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Aaron Altherr walked the red-hot Phillies off in extra innings
And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
Aaron Altherr walked the red-hot Phillies off in extra innings
Aaron Altherr walked the red-hot Phillies off in extra innings
And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
Aaron Altherr walked the red-hot Phillies off in extra innings
Aaron Altherr walked the red-hot Phillies off in extra innings
And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
Aaron Altherr walked the red-hot Phillies off in extra innings
Gabriele Pianu, il runner non vedente: “Mi guida la mano di mio figlio”
Gabriele Pianu, il runner non vedente: “Mi guida la mano di mio figlio”
Gabriele Pianu, il runner non vedente: “Mi guida la mano di mio figlio”
Andrew Landry won the Valero Texas Open on Sunday for his first PGA Tour victory, pulling away with early birdies and holding on with par saves. The 30-year-old Texan, busy at home in Austin with the recent birth of the family's first child, parred the final seven holes for a 4-under 68 and a two-stroke victory over Trey Mullinax and Sean O'Hair. "It was obviously a tough week this week," Landry said. "Going into the last few weeks with the childbirth and just really getting back out." Landry played at Arkansas after starring at Port Neches-Groves High School east of Houston. Many family members were at TPC San Antonio on Sunday. "Everybody was out," Landry said. "It was pretty special to be able to snag a victory with everybody being here to share it." Landry finished at 17-under 271. He earned $1,116,000 and a spot in the Masters next year. "I didn't even really think about it, to be honest with you," Landry said. "There's a lot of perks for a tour win and you've just got to continue to stay focused and not think about those kind of things." Landry took a two-stroke lead to the par-5 18th after Mullinax chunked a flop shot and bogeyed the short par-4 17th. Landry hit a 55-foot putt over a ridge to 3 feet for par on 17 and made an 8-footer on 18 after running a 50-foot downhill birdie try past. Mullinax closed with a 69 a day after breaking the AT&T Oaks Course record with a 62. "Just a lot of confidence. I know my game's there, I'm playing really well," Mullinax said. "Give all credit to Andrew. He played really well today, rock steady. He was putting great, hitting great shots." O'Hair shot 66. "When I'm good, I'm really good, and when I'm not good, I'm not so good," O'Hair said. "I've got to kind of get that a little bit better, but it's always nice to compete and be in the hunt." Tied for the third-round lead with Zach Johnson, Landry birdied the first three holes and added two more on Nos. 6 and 10. He bogeyed the par-4 11th before the closing par run. "Made a couple putts and, unfortunately, Zach and Trey kind of had some hiccups there on the front nine and they didn't play it as well as I did," Landry said. "I think that that was really, really key to getting to where I am right now." Credit: GETTY IMAGES Landry won in his 32nd PGA Tour start. He earned his tour card last year on the Web.com Tour, and lost a playoff to Jon Rahm in January in the CareerBuilder Challenge. "It helps because you get yourself in that situation and you continue to learn," Landry said. "Losing in that playoff when I was continuing to hit good shot after good shot, just not making any putts. Normally that's a strength of my game. Now here we are, a winner." Jimmy Walker was fourth at 14 under after his second 67. "From where I've been, it's nice to see a lot of red numbers, nice to see putts going in, nice to be in contention," said Walker, the 2015 winner. "It felt good and I felt like I could get it done today and that's been a while." Johnson had a 72 to finish fourth at 13 under. He won the event in 2008 and 2009, the last two times it was played at LaCantera. The 42-year-old Iowan is winless since the 2015 British Open. "It's fun to compete against the so-called younger generation," Johnson said. "I still really do feel my best golf is in front of me. I know what I've got to clean up." Joaquin Niemann shot 67-67 on the weekend to finish sixth at 12 under in his pro debut. The 19-year-old from Chile was the top-ranked amateur in the world. "I never thought I was going to finish how I played this week, but I can't be more happy than this," Niemann said. "Just try to keep it up and hope to play well for the next weeks." PGA Tour leaderboard
Golf highlights: Andrew Landry wins Valero Texas Open, his first PGA Tour victory
