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MILAN (Reuters) - AC Milan forward Gonzalo Higuain has apologised for getting dismissed against Juventus, the club that sent him to San Siro on loan this season, during a 2-0 defeat on Sunday in which he also missed a first-half penalty.
(Reuters) - India captain Rohit Sharma smashed a blistering century to help the team secure a series-clinching 71-run victory over West Indies in the second Twenty20 International in Lucknow on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Rugby Europe is seeking more information before taking a decision on the performance of the officials in the Belgium-Spain World Cup qualifier that prompted calls by Spanish rugby authorities for a replay, the governing body said on Monday.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Indian table tennis player Soumyajit Ghosh has been provisionally suspended by his country's governing body after an 18-year-old woman filed a rape allegation against him with the police.
POZNAN, Poland, (Reuters) - Rugby Europe says it regrets the controversy surrounding the performance of the officials in the Belgium-Spain game, as the body began its analysis of the match on Friday following calls by Spanish rugby authorities for a replay.
(Reuters) - Romanian rugby federation (FRR) is withdrawing referee Vlad Iordachescu from being a fourth match official in the European Rugby Challenge Cup quarter-final between French clubs Pau and holders Stade Francais on March 30 due to security concerns.
SOFIA (Reuters) - The Romanian Rugby Federation president has condemned as "hooliganism" the behaviour of the Spain players who pursued the Romanian referee at the end of their shock defeat by Belgium on Sunday.
LONDON (Reuters) - World Rugby has contacted Rugby Europe after Spain complained bitterly about the refereeing during their defeat by Belgium on Sunday which meant they missed a chance to qualify for the 2019 World Cup.
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - Czech Ester Ledecka, who made history on Saturday by winning gold in snowboard's parallel giant slalom to go with her super-G victory in Alpine skiing last week, admits she has a split personality.
MIAMI/RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - A U.S. Olympic swimmer has accused his team mate, Ryan Lochte, of playing a key role in an incident that has tainted South America's first Games, saying he tore a poster off a wall and argued with armed security guards at a Rio gas station.