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Tottenham 0-1 Chelsea: Jorginho condemns Spurs to third Premier League loss in a row

Tottenham 0-1 Chelsea: Jorginho condemns Spurs to third Premier League loss in a row

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Thomas Tuchel continued his unbeaten start as Chelsea manager with victory at Tottenham, a result that moved them into the Premier League's top six.Jorginho's first-half penalty, awarded after Eric Dier upended Timo Werner, gave the Blues a win their more progressive approach deserved against a Spurs side devoid of ideas and ambition until it was too late.Tuchel has now enjoyed two wins and a draw, without conceding a goal, since replacing the sacked Frank Lampard, and while the animated German occasionally displayed signs of frustration in his technical area, this was ultimately a satisfying outcome.In contrast, it was a third successive defeat in a dismal sequence for Tottenham and manager Jose Mourinho as they were punished for a desperately negative gameplan which, shorn of main marksm...
Rockies to trade All-Star third baseman Nolan Arenado to Cardinals

Rockies to trade All-Star third baseman Nolan Arenado to Cardinals

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Jan. 29 (UPI) -- The St. Louis Cardinals are acquiring All-Star third baseman Nolan Arenado in a blockbuster trade with the Colorado Rockies. League sources told ESPN, The Athletic and the Denver Post on Friday night that St. Louis is sending multiple unnamed players and more than $ 50 million to the Rockies in the deal. Advertisement Arenado will need to formally waive his no-trade clause before the trade can be finalized, and his opt-out clause after the 2021 season must be addressed. MLB and the players' union also must approve the agreement. The 29-year-old Arenado is scheduled to earn $ 35 million in 2021 as part of an eight-year, $ 260 million contract he signed with the Rockies in 2019. The deal includes an opt-out clause after the 2021 campaign. If the deal between the Rockies and...
Australia v India: Hosts take control of third Test after fine bowling and fielding display

Australia v India: Hosts take control of third Test after fine bowling and fielding display

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Third Test, Sydney Cricket Ground (day three)Australia 338 & 103-2: Labuschagne 47*India 244: Gill 50, Pujara 50; Cummins 4-29Australia lead by 197 runsScorecardAustralia appear on course to win the third Test against India after a sublime bowling and fielding display on day three at the Sydney Cricket Ground.India were 195-4, trailing by 143 runs, but lost their last six wickets for just 49 runs to be dismissed for 244.World number one bowler Pat Cummins claimed four wickets and the home side pulled off three superb run outs to punish sloppy running by the tourists.Australia closed on 103-2, a lead of 197 runs.Marnus Labuschange remains unbeaten on 47, while Steve Smith is 29 not out.If Australia's two best batsmen continue to build on their fine partnership so far on day four, India ...
Moderna becomes third Covid vaccine approved in the UK

Moderna becomes third Covid vaccine approved in the UK

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Climate activists lose legal battle to stop Heathrow third runway

Climate activists lose legal battle to stop Heathrow third runway

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Climate activists have lost a long-running legal battle to stop a third runway at Heathrow.The Supreme Court has overturned a previous Court of Appeal ruling in a case brought by Friends of the Earth and others against Heathrow Airport. The court was asked to consider if the government's failure to take into account the UK's climate commitments rendered the planned third runway unlawful.Tim Crosland, of the campaign group Plan B, said the original decision by former transport secretary Chris Grayling to support the expansion made a "mockery" of the government's commitment to show international leadership in the face of a climate emergency. Image: Activists had sought to challenge ex-transport secretary Chris Grayling's decision "Had C...