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LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) - Atalanta's Josip Ilicic and Robin Gosens scored quickfire second-half goals to give them a comfortable 2-0 win over a toothless Liverpool, who barely managed a shot on target, in their Champions League Group D clash at Anfield on Wednesday.
MADRID (Reuters) - Atletico Madrid forward Diego Costa has been diagnosed with deep vein thrombosis less than a week after returning from injury, continuing the Brazilian's bad luck with injuries.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy is prepared to hold the 2021 World Ski Championships in Cortina D'Ampezzo even with few or no fans on the ground due to COVID-19, the head of the organising body said on Wednesday, dismissing fears the event may be cancelled due to the pandemic.
(Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur defender Toby Alderweireld could be out of action for two to four weeks, manager Jose Mourinho said on Wednesday, after the Portuguese initially feared the Belgium international had suffered a long-term injury.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Kawasaki Frontale clinched a third J.League title in four years with a 5-0 thrashing of nearest rivals Gamba Osaka on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Some statistics for Sunday's Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix at the Sakhir circuit, the 15th race of the season:
MANAMA (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton heads into Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix as the most successful driver in Formula One history, and now a seven times world champion, but the Briton will not be slowing down as he aims to round out a record-breaking season in style.
(Reuters) - England defence coach John Mitchell expects Wales to do all they can to distract and disrupt the visitors in Saturday's Autumn Nations Cup match in Llanelli and says his players must be wary of provocation.
(Reuters) - Cricket West Indies (CWI) confirmed on Tuesday the team will be the first to tour Bangladesh since the COVID-19 pandemic struck but said they are sending officials this week to assess bio-security arrangements before the side arrive in January.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Australian Open is likely to be delayed by a week or two as negotiations between organisers, the tennis tours and the Victoria government over health measures continue, the state's sports minister said on Wednesday.