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October, 27, 2016

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Indians blank Cubs 6-0 in Series opener
While the Chicago Cubs returned to the World Series on Tuesday after a 71-year wait, the Cleveland Indians made sure they would wait even longer for a Series victory.
Sturridge scores twice in League Cup win
While the English League Cup lacks prestige, it still provides a platform in the early rounds for out-of-favor players or those lacking in confidence to make an impact. Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge and Arsenal winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain did just that on Tuesday.
Football: Give slow-starting Janssen time, pleads Pochettino
Vincent Janssen should not be judged on his lack of goals since joining Spurs from Dutch side Alkmaar in the close season, said club manager Mauricio Pochettino on Wednesday.
Carlos Alberto, the revered captain of Brazil's 1970 World Cup-winning side, considered one of the greatest of all time, died on Tuesday aged 72.
LeBron leads Cavs romp as Warriors suffer thrashing
LeBron James led the Cleveland Cavaliers in a season-opening rout of the New York Knicks on Tuesday as the vaunted Golden State Warriors super-team suffered a resounding first night thrashing.
Kuznetsova beats Radwanska at WTA Finals
Svetlana Kuznetsova hacked off her own hair with a pair of scissors and burst into tears before saving a match point and beating the defending champion Agnieszka Radwanska 7-5 1-6 7-5 at the WTA Finals on Monday.
Osweiler gets rude welcome with 27-9 loss
Denver ruined Brock Osweiler's homecoming on Monday night, incessantly hurrying, hitting and harassing their former teammate in a 27-9 win over his Houston Texans.
Olympic debut shines light on karate
Hollywood may have kicked karate onto the world stage, but its first-ever inclusion at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics promises to shine a light on the rich history of the discipline.
Metta World Peace and Thomas Robinson both went into training camp with only a small chance of making the Los Angeles Lakers' roster.
Blown field goals create a rare tie
Seattle and Arizona both missed simple field goals in overtime and Sunday's game ended 6-6 -- the first tie for the Seahawks since they entered the NFL in 1976.
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