1204 GMT July 23, 2018
Ozil finally breaks silence over Erdogan meeting
Arsenal star Mesut Ozil broke his silence on the controversial meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that prompted a fierce backlash in Germany.
Klopp defends Liverpool's business after £170m summer tranfers
Jurgen Klopp defended Liverpool's summer transfer business after he had previously said he would do things differently to big-spending clubs.
Iranians bag two taekwondo medals in South Korea tourney
Vettel on pole in Germany, setback for Hamilton
Sebastian Vettel surged to pole for his home German Grand Prix on Saturday as Lewis Hamilton suffered a setback when his Mercedes broke down to leave him at the back of the grid.
Tokyo 2020 Olympics ticket prices unveiled
The organizers of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics unveiled domestic ticket prices for the Games on Friday ranging from less than $18 up to $2,760, the top rate for a place at the opening ceremony.
AJ aware of Povetkin’s KO power
Anthony Joshua knows that Alexander Povetkin has knockout power – and identified the key punch to be wary of.
Shirt sales don't even come close to paying for transfer
Unless you've been hiding under a rock for the last fortnight you can't have failed to notice the world's most marketable footballer has swapped Madrid for Turin.
Persepolis eyeing ACL triumph after Iran impresses at World Cup
Iran drew plaudits for its performances at the World Cup, and one of the country’s biggest clubs, Persepolis, is looking to end the nation's AFC Champions League drought.
Ronaldo will not play at ICC
Cristiano Ronaldo will not join his Juventus teammates for the International Champions Cup in the US, the Serie A club confirmed to ESPN.
Wilder fight 'definitely happening', AJ says
Anthony Joshua still believes he will lure Deontay Wilder to Wembley Stadium, after Alexander Povetkin.
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