Force is with Flamengo as River Plate stunned in Copa Libertadores final

Force is with Flamengo as River Plate stunned in Copa Libertadores final

 

The force was with Flamengo on Saturday as the Brazilian side stunned Argentina’s River Plate with two late goals to win the Copa Libertadores final in Peruvian capital Lima.

Rafael Santos Borre’s first-half goal looked to have secured River a fifth Copa Libertadores title but Gabriel Barbosa had other ideas. Barbosa’s close-range finish on 87 minutes drew Flamengo level and soon after the 23-year-old striker pounced to lash the ball past River keeper Franco Armani.
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ATP Finals: Rafa Nadal saves match point to beat Daniil Medvedev in US Open rematch

ATP Finals: Rafa Nadal saves match point to beat Daniil Medvedev in US Open rematch

 

ATP Finals: Rafa Nadal saves match point to beat Daniil Medvedev in US Open rematch. After a crushing defeat to Alexander Zverev, Rafael Nadal sought his trademark intensity for his rematch with Daniil Medvedev.

He got his wish.

Nadal saved a match point and rallied from 5-1 down in the final set to defeat the Russian 6-7 (3-7) 6-3 7-6 (7-4) in a near three-hour classic that came two months after his five set,
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Liverpool beats title rival Man City in pulsating Premier League showdown

Liverpool beats title rival Man City in pulsating Premier League showdown

 

 

Liverpool beats title rival Man City in pulsating Premier League showdown. The early season showdown between the two firm favorites for the English Premier League title did not disappoint.

Liverpool won a pulsating encounter against reigning champion Manchester City 3-1 at Anfield Sunday after a match full of goalmouth incident and yet another VAR controversy.
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Why South Africa’s Rugby World Cup victory means so much more

Why South Africa’s Rugby World Cup victory means so much more

 

Why South Africa’s Rugby World Cup victory means so much more. In isolation it’s just a rugby match. The crescendo of a tournament resulting in a third etching of the words South Africa on a small golden trophy, no doubt prompting hangovers, sore throats and early morning excuses to bosses around the country.

But the Springboks’

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