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Euro 2020 Qualifying | Morata double gives Spain victory

Euro 2020 Qualifying | Morata double gives Spain victory

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Updates from :  the Hindu : Quagliarella returns to make Italy history Alvaro Morata’s remarkable revival continued on Tuesday as he scored twice for Spain in a 2-0 victory over Malta. Morata’s double at the Ta’Qali stadium gives Spain two wins from two in Euro 2020 qualifying and the perfect start in Group F. The results: Group D: Ireland 1 (Hourihane 36) bt Georgia 0; Switzerland 3 (Freuler 19, Xhaka 66, Embolo 76) drew with Denmark 3 (M. Jorgensen 84, Gytkjaer 88, Dalsgaard 90). Group F: Malta 0 lost to Spain 2 (Morata 31, 73); Norway 3 (Johnsen 41, King 59, Kamara 90) drew with Sweden 3 (Claesson 70, Quaison 86, 90); Romania 4 (Deac 26, Keseru 29, 33, Puscas 63) bt Faroe Islands 1 (V. Davidsen 40-pen). Group J: Armenia 0 lost to Finland 2 (Jensen 14, Soiri 78); Bosnia
Thrilling comeback by Chelsea

Thrilling comeback by Chelsea

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Updates from :  the Hindu : The visitors then completed the fightback when substitute Loftus-Cheek stormed in at the back post to plant a header in the bottom corner. Late goals from Cesar Azpilicueta and Ruben Loftus-Cheek helped Chelsea complete a thrilling comeback to beat Cardiff City 2-1 away in the Premier League on Sunday. With Chelsea heading for an embarrassing defeat against third-bottom Cardiff, its captain Azpilicueta dragged it back with a goal that appeared to be offside. The visitors then completed the fightback when substitute Loftus-Cheek stormed in at the back post to plant a header in the bottom corner. Chelsea is sixth in the table with 60 points, level with fifth-placed Arsenal, which has played a game fewer, and a point behind Manchester United in fourth
Malinga controversy: Virat, Rohit lambast glaring error

Malinga controversy: Virat, Rohit lambast glaring error

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Updates from :  the Hindu : With RCB needing seven off the final delivery of the match, Lasith Malinga bowled a dot ball as Mumbai celebrated its first win of the season. A thrilling encounter between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians ended with one umpiring decision being the focus of debate. With RCB needing seven off the final delivery of the match, Lasith Malinga bowled a dot ball as Mumbai celebrated its first win of the season. Seconds later, though, it emerged that Malinga had overstepped, with umpire S. Ravi failing to spot the no-ball. An extra run and a free-hit would have kept RCB in the game, but it was not to be. Be more sharp! Both captains were critical of the umpiring error. “We are playing at IPL level, not club cricket,” an irate Virat Kohli s
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