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Mueller double helps Bayern go top of Bundesliga BERLIN: Germany star Thomas Mueller scored twice as Bayern Munich went back to the top of the Bundesliga table on Saturday with a 3-0 home win over Bayer Leverkusen.Pep Guardiola's Bayern impressed at Munich's Allianz Arena in sealing their third straight league win to claim top place from Wolfsburg, who beat Schalke 3-0 on Friday without Manchester City-bound Kevin de Bruyne.Mueller and Dutch winger Arjen Robben both converted second-half penalties for Bayern as fellow Champions League side Leverkusen were well beaten.Defending champions Bayern took the lead when Mueller met Douglas Costa's cross in the middle on 26 minutes, then converted a penalty after Arturo Vidal was pushed in the back by Leverkusen defender Roberto Hilbert on 59 minutes.Robben then claimed his 11th penalty from 12 attempts in his Bundesliga career by drilling home a 71st-minute spot-kick as Hilbert was penalised after a Costa cross hit his armpit.The 30-year-old ex-Germany defender ...

Serena, Djokovic, Nadal start Monday at US Open NEW YORK: World number ones Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic will launch their bids for the US Open title on Monday's first day of competition, tournament organizers announced Friday.In a Twitter posting, the tournament said top halves of brackets on both the men's and women's draws would play matches on the first day of competition.That means three-time defending champion Williams, trying to complete the first calendar-year Grand Slam since Steffi Graf in 1988, will meet ...
Misfiring Gunners won't fluster Wenger LONDON: Arsene Wenger refuses to panic about Arsenal's spluttering start even though the Gunners boss admits his side aren't firing on all cylinders.Wenger's men head to Newcastle on Saturday looking to win for just the second time in their first four Premier League matches.A goalless draw against Liverpool on Monday left the north Londoners already lagging five points behind leaders Manchester City after a worrying repeat of the slow opening that eventually doomed their title ...
Swansea provide yardstick as Van Gaal reaches half century SWANSEA: Louis van Gaal reaches his 50th match as Manchester United manager on Sunday and his team's performance at Swansea will provide the perfect opportunity to show how far they have progressed in his reign.Van Gaal's first competitive game in charge of United was a 2-1 home defeat to the Welsh club at the start of last season.Swansea then won the reverse fixture by the same scoreline in February to record their first ever double ...
Spieth misses Barclays cut to lose No. 1 ranking EDISON: Jordan Spieth's reign as world number one came to an abrupt end on Friday after a missed cut at the Barclays ensured Rory McIlroy would return to top spot.The Masters and US Open champion had toppled McIlroy from the number one ranking two weeks ago with a runner-up finish to Jason Day at the PGA Championship.But in his first tournament since then, he endured two difficult days at Plainfield Country Club, where he followed ...
Out of the ordinary Coric has Nadal in sights NEW YORK: When Borna Coric decided to invest in a tattoo on his right bicep, his mother condemned his teenage impulse as "stupid".But should the highly-rated Croatian defeat Rafael Nadal for the second time in under a year at the US Open on Monday, Mrs Coric might just agree with her son's choice of inked words: "There is nothing worse in life than being ordinary".Coric, the second youngest player in the top 100, was ranked ...
Tseng leads at weather-hit LPGA Classic PRATTVILLE: Former world number one Tseng Ya-ni fired an eight-under par 64 on Friday to grab a one-stroke lead in the weather-hit second round of the LPGA Classic.Taiwan's Tseng notched six birdies and an eagle en route to a 10-under par total of 134, one stroke in front of American Austin Ernst who carded a 65 for 135.American Lexi Thompson was in the clubhouse on eight-under 136 after posting a 67, with both Paraguay's Julieta ...


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