TEOFIMO LOPEZ BEATS VASYL LOMACHENKO
Well, the night has come to an end and it’s getting dangerously light outside – which means one thing – my bed is calling.
But before that, just a final goodbye to everyone who followed along with SunSport’s coverage.
Tonight was Teofimo’s night! He ousted a man who nobody thought could be ousted, and he leaves Las Vegas with four belts, as the sport’s youngest ever undisputed world champion.
A fantastic achievement. Loma will think over his next steps…
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The Reds boss has criticised Premier League chief executive Richard Masters for his “lack of leadership” in presenting a rule change which has been adopted across…
Jurgen Klopp believes the top clubs are facing a nightmare season that has never been seen beforeand he hopes it will never be experienced again.
The Liverpool manager spoke frankly on the unprecedented demands placed on Premier League players, as football attempts to cram the same number of games into a drastically reduced schedule. And he insisted allowing only three substitutes will take a crippling toll on them.
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Jürgen Klopp assessed the centre-back options at his disposal while ruling Fabinho out of action until after the international break due to a ‘minor’ injury.
Jürgen Klopp assessed the centre-back options at his disposal while ruling Fabinho out of action until after the international break due to a minor injury.
The Brazil international sustained an issue during the midweek Champions League victory over FC Midtjylland and is therefore set to miss Liverpool’s next three fixtures.
“After the international break he will back for sure, we just don’t know exactly when,” Klopp said.
“It’s a minor thing. It’s not something which will take him out for ages.”
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Goals from Rayan Aït-Nouri and Daniel Podence gave Wolves a 2-0 home victory over Crystal Palace, who had Luka Milivojevic sent off late on
Wolves have progressed in every season under Nuno Espírito Santo and look well set to continue that trend despite injuries and summer sales. Crystal Palace were certainly unable to stall them here, the visitors comprehensively beaten by effervescent hosts whose goals came from the excellent Daniel Podence and an impressive teenage debutant, Rayan Aït-Nouri. Palace ended up ragged and raging, and Luka Milivojevic was sent off by Martin Atkinson late on for a studs-up tackle on Joäo Moutinho.
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