Jose Mourinho insisted that Manchester United had emerged from their trip to Skopje for the Uefa Super Cup reinforced, despite the scoreline flattering them in a 2-1 defeat by Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid . "It was a game in which we had some good moments and in which we were caught out on the counter by two great goals", said the new Barca boss Ernesto Valverde .
The 19-time major champion said in a statement that he "tweaked" his back last week at the Rogers Cup in Montreal on the weekend, when he lost to Alexander Zverev in the final, and needed to rest. "Cincinnati has some of the best fans in the world and I am sorry I will miss them", said Federer, a seven-time champion at the event. Unfortunately, I tweaked my back in Montreal and I need to rest this week."Federer's withdrawal assures that Nadal will be top of the rankings when they are ...
Undermining Wenger's quest for harmony is the uncertainty surrounding several first-team players. But Sanchez wants out of Arsenal ASAP after they failed to qualify for the Champions League and Man City and PSG expressed interest. Aaron Ramsey and Per Mertesacker were also described as doubts for the game by Arsene Wenger on Wednesday, but should be in contention after taking part in training on Thursday.
Then rookie Rafael Devers turned around one of those fastballs, sending a 103-mph heater over the left-centerfield wall and into the Boston bullpen for a tying home run. NY was leading Boston 2-1 Sunday night and things were looking good for Yankees fans. The run actually made Sale's career earned run average against the Yankees climb to 1.18, the lowest ever against the Yankees by anyone with at least 50 innings pitched.
England's Paul Casey finished bogey, bogey, double bogey to drop back to level par but remains the highest placed British player. Former World number one and US PGA victor two years ago Jason Day was another who was moving into contention.
ARSENAL star Alexis Sanchez is now in France as he enters talks with Paris Saint-Germain, according to reports. Neymar's £198m move to PSG appeared to have ended their interest in Sanchez, but the French side's relentless spending shows no signs of slowing.