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Mourinho critical of injured United duo

Jose Mourinho has once again criticised Manchester United duo Phil Jones and Chris Smalling for being too "cautious" while recovering from injury.

ICC waiting on India

The ICC are still awaiting India's official Champions Trophy squad despite the deadline for submission of squads having expired on April 25.

Clermont survive Leinster fightback

Clermont will face Saracens in this year's Champions Cup final after they held off a second-half comeback from Leinster, winning 27-22.

Mourinho: I don't care if players dislike criticism

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has revealed he remains unfazed when his players don't like the criticism he directs at them.

Goffin scores big win over Djokovic in Monte Carlo

Novak Djokovic's disappointing 2017 form continued as he handed David Goffin the biggest win of his career at the Monto-Carlo Masters on Friday.

Goffin no match for 'King of Clay'

Rafael Nadal's seemingly unstoppable march towards a 10th Monte-Carlo Masters title continued on Saturday as he dispatched David Goffin in straight sets.

Sharapova wins again in Stuttgart

Judging by her performances at the Porsche Grand Prix, it hasn't taken Maria Sharapova very long to get back in the swing of things

Sharapova victorious upon drugs ban return

Maria Sharapova marked her return to tennis following a 15th-month suspension by beating Roberta Vinci 7-5, 6-3 in the first round of the Stuttgart Open.

Whitelock pens new NZR, Crusaders deal

New Zealand Rugby and the Crusaders have secured the key signature of All Blacks lock Samuel Whitelock through until 2020.

Sammy finally links up with Kings XI

Former West Indies T20 skipper Daren Sammy has finally linked up with the Kings XI Punjab squad with the IPL nearing the halfway mark.

JV: Two classes - Alonsos and Rosbergs

Ahead of Fernando Alonso's Indy 500 debut, Jacques Villeneuve has defended the Spaniard's decision to race in the prestigious event.
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