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Lucescu wins first trophy as Zenit coach

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Mircea Lucescu won his first competition since taking over as coach when Zenit St Petersburg beat CSKA Moscow 1-0 to retain the Russian Super Cup on Saturday.

Football

Giroud silences boo-boys with double in France victory

METZ, France (Reuters) - Much-maligned Olivier Giroud struck twice to help attack-minded France sink Scotland 3-0 in a final warm-up game before they launch Euro 2016 on home soil next week.

Swimming

Role reversal for Campbells as Bronte struggles with injury

(Reuters) - Not all world champions could count on sympathy from a rival after suffering a shoulder injury but it is not only sororal love that has Cate Campbell consoling sister Bronte heading into Australia's Olympic swimming trials.

Other Sport

Kewell delivers parting shot to former club Leeds United

Australian international Harry Kewell was unveiled as a Liverpool player on Thursday and delivered a parting shot to former club Leeds as the summer#8217;s most acrimonious transfer saga came to an end.

Football

Defiant CSKA deny Toure's racism allegations

MOSCOW (Reuters) - CSKA denied Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure's allegation he was taunted by racist chants during a match in Moscow, saying they did not hear the shouts and the charge of racism was groundless.

Football

City on verge of title after Dzeko double

LONDON (Reuters) - Manchester City moved to the brink of the Premier League title with an emphatic 4-0 win over Aston Villa on Wednesday as Edin Dzeko scored twice to leave them needing just a point from the final game of the season.

Football

Sacked by Deportivo, coach Vazquez feels 'betrayed'

(Reuters) - Deportivo La Coruna have sacked coach Fernando Vazquez, prompting an angry outburst from the man who guided them to promotion back to the top flight last season.

Cricket

Pietersen book tarnishes England era, says Cook

LONDON (Reuters) - England captain Alastair Cook is "hurt" by accusations made in Kevin Pietersen's controversial autobiography, believing they have "tarnished" the team's highly successful period under former captain Andrew Strauss.

Other Sport

Racism and violence still stain the beautiful game

LONDON (Reuters) - The veneer of respectability covering modern European football was rolled back to expose the rot that still festers below this week, with high-profile incidents of racism and violence bringing chill reminders of the bad old days of the 1980s.

Football

Promotion-chasing Norwich snatch dramatic late equaliser

LONDON (Reuters) - Norwich City snatched a 2-2 draw in the eighth minute of stoppage time at Huddersfield Town, who had James Vaughan sent off for celebrating what he thought was a last-gasp winner, in the English Championship on Tuesday.