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Record for goal-king Vardy as Leicester hold United

LONDON Jamie Vardy wrote his name into the record books on Saturday, becoming the first player to score in 11 successive Premier League matches as his Leicester City team drew 1-1 with Manchester United at the King Power Stadium.


'Fantastic man' Vardy set for next fairytale chapter 28 Nov 2015

LONDON Jamie Vardy wrote a new chapter in his fairytale rise from the wilderness of non-League football to playing for England, when he became the first player to score in 11 consecutive Premier League matches on Saturday.


Howe elated with 'crazy' late, late draw against Everton 28 Nov 2015

LONDON Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe went from the depths of despair to the height of elation as his side battled back to snatch a thrilling 3-3 draw in the 98th minute against Premier League rivals Everton on Saturday.


Barca's ruthless trident only happy if they all score 28 Nov 2015

BARCELONA Barcelona's devastating attacking trident of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez are only happy if they all score, emphasising the camaraderie between them, says coach Luis Enrique.


Shevchenko to join Ukraine coaching staff - report 27 Nov 2015

KIEV Former Ukraine striker Andriy Shevchenko is set to join the national team's coaching staff, the Ukrainian Football 1 channel quoted assistant coach Olexandr Zavarov as saying on Friday.


Murray rises above the din as tempers fray 27 Nov 2015

GHENT, Belgium Andy Murray revelled in the football-like atmosphere of the Davis Cup final on Friday, after pulling Britain level at 1-1 despite picking up a penalty point for an obscenity.


Bayern see slight dip in 2014/15 turnover, profits up 27 Nov 2015

MUNICH Bayern Munich saw annual turnover dip slightly to 523.7 million ($554.86 million) in the 2014/15 fiscal year but still broke the half a billion barrier for the second successive year as club bosses demanded bigger TV deals to close the gap with the Premier League.

Ukraine get one-game stadium ban from UEFA for racism 27 Nov 2015

KIEV Ukraine have been ordered to play their next home game in UEFA competition behind closed doors following racist behaviour, the use of laser pointers, illicit banners and chants at the Euro 2016 qualifier against Spain on Oct. 12.

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