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Andy Murray a explique qu'il pourrait renoncer au «Tournoi des maitres» (15-22 novembre), qui s'achevera moins d'une semaine avant la finale de la Coupe Davis (27-29 novembre) en Belgique.
En poursuivant votre navigation sur ce site, vous acceptez l’utilisation de cookies pour vous proposer des contenus et services adaptes a vos centres d’interets. L’attaquant argentin, passe par le Real Madrid, est courtise depuis plus d’un an par le PSG. All plans come as a Standard license, and can be upgraded to an Enhanced license at any time. That will deflate Tottenham, who now have to take on Manchester United at White Hart Lane where defeat would leave them TEN points off top spot.
Never mind the title race though, Spurs could still see their top four spot under threat if they lose against United today and kick-off has been delayed until 4.15pm due to the visitors getting stuck in traffic. Click here to follow events at White Hart Lane, while you can follow Liverpool's home game with Stoke by joining me on this link. 90+5min: The 1-0 winning run is over, but only because Jamie Vardy has scored his second as he breaks from a Gray pass, taking the ball past Van Aanholt and Mannone before slotting home into an open goal. 87min: Rodwell's effort has been Sunderland's best hope of scoring, but they haven't had a sniff since.
84min: Meanwhile at the other end, Mannone is keeping Sunderland in this - advancing off his line to close down Ulloa and block his shot from inside the box.
Leicester make the final change and throw on another defender as Daniel Amartey replaces Marc Albrighton - who takes a rather gentle jog to kill some time. The ball falls nicely on the ground for the midfielder six yards out, but somehow he sidefoots the effort over the crossbar with just Schmeichel to beat.
81min: Leicester City do finally bring on Gray as he replaces Riyad Mahrez in their second switch.
80min: Chance for Sunderland, but despite a Lens cross to the back post finding Van Aanholt, his first touch is woeful and results in a goal kick. 5 - All five of Danny Drinkwatera€™s Premier League assists this season have been for Jamie Vardy. 73min: Sunderland with a chance to respond, but despite Van Aanholt finding Borini with a cut-back, the striker can only boot the ball into his own face before it goes wide.
68min: Demarai Gray was preparing to come on for Leicester before the goal but instead it's Sunderland making changes now. 62min: Leicester City are making changes to their attack as Leonardo Ulloa adds height to the front line by replacing Okazaki. 59min: Drinkwater has a second chance to open the scoring after running on to Riyad Mahrez's cut-back but his low shot towards the bottom corner is comfortably stopped by Manone diving down to his near post.
53min: Back come the foxes, although they fail to test Vito Mannone as Shinji Okazaki plays a one-two with Kante before blazing way over the bar. 50min: Now Yedlin tries his luck but his 30-yard shot is way off target as Sunderland maintain their the attacking momentum. 47min: Sunderland start the half by winning a corner but despite Kasper Schmeichel failing to punch clear, Fabio Borini can only fire wide from a miscued effort from the edge of the box. In a battle of the England strikers past and present, it's Leicester's Jamie Vardy having the edge, although neither has yet to force a save from the goalkeepers. The only issue for the Foxes is that the home side have been just as resolute at the back in the first half. Yedlin may have survived a penalty shout following his high foot on Okazaki, but I'm still convinced it would have been an extremely soft penalty kick. 0 - Leicester City have now gone 7 hours and 25 minutes without conceding a Premier League goal. Younes Kaboul of Sunderland outjumps Wes Morgan of Leicester City before heading over the crossbar. 45min: There will be three added minutes as Leicester players now appeal for a penalty following a handball from Kaboul. Like at the other end, Riyad Mahrez's shot does hit the Sunderland defender but it wasn't deliberate so play is sensibly waved on.
43min: We've had just one shot on target so far in this game and that was in the opening few minutes - even that was a token effort from Kante. 40min: Ok, I've seen a replay and it wasn't Morgan, it was his centre-back partner Robert Huth but at least my gut instinct looks correct.
The defender did slide to block Van Aanholt's low cross and while he does handle the ball, in no way is it deliberate.
Not before penalty appeals go up from the home fans and players though, who are convinced Wes Morgan handled the ball.
32min: There's 17 places between these teams in the table but it's been a very even game so far. You can catch the post-match fall-out from the Tyne-Wear clash on the homepage, while also seeing how Southampton came from behind to beat Liverpool 3-2 at St Mary's. Elsewhere Tottenham host Bournemouth at 4pm (which you can follow live on this link) but most eyes will now be on the clash with the Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium - be sure to join me here for all the action.
