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Nadal beats Nishikori to win Barcelona Open

Spaniard ends Nishikori's two-year hold on the trophy to land his ninth title in Barcelona.

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Manchester United reach FA Cup final

Martial scores the winner in the 93rd minute as van Gaal's team beats Everton at Wembley.

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Chinese GP: Rosberg makes it three out of three

German extends lead over team mate and world champion Hamilton who finished seventh after starting last.

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Kobe Bryant: LA Lakers win NBA star's farewell game

"Greatest" LA Lakers star scores season-high 60 points before calling time on his 20-year NBA career.

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Swiss police raid UEFA as offshore tax scandal spreads

Europe football body scoured for contract mentioned in the Panama Papers with broadcast rights allegedly sold for cheap.

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West Indies win cricket World Twenty20 final

Caribbean side beat England by four wickets in thrilling final held in Indian city of Kolkata.

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Amnesty: Qatar World Cup stadium workers suffer abuse

Living conditions and delayed salaries among concerns raised but Qatar says reforms are being implemented.

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Johan Cruyff, Dutch football icon, dies at 68

The former Ajax, Barcelona and Holland star was diagnosed with lung cancer in late October.

Johan Cruyff

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Qatar World Cup 2022 fans could be housed in tents

Football fans could be sleeping under the stars and on cruise ships as organisers explore a range of accommodations.

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FIFA says members sold World Cup votes multiple times

World football's governing body file for compensation in US as a victim of corruption by former officials.

Gianni Infantino, FIFA President

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