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Seven of the nine editions of the night race have been won from pole position, and Vettel is the master of the Marina Bay street circuit after his wins in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2015. When asked for his views on the start, Mercedes driver Hamilton explained it can be hard for the poleman to know where his rivals are positioned in the immediate moments after the lights go out.
  • Jurgen Klopp: Why the jury is out on the Liverpool gaffer

    Jurgen Klopp: Why the jury is out on the Liverpool gaffer

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    Had they not conceded so much, Liverpool might've had their coveted Premier League title. "Sometimes when they get beat and you think there's going to be a goal, it's Jack Cork here with unbelievable last-ditch defending and Ben Mee intercepts".
  • United thrash Rooney's Everton with late flurry of goals

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    Lukaku has regularly demonstrated a ruthless efficiency in front of goal, being just one of three players alongside Olivier Giroud and Sergio Aguero to reach double figures during the last five Premier League seasons . Mata was delighted with the performance put in by Mourinho's side, with Antonio Valencia setting the tone with an early wonder strike which allowed the Red Devils to spoil Wayne Rooney's return to the club .
  • Red Bull and Renault brush off 'break-up'

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    Ricciardo avoided opening-lap mayhem to slot in second behind Lewis Hamilton, but while Red Bull looked considerably faster than Mercedes for most of the weekend, the Australian couldn't mount a victory challenge. "It's important that we keep that for tomorrow but I have faith that we can perform on this level all weekend". The prospect of Aston Martin powering Red Bull Racing from 2021 flies in the face of pundits' theory that Porsche could return to F1 with the Milton Keynes-based team, ...
  • Jose Mourinho being 'unrealistic' about Everton's top-four chances, says Ronald Koeman

    Jose Mourinho being 'unrealistic' about Everton's top-four chances, says Ronald Koeman

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    The Toffees have failed to score a single goal in four consecutive matches, in all competitions, with the last goal coming in the 1-1 Europa League qualifying play-off draw against Hajduk Split, on August 24th. Koeman's United counterpart Jose Mourinho said that EPL clubs are becoming increasingly defensive and he is glad his side is able to score goals freely this season.
  • Panthers' Greg Olsen (foot) not expected to miss season

    Panthers' Greg Olsen (foot) not expected to miss season

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    Carolina's defense allowed only three points for the second straight week, and Graham Gano converted three field goals as the Panthers held on to defeat the Buffalo Bills 9-3 to remain unbeaten. He managed just 19 yards on 12 carries. Everything the Bills wanted to do, the Panthers were waiting for. The Panthers beat San Francisco 23-3 in Week 1.
  • Kansas City Chiefs' James Winchester forced fumble in win

    Kansas City Chiefs' James Winchester forced fumble in win

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    Unfortunately the Phillies couldn't come back, and the team fell to 58-91. "He landed on his shoulder and we ended up just taking it and reassessing it as we went to make sure he was okay, but he was fine", Reid said. The Eagles recovered the onside kick following the touchdown at the Kansas City 39, but Wentz's pass to the end zone fell incomplete. Early indications are that the Chiefs have struck gold once again via the 2017 draft with third-round pick Kareem Hunt out of Toledo.
  • Pochettino To Make 7 Key Changes: Predicted Tottenham XI vs Barnsley

    Pochettino To Make 7 Key Changes: Predicted Tottenham XI vs Barnsley

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    The Gunners have won the FA Cup in three of the last four seasons but haven't won any other silverware since becoming Premier League champions in 2004. "We need to find the balance of the squad and we are going to try to be consistent and win games, but it's only the beginning of the season and I think we have the potential to improve a lot".
  • Joey Barton rubbishes suggestions Ronald Koeman is facing the sack

    Joey Barton rubbishes suggestions Ronald Koeman is facing the sack

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    Ronald Koeman has some serious questions to answer after Everton's fourth straight loss in all competitions - an outcome that looked likely within four minutes as Valencia met Nemanja Matic's cross with a stunning effort. "Sometimes in football you get more than you deserve but today we deserved more than we got", he said. The work he does for the team, the way he opens spaces for us in the first half, I was more than pleased.
  • Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to make first Liverpool start against Leicester tomorrow

    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to make first Liverpool start against Leicester tomorrow

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    Let's give the likes of Chamberlain, Grujic, Milner and Solanke a run out but let's not, for example, give Flanagan 90 minutes just for the sake of it if we're going to sell him next summer anyway. Shakespeare named a strong starting XI for the trip to Bramall Lane in the previous round and I don't see any reason why he won't do similar here. A Champions League qualifying win over Hoffenheim across two legs, a 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace and a 4-0 dismantling of Arsenal gave rise ...
  • Ronald Koeman coming unstuck at the Toffees

    Ronald Koeman coming unstuck at the Toffees

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    Their transfer dealings are estimated to be in excess of £140m, a fact that led Mourinho to suggest in his programme notes that Everton should be looking to finish in the top four . "We have played Manchester City , United and Chelsea away, plus Tottenham at home". That starts with everybody, fans, press. Mkhitaryan was in the United team that swept Everton aside, scoring his first goal of the season to add the five assists he has supplied.
  • Populous and Egis unveil masterplan for Paris 2024 Olympic Games

    Populous and Egis unveil masterplan for Paris 2024 Olympic Games

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    The announcement was celebrated in Paris with the unveiling of a giant set of interlaced rings, the symbol of the Games, in a heavy downpour on the Trocadero square with lights glittering on the Eiffel Tower in the background. "Our first step in the coming weeks and months will be communicating to the IOC and the Paris 2024 Organising Committee how our sports can contribute to a spectacular Games and to the development of sport in France".