On this page I'll leave you with the league table which will be lead to a few raised glasses in Norwich.
90+3min: There will be stoppage time in stoppage time here as Mitrovic needs treatment on the pitch after taking a knock to the head while attacking a cross.
He wants to continue but the Newcastle medics insist he cannot, and with the Toon having used all their subs they will finish with 10 men.
90+1min: We are into four added minutes and it's not hard to see which team wants the winner more as Mannone is booked for time wasting.
85min: It's too much for one Newcastle fan who runs on to the pitch to celebrate with the striker, who is booked for taking his shirt off - of course he is booked. 82min: That's an in-house fine in the making as DeAndre Yedlin takes a foul throw to needlessly give Newcastle possession. 76min: And now big cheers from the home fans as after four months out injured, striker Papiss Cisse is on to replace Townsend - who has faded a little in this half. 75min: And that's quickly followed by SUnderland's second switch as Dame N'Doye comes on for Khazri.
72min: Now Sunderland look like they are forced into a change as Younes Kaboul has a calf strain and is replaced by John O'Shea.
71min: A second change for Newcastle and it's the other full-back departing as Janmaat makes way for Vurnon Anita. 68min: From restless to outright frustration as a corner floated into the box is easily taken by Mannone. 62min: Benitez does make a change as Jack Colback departs, with Siem de Jong replacing him. He chooses volley and it's the wrong one as he scuffs his effort at goal - probably should have headed that instead. 52min: No goals, just more yellow cards for Newcastle as Jonjo Shelvey is a day late and a dollar short with his sliding tackle on Jan Kirchhoff.

48min: First chance of the half for Newcastle as Vito Mannone comes and fails to collect a Townsend corner, which results in a Perez shot on goal being hooked off the line by Yann M'Vila. Ah, Jermain Defoe - he's hardly had a kick but when the chance fell to the striker he took it.
The former Tottenham man's clinical finishing is the difference between the teams, you just don't see Aleksandar Mitrovic having the same sort of impact for the Toon. But the Newcastle defence fail to clear and on the volley inside the box, Jermain Defoe rifles through a crowd of players to break the deadlock. 43min: Jack Rodwell tries his luck from distance but the midfielder's effort is well off target. 36min: Now Sunderland have a free-kick a bit closer to goal, this one 30 yards out as Borini is brought down. 31min: Instead of going over the wall, Jonjo Shelvey tries to blast past it as his rifled drive across goal creeps just wide - although I'd wager Mannone just about had it covered. 29min: A free-kick right on the edge of the box for Newcastle as Ayoze Perez is tripped by Younes Kaboul. One of Kane’s many qualities is his ability to take each chance on its merits, regardless of what may have happened before. Ayew beats Dembele, then Walker, cuts in and hits the near post, as the ball bounces out to Gestede whose lazy, left-footed effort from five yards out loops up and hits the bar as Villa hit the woodwork twice!
A few missed passes and pointless fouls have crept into the game from both sides, with Villa and Spurs looking tired. Lamela plays in Alli who takes it from Rose before the young man lays off, gets it back, and again, but Hutton scrapes it out as Villa hold firm. Altercation between supporters and stewards here as they force a banner that reads 'Lerner out' to be taken down. Wimmer knocks it to Alderweireld, before Dier travels, as does Eriksen, and then Rose wins his side a corner down the left. Lamela looks to get Spurs going forward through the middle of the park once more but the ball to Kane is cut out. Villa look dejected and Spurs' fans are in full voice as the away side whip it about with relative ease. Gil loses possession, Lamela plays it to Alli who squares across the box from the left; unclear if it's meant for Kane but he gets on the end of it and finishes in the top corner. Guzan was sensational for Villa in denying Kane all half until right at the end, when the home side were caught out by a touch of quick thinking from Alli and a superb finish from the England striker.
With Westwood off the field, Spurs go forward, Veretout then runs away with it, before Gana fouls Alli.