Andrew Landry won the Valero Texas Open on Sunday for his first PGA Tour victory, pulling away with early birdies and holding on with par saves. The 30-year-old Texan, busy at home in Austin with the recent birth of the family's first child, parred the final seven holes for a 4-under 68 and a two-stroke victory over Trey Mullinax and Sean O'Hair. "It was obviously a tough week this week," Landry said. "Going into the last few weeks with the childbirth and just really getting back out." Landry played at Arkansas after starring at Port Neches-Groves High School east of Houston. Many family members were at TPC San Antonio on Sunday. "Everybody was out," Landry said. "It was pretty special to be able to snag a victory with everybody being here to share it." Landry finished at 17-under 271. He earned $1,116,000 and a spot in the Masters next year. "I didn't even really think about it, to be honest with you," Landry said. "There's a lot of perks for a tour win and you've just got to continue to stay focused and not think about those kind of things." Landry took a two-stroke lead to the par-5 18th after Mullinax chunked a flop shot and bogeyed the short par-4 17th. Landry hit a 55-foot putt over a ridge to 3 feet for par on 17 and made an 8-footer on 18 after running a 50-foot downhill birdie try past. Mullinax closed with a 69 a day after breaking the AT&T Oaks Course record with a 62. "Just a lot of confidence. I know my game's there, I'm playing really well," Mullinax said. "Give all credit to Andrew. He played really well today, rock steady. He was putting great, hitting great shots." O'Hair shot 66. "When I'm good, I'm really good, and when I'm not good, I'm not so good," O'Hair said. "I've got to kind of get that a little bit better, but it's always nice to compete and be in the hunt." Tied for the third-round lead with Zach Johnson, Landry birdied the first three holes and added two more on Nos. 6 and 10. He bogeyed the par-4 11th before the closing par run. "Made a couple putts and, unfortunately, Zach and Trey kind of had some hiccups there on the front nine and they didn't play it as well as I did," Landry said. "I think that that was really, really key to getting to where I am right now." Credit: GETTY IMAGES Landry won in his 32nd PGA Tour start. He earned his tour card last year on the Web.com Tour, and lost a playoff to Jon Rahm in January in the CareerBuilder Challenge. "It helps because you get yourself in that situation and you continue to learn," Landry said. "Losing in that playoff when I was continuing to hit good shot after good shot, just not making any putts. Normally that's a strength of my game. Now here we are, a winner." Jimmy Walker was fourth at 14 under after his second 67. "From where I've been, it's nice to see a lot of red numbers, nice to see putts going in, nice to be in contention," said Walker, the 2015 winner. "It felt good and I felt like I could get it done today and that's been a while." Johnson had a 72 to finish fourth at 13 under. He won the event in 2008 and 2009, the last two times it was played at LaCantera. The 42-year-old Iowan is winless since the 2015 British Open. "It's fun to compete against the so-called younger generation," Johnson said. "I still really do feel my best golf is in front of me. I know what I've got to clean up." Joaquin Niemann shot 67-67 on the weekend to finish sixth at 12 under in his pro debut. The 19-year-old from Chile was the top-ranked amateur in the world. "I never thought I was going to finish how I played this week, but I can't be more happy than this," Niemann said. "Just try to keep it up and hope to play well for the next weeks." PGA Tour leaderboard
Andrew Landry won the Valero Texas Open on Sunday for his first PGA Tour victory, pulling away with early birdies and holding on with par saves. The 30-year-old Texan, busy at home in Austin with the recent birth of the family's first child, parred the final seven holes for a 4-under 68 and a two-stroke victory over Trey Mullinax and Sean O'Hair. "It was obviously a tough week this week," Landry said. "Going into the last few weeks with the childbirth and just really getting back out." Landry played at Arkansas after starring at Port Neches-Groves High School east of Houston. Many family members were at TPC San Antonio on Sunday. "Everybody was out," Landry said. "It was pretty special to be able to snag a victory with everybody being here to share it." Landry finished at 17-under 271. He earned $1,116,000 and a spot in the Masters next year. "I didn't even really think about it, to be honest with you," Landry said. "There's a lot of perks for a tour win and you've just got to continue to stay focused and not think about those kind of things." Landry took a two-stroke lead to the par-5 18th after Mullinax chunked a flop shot and bogeyed the short par-4 17th. Landry hit a 55-foot putt over a ridge to 3 feet for par on 17 and made an 8-footer on 18 after running a 50-foot downhill birdie try past. Mullinax closed with a 69 a day after breaking the AT&T Oaks Course record with a 62. "Just a lot of confidence. I know my game's there, I'm playing really well," Mullinax said. "Give all credit to Andrew. He played really well today, rock steady. He was putting great, hitting great