England into Euro 2020 final after ending Danish dream run

A historical night at Wembley. 55 long years since an entire nation has been yearning, hoping, longing, all down to this final moment at the UEFA Euro 2020. England surged past Denmark in a thrilling semifinal on Wednesday night to set the stage for a much anticipated game with Italy. Victorious by 2 goals to 1, the nation made their way to the Euro Final for the first time in history, putting an end to Denmark’s inspiring run. Is it coming home? 🎶 “Southgate you’re the one…” #EURO2020 | #ENG…

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Raducanu goes down to Zhang in first match since Wimbledon run

Read also The Volley podcast #6: The present and future of British tennis Tennis Majors Read also “You don’t see too many young (British) players coming through, who have all the criteria: Raducanu looks like she’s the real deal” Tennis Majors Cet article Raducanu goes down to Zhang in first match since Wimbledon run est apparu en premier sur Tennis Majors. Source link

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Andy Murray gives injury update as Liam Broady continues Tokyo 2020 run

Andy Murray is going well in the doubles with Joe Salisbury (Picture: Getty) Andy Murray revealed he had promised British doubles specialist Joe Salisbury he’d prioritise their partnership over his singles hopes at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics as he continues to manage a thigh injury. Murray, a two-time gold medalist, withdrew from the singles in Japan after being advised by his medical team not to compete in both disciplines. Despite seeking a hat-trick in the singles, Murray opted to focus on doubles with Salisbury – currently the ninth-best doubles player…

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Lewis Hamilton has ‘never run away from a fight’

Lewis Hamilton is up for the challenge of retaining the World title despite this year’s rules having a “massive” impact on Mercedes. Having led the championship race through the early rounds, Hamilton lost P1 to Max Verstappen at the Monaco Grand Prix. With Red Bull stringing together a run of five race wins, four of which went to the Dutchman, Hamilton arrived at Silverstone trailing by 32 points. That became 33 at the end of Saturday evening’s sprint qualifying but it was slashed on Sunday as the Brit won the British…

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Watch: Joe Root displays sportsman spirit, asks Yorkshire teammates to not run out injured batsman

Joe Root and Yorkshire players displayed an impressive display of sportsmanship as he refused to run out an injured Lancashire batsman Steven Croft. The incident took place in the 18th over of Lancashire’s run chase when Luke Wells pushed the ball towards mid-off and scampered for a quick single. However, non-striker Croft injured his left leg midway and cried in agony as he fell on the pitch. Seeing this, Root asked his players to not run him out. It was a crucial juncture of the game as Lancashire needed 17…

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Stu Cowan: Unflappable Ducharme reaps reward for Canadiens’ Cup run

Breadcrumb Trail Links Sports NHL Montreal Canadiens Hockey Inside Out Hockey Habs’ calm, cool and confident head coach gets three-year deal after guiding team through a trying season to their first Cup final since 1993. Author of the article: Stu Cowan  •  Montreal Gazette Montreal Canadiens head coach Dominique Ducharme shouts at officials during Game 3 of Stanley Cup final against the Tampa Bay Lightning in Montreal on July 2, 2021. Photo by John Mahoney /Montreal Gazette Article content Calm, cool and confident. Advertisement This advertisement has not loaded yet,…

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Jack Todd: Habs have work to do after rousing run to the Stanley Cup final

Breadcrumb Trail Links Sports NHL Montreal Canadiens Hockey Inside Out Hockey Whatever happens next, it’s important to recognize what the Canadiens accomplished this spring. Author of the article: Jack Todd  •  Special to Montreal Gazette Publishing date: Jul 11, 2021  •  2 hours ago  •  4 minute read  •  20 Comments Canadiens players wait to shake hands with the Lightning after losing Game 5 of Stanley Cup final 1-0 Wednesday night at Amalie Arena in Tampa. Photo by Bruce Bennett /Getty Images Article content Then came the next chapter in our…

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Plante unveils ‘ephemeral fresco’ to celebrate Habs’ playoff run

Breadcrumb Trail Links Montreal Canadiens Local News “We wanted to thank the Canadiens, to celebrate them,” the mayor said Saturday at the site of a temporary display in Mount Royal Park. Author of the article: Frédéric Tomesco The Habs’ playoff run “was the first time since the beginning of the pandemic that we could all celebrate together — Montrealers, Quebecers, all Canadians,” said Mayor Valérie Plante, who helped paint a message of thanks near the Sir George-Étienne Cartier monument in Mount Royal Park on Saturday, July 10, 2021. Photo by…

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