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Toure: Defending is annoying and difficult

Yaya Toure has praised Pep Guardiola's approach to football, saying that it is far preferable to a defensive style which he found 'annoying'.

Iwobi: Wenger deserves more respect

Arsenal forward Alex Iwobi has urged the club's supporters to respect manager Arsene Wenger, calling the Gunners faithful "impatient".

Brathwaite happy with Windies balance

West Indies T20I skipper Carlos Brathwaite is happy with the balance of his side despite missing all stars Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo, Andre Russell.

Amla spares Proteas blushes

Hashim Amla's assured half-century brightened up an otherwise gloomy opening day of the third Test between the Proteas and New Zealand at Seddon Park.

Ozil: Gunners in 'difficult phase'

Arsenal midfielder Mezut Ozil has given his opinion on the reasons for the Gunners' struggles in recent weeks and indicated that he is not considering a future outside of London for the moment.

Hamilton quickest as F1 ups the pace

F1 delivered on its promise to up the pace as Lewis Hamilton topped the timesheets in the first FP1 of the season in Melbourne, 5.5 seconds faster than last year's P1 time.

Xhaka: Arsenal on Bayern's level

Arsenal midfielder, Granit Xhaka, has claimed that transferring to Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich would be a lateral move for him.

FP2: Back-to-back P1s for Hamilton

Despite insisting that Ferrari were the team to beat, it was Lewis Hamilton who dominated Friday's running in Melbourne, up by half a second in FP2.

Kuldeep exposes Aussie middle order

A brilliant debut performance from Kuldeep Yadav helped India peg Australia back to 300 all out after Steve Smith and David Warner had laid a good platform.

ODI series preview: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh

The ODI series against Bangladesh has taken on fresh significance for hosts Sri Lanka after they suffered their first ever Test defeat to the visitors last week

Federer and Wawrinka set up all-Swiss showdown

The winner of Sunday's Indian Wells Masters final will definitely be Swiss, after Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka both won their respective semi-finals on Saturday.
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