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BRUGES, Belgium (Reuters) - Kylian Mbappe came off the bench to grab a second half hat-trick and inspire Paris St Germain to a runaway 5-0 victory at Belgium's Club Brugge in the Champions League on Wednesday.
PETALING JAYA: Too much football can have a negative effect on a player’s performance.
(Reuters) - Next week's AFC Cup final between North Korea's 4.25 SC and Lebanon's Al Ahed will be played in Shanghai instead of Pyongyang due to sanctions affecting the North, the Asian Football Confederation said on Tuesday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - All Blacks captain Kieran Read skipped training on Tuesday ahead of their Rugby World Cup semi-final due to a sore calf muscle, but coach Steve Hansen was "100%" certain he would face England in Yokohama on Saturday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - All Blacks coach Steve Hansen is leaving nothing to chance in his Rugby World Cup semi-final against England, even the unlikely possibility of a kicking contest to decide the game.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The mighty South African pack has all the tools needed to end a four-year losing streak against Wales when the two rugby giants meet in Sunday’s World Cup semi-final, Springboks forwards coach Matt Proudfoot told reporters on Tuesday.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India have evolved into a "multidimensional" team capable of winning anywhere in the world and irrespective of the nature of pitches, captain Virat Kohli and coach Ravi Shastri said after the side's 3-0 series sweep against South Africa on Tuesday.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - South Africa had prepared for a spin onslaught in India but their batsmen were left flummoxed by the hosts' seam attack, captain Faf du Plessis said after his side's 3-0 defeat in a test series that concluded on Tuesday.
TOKYO, Japan (Reuters) - Eddie Jones, not for the first time this year, claimed on Tuesday that someone had been spying on England's first World Cup training session back in Tokyo after team officials spotted a red light in a building overlooking their pitch.
TOKYO, Japan (Reuters) - Eddie Jones went into his usual pre-match attack mode on Tuesday when he insisted that New Zealand would be buckling under the pressure of trying to retain the World Cup, while his England team had nothing to lose in their eagerly awaited semi-final.