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MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Manchester City moved to within four points of the Premier League summit as Phil Foden's goal earned them a nervy 1-0 victory over struggling Brighton & Hove Albion on Wednesday.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Reports of Indian discontent at the prospect of being forced into strict quarantine for the fourth test against Australia in Brisbane could raise tensions on the field in the series' third match, the home side's captain Tim Paine said on Wednesday.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - David Warner and uncapped Will Pucovski look highly likely to open the batting for Australia in this week's third test against India, even as skipper Tim Paine was not able to confirm the team on the eve of the match.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Ajinkya Rahane is a "bowler's captain" whose calm leadership will come in handy in India's bid to bounce back in the four-test series against Australia, seamer Ishant Sharma said.
TORONTO (Reuters) - A big part of sport's appeal is that when you buy a ticket or turn on the television for a few hours it provides a respite from the turmoil engulfing the outside world.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - European football pulled together against the odds to complete a season delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but off the field unity was harder to find as threats of breakaways and superleagues caused rancour in the game.
(Reuters) - Four times Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel bowed out of Ferrari on Sunday with one last, slightly wobbly, song of thanks over the radio in Italian and a large trophy as a parting gift.
LONDON (Reuters) - Owen Farrell said he never doubted himself as he lined up the sudden-death penalty that won the Autumn Nations Cup for England on Sunday, despite missing four kicks earlier in the match, including one 80 seconds into the "golden points" period.
GAZA (Reuters) - Trading jabs and punches, young Palestinian girls competed in a female boxing tournament on Friday in the Gaza Strip, where the sport is mostly popular with men.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - With Barcelona's glory days rapidly becoming a fading memory, presidential hopeful Victor Font believes luring former midfield great Xavi Hernandez back to the club would spark another golden age for the Catalans.