shots." O'Hair shot 66. "When I'm good, I'm really good, and when I'm not good, I'm not so good," O'Hair said. "I've got to kind of get that a little bit better, but it's always nice to compete and be in the hunt." Tied for the third-round lead with Zach Johnson, Landry birdied the first three holes and added two more on Nos. 6 and 10. He bogeyed the par-4 11th before the closing par run. "Made a couple putts and, unfortunately, Zach and Trey kind of had some hiccups there on the front nine and they didn't play it as well as I did," Landry said. "I think that that was really, really key to getting to where I am right now." Credit: GETTY IMAGES Landry won in his 32nd PGA Tour start. He earned his tour card last year on the Web.com Tour, and lost a playoff to Jon Rahm in January in the CareerBuilder Challenge. "It helps because you get yourself in that situation and you continue to learn," Landry said. "Losing in that playoff when I was continuing to hit good shot after good shot, just not making any putts. Normally that's a strength of my game. Now here we are, a winner." Jimmy Walker was fourth at 14 under after his second 67. "From where I've been, it's nice to see a lot of red numbers, nice to see putts going in, nice to be in contention," said Walker, the 2015 winner. "It felt good and I felt like I could get it done today and that's been a while." Johnson had a 72 to finish fourth at 13 under. He won the event in 2008 and 2009, the last two times it was played at LaCantera. The 42-year-old Iowan is winless since the 2015 British Open. "It's fun to compete against the so-called younger generation," Johnson said. "I still really do feel my best golf is in front of me. I know what I've got to clean up." Joaquin Niemann shot 67-67 on the weekend to finish sixth at 12 under in his pro debut. The 19-year-old from Chile was the top-ranked amateur in the world. "I never thought I was going to finish how I played this week, but I can't be more happy than this," Niemann said. "Just try to keep it up and hope to play well for the next weeks." PGA Tour leaderboard
Golf highlights: Andrew Landry wins Valero Texas Open, his first PGA Tour victory
Andrew Landry won the Valero Texas Open on Sunday for his first PGA Tour victory, pulling away with early birdies and holding on with par saves. The 30-year-old Texan, busy at home in Austin with the recent birth of the family's first child, parred the final seven holes for a 4-under 68 and a two-stroke victory over Trey Mullinax and Sean O'Hair. "It was obviously a tough week this week," Landry said. "Going into the last few weeks with the childbirth and just really getting back out." Landry played at Arkansas after starring at Port Neches-Groves High School east of Houston. Many family members were at TPC San Antonio on Sunday. "Everybody was out," Landry said. "It was pretty special to be able to snag a victory with everybody being here to share it." Landry finished at 17-under 271. He earned $1,116,000 and a spot in the Masters next year. "I didn't even really think about it, to be honest with you," Landry said. "There's a lot of perks for a tour win and you've just got to continue to stay focused and not think about those kind of things." Landry took a two-stroke lead to the par-5 18th after Mullinax chunked a flop shot and bogeyed the short par-4 17th. Landry hit a 55-foot putt over a ridge to 3 feet for par on 17 and made an 8-footer on 18 after running a 50-foot downhill birdie try past. Mullinax closed with a 69 a day after breaking the AT&T Oaks Course record with a 62. "Just a lot of confidence. I know my game's there, I'm playing really well," Mullinax said. "Give all credit to Andrew. He played really well today, rock steady. He was putting great, hitting great shots." O'Hair shot 66. "When I'm good, I'm really good, and when I'm not good, I'm not so good," O'Hair said. "I've got to kind of get that a little bit better, but it's always nice to compete and be in the hunt." Tied for the third-round lead with Zach Johnson, Landry birdied the first three holes and added two more on Nos. 6 and 10. He bogeyed the par-4 11th before the closing par run. "Made a couple putts and, unfortunately, Zach and Trey kind of had some hiccups there on the front nine and they didn't play it as well as I did," Landry said. "I think that that was really, really key to getting to where I am right now." Credit: GETTY IMAGES Landry won in his 32nd PGA Tour start. He earned his tour card last year on the Web.com Tour, and lost a playoff to Jon Rahm in January in the CareerBuilder Challenge. "It helps because you get yourself in that situation and you continue to learn," Landry said. "Losing in that playoff when I was continuing to hit good shot after good shot, just not making any putts. Normally that's a strength of my game. Now here we are, a winner." Jimmy Walker was fourth at 14 under after his second 67. "From where I've been, it's nice