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MONGOMO, Equatorial Guinea (Reuters) - Senegal beat Ghana 2-1 in an electrifying African Cup of Nations Group C opener after substitute Moussa Sow scored a dramatic winner with almost the last kick of the game on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - A change of tactics reaped rewards as a new, more subdued but more solid Arsenal arrived at Manchester City on Sunday, saw less of the ball than usual yet still masterfully outplayed the champions.
EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Wales weathered a fierce Scotland onslaught to kick-start their Six Nations campaign with a frenetic 26-23 victory at a sun-kissed Murrayfield on Sunday.
LONDON (Reuters) - AS Monaco gave Arsenal a lesson in patient, counter-attacking football to win their Champions League last 16 first leg-match 3-1 in London on Wednesday, heaping more European agony on Arsene Wenger.
BERLIN (Reuters) - An unexploded World War II bomb was found near Borussia Dortmund's stadium on Thursday, forcing the Bundesliga club to shut down some of their operations.
ZAGREB (Reuters) - Croatia edged towards the Euro 2016 finals with a 5-1 home win over Norway in their Group H qualifier on Saturday but coach Niko Kovac was still not totally happy with the performance.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Almost exactly four years to the day since former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner stood in the lobby of the Baur au Lac hotel and warned FIFA a "football tsunami" was about to hit it, his words have finally came true.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - FIFA vice president Issa Hayatou said the arrest of officials from world football's governing body in Zurich last week at the behest of the U.S. Justice department should have been carried out on American soil.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - South America's top football competition kicked off on Thursday amid fireworks and razzmatazz, as football fans across the continent tried to forget the corruption scandals plaguing the sport and concentrate on events on the pitch.
BERLIN (Reuters) - No one has brought more shame on FIFA than its president Sepp Blatter and he should step aside for a younger leader, the organisation's former vice president Jack Warner has said.