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Chelsea are a small team who play like Stoke, says Manuel Pellegrini

Manchester City manager questions Chelseas tactics They came to draw and they scored on the counterattack Match report: Manchester City 1-1 ChelseaManuel Pellegrini described Chelsea as a small team and compared their style with Stoke City during a tetchy end to their 1-1 draw at Manchester City that had José Mourinho once again getting his rivals name wrong and accusing Mr Pellegrino of doub

Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace | Premier League match report

A European hangover offered a convenient excuse for Evertons second home defeat by Crystal Palace in five months but Roberto Martínez did not go there for good reason. It was nonsense. His team remain winless in the league at Goodison Park, and officially in the realm of a bad start to the season, because of another display strewn with basic defensive errors. A side with Evertons ambition cannot

Mario Balotelli racially abused after mocking Manchester United in tweet

Liverpool striker tweets Man Utd...LOL during Leicester game Balotelli has been victim of racist abuse in the past Leicester City 5-3 Manchester United: match reportMerseyside police are investigating after the Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli was the victim of racial abuse on Twitter on Sunday following his reaction to Manchester Uniteds shock collapse at Leicester City.Balotelli, a memb

Louis van Gaal rues Manchester Uniteds big errors against Leicester

Dutchman insists team should have killed the game at 3-1 Manager refuses to blame referee for controversial penalty Leicester City 5-3 Manchester United Balotelli racially abused after tweetLouis van Gaal accused his players of failing to kill the game and committing big errors as a team after Leicester City recovered from being 3-1 down with less than half an hour remaining to complete a

Lewis Hamilton: I dreamed of victory in the Singapore Grand Prix

Briton overtakes team-mate Nico Rosberg who failed to finish I want title to be decided in a battle between us on the trackLewis Hamilton said he had been dreaming of his victory in Singapore, which resulted in him replacing Nico Rosberg at the top of the Formula One world championship table.Rosberg was 22 points ahead of Hamilton but failed to finish and fell three points behind. Sebastian

Newcastle 10-35 Northampton | Premiership match report

Newcastle 10-35 Northampton Visit of Bath on Saturday offers dish to relishThe Premiership season is not yet a month old but the cream is already rising to the top. On this evidence the looming weekend collision between Northampton and Bath should be a stonker, bringing together double measures of pace, intelligence and serious physicality. If their collective form is encouraging for the Engla

Paula Radcliffe returns to racing with third place in Worcester 10k

40-year-old competes for first time since 2012 I am just grateful that I can still runPaula Radcliffe finished third in the Worcester City 10-kilometre race on Sunday morning in her first competitive outing in more than two years.The womens world marathon record holder clocked 35min 49sec in the inaugural event as she builds towards a potential career swan song at next years London Maratho

Denver Broncos vs Seattle Seahawks - live!

*Denver Broncos (2-0) vs Seattle Seahawks (1-1)*Broncos seek to avenge Super Bowl loss to Seahawks*Contribute along with the liveblog! Well use your NFL-related comments throughout the game. Email them to Hunter.Felt@theguardian.com *Or tweet them to @HunterFelt 5.39pm ET Denver Broncos 3-10 Seattle Seahawks, 2:00, 2nd quarterNothing doing on 1st and 10, but on 2nd and 10, Lynch

NRL semi-finals: what we learned this weekend

Roosters worries; tired Dogs; end of an era for Manly; Cowboys controversies; reports of leagues death exaggeratedCoverage of the weekends two NRL elimination semi-finals has been so dominated by the talk of controversies that the excitement and drama of the two games has virtually been overlooked. So lets reflect on what we saw: two contests decided by a point after one team appeared to have

St Helens coach Nathan Brown can look forward to Club Call

Brown can pick his opponents for the qualifying semi-final and Catalans shock victory has played into his hands Leeds 20-24 Catalan DragonsWarrington and the Catalan Dragons may have been the on-field winners of Super Leagues breathless elimination play-offs on Saturday but it was also a very good day for St Helens.After brushing aside Castleford with surprising comfortin a 41-0 victory in

