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Super League: Pahang Fail To Widen Lead Against JDT

KUALA LUMPUR -- Super League leaders Pahang failed to capitalise on home ground advantage and had to settle for a 1-1 draw against nearest rivals Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) at the Darul Makmur Stadium in Kuantan tonight.

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I'm Happy At Real Madrid, Ronaldo Tells Paper

Pic: ReutersMADRID: World Player of the Year Cristiano Ronaldo has broken several months of near-silence to rebuff media reports he is unhappy at Real Madrid and might be seeking an exit.

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Malaysia U-13 Conquer IberCup After Beating Sporting Lisbon In Final

COSTA DEL SOL, Spain – The Malaysian under-13 squad has emerged victorious in the prestigious IberCup Costa del Sol by defeating Portugal’s Sporting Lisbon 2-1 in the final.

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Messi And Co. Advance Despite Ospinas Heroics

New Boca Juniors signing Carlos Tevez struck the winning penalty as Argentina defeated Colombia 5-4 in a shootout.

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Argentina Triumph In Penalty Shootout

Argentina have booked their spot in the Copa America semi-finals after they defeated Colombia 5-4 in a nail-biting penalty shootout.

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Brazil Coach Dunga Caught In Race Storm Ahead Of Copa Clash

Brazil's soccer team head coach Dunga arrives at a news conference at Estadio Ester Roa in Concepcion, Chile, June 26, 2015. — Reuters picCONCEPCION: Dunga defended his record on the eve of Brazil's Copa America quarter-final with Paraguay here yesterday, controversially comparing criticism directed against him to racist abuse suffered by people of African descent.

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Weakened US Still Too Strong For China At Women’s World Cup

US defender Kelley O'Hara (left) and China defender Liu Shanshan fight for the ball in the Women's World Cup quarterfinal in Ottawa, June 26, 2015. — Reuters picOTTAWA: The United States shrugged off the suspension of two key players to beat China 1-0 in their women's World Cup quarter-final yesterday and book a place against Germany in the last four.

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Malaysia U-13 Beat Sevilla FC To Enter Final Of IberCup

COSTA DEL SOL, Spain – The Malaysian Under-13 has continued to make the nation proud when they entered the final of the prestigious IberCup after defeating Spain’s Sevilla FC 7-6 on penalties yesterday.

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Tricky Start For Hafizh In Dutch GP

KUALA LUMPUR -- National Moto2 rider Hafizh Syahrin Abdullah endured a difficult start to the Dutch Grand Prix opening practice at the twisty TT Circuit Assen but that did not stop him from making progress in the hyper competitive race.

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Recharged Djokovic Ready To Switch Back On

Defending champion Novak Djokovic's preparations for Wimbledon have been laid back in the extreme.

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