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Today’s News

'I don't go out - apart from football'

Jurgen Klopp admits he’s become a hermit amid Liverpool’s title chase.

'He parks the bus right in front of De Gea' – Van Gaal criticises Solskjaer again

The Red Devils are currently sixth in the Premier League and two points adrift of the top four.

Three generations of Meyler's, Man City fans leaving early and more Tweets off the Week

Here’s the best of what the world of sport had to offer on Twitter over the past seven days.

'There isn't an openly gay professional player in this country'

The Emerald Warriors will host the Union Cup in Dublin this summer.

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Joel Embiid sparks 76ers to NBA playoff win after two ejected

The 76ers star returned from injury to score a game-high 31 points and grab 16 rebounds.

Terence Crawford stops Amir Khan to retain WBO welterweight title

The Englishman was unable to continue because of an accidental low blow.

Cullen's Leinster put their European crown on the line against resurgent Toulouse

The two most successful clubs in European club rugby history go head-to-head in a heavyweight semi-final showdown at the Aviva Stadium today.

'It's so strange going out on the pitch and not seeing her there'

Camogie and hurling is a way of life for the Farrells of Thomastown and Kilkenny.

Munster set sights on Pro14 trophy as barren run in Europe continues

‘We have come a long way as a team and as a squad,’ said Peter O’Mahony.

Johnson seizes PGA Heritage lead but Ireland's Lowry just one behind

A costly back nine saw Lowry drop off the lead but he remains firmly in the mix in South Carolina.

Lowe can be Leinster's match-winner after a frustrating period in the shadows

The Kiwi winger is back in Leo Cullen’s team and will be hoping to make a big impact against Toulouse.

Yesterday’s News

First round TKO sees 38-year-old veteran Overeem beat Oleinik at UFC St. Petersburg Knockout This post contains videos

First round TKO sees 38-year-old veteran Overeem beat Oleinik at UFC St. Petersburg

Overeem extended his winning streak on Saturday in the Russian capital.

Ronaldo '1,000 per cent' committed for next season as Juventus claim eighth successive title

The 34-year-old is now the only player to secure league titles in England, Spain and Italy.

Sexton ignores increasing levels of scrutiny as he returns to lead Leinster into battle

‘I have been used to it since I have been in school. It’s not something I pay too much attention to.’

Lenglet and Alba bring La Liga title closer as Barcelona continue treble aspirations

Goals from Clement Lenglet and Jordi Alba saw off Real Sociedad as Barcelona step closer to the title.

Clermont complete all-French Challenge Cup final after La Rochelle edge past Sale Sharks

Harlequins fell to Clermont this evening after La Rochelle progressed past Sale Sharks earlier on Saturday.

O'Gorman and Duggan help Peamount stay top while Jarrett scores again for Wexford

There were big wins for title-chasing Peamount and Wexford Youths in the Women’s National League.

Southampton's relegation worries continue as Perez hat-trick helps Newcastle to three points

Ayoze Perez put in a man-of-the-match display at St James’ Park with three goals against the Saints.

Supporter banned from Ricoh Arena after confronting Billy Vunipola

The Saracens number eight was confronted on the pitch in Coventry.

'We got beaten by the better team' - No excuses from van Graan's Munster

Johann van Graan and Peter O’Mahony praised the quality of Saracens.

Juventus secure eighth consecutive Italian title after seeing off Fiorentina

The Old Lady mathematically clinched the title on Saturday with a 2-1 victory in Turin.

'Now I am a genius': Guardiola applauds 18-year-old match-winner Foden

Pep Guardiola paid tribute to teenager Phil Foden after his winning goal against Tottenham on Saturday.

Grace the hero as Tipperary claim first league title

Meanwhile, Kildare stormed to Division 3 glory on Saturday afternoon.

Deulofeu double keeps Watford's Europa League dreams alive while Brighton pick up crucial point

It was a busy afternoon of action in the Premier League with a big three points for Watford in their bid for European football.

Unrepentant Vunipola says he did not intend to hurt anyone

BT Sport awarded the number 8 man of the match as Saracens defeated Munster.

'For me and the rest of humanity it was a penalty' - Pochettino slams spot-kick decision

The Spurs boss weighed in on claims for penalty non-decision after Kyle Walker seemed to handle in the box, but later backtracked.

Shane Lowry leads by one stroke in South Carolina after two rounds at PGA Heritage

The Offaly native parred his final two holes to remain ahead of Trey Mullinax.

Galway impress on their way to first Division 1 final in four years

Róisín Leonard was clinical for the Tribeswomen at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park.

How did you rate Munster as the province endured more semi-final heartache?

Johann van Graan’s side were unable to contain Saracens in this afternoon’s Champions Cup semi-final.

Bayern remain ahead of Dortmund after Süle strike edges champions past 10-man Bremen

The defending Bundesliga champions stay top of the table with just four games remaining.

Saracens crush Munster's European dream as van Graan's side bow out

The English side were too powerful, too clever and too controlling in Coventry.

Rangers postpone Celtic title celebrations with win away to Hearts

Jermain Defoe was among the scorers for Steven Gerrard’s side.

Cronin brothers star as Garryowen power to Bateman Cup glory

Ireland U20 out-half Ben Healy kicked 13 points as the Limerick side defeated City of Armagh.

'It’s a pity' - Guardiola unsure over extent of De Bruyne injury

The midfielder was substituted after going down injured in first half against Spurs, the latest setback in a season ravaged by injuries.

Liverpool, Man City dominate PFA Player of the Year nominations

Raheem Sterling and Virgil van Dijk are the front runners for the gong.

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'In the recession we were the forgotten city': Waterford devastated after Europa League expulsion

Alan Reynolds said it is ‘gut-wrenching’ to lose out on playing in this summer’s Europa League qualifiers.

Foden nets first league goal as Spurs fail to dent champions' title defence

Manchester City edged closer to the Premier League title as they avenged their European exit to Tottenham.

As it happened: Saracens v Munster, Champions Cup semi-final

We went minute-by-minute as Munster set out to break their semi-final habit against a formidable Saracens side.

Murphy Crowe hits form to help Ireland 7s battle into quarter-finals Big In Japan This post contains videos

Murphy Crowe hits form to help Ireland 7s battle into quarter-finals

A big win over Fiji to start the day made all the difference as France await in the quarter-finals.

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