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Barcelona manager Luis Enrique believes his side will be a deserving winner of its 24th La Liga title with a victory at Granada on Saturday. The Catalans lead Real Madrid by a point with just one game to play after continuing their return to form with a 5-0 drubbing of Espanyol in the Catalan derby on the weekend.
Luis Suarez scored twice, while Lionel Messi, Neymar and Rafinha, with his first goal since returning from a long-term knee injury, were also on target. One of Barca's title rivals fell by the wayside on Sunday when Atletico Madrid lost 2-1 to relegated Levante.
Barca has now scored 21 goals without reply in a four-game winning run since it spectacularly dropped three league games in a row for the first time in 13 years last month. Significantly, Granada also ensured it is mathematically safe from relegation with a 4-1 thrashing of 10-man Sevilla on Sunday. Real coach Zinedine Zidane said he believes his side can snatch the La Liga title away from Barcelona in a dramatic final-day showdown on Saturday. Zidane has masterminded a dramatic turnaround in Real's fortunes since replacing the fired Rafael Benitez in January. Madrid has won 20 of 25 games since the French legend took charge, advancing to just its second Champions League final since Zidane scored the winner as a player in 2002. Meanwhile, Atletico coach Diego Simeone said he was proud of his side's title challenge, despite a 2-1 loss to already-relegated Levante. Simeone was made to pay for leaving top scorer Antoine Griezmann and inspirational defender Diego Godin on the bench with one eye possibly on Atletico's clash with Real in the Champions League final later this month.
However, he also lauded Levante's performance just six days after its relegation to the second division was confirmed. Toni, a former World Cup winner with Italy who once finished as the Bundesliga's top scorer with Bayern Munich, announced last week that playing against Juventus would be the final challenge of a 22-year career.
The 38-year-old was given the chance to score when the referee awarded an arguably soft penalty two minutes before the interval after Juve defender Alex Sandro's collision with Eros Pisano. Toni stepped up to beat second-choice Juve keeper Norberto Neto with a spot kick that brought his Serie A career tally to 157 goals in 344 games. It turned out to be the cherry on the cake of a win that saw Juve striker Paulo Dybala reduce arrears from the spot after Federico Viviani had given the host a 2-0 lead in the 55th minute. But Toni, known for his peculiar habit of shaking his hand near his temple to celebrate his goals, admitted he had no clue where to strike the ball. Toni, who won the World Cup with Italy in 2006, has scored Serie A goals for eight different clubs throughout a career that also saw him star for Bayern and top the Bundesliga scoring charts in the 2007-2008 season. Last season Toni became the oldest player to win Serie A's top scorer (Capocannoniere) award - an accolade he shared with Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi when both finished on 22 goals. But at the tail end of a "terrible" season that has seen Verona relegated, he finally decided to hang up his boots. Toni said in midweek he was going through a roller coaster of emotions as his final game approached, saying: "It's an intense experience". After several months' rest, Toni said he is now hoping to take up some kind of backroom role in soccer, because coaching would make him age too quickly. The result at Etihad Stadium means City can only finish in the top four if Manchester United drops points in its final two games or if Arsenal loses at home to cellar-dwelling Aston Villa on the final day of the season.
Dropping down to the Europa League would represent a wretched legacy for Pellegrini, who led City to the Champions League semifinals for the first time this season, but with United facing a testing trip to West Ham United on Tuesday, he said it was important not to abandon hope.
Alexis Sanchez (17) celerates scoring for Arsenal against Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart in Sunday's Premier League clash at Etihad Stadium.
Pellegrini gives way to Pep Guardiola at the season's end and his 57th and final home league game was to prove a dispiriting affair.
City led twice, through Sergio Aguero's eighth-minute opener and a classy 51st-minute Kevin de Bruyne strike, only for Arsenal to reply on each occasion through Olivier Giroud's header and Alexis Sanchez's crisp finish.
The stadium was half empty by the time Pellegrini took to the pitch to deliver a short farewell speech.
It was an underwhelming sendoff for an understated man who has brought a Premier League title and two League Cups to Etihad Stadium, but he refused to blame the supporters who left early. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger left the stadium in a much happier mood after seeing his side move to the brink of qualifying for the Champions League for the 19th successive season. Victory over Villa will secure third place and Arsenal could yet drop local rival Tottenham Hotspur to a runner-up spot behind Leicester City if the Gunners beat Villa and Spurs lose at Newcastle United. The only point of concern for Wenger was a knee injury sustained by Danny Welbeck that forced him off midway through the second half.
