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It's the most wonderful time of the year! With November now underway, it won't be long before you're attending holiday parties that call for gift exchanges. If you'd rather not turn to the same retailers everyone else will be shopping, consider the unique gift picks below. Each one is from a BIPOC-, woman- and/or LGBTQ-owned brand, and they're sure to please any person on your holiday shopping list this year. From candles and cashmere to monogrammed blankets and custom jewelry, start shopping these perfect presents before they're gone.
The Frenchman was forced off during the first half of the 2-0 home defeat by Leicester, in the final Premier League match ahead of the World Cup break. West Ham did not provide a timescale for Zouma's expected recovery. "Everyone at West Ham United would like to wish Kurt a speedy recovery."
Whyte and Franklin headlined a Matchroom boxing card at Wembley Arena and the Brit triumphed by majority decision. One judge scored the bout 115-115, while the others had it 116-112 in the favour of Whyte. Franklin is now 21-1 following his first professional defeat and he was left fuming by the scorecards. "I felt like I got robbed," Franklin said in the ring post-fight.
Lionel Messi thumped in a 64th minute goal and Enzo Fernandez added another late in the game to give Argentina a 2-0 victory over battling Mexico in their World Cup Group C match on Saturday and reignite their tournament hopes.
Uruguay coach Diego Alonso believes he has the "best players in the world" whose fierce national pride makes them contenders for another World Cup run, as the perennial dark horses gear up for their opening match on Thursday against South Korea.
This already felt a tournament too far for Roberto Martinez's 'golden generation' of Belgian players, but that should not detract at all from Morocco's deserved achievement in beating a side featuring world-class talents such as Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois. The goals came from second-half substitutes Abdelhamid Sabiri and Zakaria Aboukhlal, after Hakim Ziyech had one disallowed just before half-time. Belgium are not out of it, but may now need to beat Croatia to progress to the last 16.
Defending champions France have been hit with another huge injury blow with Karim Benzema ruled out of the whole World Cup as they begin their defence against Australia tonight. Knee and hamstring complaints led to Les Bleus putting the Real Madrid striker on a bespoke recovery plan ahead of Tuesday’s Group D opener. Raphael Varane is another undertaking individual work having been called up despite his own injury issue.