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MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says he "couldn't care less" about the appointment of Spanish referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz for Saturday's Champions League final with Chelsea, despite a public dispute with the official three years ago.
(Reuters) -Seven times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton led Valtteri Bottas in a Mercedes one-two in practice for the Spanish Grand Prix on Friday.
SHEFFIELD (Reuters) - Mark Selby beat fellow Englishman Shaun Murphy to claim a fourth world snooker title on Monday as a capacity crowd was allowed at a British sporting event for the first time in more than a year.
AHMEDABAD, India (Reuters) - The India team management often shields Rishabh Pant from criticism by calling him a "special talent" and the 23-year-old lived up to the billing on Friday, smashing a potentially match-winning century in the fourth and final test against England.
AHMEDABAD, India (Reuters) - Rishabh Pant launched a spectacular late assault in his flamboyant 101 to put India in charge of the fourth and final test against England in Ahmedabad on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) - The UK government on Wednesday announced the launch of an enquiry into the long-term effects of head injuries in sport and will discuss the latest scientific studies with governing bodies and athletes across two sessions starting next week.
(Reuters) - India wrapped up an extraordinary 10-wicket victory against England inside two days as both sides' spinners caused mayhem on a treacherous wicket in the day-night third test in Ahmedabad on Thursday.
(Reuters) - England captain Joe Root said the 10-wicket defeat inside two days does not define his team, and promised to bounce back after the comprehensive loss to India in the third test on Thursday.
(Reuters) - India captain Virat Kohli defended the spin-friendly pitch in Ahmedabad after his team's 10-wicket victory over England inside two days of the third test on Thursday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Fans wearing masks returned to the Australian Open on Thursday to take in the Grand Slam's semi-finals after the completion of Melbourne's five-day lockdown to contain an outbreak of COVID-19.