to see a lot of red numbers, nice to see putts going in, nice to be in contention," said Walker, the 2015 winner. "It felt good and I felt like I could get it done today and that's been a while." Johnson had a 72 to finish fourth at 13 under. He won the event in 2008 and 2009, the last two times it was played at LaCantera. The 42-year-old Iowan is winless since the 2015 British Open. "It's fun to compete against the so-called younger generation," Johnson said. "I still really do feel my best golf is in front of me. I know what I've got to clean up." Joaquin Niemann shot 67-67 on the weekend to finish sixth at 12 under in his pro debut. The 19-year-old from Chile was the top-ranked amateur in the world. "I never thought I was going to finish how I played this week, but I can't be more happy than this," Niemann said. "Just try to keep it up and hope to play well for the next weeks." PGA Tour leaderboard
In a statement released by Chiefs on Monday, the club promised to cooperate with the law enforcement to ensure the perpetrators are brought to book
Kaizer Chiefs condemn fan violence at the Moses Mabhida Stadium, Sports Minister demands answers
In a statement released by Chiefs on Monday, the club promised to cooperate with the law enforcement to ensure the perpetrators are brought to book
FILE - In this Dec. 13, 2017, file photo, International Olympic Committee (IOC) Vice President John Coates speaks during a joint press conference with Tokyo 2020 Olympics President Yoshiro Mori in Tokyo. Coates, the head of the IOC inspection team visiting Tokyo as it prepares for the 2020 Olympics, warned local organizers on Monday, April 23, 2018 to get ready for some complaints. Coates says organizers are entering a phase where questions from stakeholders become very pragmatic and very urgent. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi, File)
Tokyo organizers warned: Get set for more tough questions
FILE - In this Dec. 13, 2017, file photo, International Olympic Committee (IOC) Vice President John Coates speaks during a joint press conference with Tokyo 2020 Olympics President Yoshiro Mori in Tokyo. Coates, the head of the IOC inspection team visiting Tokyo as it prepares for the 2020 Olympics, warned local organizers on Monday, April 23, 2018 to get ready for some complaints. Coates says organizers are entering a phase where questions from stakeholders become very pragmatic and very urgent. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi, File)
FILE - In this Feb. 28, 2018, file photo, the characters which will serve as mascot for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, are unveiled, in Tokyo. John Coates, the head of the International Olympic Committee inspection team visiting Tokyo as it prepares for the 2020 Olympics, warned local organizers on Monday, April 23, 2018 to get ready for some complaints. Coates says organizers are entering a phase where questions from stakeholders become very pragmatic and very urgent. The sign reads: " Decision! Mascots for the Tokyo 2020 Games." (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko, File)
Tokyo organizers warned: Get set for more tough questions
FILE - In this Feb. 28, 2018, file photo, the characters which will serve as mascot for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, are unveiled, in Tokyo. John Coates, the head of the International Olympic Committee inspection team visiting Tokyo as it prepares for the 2020 Olympics, warned local organizers on Monday, April 23, 2018 to get ready for some complaints. Coates says organizers are entering a phase where questions from stakeholders become very pragmatic and very urgent. The sign reads: " Decision! Mascots for the Tokyo 2020 Games." (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko, File)
Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has expressed his dismay after discovering a hoard of his playing memorabilia sold off by debt collectors in America. Around 500 items from Wright's garlanded career - including signed shirts, goal of the month trophies and his This Is Your Life red book - are now up for sale on an online auction after being purchased anonymously for £7 million. The collection was re-possessed after Wright's first wife Deborah failed to keep up payments on a storage unit in Orlando, Florida. Wright told The Sun: “It's a sad situation when you have been trying for so long to get your memorabilia back and then find out it’s turned up in a lock-up in America which has now been repossessed. “It's just really sad that it has come to this.” Wenger at Arsenal gallery Wright married Deborah in 1993. They separated in 2004, and it is claimed that she has rented the storage unit in Orlando since. A fan bought the paraphernalia at auction before putting it up for sale on the classified ads website Craiglist to a second buyer who wishes to remain anonymous. The items are now for sale on a website called 