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Few upsets likely in first knockout round of Copa del Rey
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Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, Valencia, and Cup holders Betis are all exempt from this and the next round as they will play the Super Cup in Saudi Arabia in January, but sides such as Atletico Madrid, Real Sociedad and Athletic Club Bilbao are all in action.
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Champions League: Real Madrid beat Shakhtar; Sevilla suffer defeat against Dortmund
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Real Madrid raced into a 2-0 lead in the first half on Wednesday night, thanks to an excellent goal from Rodrygo in the 13th minute after a good pass from Aurelien Tchouameni. Vinicius Jr. doubled Real Madrid's lead in the 28th minute after linking up with Karim Benzema, and it looked like Shakhtar were in for a long night.
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Real Madrid sign four-year deal with Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger
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The 29-year-old will move to the Bernabeu on a free transfer after he turned down the Blues' attempts to renew his contract. Real Madrid said they will present Rudiger as their player at a ceremony on June 20. Writing on Twitter, Rudiger said, "I'm proud to announce that I'll be joining Real Madrid. I'm super excited for all the challenges ahead and can't wait to play my first games for this huge club."
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Paul Pogba to leave Manchester United when contract ends
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"Everyone at the club would like to congratulate Paul on his successful career, and thank him for his contributions to Manchester United," the club said at the start of a lengthy send-off statement on the club website. "We wish him all the best for the next steps on a remarkable journey." Pogba scored 39 goals in 233 first-team appearances for United, who he first joined from French club Le Havre in 2009.
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Real Madrid beat Liverpool in delayed final to win 14th Champions League title
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The Brazilian winger capitalised on Federico Valverde's cross in the 59th minute to tap the ball into an empty net, securing the fifth Champions League trophy for Los Blancos in nine years. Madrid last won the prestigious continental competition in 2018, when they also beat the Reds in the final.
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Carlos Alcaraz topples Alexander Zverev to clinch Madrid Open title
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Alcaraz, who did not face a breakpoint in a dominant performance against the German, will rise to second in the ATP Race To Turin on Monday as he aims to make his debut at the prestigious ATP Finals in November. With his 62-minute victory, the 19-year-old became the second-youngest player to win two Masters 1000 titles, after triumphing in Miami in March. Rafael Nadal captured crowns in Monte Carlo and Rome in 2005 when he was 18.
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Last-gasp Alba volley gives Barca win away to Betis
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Ansu Fati opened the scoring in an entertaining match with a deflected shot in the 76th minute only for former Barca stopper Marc Bartra to head home the equaliser three minutes later, reports Xinhua. The match looked set for a draw, but in the closing moments Alba gave Betis keeper Rui Sliva no chance with his unstoppable shot as the ball dropped for him in the home area.
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Physical, mental recovery vital in Premier League title race
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City looked to have a foot and a half in the final as they led 1-0 in the 73rd minute and even missed two gilt-edged chances to make it 2-0 before they were left shell-shocked by another late Real Madrid comeback that saw them crash out in extra time.
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Madrid Open: Zverev moves to quarters after Musetti retires due to injury
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Zverev led 6-3, 1-0 in what had been a high-quality first head to head meeting between the two when a thigh injury to 20-year-old Musetti intervened in Arantxa Sanchez Stadium. The World No 3 led the Italian after converting the only two break points of the first set in the seventh and ninth games. Zverev now holds a 17-2 record in Madrid, where the fast conditions suit his big-serving and high-powered game.
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Murray withdraws from Madrid Open due to illness
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Murray defeated Denis Shapovalov of Canada 6-1, 3-6, 6-2 to reach the third round at the Madrid Open, an ATP 1000 tournament. This is the first time the 34-year-old Murray, the winner of three Grand Slams who has had major hip surgeries, has won consecutive matches since January in Sydney, where the 46-time tour-level titlist reached the final.
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