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Western Sydney beat Seoul to make Champions League final SYDNEY: The fledgling Western Sydney Wanderers continued their fairytale debut run in the AFC Champions League by beating FC Seoul 2-0 in their semi-final on Wednesday to move within one step of becoming the first Australia winners of the tournament.The Wanderers, founded in 2012 in swift fashion after Gold Coast United had their licence revoked, will face Saudi Arabia's Al Hilal in the two-legged final of Asia's Premier club tournament after comfortably negating last year's shot-shy runners-up.Well drilled under the stewardship of manager Tony Popovic, they are just the second Australian side to reach the final and will be underdogs -- but undeterred -- against the impressive Saudis, who they host in the first leg on Oct. 25.By then the new A-League season will be underway, with their impressive feats of knocking out Japanese champions Sanfrecce Hiroshima, holders Guangzhou Evergrande and now FC Seoul all coming in their off-season, where ...

Hulk suffers racial abuse in Russian league game MOSCOW: The Russian Premier League was rocked by a second instance of racial abuse in less than a week when it was confirmed that Zenit St Petersburg forward Hulk was the target of monkey chants from visiting Spartak Moscow fans on Saturday.The 28-year-old Brazil international told a Russian newspaper that he could hear the disgraceful taunts from fans of the Moscow club during the 0-0 draw at Petrovsky Stadium."During the game, racist abuse was directed ...
Serbia manager Advocaat axes misfits Subotic and Ljajic BELGRADE: Serbia's Borussia Dortmund defender Neven Subotic and AS Roma midfielder Adem Ljajic will take no part in the Euro 2016 qualifiers under Dutchman Dick Advocaat, the Balkan nation's coach said on Wednesday.Subotic has not played for Serbia since last October while Ljajic, who was axed by Sinisa Mihajlovic before the Euro 2012 qualifiers, made a cameo appearance in a 1-1 draw with France in last month's friendly."My exchange of mails and text messages with ...
Indo-Pak battle for golden supremacy in Asian Games after 24 years INCHEON: Mercurial Pakistan hockey team is ready to defend their Guangzhou Asian Games gold as they prepare to battle it out with arch-rival India on Thursday at Seonhak Hockey Stadium under lights.Two teams - once giants of international hockey, will be meeting each in the final of Asiad after a lapse 24 years. Pakistan won the gold when they defeated India in the last match at Beijing in 1990 which was played on round robin ...
Austrian football fans to demolish own stadium VIENNA: Austria's Rapid Vienna have invited fans to help demolish the football club's stadium, offering the chance to unscrew seats, chisel walls and cut out bits of the goalnets to take home.Prices at Saturday's "Demolition Party" include 19.77 euros ($24.94) -- the year the Gerhard Hanappi Stadium was built -- per seat, 18.99 euros for some net and five euros for a slice of turf."We will provide the necessary tools, naturally with all safety precautions ...
Gold for Kom but Devi refuses medal INCHEON: Celebrated Indian women's boxer Mary Kom won her first Asian Games gold Wednesday but a team-mate sensationally refused to accept her bronze medal in a row over judging standards.Five-time world champion Kom, 31, won a split decision against Kazakhstan's Zhaina Shekerbekova to be crowned flyweight champion.But attention focused on Sarita Devi after she refused her lightweight bronze medal and tried to hang it around the neck of the South Korean she lost to in ...
Kvitova overcomes Peng, Wozniacki crashes in China BEIJING: World number three Petra Kvitova opened her campaign to win a second consecutive tournament in commanding style Wednesday, while Caroline Wozniacki crashed out of the $5.4 million China Open in straight sets.Kvitova defeated home-crowd favourite Peng Shuai 6-4, 6-2 in her first match since her victory at the Wuhan Open last Saturday, advancing in Beijing with the same confidence she showed at the earlier tournament.Peng, who made the semi-finals at the US Open last ...


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