Price cutter he hammered for a home run over the Green Monster to lead off the top of the second.
  • Results and updates from UFC 229

    Results and updates from UFC 229

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    De La Hoya's account seemed to blame McGregor fans for the incident, which was caused when Khabib targetted Dillon Danis in the crowd. McGregor has been accused of crossing lines in his attempts to hype the fight, which is expected to smash the previous pay-per-view buyrate record when official figures are released.
  • Davante Adams To Miss Another Practice

    Davante Adams To Miss Another Practice

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    That's now two missed practices for Adams, which isn't a good sign for his availability on Sunday against the Lions. The fifth-year receiver set the tone for the offense early on, lining up both in the slot and on the perimeter. It was the mistakes from the kicking game that ultimately cost the Packers a win. But the Packers have put up point with unproven youngsters before. "It's about putting it in and not waiting until the last minute".
  • Panthers S Reid will start against Giants

    Panthers S Reid will start against Giants

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    The Giants lost on a 63-yard field with one second remaining on Sunday. DEFENDING RUSHING QBS: The Giants' defense has struggled against opposing quarterbacks in the run game. And that's without mentioning the blown 11-point fourth quarter lead the team had, or the 14-point cushion that slipped away in the first half. "Eric is going to be ready to play ball this weekend and he's going to help the Carolina Panthers win".
  • Aaron Ramsey wonder goal stuns Fulham, Chelsea beat Southampton

    Aaron Ramsey wonder goal stuns Fulham, Chelsea beat Southampton

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    Frenchman Lacazette claimed the opening goal of the London derby at Craven Cottage when he spun on Nacho Monreal's cutback before drilling the ball past Marcus Bettinelli. It was a significant statement of intent from a team widely written off ahead of Emery's first season in charge. Following the game, Keown appears to have criticised Ozil for missing the game and stated that Arsenal did not miss the ex-Germany global.
  • Mourinho reveals board backing after United's stunning win over Newcastle

    Mourinho reveals board backing after United's stunning win over Newcastle

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    Romelu Lukaku described Alexis Sanchez as one of the hardest-working players he has seen after watching him score the winning goal for Manchester United against Newcastle United on Saturday. Whatever their differences, these were not players happy to lie down and watch their manager take the bullet. "At half-time, we are losing 2-0 and I know we can do better [than] we are doing".