Richard Cockerill and Leicester have no answer to revitalised Bath

Bath 45-0 Leicester Tigers pointless for first time in the PremiershipLeicester? Lesster more like, pointless for the first time in the Premiership after being overpowered and overrun by a Bath side who appear stronger for the intense disappointment of missing out on a place in the play-offs in the final round last season. Some of the home sides rugby was sumptuous swift passing and off-loadi

Horse racing tips: Monday 22 September

Faure Island is Greg Woods nap selection to win the Highfields Handicap (5.00) at Leicester on Monday1.50 Landing Night 2.20 Stoneacre Oskar 2.50 Mariners Moon 3.20 Triple Eight 3.50 Alexandrakollontai (nb) 4.20 Stetchworth 4.50 Staffhoss 5.20 Blue Sonic Continue reading...

Leena Gades strategy pays off with Audi first and second in Austin

Thrilling victory in World Endurance Championship Gades tyre choice proved decisive at wet trackBefore the racing had even begun here in Austin, Texas at the fourth round of the World Endurance Championship, the Audi race engineer Leena Gade had said she had not expected it to be easy, despite coming on the back of her squads victory at the Le Mans 24 Hours in June. It was not easy, indeed it

Joost Luiten wins Wales Open to claim his fourth European Tour title

Dutchman holds his nerve to secure one-stroke victory Ryder Cup debutant Jamie Donaldson shares fourth placeJoost Luiten recovered from a poor start and overcame a nervous finish to claim his fourth European Tour title in the Wales Open at Celtic Manor on Sunday.The Dutchman let slip his two-shot overnight lead when he bogeyed the first two holes of the final round. But he recovered with th

Kerry capitalise on Donegals system failure to win All-Ireland title | Barry Glendenning

Recent thrillers mean Irelands national sports are surfing a wave of popularity but the GAA should not rest on its laurelsAs jaws dropped across the continent and beyond at events unfolding at Leicesters King Power Stadium, unbeknownst to the world outside Ireland a capacity crowd of 82,184 congregated in one of Europes more opulent sporting arenas to watch football of a different kind. Croke P

Animal Aid smear story causes hurt and anger but keeps it in business

For as long as newspaper editors are sufficiently gullible, foolish or unprincipled to accept Animal Aids baitit will not go awayRSPCA step into Wigmore Hall photographs rowThe Daily Mirrors decision to lead its front page on Saturday with a picture of Wigmore Hall at the moment when a vet put a gun to his head at Doncaster last weekend caused widespread anger and distress within racing. Those

Unanimous decision does not stop jury still being out on George Groves | Kevin Mitchell

Following his points defeat of a tough but limited Frenchman, the 26-year-old Londoner has earned a third world-title shot Groves bounces back with points win over Christopher RebrasséGeorge Groves, four months after being levelled by Carl Froch, has put himself in reach of a world title for the third time, testimony to his negotiating skills as much as his mental strength and considerable rin

Brad Barritts brave move proves decisive for Saracens at London Irish

London Irish 32-36 Saracens Owen Farrell leaves the field with minor strain in his quadIt was turning into a stressful afternoon for the Saracens panel of coaches, but their frustrations reached a pitch at the end when it seemed their team had been awarded a penalty to earn themselves a draw, only for Brad Barritt, captain for the day, to decide to kick for the corner. Judging by the murmuring

American football can ignore dangers of trauma no longer | Sean Ingle

Study by Purdue University professors should give gridiron cause to act on head injuries but also optimism that all is not lost for the sport Jeb Lund: Adrian Peterson and what our fathers did to usRay Rice coldcocking his fiancee and dragging her unconscious body like a rag doll from an elevator; Adrian Peterson stuffing leaves in his four-year-old sons mouth before lacerating him with a bran

Lewis Hamilton wins F1 Singapore GP as Nico Rosberg fails to finish

Briton takes three-point lead in F1 world championship Mercedes team-mate Rosberg forced to quit on lap 14 Look back through Niall McVeighs lap-by-lap reportFor the first time in four months Lewis Hamilton leads the Formula One world championship; it will have felt more like a tortured aeon for the British driver.Hamiltons seventh win of the season here on Sunday thats two more than when h