The former Manchester United forward was scheduled to undergo an MRI and the results will be eagerly awaited by Wenger and England manager Roy Hodgson, who names his squad for Euro 2016 on Thursday. Celtic manager Ronny Deila says his side's Scottish Premiership title is every bit as special as the rest after his side clinched its 47th top flight championship with a 3-2 win over nearest challenger Aberdeen. A double from Patrick Roberts and a Mikael Lustig strike seemingly put Celtic in an insurmountable position before goals from Jonny Hayes and Andrew Considine made for a tense finish. The win moves Celtic 12 points clear of the Dons with two games remaining and sealed a fifth consecutive league title for only the third time in the club's history. However, Celtic has come in for criticism this season with cup semifinal defeats to rivals Ranger and Ross County, allied to poor European form, resulting in Deila announcing his decision to leave the club in the summer.
However, the outgoing boss said his side's title win deserves to be valued as highly as previous victories.
Dons boss Derek McInnes felt his squad's performance in the match at Celtic Park mirrored their title challenge. Novak Djokovic heads for Rome this week crediting an unscheduled pause in his clay-court season with helping him clinch a record 29th Masters title on Sunday. The world No 1 defeated long-time rival Andy Murray 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 to win the Madrid Masters for a second time.
Novak Djokovic celebrates winning a point on his way to beating Andy Murray in the Madrid Masters final on Sunday. Djokovic, 28, was forced to rest after losing his first clay outing of the season, going down in Monte Carlo to Czech Jiri Vesely. But he credited the pause with actually helping his game as he decompressed after winning four early-season titles - Doha, the Australian Open and Indian Wells and the Miami Masters. The Serb called his three-week stoppage "more than enough to get some freshness and new breath on the court and get ready for Madrid. The world No 1 captured his fifth trophy of 2016 as he defeated defending champion Murray for the 12th time in their past 13 matches to stand at an overwhelming 23-9 in their career head-to-head clashes. Djokovic and Murray - born within a week of each other in May, 1987 - first met in Madrid in a 2006 round of 16 when the event was played on hard court. Djokovic won it in three sets and set up his longstanding rivalry with the Spanish-trained Scot. Djokovic has defeated Murray in all four of their clay-court meetings as he added the 2016 Madrid trophy to the title he earned five years ago in the Spanish capital.
The Belgrade native won $1.04 million on Sunday and victory in Rome will make him the first tennis player to win $100 million in prize money. Murray will fall to No 3 in the world in the new rankings on Monday, behind Roger Federer, after failing to defend his title.
Djokovic, the 2008, 2011, 2014 and 2015 champion, and seven-time winner Nadal have shared the past 11 Rome titles between them. In the women's event, Serena Williams plays just her fourth tournament since last year's US Open and first on clay this year as the world No 1 takes top seeding at an event she won in 2012, 2013 and 2014. The 34-year-old skipped Madrid with flu but hopes to be firing on all cylinders at the Foro Italico where she will also play doubles with sister Venus with one eye on the Rio Olympics. Williams has a bye in the singles first round and will meet either Germany's Anna-Lena Friedsam or Anna Karolina Schmiedlova of Slovakia for a place in the last-16.
Simona Halep is aiming for a clay-court double after sweeping to the Madrid Open title last week, dropping just one set en route. In the absence of world No 2 Agnieszka Radwanska, Germany's Angelique Kerber takes second seeding looking to recover from her shock first-round loss in Madrid to Barbora Strycova. Australian Open champion Kerber won the Stuttgart title on clay this season but faces a tricky start in Rome against either Jelena Jankovic or Canada's Eugenie Bouchard. Novak Djokovic hailed Andy Murray as a fine ambassador for tennis after an act of sportsmanship saw the Scot plead for a time violation against the Serb to be overturned in Sunday's Madrid Masters final. World No 1 Djokovic was handed the warning by umpire Mohamed Lahyani after taking too long to serve at 4-2 in the final set. LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers drives to the hoop against a trio of Atlanta Hawks in Sunday's Game 4 of their Eastern Conference semifinal at Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. Kevin Love scored 27 points, LeBron James knocked down a huge shot with 39.2 seconds to go and Kyrie Irving turned in another dazzling performance to lead Cleveland past the Atlanta Hawks 100-99 on Sunday. The Cavs finished off the semifinal with four straight wins, just as they did in the quarterfinal against Detroit. When James returned to Cleveland after four years in Miami, winning the franchise's first championship was the only goal that mattered.
Now, fully healthy and finally comfortable together after some rocky moments, the Cavs cruised into the conference finals to meet either Toronto or Miami.
Love carried Cleveland much of the game, hitting one 3-pointer after another as the Hawks continually left him open in the corner. The Hawks had one last chance to extend the series and put the ball in the hands of Dennis Schroder, who led the team with 21 points.
The speedy point guard drove into the lane but was surrounded by James and Tristan Thompson.
Schroder slipped and James tied up the ball, forcing a huge mismatch of a jump ball with 2.8 seconds left. With a 7-inch height advantage on the jump, James easily flicked the ball toward the sideline. This was a rematch of last year's conference finals, in which the Hawks were the top seed but got swept by the Cavaliers. Canelo Alvarez got on his knees to check on Amir Khan after knocking him cold with a big right hand in the sixth round of their World Boxing Council middleweight title fight on Saturday. Then he went over to check on some future business with fellow middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin, who was watching at ringside.
