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COPENHAGEN (Reuters) -Kevin de Bruyne came off the bench to inspire Belgium to a 2-1 comeback win over Denmark on Thursday and a place in the Euro 2020 knockout stages on an emotional afternoon of tributes to Christian Eriksen.
THE game’s elite will assemble at Torrey Pines Golf Course this week for what should be another fascinating men’s US Open championship and one where Jon Rahm is expected to come good and secure his first Major title.
ADELAIDE (Reuters) - Reigning Olympic champion Mack Horton was the major casualty on day one of the Australian Olympic team swimming trials as he fell just short of qualifying in a scintillating 400 metres freestyle final.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Frenkie de Jong might have played in an energy-sapping 51 games for Barcelona over the last season but the Netherlands midfielder says he is raring to go for the European Championship.
AMSTERDAM: Holland defender Daley Blind is hoping to revive memories at the European Championship of their successful 2014 World Cup campaign when the Dutch last made an impact at a major tournament and his own career kicked off.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Netherlands defender Daley Blind is hoping to revive memories at the European Championship of their successful 2014 World Cup campaign when the Dutch last made an impact at a major tournament and his own career kicked off.
A SHORT paragraph in the Playbook is creating a quiet discontent in the international sports community getting ready for the Tokyo Olympics in July and the Paralympics shortly after.
TOKYO (Reuters) - When Hiroki Saito took over the intensive-care ward on Tuesday morning, room No. 8 at the end of its cordoned-off section had been cleaned, locked up, and a ventilator beaming red light set in motion to disinfect the air.
(Reuters) - Pep Guardiola said he is hopeful striker Sergio Aguero will be fit for his final game at the Etihad as a Manchester City player when they host Everton in the Premier League on Sunday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said on Monday that he has never "put the Olympics first", as an opinion poll showed nearly 60% of people in Japan want the Games cancelled with fewer than eleven weeks left before they are due to open.