F1 Singapore GP: Lewis Hamilton wins as it happened

Lewis Hamilton won from pole position in Singapore after Nico Rosberg was forced to retire while Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo finished on the podium Full race report from Singapore 3.17pm BST An assortment of fans and journos are jogging down the home straight towards the podium, where Lewis Hamilton is being announced as the winner. The fireworks which went off as soon as he cr

Gareth Breese says farewell with winning one-day runs for Durham

Warwickshire 165; Durham 166-7 Durham win by 3 wicketsA bit of a Breese for Durham? Not quite, for they scraped home in a taut contest against Warwickshire by three wickets and Gareth Breese, in his last match for the county, hit the winning runs.Such a climax to his career cheered his team-mates because Breese, who is retiring at the end of the season, is such a popular cricketer in the no

Artem Silchenko dives to victory in Spain as Gary Hunt heads for world series title video

Russian diver Artem Silchenko wins the sixth round of the Red Bull cliff diving championships in Bilbao, Spain, with a score of 522.40 points. He is followed by British diver Gary Hunt who, despite coming second, is in line for his fourth world series diving title. The final competition of the season will be held in Yucatan, Mexico on 18 October Continue reading...

Ana Ivanovic beats Caroline Wozniacki to clinch Pan Pacific Open title

Ana Ivanovic beats Caroline Wozniacki 6-2, 7-6 in Tokyo Serb former world No1 takes her fourth WTA title of the yearLi Na forced to retire due to recurring knee injuriesAna Ivanovic beat Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark 6-2, 7-6 in Tokyo on Sunday to win the Pan Pacific Open and capture her fourth WTA title of the year.In a match between two former world No1s, Ivanovic, the third seed, broke

Manchester City 1-1 Chelsea | Premier League match report

*The best images from the match by our photographer Tom JenkinsFor a few seconds, Frank Lampard looked slightly overcome with awkwardness. He had been on the pitch only seven minutes, in his first home match for Manchester City, when the ball came to him in that position that used to be his trademark for Chelsea, back in the days when he was establishing himself as the most prolific scorer to

Levante v Barcelona: La Liga live!

*La Liga latest from the 8pm BST kick-off at Ciutat de Valencia*Email nick.miller@guardian.co.uk with your thoughts*All todays latest scores and scorers*Match report: Deportivo 2-8 Real Madrid 8.36pm BST 34 mins: Messi plays a delicious through-ball to Neymar, who runs beyond the defence, takes it round Jesus who gets a little touch on ball and indeed man, Neymar thinks about going

Hawthorn won't target Lance Franklin in grand final, says Jarryd Roughead

*Swans forward to play against former club*Has been vital for Sydney this seasonLance Franklin wont have any problem handling the inevitable hoopla of him lining up against his former club Hawthorn in Saturdays grand final, according to his Sydney team-mate Nick Malceski. The potential promoters dream showdown between Franklins past and present employers was locked in after both clubs won t

Shane Watson ruled out of Australia-Pakistan series

*Mitchell Marsh set for Test debut*Ben Hilfenhaus drafted into squadMitchell Marsh is set to make his Test debut against Pakistan next month, with Shane Watson ruled out of Australias tour to the United Arab Emirates. Watson has suffered a setback while recovering from the ankle injury that forced him to miss the recent one-day tri-series in Zimbabwe.Watsons calf injury means fellow all-

California Chrome fails to shine in Pennsylvania Derby

*Finishes sixth at Parx Racing*Journey blamed for tired performanceThe Triple Crown proved tantalisingly just out of California Chromes reach. Now it looks as though his chances of glorious retribution in the Breeders Cup Classic might prove equally as elusive after he finished a one-paced sixth in the $1m Grade II Pennsylvania Derby at Parx Racing with a performance that lacked the electri

Sport news in brief

Joost Luiten takes the lead in Wales Open Britons win bronze in world sailing championshipsJoost Luiten of the Netherlands has put himself in pole position to make up for the disappointment of missing out on the Ryder Cup by taking the lead in the Wales Open. Luiten, who was considered for a wild card by Europes captain, Paul McGinley, made a thirdround 65 at Celtic Manor to turn a one-shot de

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