Canelo Alvarez stands over Amir Khan after delivering a knockout punch late in the sixth round of their WBC middleweight title fight at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday. It's a fight both Golovkin and boxing fans have been waiting for, though weight could be an issue.
Alvarez wants the bout to be less than the 160-pound middleweight limit, while Golovkin, who holds his own piece of the middleweight crown, vows to fight at his best weight.
Against Khan, Alvarez needed only one big right hand to turn a relatively close fight into a quick knockout. Struggling with Khan's speed, Alvarez unleashed a long right hand that sent Khan backward on the canvas, where referee Kenny Bayless didn't even bother to count him out at 2:37 of the sixth.
Alvarez retained his piece of the middleweight crown, but it was not without some nervous moments for his fans, who packed the new T-Mobile Arena on the Las Vegas Strip.
Khan was more than holding his own in a tactical fight when the right hand suddenly ended it.
Khan, a 6-1 underdog, had vowed to use his speed to confound Alvarez and his plan appeared to be working. But a right hand that came out of nowhere landed flush against Khan's chin, and he was out like a light. Alvarez was making the first defense of the WBC title he won from Miguel Cotto last November, though the fight was fought at a catch weight of 155 pounds. The WBC has said it will strip Alvarez of the title if he does not open talks for a unification fight with Golovkin within 15 days. A pro-Alvarez crowd of 16,540 filled the new arena on the Las Vegas Strip for his first fight on the Mexican holiday weekend that Floyd Mayweather Jr.
They came expecting to see Alvarez (47-1-1, 33 knockouts) put on a show, though he had trouble with Khan's speed and movement in the early rounds. Alvarez chased after Khan (31-4) from the first round on, trying to cut the ring off and corner him on the ropes.
The red-haired Mexican was largely unsuccessful, and Khan answered with combinations to the head, though they seemed to have little effect on the champion.
Alvarez was ahead on two ringside judges' scorecards when the fight ended, while Khan was leading by one point on the third.
Khan, a British fighter who spent years unsuccessfully chasing bouts with Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, had to put on weight for Alvarez but was still the smaller fighter. After Portland let the previous game slip away, Damian Lillard had a playoff-best 40 points and the Trail Blazers beat Golden State 120-108 on Saturday night to cut the Warriors' advantage in their Western Conference semifinal to 2-1.
The defending NBA champions were still without Steph Curry, the reigning MVP who sprained his right knee in Game 4 of the quarterfinal against Houston. Al-Farouq Aminu had 23 points and 10 rebounds, and CJ McCollum added 22 points for Portland. The Trail Blazers led 58-46 at the half and stretched the lead to as many as 20 points in the fourth quarter. Harrison Barnes' 3-pointer and Leandro Barbosa's long jumper closed the gap to 105-92 for the Warriors with six minutes left.


McCollum's 3-pointer pushed Portland's lead to 120-106 with 1:22 left and the Warriors couldn't catch up. Lillard battled a chest cold in the first game of the series, then was held scoreless in the final quarter of the second.
With Ovechkin leading the way, the Capitals beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-1 on Saturday night in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinal to keep their season alive. Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals sizes up the Pittsburgh Penguins during the second period of Saturday's Game 5 of their Stanley Cup Eastern Conference semifinal at Verizon Center in Washington, DC. Behind Ovechkin's two-point game, goals by Oshie and Justin Williams and 30 saves by Braden Holtby, Washington cut its deficit to 3-2 to force Game 6 on Tuesday night in Pittsburgh. Ovechkin looked like a man determined not to let the Capitals go quietly into the offseason. Ovechkin keyed that response, scoring after 4:04 to snap the Capitals out of a powerplay drought that threatened to cost them the series. He also had the big shot that rebounded off Murray and to Oshie for his power-play goal in the second period. The Caps' powerplay, which was 1 for 12 in the first four games, did enough to offset Pittsburgh's first odd-man goal of the series, scored by Chris Kunitz in the first period. Williams added an insurance goal to wake from his postseason slumber, and Holtby did the rest. Turning in a brilliant performance worthy of his status as a Vezina Trophy finalist, Holtby was at his best when he stopped three in a less than minute by Evgeni Malkin, Patric Hornqvist and Justin Schultz.
That succession of saves late in the second period drew a standing ovation and chants of "Holtby! Holtby wasn't happy with his play in Game 4 on Wednesday and more than redeemed himself as the Penguins outshot the Capitals 31-19. Penguins goalie Matt Murray wasn't at his sharpest, allowing three goals on 19 shots and looking like a rookie for the first time in these playoffs. Murray was also victimized on a brutal turnover by defenseman Brian Dumoulin that led to Williams' second-period goal. Despite breaking their 0 for 14 powerplay spell in the series, the Penguins couldn't close out the Capitals in five games like they did the New York Rangers in the first round.
