Soccer

Japan cancels soccer friendly against Chile after earthquake

Sep 6, 2018

The Japan Football Association has canceled an exhibition game against Chile because of a powerful earthquake that struck the island of Hokkaido

England to play Rugby World Cup warm-up test in Newcastle

Sep 5, 2018

England will play a test in the northern city of Newcastle for the first time among four matches in preparation for the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan

David Beckham's team named Inter Miami, still lacks stadium

Sep 5, 2018

David Beckham's Major League Soccer team will be called Inter Miami

Man United defender Shaw nearly had right leg amputated

Sep 4, 2018

Manchester United defender Luke Shaw's right leg nearly had to be amputated following an injury that saw him consider quitting football

David Beckham challenges speeding charge on technicality

Sep 4, 2018

Former England captain David Beckham is challenging a charge of speeding in his Bentley over a technicality

Ronaldo, Salah, Modric make FIFA shortlist, Messi doesn't

Sep 3, 2018

Lionel Messi has failed to make the world player of the year shortlist for the first time since 2006, with Luka Modric and Mohamed Salah making their first appearance in the final three alongside Cristiano Ronaldo

Mourinho enters calm spell as Man United wins 2-0 at Burnley

Sep 2, 2018

After the furore that followed straight Premier League defeats for Manchester United, Jose Mourinho's team produced a routine victory as it beat Burnley 2-0 on Sunday

Hiroshima stretches lead atop J-League with win over Kashima

Sep 2, 2018

Relegation-threatened Sagan Tosu, featuring former Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres, earned a point at third-placed FC Tokyo in an uninspiring 0-0 draw in the J-League on Sunday.

Palace without Zaha give Southampton first EPL win

Sep 1, 2018

Crystal Palace's reliance on Wilfried Zaha is exposed again as Southampton exploits his absence to earn its first win in the English Premier League 2-0 at Selhurst Park

Big-spending West Ham lose 4th straight EPL match

Sep 1, 2018

Big-spending West Ham has slumped to its fourth straight defeat to open the English Premier League after conceding an injury-time goal to lose at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0

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