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Football, Sport
Arsenal blew Leicester away with a dominant second half performance to secure a 3-1 victory. Pierre Emerick Aubameyang grabbed two goals within minutes of coming onto the pitch as a Mesut Ozil inspired Arsenal side continued their fantastic run of form. Sarri-ball and Emery-ball have been the hot topics in the Premier League columns recently but it was the return of Arsenal-ball which gave the Gunners the victory tonight. One touch passing with flair, pizzazz and sheer lairiness blew a seemingly confident Leicester side away in the second half. Claude Puel’s side have won plenty of plaudits this season, and rightly so. In the first half they looked confident in themselves and James Maddison was running the show. But it was the young Englishman’s opposite number, Ozil, who took co
NFL at Wembley: Chargers v Titans

NFL at Wembley: Chargers v Titans

American Sports, Sport
The NFL’s International Series continues this weekend as the LA Chargers welcome the Tennessee Titans to their ‘home’ for the day, Wembley Stadium. The Chargers come into the game as the favourites having won three games on the spin, while the Titans have lost their last two including a heavy defeat to the Baltimore Ravens last week. https://twitter.com/Chargers/status/1053191382158974976 However, if the regular season ended now, the Titans would win their division without holding a winning record, their record of 3-3 would not be enough to earn them second place in any other division. The Chargers on the other hand, who do hold a winning record of 4-2, are in second place in their division. With future hall of fame quarterback Philip Rivers as efficient and dominant as ever an
Battle at Stamford Bridge ends with late drama

Battle at Stamford Bridge ends with late drama

Featured, Football, Sport
A last gasp equaliser from Ross Barkley keeps United seven points a drift from the top, continuing United’s awful run at Chelsea. An Antonio Rudiger's header was cancelled out by a second-half brace from Anthony Martial before The Blues scored at the death. Going into the game United had only won one of their last 16 games at The Bridge and were looking to recitify that on Mourinho’s return to his old stomping ground. And it was United started the first half well with Martial and Marcus Rashford posing questions down the wings albeit not testing Kepa in The Blues goal. But it was Chelsea who broke the deadlock. A Willian corner saw Rudiger take advantage of some lacklustre defending from Paul Pogba to steer in a completely free header from six yards. From then on it was Chel
Tie-breaks will be played at 12-12 at Wimbledon from next summer

Tie-breaks will be played at 12-12 at Wimbledon from next summer

Sport, Tennis
The All England Lawn Tennis Club announced the news, saying “the time had come” for changes to be made after John Isner’s semi-final with Kevin Anderson lasted just under three hours. Saying “the time had come” for changes to be made. The American was involved in the longest match ever when he beat Nicolas Mahut, with the final set reaching 70-68. AELTC chairman, Phillip Brook said: “While we know the instances of matches extending deep into the final set are rare, we feel that a tie-break at 12-12 strikes an equitable balance between allowing players ample opportunity to complete the match to advantage, while also providing certainty that the match will reach a conclusion in an acceptable time frame." The changes will apply to all Wimbledon events – qualifying, men’s, women’s, mixe
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