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Pedro Caixinha shoulders blame for Rangers humiliating Old Firm defeat

Pedro Caixinha held his hands up and accepted the blame for the performance which saw Rangers suffer their heaviest ever home defeat to Celtic.

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Sunderland down after defeat to Bournemouth

Sunderland's 10-year stay in the Premier League was ended as Josh King's late winner for Bournemouth confirmed their relegation.

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Goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic is the hero for Hull as they claim vital point

Eldin Jakupovic's late penalty save handed Hull another boost in their Premier League survival fight but also condemned Sunderland to relegation.

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Jamie Vardy eases Leicester's relegation fears

Jamie Vardy continued his red-hot run in front of goal as Leicester eased their Premier League relegation fears with a 1-0 win at West Brom.

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Frenchman Bouhanni wins stage two of Tour de Yorkshire

Nacer Bouhanni took victory on stage two of the Tour de Yorkshire in Harrogate.

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Team Sky will discipline Gianni Moscon after he racially abused Kevin Reza

Team Sky will take disciplinary action against Gianni Moscon after it emerged the Italian rider used racially abusive language towards FDJ's Kevin Reza during the Tour de Romandie.

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Lizzie Deignan defies team orders to secure victory in women's Tour de Yorkshire

Lizzie Deignan revealed she used local knowledge to defy her race director and solo to victory in the Women's Tour de Yorkshire in Harrogate.

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Andy Murray beaten by Austria's Dominic Thiem in Barcelona Open semi-final

Andy Murray lost a brutal battle with powerful Austrian Dominic Thiem as his run at the Barcelona Open was ended in the semi-finals.

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Lewis Hamilton admits he has a tough task to beat Sebastian Vettel in Russia

Lewis Hamilton has conceded he faces a tall order to prevent championship rival Sebastian Vettel from extending his lead in the Formula One title race after he qualified only fourth for the Russian Grand Prix.

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Joe Root gets the better of brother Billy as Yorkshire thrash Nottinghamshire

Yorkshire Vikings began their Royal London One-Day Cup campaign with an impressive seven-wicket victory over the Nottinghamshire Outlaws at Trent Bridge.

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Tony Adams insists the future remains bright at Granada despite relegation

Granada caretaker boss Tony Adams is confident the future is bright at the club despite relegation from LaLiga after a 2-1 defeat at Real Sociedad.

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Ilie Nastase: No one apart from Serena Williams should be upset by my comments

Ilie Nastase has denied that the controversial comments he made about Serena Williams prior to last week's fiery Fed Cup tie in Constanta were motivated by racism.

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Anthony Joshua prepared to play waiting game to beat Wladimir Klitschko

Anthony Joshua insists he is prepared to remain patient in his pursuit of victory against Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium this evening.

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Rafael Benitez will not be watching as Brighton aim to seal Championship title

Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez said he would not be watching as Brighton attempt to secure the Sky Bet Championship title on Saturday.

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Hull boss Lee Radford revels in victory after replacements rout Warrington

Hull coach Lee Radford was delighted to watch his team shrug off the absence of a host of senior players go top of the Betfred Super League with a 34-10 win over Warrington.

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Anthony Joshua throws weight behind "two to tango" claim ahead of Klitschko bout

Anthony Joshua weighed a career-heaviest 17st 12lbs 10oz as he dismissed as a "lie" challenger Wladimir Klitschko's claim the reason their Wembley Stadium fight is so big is because of him.

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Superb Roelof van der Merwe leads Somerset to victory

A maiden one-day century by Roelof van der Merwe helped Somerset pull off an incredible four-wicket win over Surrey in the Royal London One Day Cup South Group at Taunton with more than six overs to spare.

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Dutchman Dylan Groenewegen wins opening stage of Tour de Yorkshire

Dutchman Dylan Groenewegen won the opening stage of the Tour de Yorkshire ahead of Australian Caleb Ewan for a second year running as he emerged from a crash-marred finale in Scarborough.

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Newcastle keep Championship title hopes alive with landmark win at Cardiff

Newcastle kept their Sky Bet Championship title hopes alive with a 2-0 victory at Cardiff.

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Sharapova closes on Roland Garros qualifying place

Maria Sharapova needs just one more win to book her place in French Open qualifying after beating Anett Kontaveit to reach the semi-finals of the Porsche Grand Prix.

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