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Brazil sink Chile to continue winning run LONDON: Brazil won their eighth successive game since the World Cup as Roberto Firmino's goal gave them a feisty 1-0 victory over Chile in a friendly at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium on Sunday.Firmino, a 61st-minute substitute, burst clear after 73 minutes and expertly rounded Chile keeper Claudio Bravo before dispatching a simple finish into the empty goal.Brazil forward Neymar and Chilean Alexis Sanchez were the standout players for their sides but were often wasteful after dazzling build-up play in a full-blooded game that was punctuated by a host of fouls and heavy challenges.Brazil, who beat France 3-1 last week, have won all eight matches under coach Dunga since finishing fourth as hosts at last year's World Cup.They have now lost just seven times in 70 games against south American rivals Chile.Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...
Everton's Lukaku has business to finish in Kiev PARIS: The Premier League's sole Europa League survivors Everton are in Ukraine on Thursday aiming to seal qualification for the quarter-finals against Dynamo Kiev.Romelu Lukaku's late penalty at Goodison Park last week gave Roberto Martinez's men a slender 2-1 first leg lead, and the Belgian striker could once again prove the key to furthering Everton's European adventure.Everton warmed up for their 5,500 kilometre away day by brushing aside Newcastle 3-0 on Sunday. Lukaku, the leading ...
Berahino's fast start dents Saints' Euro bid    WEST BROMWICH: Saido Berahino put a dent in Southampton's bid to qualify for the Champions League as the West Bromwich Albion striker's early goal clinched a 1-0 win at the Hawthorns on Saturday.Berahino struck in the second minute to extend Albion's impressive since Tony Pulis took over as manager to one defeat in 10 matches.The result lifted Albion eight points clear of the Premier League relegation zone and left fifth placed Southampton in danger of ...
McIlroy struggles in wind, unheralded Herman leads PALM BEACH GARDENS: World number one Rory McIlroy battled to a three-over-par 73 at a windswept Honda Classic on Thursday in his first US PGA Tour start of 2015.Given the daunting conditions, which saw only 19 players break par, the Northern Irishman wasn't too disappointed with an effort that left him eight shots off the pace set by Tour graduate Jim Herman."I'm coming off a three-week break, tough conditions to come back in," McIlroy ...
Deila delight at Celtic's new recruits GLASGOW: Celtic manager Ronny Deila heaped praise on new signings Gary Mackay-Steven and Stuart Armstrong after the pair netted on their debuts to fire the Scottish Premiership leaders to a 3-0 win at Partick Thistle.The duo joined Celtic on transfer deadline day following a £2 million ($3 million, 2.6 million euros) move from Dundee United, but they have had to wait for their first run-out due to being ineligible for last week's Scottish Cup fixture ...


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