Dembele feeds Kane down the left flank who returns the favour to the Belgian but the play fizzles out. They dominated the early exchanges and were unlucky not to score but Aston Villa have grown into this game. Tottenham still look dangerous when they attack, though, and could just have taken the lead through Harry Kane. Stoke City 1-2 SouthamptonGraziano Pelle had waited more than 14 hours and 13 games for a goal, but the Italian struck twice in just over half an hour to put Southampton on course for victory at the Britannia Stadium.A first win in four games saw Ronaldo Koemana€™s side move into seventh position in the table, leapfrogging Stoke in the race for a Europa League place. That's all from the top flight this afternoon, and while I will leave you with the league table from it, there is more live action to come. Make sure you join me on the above link for live coverage of the FA Cup quarter-final between Everton and Chelsea. We are into four added minutes at the Vitality Stadium and Swansea City are pressing for a last gasp equaliser.
Another chance for Southampton to put this game to bed but James Ward-Prowse's free-kick strikes the crossbar.
In fact it's Bournemouth nearly scoring again as Lewis Garbban's delicate chip from the edge of the box is just tipped over by Fabianski. The last time Swansea City made a change they scored two minutes later, so on comes their second substitute as Mo Barrow (like Gradel) earlier sees his day come to an end having scored one and created another. Strong penalty claim at Stoke, but it is for Southampton as Tadic appears to be tripped by Butland. Meanwhile Bournemouth have made their final change as Gradel departs in favour of Marc Pugh - it's been a fine afternoon for the former but his legs appear to have gone having scored one and created another.
7 - Sergio AgA?ero (9) is the only player to have scored more Premier League goals in 2016 than Gylfi Sigurdsson (7). Eddie Howe has freshened up his attack following Swansea's rather surprising equaliser as Lewis Grabban has come on to replace Benik Afobe. It's all backs to the wall for Southampton now as Virgil van Dijk makes a superb block to deny Imbula an equaliser as Stoke pile on the pressure. On the hour and Swansea City make an attacking change as Bafetimbi Gomis comes on to replace Wayne Routledge - still just the one shot on target for the Swans at the Vitality Stadium.
The scorer turns creator as Gradel lays the ball off for Josh King to lash home at Fabianski's near post five minutes into the second half.
I've since learned that Shaqiri's withdrawal during the first half looked like it was due to injury - with the Stoke playmaker appearing to pick up a thigh problem. Eunan O'Kane has replaced Dan Gosling who was booked shortly before Gradel opened the scoring in the first period. 95 - Modou Barrow is the first Gambian to score a Premier League goal, meaning 95 different nationalities have now scored in the PL.
From previously being on a goal drought, Pelle is on a hat-trick at the Britannia Stadium - but he isn't completely back on form - kicking at thin air following a Tadic cut-back.
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DeAndre Yedlin's clearance is closed down and it allows Vardy to thread a pass for Amartey into the box.
Leicester appear to be heading for a 10-point advantage at the top and are showing very little nerves as the Black Cats have failed to muster much of a response. Danny Drinkwater picks out the run of Jamie Vardy with a long ball, and the striker escapes the attention of Younes Kaboul before slotting past Mannone for his 20th league goal of the season. Khazri does the hard work by collecting a high ball 30 yards out and getting the ball out his feet to make an angle, but his curled effort across goal is nowhere near the target as it flies way over and wide. Wahbi Khazri attempts an ambitious shot from 30 yards, but it deflects off Jermain Defoe before trickling wide.

Vardy crosses for an unmarked Danny Drinkwater in the box but rather than volley the ball, the midfielder takes a first touch which is extremely poor and allows Mannone to gather. A cross falls for Borini on the edge of the box, with the striker quickly getting the ball down before blasting a drive across goal and just over the crossbar.
Defoe plays Borini into the box, whose shot across goal takes a slight deflection off Morgan before Schmeichel parries the ball away. Khazri's hold up play ends with him back heeling the ball for an overlapping Patrick Van Aanholt, whose byline cross is cleared by the Foxes. Borini is given time to look up and float a cross from the right into the centre, and jumping like a salmon to meet it is Kaboul whose header flies just over the crossbar.
Sadly it's come at the expense of any clear cut chances, with much of the play coming in midfield so far where neither team can gain the upper hand. It was his foul throw and poor defending inside the box after which allowed Newcastle to garb an equaliser, which could be pivotal in the battle against relegation. Aleksandar Mitrovic scores a HUGE derby goal as he jumps highest at the back post to beat Yedlin to the ball and nod home Georginio Wijnaldum's cross.