'County-Cards'. Among the collection is a signed Arsenal shirt with Wright and the number 185 on the back, commemorating the day Wright broke the club's all-time goalscoring record against Bolton Wanderers in 1997. “I searched all of America looking for soccer jerseys to buy and I came across the picture of the framed ‘Thank You 185 jersey’ which caught my eye,” the anonymous buyer told The Sun. “The guy who was selling it said he bought storage units for a living and one of the recent auctions he went to they were auctioning off Ian Wright’s ex-wife’s unit." An Adidas Golden Boot, an FA Premier League Hall of Fame Trophy and Premier League Player of the Month awards are among other collectors' items in the haul. Among the six football shirts, an England strip worn by son Shaun Wright-Phillips has particular sentimental value.
Ian Wright's £7 million memorabilia haul sold off after ex-wife failed to keep up with storage payments
Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has expressed his dismay after discovering a hoard of his playing memorabilia sold off by debt collectors in America. Around 500 items from Wright's garlanded career - including signed shirts, goal of the month trophies and his This Is Your Life red book - are now up for sale on an online auction after being purchased anonymously for £7 million. The collection was re-possessed after Wright's first wife Deborah failed to keep up payments on a storage unit in Orlando, Florida. Wright told The Sun: “It's a sad situation when you have been trying for so long to get your memorabilia back and then find out it’s turned up in a lock-up in America which has now been repossessed. “It's just really sad that it has come to this.” Wenger at Arsenal gallery Wright married Deborah in 1993. They separated in 2004, and it is claimed that she has rented the storage unit in Orlando since. A fan bought the paraphernalia at auction before putting it up for sale on the classified ads website Craiglist to a second buyer who wishes to remain anonymous. The items are now for sale on a website called 'County-Cards'. Among the collection is a signed Arsenal shirt with Wright and the number 185 on the back, commemorating the day Wright broke the club's all-time goalscoring record against Bolton Wanderers in 1997. “I searched all of America looking for soccer jerseys to buy and I came across the picture of the framed ‘Thank You 185 jersey’ which caught my eye,” the anonymous buyer told The Sun. “The guy who was selling it said he bought storage units for a living and one of the recent auctions he went to they were auctioning off Ian Wright’s ex-wife’s unit." An Adidas Golden Boot, an FA Premier League Hall of Fame Trophy and Premier League Player of the Month awards are among other collectors' items in the haul. Among the six football shirts, an England strip worn by son Shaun Wright-Phillips has particular sentimental value.
Penske's Will Power says he could not believe IndyCar restarted the race at Barber Motorsports Park under the "very dangerous" extreme weather conditions
Will Power can't believe 'very dangerous' Barber IndyCar restart
Penske's Will Power says he could not believe IndyCar restarted the race at Barber Motorsports Park under the "very dangerous" extreme weather conditions
Penske's Will Power says he could not believe IndyCar restarted the race at Barber Motorsports Park under the "very dangerous" extreme weather conditions
Will Power can't believe 'very dangerous' Barber IndyCar restart
Penske's Will Power says he could not believe IndyCar restarted the race at Barber Motorsports Park under the "very dangerous" extreme weather conditions
Penske's Will Power says he could not believe IndyCar restarted the race at Barber Motorsports Park under the "very dangerous" extreme weather conditions
Will Power can't believe 'very dangerous' Barber IndyCar restart
Penske's Will Power says he could not believe IndyCar restarted the race at Barber Motorsports Park under the "very dangerous" extreme weather conditions
The Masandawana mentor has expressed his disappointment in seeing his rival depart as Amakhosi head coach
Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane saddened by Steve Komphela's departure from Kaizer Chiefs
The Masandawana mentor has expressed his disappointment in seeing his rival depart as Amakhosi head coach
Liverpool's PFA player of the year Mohamed Salah targets the all-time Premier League best goals tally.
Salah sets sights on record chase
Liverpool's PFA player of the year Mohamed Salah targets the all-time Premier League best goals tally.
Liverpool's PFA player of the year Mohamed Salah targets the all-time Premier League best goals tally.
Salah sets sights on record chase
Liverpool's PFA player of the year Mohamed Salah targets the all-time Premier League best goals tally.
Liverpool's PFA player of the year Mohamed Salah targets the all-time Premier League best goals tally.
