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Hamilton defends lunge on Rosberg in Japan SUZUKA: Lewis Hamilton denied he had acted unsportingly with the move which swept him past fierce rival Nico Rosberg at the start of the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday.With both Mercedes starting from the front row, Hamilton lunged past Rosberg into the first corner at Suzuka, forcing him wide and pushing the German down to fourth from pole to change the complexion of the race.Hamilton, who went on to record his eighth victory in 14 races this year, sniffed: "The inside line is the inside line, so it was my corner."Rosberg fought back to finish second ahead of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel. But the result clearly stung and he had to bite his lip when pressed on Hamilton's daring dash for turn one."It got really close on the exit of turn two and I had to back out of it there and that lost me the race eventually," he said. "I ...

Wallabies crush Uruguay to go top of pool of death BIRMINGHAM: Sean McMahon led Australia to the top of their World Cup group on Sunday with a comprehensive 65-3 victory over minnows Uruguay ahead of crunch matches with archrivals England and Wales.Australia ran in 11 tries -- two each from McMahan, returning exile Drew Mitchll and Ben McCalman -- but largely appeared to do the minimum necessary for victory in the Pool A match at Villa Park.Henry Speight got one of the tries of the ...
Radwanska wins Pan Pacific Open TOKYO: Agnieszka Radwanska fended off a challenge from teenage giant-killer Belinda Bencic Sunday to win the WTA Pan Pacific Open, a victory that will propel the Pole back into the world's top 10.The seventh-seed grabbed her first tournament victory of this year, and her 15th career title, with a dominant 6-2, 6-2 victory against the eighth-seed Swiss.Radwanska, who will move up five places to eighth when the new rankings are released on Monday, said she ...
Van Gaal ducks title talk as Man Utd go top MANCHESTER: Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal refused to look too far ahead in the Premier League title race despite seeing his side go top after comfortably beating Sunderland 3-0.Manchester City's 4-1 defeat at Tottenham Hotspur earlier on Saturday enabled United to take top spot for the first time since Van Gaal took charge at the start of last season.But the Dutchman believes it is too early to gauge United's chances of a first title ...
Rodgers defiant amid Liverpool 'hysteria' LIVERPOOL: Brendan Rodgers said that he would ignore the voices of those who do not want him to manage Liverpool after his team's 3-2 victory over Aston Villa at Anfield.Speculation about Rodgers' position has been mounting, with Liverpool great Mark Lawrenson claiming that one defeat from the games against Villa, FC Sion and derby rivals Everton would lead to his dismissal.Former club captains Jamie Carragher, Graeme Souness and Jamie Redknapp have also been critical of ...
Mourinho in debt to supersubs Ramires, Willian NEWCASTLE: Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho admitted he owed a debt of gratitude to substitutes, Ramires and Willian who were responsible for the fightback which earned a 2-2 draw at Newcastle.Chelsea were trailing 2-0 and seemingly heading for their fifth defeat in eight games when Ramires sparked the recovery with a long-range shot in the 79th minute.He then distracted Newcastle goalkeeper Tim Krul sufficiently to enable Willian's free-kick to find a way past him.Mourinho, who has ...
De Villiers hits new World Cup injury nightmare BIRMINGHAM: South Africa's injury prone captain Jean de Villiers went to hospital amid fears he has broken his jaw for the second time in months during their crucial 46-6 victory over Samoa on Saturday.The 34-year-old centre -- who missed the 2003 World Cup because of a serious knee injury and the 2007 final triumph when he was injured in the opening pool game -- came off during the second-half in Birmingham but had to rejoin ...


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