Football | Cavani inspires Man United comeback in win at Tottenham

Tottenham 1, Man U 3 Edinson Cavani set up Fred’s equalizer before scoring with a diving header as Manchester United beat Tottenham 3-1 yesterday [Macau Time, strengthening its grip on second

T-wolves owner: A-Rod, partner in agreement to buy NBA club

Former baseball star Alex Rodriguez and e-commerce mogul Marc Lore signed a letter of intent Saturday to buy the Timberwolves and keep the NBA team in Minnesota, owner Glen Taylor

Football | Spain, Netherlands plan for fans at European Championship

Spain and the Netherlands are now committing to having fans at the European Championship matches they are hosting in June. They are the latest countries to offer assurances to UEFA over

Olympics | North Korea says it won’t participate in Tokyo games

North Korea became the first country to drop out of the Tokyo Olympics because of coronavirus fears, a decision that underscores the challenges facing Japan as it struggles to stage

Football | World Cup Qualifiers: Ronaldo scores, Belgium and Dutch earn big routs

Belgium and the Netherlands scored 15 goals combined in big routs in World Cup qualifying yesterday , while Portugal got one from Cristiano Ronaldo in its victory against a Luxembourg

Athletics | World champion Naser gets court date for doping rules case

World champion sprinter Salwa Eid Naser will have a two-day appeal hearing next month that could lead to a ban from the Tokyo Olympics for breaking anti-doping rules. The Court of

Football | Cristiano Ronaldo’s armband up for auction in Serbia

The Portugal captain’s armband which Cristiano Ronaldo slammed into the ground after his apparent winning goal was disallowed in a World Cup qualifier against Serbia was put up for auction

Football | Ibrahimovic adapts to mentor role with Sweden after comeback

Two starts. Three assists. Six points. The return of Zlatan Ibrahimovic to international soccer has been a resounding success for Sweden’s national team, even though the AC Milan striker failed to

Football | Ronaldo rages after no goal and no VAR in 2-2 draw at Serbia

Serbia 2, Portugal 2 Cristiano Ronaldo ripped off his captain’s armband and tossed it onto the field as he stomped off in disgust after Portugal’s 2-2 draw at

Figure Skating | US team stronger than most for recent world events

Multiple medals at the World Figure Skating Championships are rare for the United States. This year’s team could reverse that trend. And there couldn’t be a better time than in a

Olympics | Japan spends millions on technology for absent Tokyo games fans

Japan’s top telecommunications company is getting 7.3 billion yen — about $67 million — in taxpayer money to design mobile tracking software to curb the spread of coronavirus infections during

Football | Leicester ousts Man United to join Chelsea in cup semis

While its neighbor is chasing a quadruple, Manchester United now has only one route to ending a four-year trophy drought. Losing 3-1 at Leicester in the FA Cup quarterfinals yesterday

EXPLAINER | Tokyo Olympics march on without fans from abroad

Tokyo Olympics and the International Olympic Committee have banned fans from abroad with the games opening in four months. It’s part of the fallout from holding the Olympics in the

Sailing | Team NZ beats Luna Rossa 7-3 to retain the America’s Cup

Team New Zealand has retained the America’s Cup, beating Italian challenger Luna Rossa 7-3 in the 36th match for sailing’s oldest trophy. The defender came into the sixth day of racing

Football | Liverpool beats Wolves, Patricio OK after head knock

Wolves 0, Liverpool 1 Diogo Jota scored the winner against his former club as Liverpool beat Wolverhampton 1-0 in an English Premier League match that ended with Wolves goalkeeper Rui Patricio

Football | Son called up for South Korea hours after injuring hamstring

Just hours after injuring a hamstring in Tottenham’s 2-1 loss to Arsenal in the Premier League, Son Heung-min was selected by South Korea to face Japan in an international friendly

Rugby | Six Nations: England topples France to redeem woeful title defense

England redeemed a woeful Six Nations title defense by beating trophy favorite France 23-20 thanks to a dramatic Maro Itoje try in an empty Twickenham yesterday . England was heading to

Football | Juventus knocked out of Champions League by 10-man Porto

Juventus 3, Porto 2 Juventus — and Cristiano Ronaldo — crashed out of the Champions League round of 16 on away goals for the second successive year as the Bianconeri were

Football | Löw to quit as Germany coach after European Championship

Germany coach Joachim Löw will step down after this year’s European Championship, bringing forward his previous plan to quit after the next World Cup. The German soccer federation said yesterday that

Football | European clubs target global fans with Champions League plan

European soccer clubs were urged Monday to support a Champions League expansion plan and help please a new type of global fans who have different supporting habits. A UEFA-led proposal to

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