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France stars Pogba, Mbappe, Griezmann and Dembele visit Disneyland during downtime

Some of the French team's biggest stars took a trip to Disneyland Paris on Friday as they enjoyed a day off following their 2-2 draw with Iceland on Thursday night.

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Brazil make heavy work of beating Saudi Arabia in friendly

Brazil struggled to a 2-0 win over hosts Saudi Arabia in a stuttering performance on a muggy night in Riyadh in a friendly international on Friday....

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Inside Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding as A-list guests kick off 2 DAYS of partying with Instagram snaps

GUESTS of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbanks were getting into the swing of things as a host of A-list guests were kicking off two days of partying. A number of pictures from the day have appeared online, despite a social media ban. Stars including Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne, Robbie Williams,...

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Belgium 2-1 Switzerland: Romelu Lukaku bags brace to fire Roberto Martinez's side top of group 

ADAM CRAFTON IN BRUSSELS: Thierry Henry bowed out from his role as Belgium's assistant manager with a victory after a Romelu Lukaku double sealed a farewell win for the French coach.

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Saudi Arabia 0-2 Brazil: Gabriel Jesus and Alex Sandro score

The hosts finished the game with 10 men after goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Owais was sent off, following a consultation with the video assistant referee, for handling the ball outside his area.

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Lukaku leads Belgium past Switzerland with a brace

BRUSSELS (AP) - Romelu Lukaku scored both goals in Belgium's 2-1 win over Switzerland on Friday, putting the Red Devils in the lead of its group in the UEFA...

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Saudi Arabia 0 Brazil 2: Gabriel Jesus and Alex Sandro net in routine friendly

GABRIEL JESUS and Alex Sandro scored late on in each half as Brazil won 2-0 against Saudi Arabia in a friendly international. The hosts finished the game with 10 men after goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Owais was sent off, following a consultation with the video assistant referee, for handling the ball...

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Lukaku double lifts the mood in Belgium

BRUSSELS, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Romelu Lukaku scored twice to earn Belgium a 2-1 victory over Switzerland in the Nations League on Friday, lifting the mood in...

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Belgium 2 Switzerland 1: Romelu Lukaku scores twice as Roberto Martinez’s men go top of Nations League group

ROMELU LUKAKU stole the show as Belgium beat Switzerland 2-1 to go top of their UEFA Nations League group. The Manchester United talisman scored a late winner after Mario Gavranovic’s equaliser cancelled out his opener at the King Baudouin Stadium. The score was locked at 0-0 until the former...

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Brazil fail to sparkle in 2-0 win over Saudi Arabia

RIYADH, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Goals near the end of each half from Gabriel Jesus and Alex Sandro gave Brazil a 2-0 win over Saudi Arabia on Friday in an...

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George Russell taking tips from Lewis Hamilton after being confirmed as Britain’s third Formula One driver for 2019

WHIZKID George Russell is getting tips from Lewis Hamilton after being confirmed as Britain’s third Formula One driver for 2019. The 20-year-old from Norfolk will join Williams next season having impressed team bosses in Formula 2. Russell, who is part of the Mercedes Young Driver Programme, spent...

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Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho plots club-record deal for Sergej Milinkovic-Savic

JOSE MOURINHO wants Manchester United to revive a move for Sergej Milinkovic-Savic after an £80million summer deal collapsed. SunSport reported that the United boss watched the Serbia midfielder, 23, in Thursday’s 2-0 UEFA Nations League win over Montenegro and remains interested. Mourinho made...

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Jesus scores as Brazil beats Saudi Arabia 2-0 in friendly

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) - Gabriel Jesus and Alex Sandro scored a goal each as Brazil defeated Saudi Arabia 2-0 in a friendly on Friday.Jesus opened the...

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Gruesome audio and video recordings ‘prove journalist Jamal Khashoggi was tortured’ inside Saudi Arabian embassy in Turkey

GRUESOME audio and video recordings prove journalist Jamal Khashoggi was tortured and murdered inside a Saudi Arabian consulate, it emerged yesterday. Saudi critic Khashoggi, 59, is said to have been chopped up by a 15-strong hit team at the building in Istanbul, Turkey. Turkish spies have told...

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Who is Kathleen Zellner? Making a Murderer Season 2 attorney revealed

Kathleen Zellner will be introduced to Making a Murderer Season two viewers. She's the attorney working Steven Avery's case in the hopes of overturning his conviction and getting him out.

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Why is Croatia vs England behind closed doors and are any away fans allowed in the Uefa Nations League match?

ENGLAND travel to Croatia as they continue their Uefa Nations League campaign following a 2-1 loss at home to Spain. The Three Lions will be looking for revenge for their World Cup semi-final defeat in June, but will be in for a change of surroundings as they play behind closed doors. Why is Croatia...

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Manchester United target Sergej Milinkovic-Savic flattered by Jose Mourinho interest as Red Devils boss watches Serbia beat Montenegro in stands

MANCHESTER UNITED target Sergej Milinkovic-Savic was left “flattered” after being watched by Jose Mourinho last night. The midfielder came off the bench during Serbia’s 2-0 win over neighbours Montenegro, grabbing the assist for Aleksandr Mitrovic’s second of the game. SunSport understands...

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Premier League derby day is December 2

Premier League derby day will fall on December 2 with Chelsea facing Fulham, Arsenal hosting Tottenham and Liverpool taking on Everton.

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Biosphere 2 legacy lives on more than quarter century...

Biosphere 2 is now a University of Arizona site where researchers from around the world can study everything from the effects of the ocean's acidification on coral to ways of ensuring food security.

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