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Atalanta 1-1 Manchester City: Defender Kyle Walker goes in goal in bizarre game in Milan

Atalanta 1-1 Manchester City: Defender Kyle Walker goes in goal in bizarre game in Milan

Sports
Defender Kyle Walker had to play in goal for the closing stages as Manchester City held on to draw with Atalanta in the Champions League.Walker replaced substitute goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, who was sent off for a sliding tackle on Josip Ilicic outside the box, having replaced first-choice keeper Ederson at half-time.Raheem Sterling had given the visitors a 1-0 lead in the first half of their group-stage game before Chelsea loannee Mario Pasalic equalised four minutes after the restart. City striker Gabriel Jesus also missed a first-half penalty in a bizarre game at the San Siro.'One of the most fun things in football' - Walker dons the gloves and everyone loves itChampions League permutations...
WWE Crown Jewel: Wrestling Twitter goes into overload after The Fiend Bray Wyatt defeats Seth Rollins to become Universal champion

WWE Crown Jewel: Wrestling Twitter goes into overload after The Fiend Bray Wyatt defeats Seth Rollins to become Universal champion

Sports
Fans have criticised WWE in the past for treating these Saudi Arabia shows like they are glorified house shows, but nobody can say that on this occasion. Not only did Tyson Fury and Cain Velasquez make their WWE debuts from different sports, but we saw a new world champion in the main event. WWE The Fiend is your new Universal champion The Fiend Bray Wyatt won the Universal title from Seth Rollins with a match that largely mirrored their Hell in a Cell offering, but the closing moments were awesome. The Fiend has been one of the most popular characters in wrestling since debuting after WrestleMania and the company have done a masterful job of keeping him exciting. Wyatt was drafted to SmackDown in the draft that took place a couple of weeks ago, but ...
Watch: Winner goes behind-the-scenes of ‘Soso’ video

Watch: Winner goes behind-the-scenes of ‘Soso’ video

Entertainment
Oct. 24 (UPI) -- South Korean boy band Winner is giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at its new music video. The K-pop group shared a "making of" video Thursday from the set of its "Soso" video. The video follows Winner members Jinwoo, Seunghoon, Mino and Seungyoon as they film intense action and dance sequences and goof around in the desert. Winner released the "Soso" music video Wednesday. The video has a post-apocalyptic theme and features dramatic imagery.[embedded content] "Soso" appears on Winner's new EP, Cross, released Wednesday. The mini album also includes the songs "OMG," "Dress Up," "Flamenco," "Wind" and "Don't Be Shy." Cross is Winner's first new EP since We, released in May. The group is known for the singles "Empty," "Really Really," "Love Me Love Me" and "Millions." ...
The Hundred: Rashid Khan goes to Trent Rockets, Steve Smith and Mitchell Starc at Welsh Fire

The Hundred: Rashid Khan goes to Trent Rockets, Steve Smith and Mitchell Starc at Welsh Fire

Sports
Afghanistan's Rashid Khan was the first pick in Sunday's inaugural The Hundred draft.The leg-spinner will earn £125,000 after being picked by Trent Rockets.Australia team-mates Steve Smith and Mitchell Starc will play together at Welsh Fire while David Warner was drafted by Southern Brave. However, West Indies opener Chris Gayle, South Africa bowler Kagiso Rabada and Sri Lanka's Lasith Malinga all missed out on selection.The BBC will have live television coverage of 10 men's matches from The Hundred and up to eight live matches from the women's tournament, including both finals. Rashid, 21, will play alongside England Test captain Joe Root at Trent Rockets who described him as the "one of the
Google ‘tracking iPhone users’ case goes ahead

Google ‘tracking iPhone users’ case goes ahead

Technology
Legal action brought against Google for allegedly tracking the personal data of four million iPhone users can go ahead in the UK, three judges have ruled.The case had previously been blocked by the High Court.It was brought by Richard Lloyd, former director of the consumer rights group Which?Google said in response: "The case relates to events that took place nearly a decade ago and that we addressed at the time.""We believe it has no merit and should be dismissed," it added. Class actionBetween 2011 and 2012, Google cookies - small computer text files - collected data on health, race, ethnicity, sexuality and finance, through Apple's Safari web browser, even when users had chosen a "Do not track" privacy setting, Mr Lloyd alleges.It is the first time a s...