Salah sets sights on record chase
Liverpool's PFA player of the year Mohamed Salah targets the all-time Premier League best goals tally.
Combines visuals, sounds, and scents to make your travel as relaxing as possible.
Volvo S90 Ambience Concept Is A Three-Seater Luxury Cocoon
Combines visuals, sounds, and scents to make your travel as relaxing as possible.
Combines visuals, sounds, and scents to make your travel as relaxing as possible.
Volvo S90 Ambience Concept Is A Three-Seater Luxury Cocoon
Combines visuals, sounds, and scents to make your travel as relaxing as possible.
Reigning NASCAR Cup series champion Martin Truex Jr says he and his Furniture Row Racing team beat themselves at Richmond after pit problems and a failed strategy left him 14th
Martin Truex Jr: We beat ourselves in Richmond NASCAR Cup race
Reigning NASCAR Cup series champion Martin Truex Jr says he and his Furniture Row Racing team beat themselves at Richmond after pit problems and a failed strategy left him 14th
Reigning NASCAR Cup series champion Martin Truex Jr says he and his Furniture Row Racing team beat themselves at Richmond after pit problems and a failed strategy left him 14th
Martin Truex Jr: We beat ourselves in Richmond NASCAR Cup race
Reigning NASCAR Cup series champion Martin Truex Jr says he and his Furniture Row Racing team beat themselves at Richmond after pit problems and a failed strategy left him 14th
Bribery claims soured Roma's run to the 1984 European Cup final but the Italian side have the chance to banish those memories.
Roma v Liverpool: Giallorossi have chance to write positive headlines
Bribery claims soured Roma's run to the 1984 European Cup final but the Italian side have the chance to banish those memories.
A fight between Anthony Joshua and WBA mandatory challenger Alexander Povetkin "has to happen", according to the Russian's promoter.
Prove you are the best - Povetkin promoter lays down Joshua gauntlet
A fight between Anthony Joshua and WBA mandatory challenger Alexander Povetkin "has to happen", according to the Russian's promoter.
Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman reveals just how close he came to joining Manchester United
Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman reveals just how close he came to joining Manchester United
Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman reveals just how close he came to joining Manchester United
After landing the prestigious PFA Player of the Year award, the 41-goal forward has been advised by a fellow Egyptian to head for La Liga this summer
'Salah can shine alongside Ronaldo' - Liverpool star urged by Mido to accept Real Madrid offer
After landing the prestigious PFA Player of the Year award, the 41-goal forward has been advised by a fellow Egyptian to head for La Liga this summer
After landing the prestigious PFA Player of the Year award, the 41-goal forward has been advised by a fellow Egyptian to head for La Liga this summer
'Salah can shine alongside Ronaldo' - Liverpool star urged by Mido to accept Real Madrid offer
After landing the prestigious PFA Player of the Year award, the 41-goal forward has been advised by a fellow Egyptian to head for La Liga this summer
After landing the prestigious PFA Player of the Year award, the 41-goal forward has been advised by a fellow Egyptian to head for La Liga this summer
'Salah can shine alongside Ronaldo' - Liverpool star urged by Mido to accept Real Madrid offer
After landing the prestigious PFA Player of the Year award, the 41-goal forward has been advised by a fellow Egyptian to head for La Liga this summer
Liverpool vs Roma: Police vow to crack down on any pre-match fan violence
Liverpool vs Roma: Police vow to crack down on any pre-match fan violence
Liverpool vs Roma: Police vow to crack down on any pre-match fan violence
Liverpool vs Roma: Police vow to crack down on any pre-match fan violence
Liverpool vs Roma: Police vow to crack down on any pre-match fan violence
Liverpool vs Roma: Police vow to crack down on any pre-match fan violence
The Manchester United manager has hit out at those who report on the Red Devils, claiming that they want him to fail at Old Trafford
Mourinho: My critics want to kill me if I lose!
The Manchester United manager has hit out at those who report on the Red Devils, claiming that they want him to fail at Old Trafford
El ex delantero del Celta de Vigo volvió a insistir en que el delantero del Liverpool abandone la entidad inglesa para recalar en LaLiga.
Mido: "Salah debería ir al Barcelona o al Real Madrid"
El ex delantero del Celta de Vigo volvió a insistir en que el delantero del Liverpool abandone la entidad inglesa para recalar en LaLiga.
<p>L’uomo da osservare sarà Daniel Ricciardo: l’australiano della Red Bull è anche il testimonial del circuito, che ospiterà un Gran Premio per la terza volta consecutiva. (foto: Getty Images) </p>
F1 2018, Azerbaijan GP, orari e curiosità

