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Borussia Dortmund 0 Arsenal 1: Five things we learned as Aaron Ramsey’s meteoric rise shows no sign of slowing
Chris Robshaw will know things are going wrong against Argentina at Twickenham on Saturday if the crowd slip into Mexican wave mode before half-time. “We don’t want to wait 45 minutes before playing with the ball,” the England captain said yesterday, acutely aware that despite the victory over the Wallabies five days ago, there was a good deal of public dissatisfaction over his side’s first-half performance.
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Match report: Australia A v England XI, first day – Michael Carberry’s century looks set to seal Ashes opening spot
Ashley Young ‘dive’: Former Manchester United players Roy Keane and Ray Wilkins accuse winger of ‘conning’ referee in Champions League draw with Real…
The rugby union lexicon is full of blood-curdling adjectives relating to life in the front row, “cruel” and “horrible” being among the milder ones. The England tight-head prop Dan Cole came up with a new and surprising offering as he girded his loins for this weekend’s brutally hard set-piece contest with Argentina at Twickenham.
Real Sociedad 0 Manchester United 0 match report: Ashley Young tumbles again on blank night for United
The rain-streaked night had been bad enough before Ashley Young made it worse, in a desperately familiar way. Against a team whose manager had proclaimed the opposition to be the “magnificent Manchester United” Young compounded his reputation for penalty theatrics by earning yet another dubious one.
Manchester United will have to defy the history books to come away from Real Sociedad’s Anoeta Stadium with three points. The last time the Red Devils defeated a Spanish side on their own turf in European competition was back in 2002 when goals from David Beckham and Ruud van Nistelrooy were enough to seal a first-leg quarter-final victory over Deportivo La Coruna.