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Late Fernandez strike gives Newcastle 2-1 win over Southampton

(Reuters) - Centre-back Federico Fernandez smashed home a rebound two minutes from time as goal-shy Newcastle United came back from one goal down to beat visitors Southampton 2-1 in their Premier League clash on Sunday.

Keane, Neville hail 'proper' Man United performance

(Reuters) - Former Manchester United skipper Roy Keane said the club's 2-1 win over defending Premier League champions Manchester City on Saturday will give the players much-needed confidence to shed the inconsistency that has dogged them all season.

Classy Kane, sensational Son power Spurs to rout of Burnley

LONDON (Reuters) - Two classy strikes by Harry Kane and a sensational solo goal by Son Heung-min powered a dominant Tottenham Hotspur to a 5-0 thrashing of Burnley on Saturday, the third straight Premier League defeat for the visitors.

It's Fergie time! Old hero brings new life to Everton

(Reuters) - Everton caretaker manager Duncan Ferguson spent much of his first game in charge against Chelsea at Goodison Park on Saturday staring and glaring from his technical area.

Embattled CSA appoint Jacques Faul as action CEO

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Cricket South Africa (CSA) have appointed administrator Jacques Faul as acting chief executive and hope to conclude negotiations with former test captain Graeme Smith to take over as director of cricket next week, the governing body said on Saturday.

Chelsea's Lampard expects tricky test at 'dangerous' Everton

(Reuters) - Chelsea boss Frank Lampard fears an Everton bounce with their former terrace hero Duncan Ferguson in charge as caretaker manager for Saturday's Premier League clash following the sacking of Marco Silva.

Win over Spurs has fuelled Man Utd belief ahead of derby - Solskjaer

(Reuters) - Manchester United's midweek win over Tottenham Hotspur has lifted sagging spirits at the club ahead of Saturday's derby against Manchester City, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said on Friday.