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January, 17, 2017

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Sports > Soccer
Seattle Sounders win first MLS Cup after shootout
Roman Torres scored in the sixth round of penalty kicks to give the Seattle Sounders their first MLS Cup title, 5-4 over Toronto FC after 120 scoreless minutes Saturday night.
 
Malaga's chance to set a club record for consecutive home victories was ruined by a 1-1 draw with Granada in the Spanish league on Friday.
 
Eintracht and Hoffenheim battle to ill-tempered 0-0 draw
Hoffenheim retained its unbeaten record in the Bundesliga by battling with Eintracht Frankfurt to 0-0 in an ill-tempered match that saw Eintracht defender Timothy Chandler sent off on Friday.
 
North Korea light up women's soccer
In 2011, one of the more popular television series on North Korea's Central Television channel was "Our Women's Football Team," a five-part dramatization of the 2006 Under-20 World Cup triumph. After two similar tournament wins in late 2016, it may be time for a sequel or two.
 
Real Madrid eyeing Club World Cup title
Real Madrid will be seeking to keep alive its chances of a unique quadruple title haul when it travels to Japan for the Club World Cup from Dec. 8-18.
 
Mourinho irritable as Man United keep throwing away points
There used to be no team better than Manchester United at scoring much-needed late goals.
 
Sepp Blatter loses appeal at CAS against 6-year FIFA ban
Sepp Blatter has lost his appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport against a six-year ban by FIFA.
 
Qatar's much-criticised 2022 World Cup has been the victim of "malicious and unwarranted attacks", a senior tournament official in the Gulf said on Monday.
 
Juventus ends Atalanta's dream run in Serie A with a 3-1 win
Since the end of September, no one had been better in Serie A than Atalanta.
 
Rain and sorrow accentuate memorial for dead at Brazil club
On a rainy Saturday that only accentuated the grief, 20,000 people filled a tiny stadium under umbrellas and plastic ponchos to say goodbye to members of the Chapecoense soccer club who died in a plane crash.
 
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