Thomas Mueller admitted even winning a fourth straight German league title on Saturday could not compensate Bayern Munich for its third consecutive Champions League semifinal exit in mid-week.
Robert Lewandowski netted twice as Bayern was confirmed as the first club to win four German league titles in a row after its 2-1 victory at Ingolstadt. Bayern's Thomas Mueller celebrates after the team won its 26th Bundesliga title by beating FC Ingolstadt 2-1 in Ingolstadt, Germany, on Saturday.
Second-place Borussia Dortmund's 1-0 loss at Eintracht Frankfurt left Bayern an insurmountable eight points clear at the top of the standings with one game left. The result at Ingolstadt means Bayern has now won the Bundesliga title in each of Pep Guardiola's three years in charge in Munich before he departs to take over Manchester City next season. But Bayern's title triumph came just four days after the heartbreak of its European exit at the hands of Atletico, which reached the final on away goals after winning the first-leg 1-0 in Madrid and losing 2-1 to the Bavarians in Munich. But Mueller admitted there was relief at finally having Bayern's historic fourth straight league title confirmed. Bayern took the lead at Ingolstadt's Audi-Sport Park in the 15th minutes when Franck Ribery was fouled by home captain Marvin Matip in the area and Lewandowski drilled home the resulting spot kick. The Poland sharpshooter, who is the Bundesliga's leading scorer, then added his second when he drilled home Xabi Alonso's superb pass from a tight angle for his 29th league goal of the season.
Ingolstadt's Australia striker Mathew Leckie was denied by Manuel Neuer, but the host pulled a goal back on 42 minutes when Moritz Hartmann converted a penalty after a push from behind from Alonso.
Bayern will chase another German league record in its final home game against Hanover on Saturday as, having conceded only 16 goals so far in this Bundesliga season, it can break its own best mark of 18 from the 2012-13 season. Ingolstadt coach Ralph Hasenhuettl, who is leaving to coach second-division promotion hopeful RB Leipzig next season, heaped praise on Guardiola.
Guardiola also praised his predecessor, Jupp Heynckes, who steered Bayern to the 2013 treble of Champions League, Bundesliga and German Cup titles, which started the German league run of four straight wins. Pep Guardiola claimed his 20th title as a coach on Saturday as Bayern Munich was confirmed German league champion for the fourth consecutive season to set a new Bundesliga record.
The 45-year-old Spaniard will leave to coach Manchester City next season having won the Bundesliga in each of his three years in Munich after Saturday's 2-1 win at Ingolstadt moved Bayern eight points clear with one game left. But his final year in charge has been tainted by its third consecutive exit to Spanish opposition in the semifinals of the Champions League. Guardiola has now won 37 titles in his soccer career, 17 of which were won as a player at Barcelona, including an Olympic gold medal with Spain in 1992.
He will leave Bayern having failed in his bid to repeat the 2012-13 treble, when predecessor Jupp Heynckes steered Munich to the Champions League, German cup and league titles.
But under his tutelage Bayern has tightened its stranglehold on the Bundesliga, with only Borussia Dortmund offering any resistance. Guardiola's successor, Carlo Ancelotti, will inherit a squad accustomed to at least 60 percent possession in games. He has groomed replacements for ageing wingers Arjen Robben, 32, and Franck Ribery, 33, by persuading Douglas Costa, 25, and Kingsley Coman, 19, to join the club this season.
Thiago Alcantara, who Guardiola insisted Bayern sign in his first season, has been the linchpin in Bayern's midfield. Arturo Vidal has given Bayern a gritty edge after Bastian Schweinsteiger moved to Manchester United at the start of the season. Guardiola can still repeat the domestic league and cup double, which he achieved in his first season in 2013-14, when Bayern faces Dortmund in the German Cup final on May 21. The self-confessed perfectionist will leave as one of the most successful coaches in Bayern's history, with 81 wins from his 101 league games and only nine league defeats in three seasons. There was plenty of hype generated in January 2013 when Bayern pulled off a coup by announcing Guardiola had signed a three-year deal, worth a reported 22 million euros ($24m), from July 2013. Bayern had to fight off plenty of competition from England as the Premier League's top clubs had been courting the Spaniard since he sensationally quit Barcelona in 2012 despite being the most successful coach in the club's history. Vardy also missed a penalty on his return from a two-game suspension to take his tally for the campaign to 24 goals - one shy of Tottenham Hotspur marksman Harry Kane, his England colleague. The 29-year-old Vardy was a non-league player as recently as 2012, having been playing in England's seventh tier two years earlier, and his rags-to-riches rise has come to symbolize longshot Leicester's 5,000-1 triumph. Jamie Vardy celebrates scoring the third goal for Leicester during Saturday's 3-1 victory over Everton at King Power Stadium. Following the game, Leicester captain Wes Morgan was presented with the trophy in front of his team-mates and manager Claudio Ranieri, prompting a flurry of pyrotechnics and huge roars from the capacity crowd. Vardy was joined on Leicester's lap of honor by his fiancee, Becky Nicholson, and carried his one-year-old daughter, Sofia, in his arms. Meanwhile, Danish goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel had his picture taken by his father, Peter, who won five Premier League trophies while tending goal for Manchester United. Algerian winger Riyad Mahrez, recently voted England's Player of the Year, said: "It is something amazing, what we have done. Leicester's success was a personal triumph for their 64-year-old Italian boss, who was only brought in by the club's Thai owners in pre-season after former manager Nigel Pearson was fired.
