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Jason Dufner dominating at Memorial with five-shot lead

Jason Dufner dominating at Memorial with five-shot lead

A day after shooting a miserable 77 to turn a five-stroke lead into a four-shot deficit on Saturday, Dufner roared back in the final round for his fifth PGA Tour victory. Dufner had a unusual week that began with back-to-back rounds of 65 before falling apart with a 77 Saturday. He tried to play a ideal shot and barely got it out, then chipped down to 5 feet and missed the putt, making double bogey.



Champions Trophy: Bangladesh in strong position against India

One such fan had shown utter disregard to the Indian Tricolour by wrapping it around a dog while being chased by a tiger draped in Bangladeshi flag. 19 Wickets taken by India between overs 11 and 40 in this Champions Trophy , the most by any team in this tournament.



Aussies ready to send a pre-Ashes message to England

They got back out of the pavilion soon enough to not lose any overs, but after racing to 83/1 off 16 overs, the poor weather returned. Because of the lacklustre performance, the Kiwis put on board 291 in 45 overs, though they were in a great position to score better.



What Pogba must do to improve at Manchester United - Giggs

Former Chelsea midfielder Juan Mata is also among the Red Devils' most expensive signings, as are Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Dimitar Berbatov and Eric Bailly. Following a long season in which Chelsea finished the campaign with a convincing Premier League title victory and narrowly missing out on the FA cup, you would think the players would be excused the odd poor showing.


Shelby Rogers falls in third round at French Open

Shelby Rogers falls in third round at French Open

She said: "I think the more matches I play and the toughest victories gives you self confidence, a successful feeling out there". This was a loss that will sting, and the Spaniard will hope to regroup in time for Wimbledon, where she reached the final in 2015.


Rafael Nadal clinches record 10th French Open title

Rafael Nadal clinches record 10th French Open title

The fourth seed, who has lost only two matches at Roland Garros since his debut in 2005, is now just one short of Margaret Court's all-time record of 11 titles at a single grand slam . "Thanks so much, it wouldn't be possible without you". Nadal required a little over two hours to get himself over the line, earning a 6-2 6-3 6-1 triumph to lift the trophy for the first time in three years.