Shelvey's chipped ball into the box has Mitrovic chasing, but the duo of Kone and O'Shea both raise their hands to prevent the striker from getting through. Their side look no closer to grabbing an equaliser as Perez turns inside the box fore firing weakly straight at Mannone. On the hour it's Sunderland starting to find more success in attack as Borini rifles just wide of the target from 25 yards. Newcastle have created the chances this half, but it's Sunderland who should have doubled the lead, Elliot reacting superbly to palm over Patrick van Aanholt's powerfully struck snap shot on the angle. Townsend attacks the right flank before lifting a high cross to the back post, and it gives Sissoko time to assess his options before it drops out the sky. Sissoko cuts on to his right foot from the left but while his cross is accurate in finding Mitrovic, the striker can't generate enough power in his header to really trouble Mannone. The Toon may have a game in hand on Norwich but if it stays like this they will be four points adrift of Sunderland and safety.
Sunderland once again lead in the derby as following a short corner to the edge of the box, Borini's powerful drive is parried away by Elliot. Jack Colback, already on a booking, is treading a fine line as manages to escape punishment for having a huge grab of Borni's shirt while trying to win the ball off him. Sunderland are still dictating play but there is very little to concern Newcastle fans - outside of the notion they are being outplayed at home by their rivals.
Townsend aside they are just creating very little, as Daryl Janmaat's cross is collected by Mannone. Gestede wins the initial header, which he should be getting on target but it goes to unmarked Lescott at the back stick who somehow misses the target with his left.
Spurs have so much room and again it is Alli, Eriksen and Lamela who are controlling the game. But it's a familiar story as Spurs speed clear and Lamela hits a shot which is deflected wide for a corner. Rose then sprays one to Walker who hits a ferocious shot which is parried by Guzan and it's a corner. Eriksen then commits a foul, before Alli loses out to Gana, and then Alderweireld breaks up play with splendid timing. Alli takes it quickly and finds Kane who slots past Guzan with a really good, composed finish with his left, inside the area. Gestede then receives the ball and hits the ball on the volley which Lloris stops, before Spurs go on the attack. Spurs then go on the attack as Dier sprays brilliantly to Walker, whose touch lets him down and it's a Villa goal kick.
But it did not come easily as Marko Arnautovica€™s goal seven minutes after half-time put Saints under pressure for most of the second half, and substitute Sadio Mane was shown a straight red card in injury-time at the end.Stoke actually came into the game on better form, with 10 points from their last four league games. In stoppage time the Southampton forward is dismissed although it looks quite a harsh call following his challenge on Erik Pieters. The hosts make a second change as Peter Crouch comes on against his former club in place of Glenn Whelan. Swansea are nothing if not clinical as Gylfi Sigurdsson finishes brilliantly into the top corner after Barrow played the assist for the midfielder. Stoke are in control now even if Imbula does make a poor choice to shoot off target from distance instead of feeding Erik Pieters in space.
Giannelli Imbula collects a clearance before feeding Ibrahim Afellay down the left, whose cross is turned in at the near post by Marko Arnautovic. On ne peut pas jouer cinq matches contre les meilleurs et ne prendre aucun repos ensuite», a-t-il ajoute. Selon L’Equipe, le club de la capitale est tombe d’accord avec Manchester United pour un transfert de l’ordre de 65 millions d’euros.
Il serait la 2e recrute parisienne de ce mercato apres l’arrivee du milieu de terrain defensif Benjamin Stambouli. If at any time you're unsatisfied with your experience with us, you can cancel your subscription. Okazaki holds up the ball on the byline before chipping the ball to the edge of the box for Vardy, but the striker can only scuff his volley as the Sunderland back four scramble clear. A seventh straight derby defeat is in store for those poor folk if their side don't take it up another level. The Tottenham striker could have scored more but two was plenty, taking his tally for the season to 22, the same as Villa have scored in the Premier League. Lamela goes through in the box but his right-footed shot is blocked very well and goes out for a corner.
The Argentine then gets it back and feeds Kane whose cross is collected well by Guzan under pressure. La presence de tous les joueurs qui y sont qualifies est donc obligatoire a moins d'une blessure» a affirme Chris Kermode, mardi dans la presse britannique. Le joueur devrait rejoindre ses futurs coequipiers, actuellement en stage dans le New Jersey, dimanche, ou au plus tard lundi. Comme face a la France en quarts, il s'est impose dans ses deux simples et dans le double avec son frere Jamie en demi-finale contre l'Australie ce week-end. Neanmoins, s'il n'est pas blesse, Andy Murray devra participer au Masters», a ajoute Chris Kermode.

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