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Mohamed Salah scored the winning penalty as Egypt beat Ivory Coast 5-4 in the shootout to reach the Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals. A match with plenty of intensity and half-chances failed to produce a goal in 120 minutes, leaving it to be settled from the penalty spot. Egypt will face Morocco in the last eight.
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Featherstone's new recruit Joey Leilua wants to play in the World Cup this autumn, but says his main focus is helping Rovers gain promotion to Super League.
Championship club Workington Town have appointed John Pleasants as chairman in a full-time capacity after previously being interim chair.
WANDERERS might be busier than expected at the end of the January transfer window.
The Colombia international has also been linked with Tottenham.
The Derby County manager has been heavily linked with a return to his boyhood club
Just eight teams are left in the Africa Cup of Nations, dreaming of lifting the trophy in Cameroon on February 6. Plenty of big names have already been knocked out of the tournament, but there are some brilliant matches to look forward to in the quarter-finals. Cameroon continue their run, roared on by the home fans, against AFCON debutants Gambia.
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Australia 337-9 declared; England 235-8 (87 overs)Australia lead by 102 runs after Knight’s unbeaten 127 Heather Knight hits out on her way to a century on day two of the Women’s Ashes Test at Manuka Oval in Canberra. Photograph: Lukas Coch/AAP When Australia resumed batting at 327 for seven on the second morning of the Canberra Test match, Plan A was to push on towards 400. With Jess Jonassen and Annabel Sutherland batting in positions far below their ability, this was realistic. But as England
Arsenal recovered from a goal down to secure a first Women’s Super League win in over a month, after a resurgent second half against Brighton and Hove Albion.
Ben Brereton is refusing to give on his World Cup dream – despite his fourth goal for Chile coming in a losing cause.
Having hinted at his decision after the Steelers' season was ended in the playoffs, Ben Roethlisberger has officially retired.
Michael Venus says Kyrgios has the maturity of a 10-year-old which is why he’ll never fulfill his potential despite being an ‘unbelievable’ talent
The former Chelsea and England captain John Terry has removed the Premier League trophy from the cartoon ape Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) he has been promoting on Twitter following a legal intervention from the Premier League itself. The Premier League trophy is a registered trademark and the use of its image in a commercial venture requires a licensing agreement with the league itself. The Premier League wrote to “Ape Kids Club” - the NFT collection in question - to make that point this week.
Kurt Zouma believes West Ham fans “deserve” to see their team playing in Europe “every season”. Rather than a one-off, West Ham’s form in both domestic and European competition this time around speaks to a team built on solid foundations. Naturally, supporters will be dreaming about potentially qualifying for the Champions League but regular participation in the Europa League would still be a sign of progress for the club.
Tottenham have had a €45m (£37.6m) offer for Luis Díaz rejected by Porto, where the winger has a £66m release clause
Developers hope the Action Audio system will be adopted by other grand slams.
Toulouse have confirmed that captain Johnathan Ford has left the club less than two weeks before Super League 2022 begins
Despite a recent dip in form, it's been a successful first year for Thomas Tuchel as Chelsea head coach