Disparagingly nicknamed the 'Tinkerman' by the British media during his first spell in English football with Chelsea, Ranieri arrived at Leicester after an unsuccessful spell with Greece and many pundits questioned his appointment.
Although Leicester had exceeded his expectations, Ranieri said he had been encouraged by what he saw early on in his time with the Midlands club.
Toronto Raptors center Jonas Valanciunas grabs a rebound in front of Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade in Game 2 of their second-round encounter in the NBA playoffs at Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Thursday.
DeMarre Carroll scored 21 points, Jonas Valanciunas had 15 points and 12 rebounds, and the Raptors beat the Miami Heat 96-92 on Thursday night to even the Eastern Conference semifinals at one game apiece. Virtually ignored through three quarters, scoring four points on three shots, Valanciunas came alive with 11 points and seven rebounds in the fourth quarter and overtime as the Raptors avoided losing consecutive games for the first time this postseason. Toronto made just 42 percent of its shots compared to Miami's 49.4 percent, but the Raptors survived. DeRozan scored 20 points, Kyle Lowry had 18 and Terrence Ross 10 for Toronto, which battled back late in the fourth quarter to force the second overtime of the series, then shut the Heat down to start it. That was the opposite of Game 1, in which Toronto could not score for the first 3:46 of OT. The Heat led 77-70 midway through the fourth, but back-to-back baskets by Valanciunas shaved the gap to 80-78 with 3:18 remaining.
DeRozan missed a pair of free throws with 1:22 remaining but Valanciunas grabbed the rebound on the second and tipped it home to give Toronto an 82-80 lead. After a missed shot by Wade, Lowry hit a pull-up jumper with 45 seconds left, giving the Raptors a four-point cushion.
Wade cut it to one with a 3 but Lowry replied with another jumper with 14.9 seconds to go, putting Toronto up 86-83.
Lowry, whose halfcourt shot sent Game 1 to overtime, got the last attempt for the Raptors but could not hit the rim with a long 3-point attempt. The Heat went cold in overtime, missing their first five field goal attempts, including three misses by Johnson.
Miami matched a franchise postseason record with 11 turnovers in the first, leading to 14 Toronto points. Wade had to stop mid-answer during the postgame media conference as an insect buzzed around his face.
So on Thursday, the Indiana Pacers' president of basketball operations announced he would not re-sign Frank Vogel to a new contract despite five trips to the playoffs, including two appearances in the Eastern Conference finals. The move comes four days after the Pacers fell just short of becoming the sixth No 7 seed to upset a No 2 seed since the playoffs were expanded during the 1980s.
Patrick Sharp set up the winner and also scored for the Stars, coming off a 6-1 loss in Game 3. Vladimir Tarasenko scored his sixth goal of the playoffs on a first-period breakaway and added an assist for St. The Stars, who finished first overall in the Western Conference, regained home-ice advantage heading into Game 5 on Saturday in Dallas. Eakin has a goal and seven assists in the postseason and hustled to get into position on the deciding score. He beat Brian Elliott on a 3-on-2 break after getting a stick on Jori Lehtera's shot in tight on the other end against Kari Lehtonen. Liverpool's Robert Firmino and Adam Lallana sandwich Villarreal's Mateo Musacchio during the Europa League semifinal at Anfield on Thursday.
Liverpool's performances in this season's Europa League have illuminated a path for the team's future, manager Juergen Klopp declared after his side sank Villarreal brilliantly to reach the final.
Liverpool will face holder Sevilla in Basel in May 18 after a Bruno Soriano own goal and efforts from Daniel Sturridge and Adam Lallana at Anfield on Thursday secured a resounding 3-0 win and a 3-1 aggregate success.
Liverpool had made an inauspicious start to its Europa League campaign when Klopp succeeded Brendan Rodgers last October, but having now eliminated Augsburg, Manchester United, Borussia Dortmund and Villarreal, it will play in its first European final since 2007. Villarreal had procured a stoppage-time lead in last week's first leg through substitute Adrian Lopez's strike, but its advantage lasted less than seven minutes of the return fixture at a raucous Anfield as Bruno turned Roberto Firmino's cross into his own net.
