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STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Cristiano Ronaldo stormed off the pitch before fulltime when he was denied a clear stoppage-time winner in a 2-2 draw in Serbia, while Belgium were held 1-1 by the Czech Republic in World Cup qualifiers on Saturday.
NUR-SULTAN (Reuters) -Ousmane Dembele inspired France to a 2-0 victory over Kazakhstan on Sunday in their second match in World Cup qualifying Group D to mark a successful return to the world champions' team.
TIRANA (Reuters) - When injuries and poor form threatened to turn Luke Shaw's dream move to Manchester United into confidence-shredding struggle, his career appeared to be in a downward spiral.
PETALING JAYA: South African Darryn Binder ended his first race for Petronas Sprinta Racing on the podium after finishing third at a windy Losail International Circuit in Doha.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Former Australia international Jake Friend announced his retirement with immediate effect on Thursday after receiving "extensive medical advice" about the potential impact of repeated concussions on his health.
(Reuters) - England captain Sarah Hunter is set earn her 124th cap when the Red Roses face Italy in the women's Six Nations on Saturday, her first international match in 13 months.
(Reuters) - Xavi Hernandez added another feather to his cap as manager when his champion side Al-Sadd finished the Qatar Stars League campaign without losing a single game after winning the final match of the season on Friday.
LIVERPOOL (Reuters) - Rachael Blackmore made Grand National history by becoming the first female jockey to win the race as she steered Minella Times across the finishing line at Aintree on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Rafa Nadal said he was not worried about contracting COVID-19 despite having trained with Daniil Medvedev, who was forced to withdraw from this week's Monte Carlo Masters after a positive test.
(Reuters) - Empty stands has been the new normal for tennis since last year due to COVID-19 restrictions but top men's players like Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic said they still find it difficult to maintain their intensity during matches in the absence of fans.