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Arsenal v Fiorentina: International Champions Cup – live!

Arsenal continue pre-season tour of US with friendly in CharlotteTweet Bryan at @BryanAGraham or email him 11.12pm BST 3 min: A steady spell of possession for Arsenal from the kickoff, but a bad giveaway at the back leads to an opportunity for Vlahovic…

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Brooks Koepka and Justin Rose lurk with Open leaders in their sights | Andy Bull

Shane Lowry has a big lead but, should he falter, Rose and Koepka will be right there behind, waiting for their opportunityWhen dusk closed in over Royal Portrush, Brooks Koepka was busy on the putting green, working to fix the stroke that has broken d…

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Xander Schauffele lets rip at R&A for declaring his driver illegal

• American’s Callaway club ruled to have contravened legal limits • Schauffele ‘pissed off’ that failed test results were made publicThe American Xander Schauffele has accused the R&A of trying to “ruin his image” and being unprofessional after his…

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Shane Lowry storms to four-shot Open lead after emerging from almighty scrap

• Irishman’s third-round 63 is lowest score so far by two• Tommy Fleetwood four shots back in second after 66Sometimes sporting outcomes give the impression of being written in the stars. Shane Lowry has enough to occupy his thoughts, without contempla…

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Tommy Fleetwood prepares to battle Shane Lowry in shootout in the storm

The Irishman holds a four-shot lead going into the final round but, with howling wind and rain forecast, anything can happenTommy Fleetwood, one of golf’s happiest souls, was walking on sunshine on the third day of the 148th Open when he fashioned a ro…

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‘We were a real family’: Algeria reflect on Africa Cup of Nations win – video

‘We were like brothers, we were a real family,’ said Algeria player Aïssa Mandi after Algeria won the Africa Cup of Nations for the second time, beating Senegal 1-0 in the final with a heavily deflected goal early on by Al Sadd striker Baghdad Bounedja…

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Danny Willett glad to be back in the Open frame after long slump

The 2016 Masters champion shot a 65 to propel himself up the leaderboard after enduring tough times since Augusta triumphUnless the forecast wind and rain spits and lashes around Portrush on Sunday, scattering the leaders like buckshot, Danny Willett w…

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Danny Willett glad to be back in the Open frame after long slump

The 2016 Masters champion shot a 65 to propel himself up the leaderboard after enduring tough times since Augusta triumphUnless the forecast wind and rain spits and lashes around Portrush on Sunday, scattering the leaders like buckshot, Danny Willett w…

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Frankie Dettori and Star Catcher shine brightest to win Irish Oaks

• Italian wins race at the Curragh for fifth time• ‘We put our necks on the blocks,’ says DettoriFrankie Dettori outrode his fellow jockeys once again and stole a Classic from the front aboard Star Catcher in the Irish Oaks. The Italian, winning this r…

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Frankie Dettori and Star Catcher shine brightest to win Irish Oaks

• Italian wins race at the Curragh for fifth time• ‘We put our necks on the blocks,’ says DettoriFrankie Dettori outrode his fellow jockeys once again and stole a Classic from the front aboard Star Catcher in the Irish Oaks. The Italian, winning this r…

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Women’s Ashes: Australia and Sophie Molineux turn the screw on England

• Day three of four: Australia 420-8d, England 199-6• Australia spinner Molineux takes three key wicketsThree days in, the one-off Ashes Test at Taunton looks likely to end in the same way that 60% of women’s Tests have since they moved to being four-d…

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Women’s Ashes: Australia and Sophie Molineux turn the screw on England

• Day three of four: Australia 420-8d, England 199-6• Australia spinner Molineux takes three key wicketsThree days in, the one-off Ashes Test at Taunton looks likely to end in the same way that 60% of women’s Tests have since they moved to being four-d…

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Laura Muir cruises to 1500m victory at Anniversary Games

• Scot wins easily with 57-second last lap• Zharnel Hughes and Beth Dobbin also shineLaura Muir, Zharnel Hughes and Beth Dobbin seized the occasion of competing in London’s former Olympic stadium to delight the crowds and deliver impressive personal pe…

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Herschel Jantjies leads South Africa past Australia with debut double

• South Africa 35-17 Australia• Debutant scores twice, while Tupou error costs dearHerschel Jantjies scored two tries on debut as South Africa claimed a 35-17 bonus-point victory over sloppy Australia in their Rugby Championship opener at Ellis Park on…

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Manchester United reject Internazionale’s £54m bid for Romelu Lukaku

• Antonio Conte confirms club’s ongoing interest after friendly• United beat Inter 1-0 thanks to Mason Greenwood’s goalManchester United have rejected a £54m bid from Internazionale for Romelu Lukaku and informed the Italian club it will need a signifi…

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Fore fail: Stanley strikes back after stray ball hits mother of partner’s caddie

• Stanley insists he did not know anyone had been hurt by shot• Bob MacIntyre complained he did not shout fore quick enoughAn unrepentant Kyle Stanley has fired back at Bob MacIntyre after being castigated by his playing partner following the second ro…

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Fore fail: Stanley strikes back after stray ball hits mother of partner’s caddie

• Stanley insists he did not know anyone had been hurt by shot• Bob MacIntyre complained he did not shout fore quick enoughAn unrepentant Kyle Stanley has fired back at Bob MacIntyre after being castigated by his playing partner following the second ro…

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Tour de France diary: Geraint Thomas struggles and seduction in Brioude

Our correspondent witnesses Rohan Dennis’s shambolic exit and watches in horror as his own dirty laundry is aired in publicWe wake early on the banks of the Rhone watching huge barges slide south, before driving on wild roads across the plateau of the …

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Home hero Rory McIlroy shows his class even as Open dream slips away

The Irishman could not make amends for his nightmare start but his magic and mistakes gripped Portrush until his final shotIt might have been the best losing 65 in Open history, a piece of Rory McIlroy theatre in front of his own people that nobody wil…

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Algeria fans celebrate football victory in the streets of London

Hundreds gather in Trafalgar Square and around the city after team win Africa Cup of Nations Hundreds of Algeria fans took to the streets of London to celebrate the national football team’s first Africa Cup of Nations title in 29 years.Footage posted o…