Sturridge, sliding in, had put the Villarreal captain under pressure and he would go on to put Liverpool ahead in the 63rd minute, finishing coolly from Firmino's scuffed volley, before setting up Lallana's third. Klopp had left Sturridge on the bench for Liverpool's three previous games in the tournament and he praised the injury-prone England international for seizing his opportunity against Villarreal. Villarreal coach Marcelino, whose side secured a Champions League playoff place at the weekend, admitted Liverpool had been superior and lauded its "huge" intensity.
But he criticised Hungarian referee Viktor Kassai for his handling of a niggly game, in particular the decision to dismiss centerback Victor Ruiz after yellow cards in either half.
Sevilla remained on course for a third consecutive Europa League title as Kevin Gameiro struck twice to down Shakhtar Donetsk 3-1 and progress to a final meeting with Liverpool 5-3 on aggregate on Thursday. The Andalusians have won the competition four times in the past 10 years and can secure their place in next season's Champions League with victory over Juergen Klopp's men in Basel on May 18.
Already holding the cushion of two away goals from the first leg last week, Gameiro gave Sevilla the perfect start when he fired into the far corner after just nine minutes. Former Arsenal striker Eduardo briefly gave the Ukrainians hope when he leveled with a calm finish a minute before halftime.
However, Sevilla quickly reasserted its stranglehold on the tie with a fine team goal finished off by Gameiro two minutes into the second half for his 28th goal of the season.
Brazilian rightback Mariano handed Sevilla a two-goal advantage it never looked like relinquishing when he smashed home a stunning third just before the hour mark from outside the box. Paris Saint-Germain's Zlatan Ibrahimovic could consider a return to AC Milan in Serie A, according to the Sweden striker's agent in a report on Thursday.
Ibrahimovic is set to leave the French champion at the end of the season, with reports claiming the 34-goal striker could be headed for England's Premier League. Ibrahimovic's agent Mino Raiola told men's magazine GQ Italia that the Swede could return to Italy where he also starred for Juventus and Inter Milan.
In what is seen as a veiled reference to recent reports linking Ibrahimovic to a 75 million euros ($85 million) per-season deal in China, Raiola, in direct extracts from the magazine interview, said: "Ibra is a player who is capable of some amazing tricks. Raiola also represents Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba and Liverpool's on-loan AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli. And he believes Balotelli, who has yet to resurrect his roller-coaster career at fallen Italian giant Milan, would have been a match for Barcelona icon Lionel Messi if he only had the same attitude to his career as Ibrahimovic.


Balotelli has only recently returned to competition amid an injury-hit campaign but although earning plaudits for a string of composed performances, the former World Cup striker is set to be excluded from Italy's Euro 2016 squad by coach Antonio Conte later this month. Raiola's diverse portfolio of players means he is regarded as an authority by many watchers of the sport, while considered a pariah by several top coaches and managers - among whom is Sir Alex Ferguson, who has crossed verbal swords with the multilingual Dutch agent before the Scot's retirement from soccer. And he rated the clubs in Italy's Serie A, the majority of whom do not own their own stadiums, as bottom of the class. Despite former run-ins with Ferguson, especially following Pogba's decision to walk away from Old Trafford to Juventus on a free transfer, Raiola paid tribute to the "managerial" and "strategic" skills of Manchester United's owners, the Glazer family. Tottenham Hotspur's 2-2 draw at Chelsea on Monday, which confirmed Leicester's extraordinary 5,000-1 success, sparked jubilation in the streets of Leicester and a party at the home of star striker Jamie Vardy, where the players had gathered to watch the match. The festivities have continued across the week, with the squad dining out at a city-center restaurant on Tuesday, but Saturday's game presents an opportunity for players, staff and supporters to unite in communal celebration of a feat that has captivated fans around the world.
Ranieri has admitted he is torn between urging his team to power over the line and wanting to enjoy the moment, saying on Thursday: "Inside me there are two people. The renowned Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli will set the tone with prematch renditions of Nessun Dorma and Time to Say Goodbye, honoring a recent promise to his countryman Ranieri.
