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TOKYO (Reuters) - England's players woke up in their Tokyo Disneyland hotel on Sunday and recognised their amazing 19-7 semi-final victory over New Zealand was no fairy-tale but a performance based on meticulous preparation and superb execution.
YOKOHAMA (Reuters) - Following their momentous 19-7 victory over New Zealand in the Rugby World Cup on Saturday, England are one win away from claiming the trophy for the second time - while Eddie Jones is just 80 minutes away from accomplishing the goal he set when taking over as England coach in 2015.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Organisers for the Rugby World Cup in Japan are warning fans to beware of buying tickets on anything except official sites after hundreds are believed to have been turned away at stadium gates because they held bogus tickets.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Olympic officials used a snow machine to spray a crowd of volunteers with shaved ice and slush on Friday as they tried out ways to keep spectators cool at next year's summer games in Japan.
(Reuters) - Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba said the racist abuse he has suffered will only make him stronger and the Frenchman vowed to fight the problem for the sake of the next generation.
(Reuters) - Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said players need more protection from social media companies, describing racist abuse and death threats directed at them as "serious incidents."
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Fans of FCSB, formerly known as Steaua Bucharest, protested the ownership of the club by Gigi Becali by throwing fake 500-euro banknotes onto the pitch during their Europa League qualifier on Thursday against Czech side Mlada Boleslav.
LONDON (Reuters) - Can team mates be good mates in Formula One? McLaren rookie Lando Norris and Spaniard Carlos Sainz see no reason why not -- even if others have their doubts about how long that will last once the stakes are raised.
LONDON (Reuters) - Just how badly things were going for Serena Williams in Saturday's Wimbledon final against Simona Halep was summed up by a booming plea that came from the crowd: "Wake up Serena!"
LONDON (Reuters) - American 15-year-old Cori "Coco" Gauff showed her stunning first-round defeat of Venus Williams was no flash in the pan as she outclassed Magdalena Rybarikova 6-3 6-3 to reach the third round of Wimbledon on Wednesday.