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Mourinho bemoans Chelsea's easy schedule

The Red Devils boss has stoked tension ahead of Manchester United's FA Cup clash with Chelsea by claiming his old club have an easy schedule

Jose Mourinho has claimed Chelsea's lack of European football has worked to their advantage this season but insisted he was not trying to deflect credit away from Antonio Conte.

Johanna Konta had beaten her compatriot Heather Watson 6-4 6-4 to reach the third round

British number one Johanna Konta is out of the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells with a 6-3 3-6 6-7 (1-7) third-round defeat by France's Caroline Garcia.

Meanwhile British number three Kyle Edmund lost to defending champion Novak Djokovic 6-4 7-6 (7-5) in round two.

Arsenal manager - Arsene Wenger

Embattled Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, has disclosed he will abide by fans’ views in deciding whether to continue to stay at Arsenal. Following last Tuesday ouster from the UEFA Champions League, the seventh in a row, peoples’ assembly, the Sports Village Square, launched an online poll for fans to decide the manager’s fate.

The poll is still open and will run through to 12 am on March 15. Let’s hear your voice at the Sports Village Square. Your opinion may count. Should Arsene Wenger remain as Arsenal Manager?

Woods' last major championship win was the US Open in 2008

Tiger Woods is a doubt for the Masters after pulling out of next week's Arnold Palmer Invitational, saying he has "no timetable" for his return.

The 14-time major winner has been suffering with back problems and has not played since he withdrew from the Dubai Desert Classic on 3 February.

Hadwin had three birdies in the final round

Canadian Adam Hadwin survived a late scare to claim his maiden PGA title with a one-shot win at the Valspar Championship in Innisbrook, Florida.

The 29-year-old, who carded a round of 59 in January, began the final round with a four-stroke lead.

Thiago Silva is the worst captain ever after Barcelona no-show

The Brazilian showed that he is not fit to lead a team like Paris Saint-Germain after going for another mental walkabout at Camp Nou on Wednesday

Thiago Silva might have been remembered as one of the greatest centre-backs of all time had it not been for one thing: his mental fragility.

Barcelona complete greatest Champions League recovery to stun PSG

Barcelona needed to become the first team in European history to overcome a 4-0 first leg deficit against PSG and did so as they scored six goals to knock out PSG despite Edinson Cavani's away goal, ending the tie 6-5 on aggregate.

Inside two minutes, they had one back. Luis Suarez took advantage of mayhem in the PSG backline as they failed to deal with a bouncing ball and the Uruguayan headed over the line in front of goalkeeper Kevin Trapp before Thomas Meunier could try and clear it from underneath the bar.
The referee rightly gave the goal and Barcelona continued to press in their 3-1-3-3 system.

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