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Wolves 1-3 Manchester City: Pep Guardiola's side start with away win
Manchester City hold off a second-half Wolves comeback to begin their quest to regain the Premier League title with a win at Molineux.
England v West Indies: Tammy Beaumont makes 62 as hosts claim 47-run win
Tammy Beaumont's half-century helps England to a 47-run win and a 1-0 series lead over West Indies in their first international since March.
Aston Villa 1-0 Sheffield United: Ezri Konsa header gives Villa narrow win
Ezri Konsa's second-half header proves decisive as Aston Villa break down a resilient 10-man Sheffield United at Villa Park.
Coronavirus: Sports bodies warn Covid-19 crisis could cause 'lost generation of activity'
More than 100 sports bodies write to the prime minister to ask for emergency funding amid the Covid-19 crisis, warning of "a lost generation of activity".
Bryson DeChambeau: US Open champion's coach warns against taming his style
The coach of US Open winner Bryson DeChambeau says attempts to tame his power off the tee will not prevent him from winning.
Unsung Hero 2020: Nominate the volunteers who made a real difference
Nominations open for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Unsung Hero and Captain Tom Young Unsung Hero awards.

Sports News Headlines - Yahoo News UK

Sports News Headlines - Yahoo News UK
Soccer-Draw for the 2015 Asian Cup
SYDNEY, March 26 (Reuters) - Draw for the group stage of 2015 Asian Cup finals, which will take place in Australia from Jan. 9-31 next year: - - GROUP A Australia South Korea Oman Kuwait - - GROUP B Uzbekistan Saudi Arabia China North Korea - - GROUP C Iran United Arab Emirates Qatar Bahrain - - GROUP D Japan Jordan Iraq 2014 Asian Challenge Cup winners (Compiled by Nick Mulvenney; Editing by John O'Brien)
Soccer-La Liga top scorers
March 26 (Infostrada Sports) - Top scorers of the La Liga on Wednesday 26 Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) 23 Diego Costa (Atletico Madrid) 21 Lionel Messi (Barcelona) 17 Alexis Sanchez (Barcelona) Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) 15 Antoine Griezmann (Real Sociedad) 14 Pedro (Barcelona) 13 David Villa (Atletico Madrid) Javi Guerra (Real Valladolid) 12 Carlos Bacca (Sevilla) Ikechukwu Uche (Villarreal) 11 Aduriz (Athletic Club) Youssef El Arabi (Granada CF) Sergio Garcia (Espanyol) Carlos Vela (Real Sociedad) Ivan Rakitic (Sevilla) 10 Gareth Bale (Real Madrid) Giovani Dos Santos (Villarreal) 9 Oriol ...
Santos Laguna heap misery on Penarol in Libertadores Cup

Quintero of Mexico's Santos Laguna celebrates after scoring a goal against El Salvador's Aguila FC during their CONCACAF Champions League soccer match in Torreon(Reuters) - Five-time champions Penarol's dismal Libertadores Cup campaign continued when they were thumped 4-1 by rampant Mexicans Santos Laguna, leaving the Uruguayans on the brink of group stage elimination. Colombian forward Darwin Quintero scored twice as Group Eight leaders Santos made sure of a place in the knockout stage with a match to spare while their opponents remain stuck on four points, two behind Arsenal of Argentina, who also have a game in hand. Penarol got off to a perfect start at the Corona stadium in the desert city of Torreon when Javier Toledo headed in from close range in the first minute after a mix-up in the home defence, who also had a player on the ground injured. Quintero replied in the ninth minute when he got in front of the Penarol defence and cleverly volleyed home a long ball into the area.


All Black enforcer Read to play 100th Super game

New Zealand All Blacks' Kieran Read takes part in a training session in Auckland(Reuters) - New Zealand forward Kieran Read will play his 100th Super Rugby match as the Crusaders look to continue their resurgence against New Zealand rivals, the Hurricanes, in Christchurch on Friday. Crusaders coach Todd Blackadder has named an unchanged starting lineup, meaning the 28-year-old number eight will lead the side out at AMI Stadium seven years after his 2007 debut. I have been playing for the Crusaders virtually since my professional rugby career began and I feel very proud to have represented this team for 100 games," Read said in a statement on the team's website (crusaders.co.nz). "When you look at the other players who have achieved 100 games for the Crusaders, you realise what an honour it is.


Soccer-Santos Laguna heap misery on Penarol on Libertadores Cup
Five-time champions Penarol's dismal Libertadores Cup campaign continued when they were thumped 4-1 by rampant Mexicans Santos Laguna, leaving the Uruguayans on the brink of group stage elimination. Colombian forward Darwin Quintero scored twice as Group Eight leaders Santos made sure of a place in the knockout stage with a match to spare while their opponents remain stuck on four points, two behind Arsenal of Argentina, who also have a game in hand. Penarol got off to a perfect start at the Corona stadium in the desert city of Torreon when Javier Toledo headed in from close range in the first minute after a mix-up in the home defence, who also had a player on the ground injured. Quintero replied in the ninth minute when he got in front of the Penarol defence and cleverly volleyed home a long ball into the area.
Australia to bounce all the world's tailenders - coach

Australia's cricket team is instructed by coach Lehmann before the start of the fourth day's play of their first Ashes cricket test match against England in BrisbaneAustralia's pace attack terrorised England's lower order batsmen with short-pitched bowling during the 5-0 Ashes whitewash and all test sides can expect the same treatment, according to coach Darren Lehmann. "That is my view and I know the captain (Michael Clarke) is very strong on it as well. The bowlers and the bowling coaches have bought into it." Australia, currently playing the World T20 in Bangladesh, play Pakistan in a two tests away in October before a four-match series against India at home. Selectors signalled Australia's intention to maintain their pace by dropping the seasoned Peter Siddle in favour of the quicker James Pattinson for the series-deciding third test against South Africa in Cape Town.


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Jets ease past Lions
Quarterback Sam Darnold recovered from an unconvincing first quarter of his NFL career to guide the New York Jets to a 48-17 win over the Detroit Lions.
The man who reinvented Povetkin
There was a trail of bodies behind Alexander Povetkin, writes James Dielhenn. Not just incapacitated opponents but also former trainers who left him alone, unloved and ill prepared.
Bolton facing administration
Bolton Wanderers are facing administration after owner Ken Anderson failed to agree a loan repayment with finance company BluMarble.
Sky Live: Poland v Rep Ireland
Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill has attempted to draw a line under a row between assistant Roy Keane and players Jonathan Walters and Harry Arter.
victory over Albania.' alt='Alex McLeish saluted his Scotland players as they bounced back from defeat to Belgium to kick off their Nations League campaign with victory over Albania.'>McLeish proud of Scotland response
Alex McLeish saluted his Scotland players as they bounced back from defeat to Belgium to kick off their Nations League campaign with victory over Albania.
'Heads Up: My Life Story'.' alt='Alan Smith provides a memoir of his playing days in 'Heads Up: My Life Story'.'>How Wright's arrival changed Smith
Alan Smith provides a memoir of his playing days in 'Heads Up: My Life Story'.
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