After the match, the trophy will be presented to Leicester captain Wes Morgan by lifelong supporter Steve Worthy, who won a competition organized by league sponsor Barclays. He is dedicating the experience to his 97-year-old grandmother, Gladys Knight, who had to forfeit her season ticket this season due to ill health. The 25kg trophy, topped by a golden crown, will be decorated with ribbons of blue, for Leicester, and yellow, representing the royal house of Thailand, which is the country of club owner King Power. Morgan will become the first Leicester skipper to hoist a major trophy since Matt Elliott lifted the League Cup 16 years ago and the 32-year-old centerback has already been picturing the moment. On the pitch, Leicester will welcome back 22-goal top scorer Vardy after he was suspended for the 4-0 win over Swansea City and last weekend's 1-1 draw at Manchester United, which took Ranieri's men to the brink of glory. Leicester's vice-chairman, Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha, claims Riyad Mahrez has told him he wants to stay with the newly crowned Premier League champion. Mahrez's future was thrown into doubt when the Algeria international's agent recently claimed it was only 50-50 whether the PFA player of the year would remain at the King Power Stadium next season. Mahrez signed a new four-year deal in 2015 but has been linked with Barcelona after scoring 18 times to help fire the Foxes to an improbable title. But with Leicester due to receive the Premier League trophy after Saturday's final home game of the season against Everton, Aiyawatt made it clear he expects to keep Mahrez for his club's assault on the Champions League next term. Dropping jumpers from every corner and angle, the Cleveland Cavaliers drained an NBA record 25 3-pointers - the most in any regular season or playoff game - during a 123-98 runaway win over the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night in Game 2 of their Western Conference semifinal. From the outset, they were on target and on a tear, and afterward LeBron James struggled to explain it. James made four 3s and scored 27 points for the defending conference champions, who were able to rest their starters for the entire fourth quarter. Even the team's mascot, Moondog, got in on the act by making an over-the-head, backward fling from half court on his first try in the final minutes. They made 18 3-pointers in the first half and added seven more after halftime to embarrass the Hawks, who have lost 10 straight postseason games to Cleveland.
The Cavs spent the final few minutes chasing history and when reserve Dahntay Jones dropped the Cavs' 24th 3 with 2:24 left, it bettered the mark of 23 previously held by Orlando (2009) and Houston (2013). The Warriors, who beat the Cavs in last year's Finals and seem to be on a collision course with them again, recently set the postseason mark by making 21 3-pointers. Smith made six 3-pointers in the first half - the Cavs knocked down seven straight during one dizzying stretch - as Cleveland built a 38-point lead over the stunned Hawks, who will head home for Friday's Game 3 down 2-0 in the series and demoralized.
There was little Atlanta defenders could do against the Cavs, who stood behind the line, took aim and dropped shot after shot after shot. After making Cleveland's 16th 3-pointer in the first half, the easygoing Smith skipped back on defense like a little child on a schoolyard playground as Cleveland's towel-waving fans danced with delight and smelled blood.
Cleveland went past Golden State's record when Kyrie Irving nailed a 3-pointer with 5:06 left in the third quarter. Paul Millsap scored 16 points and Jeff Teague added 14 for the Hawks, who need to regroup quickly or they will get swept by the Cavs for the second straight year. Here is the kind of night it was for Atlanta: Millsap knocked down a long 3-pointer to end the first quarter, but replays showed it came after the horn and was disallowed. Kevin Love was not slowed after injuring his right shoulder in Game 1 and finished with 11 points and 13 rebounds for the Cavs.
Cavaliers: James refused to comment on reports that he will star in Space Jam 2, a sequel to the popular Warner Bros. Veteran big man Chris Bosh, reportedly in a standoff with the Miami Heat over his health, won't return to the Heat in this NBA postseason, the team said on Wednesday. He missed the second half of the 2014-15 season due to blood clots, with a clot migrating to his lungs and forcing him into a hospital stay. In March, Bosh issued a statement saying his condition this season had "never been life threatening" and he was confident he would return to the court this season.
The Heat, however, have been reluctant to put him back on the floor, according to some reports because Bosh was taking blood thinners to combat the clots. Last week Bosh posted a Snapchat video of himself shooting three-pointers with the caption "I still got it". Several US media outlets reported Bosh had asked the NBA Players' Association to intervene on his behalf. He traveled to Toronto, separately from his teammates, and was on hand when they opened their Eastern Conference semifinal series against the Raptors with a victory. Given a rare moment of freedom from his usual spot parked in front of the opponent's net, the Pittsburgh Penguins forward pushed the Washington Capitals to the brink of elimination on Wednesday. Hornqvist fired a loose puck between Braden Holtby's legs 2:34 into overtime to give the Penguins a 3-2 victory in Game 4 of the NHL's tightly contested Eastern Conference semifinal. Washington's Mike Weber tried to steer the puck out of harm's way in front of the net, but it went right to Hornqvist, who was charging in from the right circle. The burly forward buried it for his fifth goal of the postseason to give the Penguins a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. Washington dropped three consecutive games just once while capturing the Presidents' Trophy for posting the league's best record during the regular season. Now the Capitals find themselves three periods away from an eighth playoff series loss to Pittsburgh in nine all-time postseason meetings. The Penguins survived despite missing defenseman Kris Letang, serving a one-game suspension for an illegal hit on Marcus Johansson in Game 3. The makeshift defensive corps played just fine in the absence of perhaps Pittsburgh's most indispensable blueliner.
As well, Penguins captain Sidney Crosby missed half the third period with an upper body problem.
The Penguins blocked 14 shots and clogged the area in front of the net to protect rookie goaltender Matt Murray.
