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PARIS (Reuters) -Kylian Mbappe completed a remarkable week as he scored one and set up another to inspire Paris St Germain to a 4-1 win at Racing Strasbourg as the French champions reduced Lille's Ligue 1 lead to three points on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Aston Villa have done well to sign players they need to compete in the Premier League and their form this season shows they are serious contenders to qualify for European football next season, Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp said on Friday.
(Reuters) - Brazilian top-flight club Athletico Paranaense said it wants to buy COVID-19 vaccines and make them available to fans with paid-up memberships, as well as players and officials, free of charge.
(Reuters) - India batting great Sachin Tendulkar said on Thursday that he has been released from hospital a week after he was admitted when he contracted COVID-19, but he will remain in isolation at home.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Former Australia international Jake Friend announced his retirement with immediate effect on Thursday after receiving "extensive medical advice" about the potential impact of repeated concussions on his health.
(Reuters) - United States Olympic hopefuls said they were ready and willing to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, as the three-day Team USA virtual media summit kicked off on Wednesday, a year after the deadly pandemic forced a delay to the Tokyo 2020 Games.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The Japanese government is thinking of prioritising COVID-19 vaccines for athletes taking part in the Olympics and Paralympics, which start at the end of July, Kyodo news agency said.
PETALING JAYA: Kedah coach Aidil Sharin is keeping his fingers crossed that his title-chasing side will not lose any more players to injury as they bid to pile the pressure on leaders Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT).
MADRID (Reuters) - Atletico Madrid striker Luis Suarez has been ruled out of action for around three weeks with a muscle injury, handing another blow to the club's fast fading title bid.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Japan's western region of Osaka will hold the Olympic torch relay in a park without spectators instead of on public roads, as record coronavirus infections prompted its government to declare a medical emergency on Wednesday.