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Glory cling to A-League lead after fighting draw SYDNEY: Perth Glory hold a point lead at the top of Australia's A-League after a come from behind 1-1 draw at Adelaide United on Sunday.Glory claimed a point following a stunning equaliser from Nebojsa Marinkovic eight minutes into the second half after Spaniard Pablo Sanchez had put the home side ahead on 11 minutes.Melbourne Victory lie second following a controversial 3-3 away draw with Sydney FC on Saturday that left Victory coach Kevin Muscat fuming.Muscat was angry with referee Strebre Delovski's controversial decision to award Sydney a second-half penalty, which allowed the hosts back into the game.Victory were leading 2-1 with less than 20 minutes remaining when Delovski adjudged Brazilian midfielder Gui Finkler had brought down Sydney's Sebastian Ryall in the box despite there appearing to be minimal contact.Muscat said the decision left him feeling totally 'disillusioned" with the standard of refereeing in the Australian league.Wellington Phoenix are fourth behind ...

Saint-Andre promises changes for Wales game DUBLIN: France coach Philippe Saint-Andre promised changes to the starting line-up for their next Six Nations game against Wales, with scrum-half Rory Kockott appearing to be one of those at risk of being dropped.Saint-Andre, speaking on Sunday, the day after his side lost 18-11 to defending Six Nations champions Ireland at Lansdowne Road, said several players had not performed at the level required for Test rugby.While the 47-year-old, who has just three away wins (two ...
Disbelieving Dodt banishes losing streak in Thailand BANGKOK: Australia's Andrew Dodt pinched the $2 million Thailand Classic by a shot on Sunday from home favourite Thongchai Jaidee and overnight leader Scott Hend, claiming his first win since 2010. Five birdies in a flawless final-round 67 left him 16 under for the tournament, with 272 over the four days' competition at the Black Mountain course in Hua Hin.It was enough to edge him ahead of Thai star Thongchai, who was well set until ...
Sewe shocked and Chiefs, Sundowns struggle JOHANNESBURG: San Pedro of Ivory Coast suffered a shock home defeat in the CAF Champions League this weekend while South African challengers Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns struggled.Sewe, a rising African club force who were unlucky losers to Egyptians Al-Ahly in the 2014 CAF Confederation Cup final, slumped 2-1 at home against Guineans Kaloum in a preliminary round, first leg clash.Chiefs needed a stoppage-time goal to pip Botswana visitors Township Rollers 2-1 while Sundowns clawed ...
Hantuchova takes third Pattaya Open title PATTAYA: Slovakia's Daniela Hantuchova took the WTA Pattaya Open on Sunday with a gripping three-set 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 victory over Croatian Ajla Tomljanovic.The win is the third for Hantuchova in Pattaya, who took back-to-back titles in 2011 and 2012.But it was far from plain sailing against a 21-year-old Croatian rival who was ranked five places above her, enjoys a ten-year age difference and took the first set 3-6.With an early lead in the second, Tomljanovic ...
Wozniacki fears for friends and family DUBAI: Caroline Wozniacki, the former world number one from Denmark, admitted she been fearing for her friends and family after learning of this weekend's deadly terrorist attacks in Copenhagen.Wozniacki is trying to focus on preparations for her attempt to win back the Dubai Open title this week but admitted that her mind has wandered on to the horrors of the shootings.The third-seeded Dane lives 165 miles away in Odense, but her brother Patrik is in ...
Ogier wins suspense-filled Rally of Sweden      HAGFORS: World champion Sebastien Ogier, in a VW Polo, continued his victorious start to the season when he won the Rally of Sweden in dramatic fashion on Sunday.Thierry Neuville of Belgium, in a Hyundai i20, was second, having finished Saturday's second day in control with Ogier back in third, nearly 10 seconds down.But the Frenchman, already winner of the season-opening Monte Carlo Rally, clawed his way back to overhaul both Neuville and Norway's Andreas Mikkelsen, ...


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