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NAPLES, Italy (Reuters) - Napoli reached the Coppa Italia final with a 1-1 draw at home to Inter Milan on Saturday as Dries Mertens cancelled out a Christian Eriksen goal scored direct from a corner to became the club's all-time record scorer.
HE has no flashy titles and few outside India know his name. But in the halls of Reliance Industries Ltd, Manoj Modi has quietly become one of the most powerful forces behind the corporate empire of Asia’s richest man.
(Reuters) - From local talents such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Luis Figo, Joao Felix and Bruno Fernandes to South American imports including David Luiz, Angel di Maria and Ederson, the Portuguese Primeira Liga has long been a launching pad for the world's top players.
Locked down in an alternate reality while animals peer in through our windows is not a bad thing – until the trolls and Auld Lang Syne get started. Is virtual travel, till recently a jaded sport, going to take off?
(Reuters) - At the 1972 Munich Olympics, an unheralded 17-year-old gymnast broke the Cold War stereotype that the Soviets were stone faced performers who displayed no emotions as she sobbed on the bench after her performance on the uneven bars went horribly wrong.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - A shy village boy who could not bear to leave his parents' bed, Andres Iniesta may have seemed an unlikely candidate to become one of the best footballers of all time, but anyone who saw him play rarely had serious doubts.
(Reuters) - Sachin Tendulkar compiled a mountain of runs for almost a quarter of a century and reached cricket's dizzying heights by defying a burden of expectation that would have crushed lesser mortals.
AMMIQ WETLAND, Lebanon (Reuters) - With Lebanese confined to their homes by the new coronavirus, migratory birds in the Mediterranean country are winging their way into the midst of quieter city life.