L’uomo da osservare sarà Daniel Ricciardo: l’australiano della Red Bull è anche il testimonial del circuito, che ospiterà un Gran Premio per la terza volta consecutiva. (foto: Getty Images)

<p>La situazione in campionato prima di Baku? Guida Vettel con 54 punti, poi Hamilton a 45, Bottas 40, Ricciardo 37, Raikkonen 30. (foto: Getty Images) </p>
F1 2018, Azerbaijan GP, orari e curiosità

La situazione in campionato prima di Baku? Guida Vettel con 54 punti, poi Hamilton a 45, Bottas 40, Ricciardo 37, Raikkonen 30. (foto: Getty Images)

<p>Si tratta di uno dei circuiti più suggestivi, quasi a livello di Montecarlo. A livello turistico, un portento e un volano straordinario per la città. Inoltre ai piloti il disegno del tracciato piace molto. (foto: Getty Images) </p>
F1 2018, Azerbaijan GP, orari e curiosità

Si tratta di uno dei circuiti più suggestivi, quasi a livello di Montecarlo. A livello turistico, un portento e un volano straordinario per la città. Inoltre ai piloti il disegno del tracciato piace molto. (foto: Getty Images)

<p>Fu proprio Nico Rosberg a vincere la prima edizione del GP, che nel 2016 era stato denominato GP d’Europa. (foto: Getty Images) </p>
F1 2018, Azerbaijan GP, orari e curiosità