The Arizona Coyotes are promoting 26-year-old John Chayka to general manager, making him the youngest GM in NHL history, a source familiar with the situation said on Wednesday. Because an official announcement has not been made, Associated Press was told by a source on condition of anonymity that the Coyotes have scheduled a Thursday media conference to introduce Chayka. Young Jeezy is working on his fourth studio record, a€?Thug Motivation 103.a€? The album was supposed to be in stores this year, but is now eyeing a 2011 release. Clearly, baby precious Shawty Lo thinks it is cute to have unprotected sex with multiple chicks. First, he explained that while he met Kim Porter, Sarah Chapman, and Misa Hylton-Brim all around the same time, he dated them in separate periods of his life: a€?At different times in my life, as my heart got broken by one, I cried on the shoulder of another . My father was killed when I was three years old, and my mother was a very strong woman and she said, a€?Well I loved your father and Ia€™m not gonna have another man around. But Real registered its 11th consecutive league win, 3-2 over Valencia, to extend the title race to the final day of the season.
Real Madrid and ourselves are in the same situation of playing away from home and having to win.
It was my last, but it came at the right time," Toni told Mediaset after being given a rousing ovation by a fired-up crowd at Bentegodi stadium. The early exit in Monte Carlo happened for a reason - I needed some time to really recharge my batteries," said Djokovic.
Love was acquired from Minnesota to complete the dynamic trio, but the Cavaliers came up short in Year 1 when Love and Irving went down with injuries in the playoffs. Paul Millsap wound up with it, flinging up a desperation shot, but it was after the buzzer and did not go in anyway. Atlanta Hawks had fourth-quarter leads in three of the four games but was not strong enough to finish, dropping to 0-12 in the postseason against the Cavs. He had 17 points in the fourth quarter, one more than the Spurs, and did it on 6-for-6 shooting. He fought in spurts, landing combinations and seemingly frustrating Alvarez with his movement.
The Blazers led 87-76 going into the fourth quarter of Game 2, but were outscored 34-12 in the final period for a 110-99 Golden State win. Oshie's and was a force all over the ice with his team on the verge of another early exit from the Stanley Cup playoffs. Washington's captain was quietly confident and said the belief never wavered inside the locker room. Thank you to them, they push behind us all season," Ranieri told Sky Sports after enjoying domestic title success as a manager for the first time in his career. DeRozan and Valanciunas connected and Carroll made a pair at the line before Miami's first basket of overtime, a driving dunk by Deng with 23 seconds left. Lowry had as many points in the first quarter (seven) as he had in Toronto's OT loss in Game 1.
Instead, the Pacers will search for a coach who can do what Vogel could not: win an NBA title.
He believes the small-ball lineup that Indiana started with this past season would have worked over time, even though he understood why Vogel reverted to a more traditional NBA lineup. Louis Blues 3-2 on Thursday night, bouncing back from a blowout loss two days earlier to tie the second-round series at two games apiece.
We liked going to different countries and adapting to different circumstances, different temperatures. That's more important for me as a manager, but then, when you perform in the right moments, like we did tonight or against Dortmund or against United or Augsburg, you want to have (it) all. I think now I want the players to enjoy this moment and not be concerned about the contracts," he was quoted as saying by several British newspapers.
Smith made seven 3s as the Cavs, looking like an Eastern Conference version of Golden State's Splash Brothers, had the most prolific outside shooting game of any team in league history.
But that was not even enough to satisfy the ravenous sellout crowd which was still chanting "Let's Go Cavs!" with Cleveland leading by 40 points. Smith and center Tristan Thompson, celebrate another three-pointer against the Atlanta Hawks during the fourth quarter of Wednesday's Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinal at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. Smith and center Tristan Thompson, celebrate another threepointer against the Atlanta Hawks during the fourth quarter of Wednesday's Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinal at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. But the Penguins can advance to the conference final with a victory in Game 5 in Washington on Saturday after sending the Capitals to their third straight loss. You have to fight against the teams in the league and you can't say this is not more worthy than the others," the Norwegian manager said. DeRozan, who injured his right thumb late in Game 1, missed six of eight free throw attempts.
And although the Pacers met one of Bird's preseason goals, scoring about five points more per game this season than last, their offensive efficiency rating remained essentially flat, going from 24th to 23rd. If the team wins, they're heroes and if they lose they're to be hung out to dry," said Raiola. According to the Bahamasa€™ a€?Tribunea€? newspaper, the rap star was arrested in Fox Hill last Saturday for an undisclosed infraction. Ya'll folks go on and knock off these randoms broads raw if you want to when you use the restroom and it is a "lil hot" don't say anything. Every woman that I was with, that I had a child with, they did deserve for me to marry them. In addition to passing Tim Duncan for fifth place on the career playoff scoring list, James played in his 184th postseason game, tying him with Robert Parish for 13th place in history. Jeezy was said to have been in the wrong place at the wrong time before he was taken to a police station and eventually released.
But therea€™s things going on in my life a€¦ Ia€™m not gonna say ita€™s all the way me, but Ia€™ll take responsibility as a man.



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