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Barcelona and Lionel Messi agree on new contract renewal

Barcelona and Lionel Messi agree on new contract renewal

Since then, the player has embarked on one of the most remarkable careers in the history of the game to become arguably, one of the greatest footballers of all time. Arda scored 13 goals in 30 appearances last season, including a Champions League hat-trick against Borussia Monchengladbach, although he was limited to 14 starts in La Liga by two lay-offs with adductor and abductor injuries.


Andy Murray makes case for his defence with another straight sets win

Andy Murray makes case for his defence with another straight sets win

Brown remains an ever-popular figure with the Wimbledon crowd but, as Murray wrapped up the third set 6-2, their thoughts will be turning to how far their man can go in this year's tournament, and how his hip is holding up. "I don't think she is going to be any more confident after winning it because she is super confident anyway and she is going to be very tough to beat at this year's championships".


'Phenomenon' Mbappe told: Stay with Monaco

'Phenomenon' Mbappe told: Stay with Monaco

Mbappe, 18, has been linked with an exit from Monaco , with reports claiming that Arsenal are preparing a £125 million bid for the forward . The Monaco teenager has has become the hottest property on the planet following a stunning breakout season that ended with his side winning the Ligue 1 title.


Venus Williams sheds tears at Wimbledon

Venus Williams sheds tears at Wimbledon

Nadal stormed into the second round as the world No2 secured his 850th career victory with a 6-1 6-3 6-2 demolition of Australia's John Millman . Nadal secured his "La Decima" winning ten consecutive titles making him the most successful player on the clay surface in the Open Era.


AFL's diversity manager Ali Fahour 'ashamed' after punching opponent

AFL's diversity manager Ali Fahour 'ashamed' after punching opponent

Saddington gave evidence at the National Football League tribunal on Wednesday evening before leaving without comment. At that hearing, National Football League chief executive Peter McDougall said the punishment was representative of the NFL's desire to act tough on violence in the sport.