Fu proprio Nico Rosberg a vincere la prima edizione del GP, che nel 2016 era stato denominato GP d’Europa. (foto: Getty Images)

<p>Il circuito è caratterizzato dalle classiche curve a 90° tipiche dei cittadini, con una sezione molto stretta (la vedete in foto) e un rettilineo lungo sul quale si raggiungono velocità simili a quelle che si vedono a Monza (foto: Getty Images) </p>
F1 2018, Azerbaijan GP, orari e curiosità

Il circuito è caratterizzato dalle classiche curve a 90° tipiche dei cittadini, con una sezione molto stretta (la vedete in foto) e un rettilineo lungo sul quale si raggiungono velocità simili a quelle che si vedono a Monza (foto: Getty Images)

<p>Fu uno dei primi passi falsi della Ferrari nella lotta per il mondiale. Quest’anno la lotta si preannuncia ancora più serrata. I favoriti potrebbero proprio essere i piloti Red Bull, ma l’osservatore speciale Nico Rosberg spiega: “attenzione a Hamilton, ora avrà una fame da vittoria bestiale”. (foto: Getty Images) </p>
F1 2018, Azerbaijan GP, orari e curiosità

Fu uno dei primi passi falsi della Ferrari nella lotta per il mondiale. Quest’anno la lotta si preannuncia ancora più serrata. I favoriti potrebbero proprio essere i piloti Red Bull, ma l’osservatore speciale Nico Rosberg spiega: “attenzione a Hamilton, ora avrà una fame da vittoria bestiale”. (foto: Getty Images)

<p>L’anno scorso la gara fu caotica: tante safety car, Vettel che diede una ruotata a Hamilton durante una ripartenza, Felipe Massa privato di una possibile vittoria da un guasto, le Force India in lotta e in contatto… a vincere fu Ricciardo, davanti a Bottas e Lance Stroll. (foto: Getty Images) </p>
F1 2018, Azerbaijan GP, orari e curiosità

L’anno scorso la gara fu caotica: tante safety car, Vettel che diede una ruotata a Hamilton durante una ripartenza, Felipe Massa privato di una possibile vittoria da un guasto, le Force India in lotta e in contatto… a vincere fu Ricciardo, davanti a Bottas e Lance Stroll. (foto: Getty Images)

<p>Il 29 aprile alle 14.10 andrà in scena il 4° GP di Formula 1 della stagione 2018. La location? Il circuito cittadino di Baku, capitale dell’Azerbaijan (foto: Getty Images) </p>
F1 2018, Azerbaijan GP, orari e curiosità

Il 29 aprile alle 14.10 andrà in scena il 4° GP di Formula 1 della stagione 2018. La location? Il circuito cittadino di Baku, capitale dell’Azerbaijan (foto: Getty Images)

<p>Gli appassionati di F1 potranno vedere la gara in diretta su Sky Sport, mentre per chi non è abbonato la differita sarà su Tv8 alle 21. E vi assicuriamo: questa gara è da non perdere. Perché? (foto: Getty Images) </p>
F1 2018, Azerbaijan GP, orari e curiosità

Gli appassionati di F1 potranno vedere la gara in diretta su Sky Sport, mentre per chi non è abbonato la differita sarà su Tv8 alle 21. E vi assicuriamo: questa gara è da non perdere. Perché? (foto: Getty Images)

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