21 October 2010: 1:41am
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South Korea clinched a place in the last 16 of the World Cup for the first time on foreign soil despite being held to a 2-2 draw by Nigeria in their final Group B match in Durban.Read
Martin Demichelis and substitute Martin Palermo scored the goals to break Greece's resilience and end their World Cup hopes as Argentina recorded a 2-0 win at the Peter Mokaba Stadium.Read
Eoin Morgan blasted a superb century as England claimed a four-wicket win over Australia in the first NatWest Series one-day international at the Rose Bowl.Read
England were on course for a tight finish to their first NatWest Series match against Australia as they set out in pursuit of 267 for seven at the Rose Bowl.Read
England manager Fabio Capello insisted his relationship with his players is "really good" ahead of Wednesday's crunch World Cup clash with Slovenia.Read
Maria Sharapova opened her Wimbledon campaign with a 6-1 6-0 victory over Anastasia Pivovarova in an all-Russian match on Court Two.Read
Michael Clarke's highest one-day international score against England helped Australia post a challenging total of 267 for seven in the first NatWest Series match at the Rose Bowl.Read
Andy Murray recovered from a shaky start to cruise through his first-round match against Jan Hajek in a rare appearance on Court One at Wimbledon.Read
Rafael Nadal's bid for a second Wimbledon crown got off to a predictably strong start as he bulldozed his way into round two with a straight-sets victory over spirited wild card Kei Nishikori.Read
A first-half goal from Luis Suarez was enough to help Uruguay secure top spot in Group A and progress into the last 16 of the World Cup with a 1-0 victory over Mexico, who also qualified.Read
France exited the World Cup at the first-round stage with barely a whimper after a humbling 2-1 defeat by host nation South Africa in a Group A clash at the Free State Stadium.Read
Former Manchester City forward Martin Petrov has agreed terms with Bolton and will join the club on July 1.Read
Serena Williams silenced the loudest grunter in women's tennis as she made a confident start to her defence of the women's singles title at Wimbledon.Read
Anne Keothavong surrendered a 4-0 lead in the final set against Anastasia Rodionova to join the lengthy list of British first-round casualties at Wimbledon.Read
England picked two spinners for today's first NatWest Series one-day international against Australia at the Rose Bowl.Read
Simon Davey has been unveiled as Hereford's new manager, just six days after his shock resignation at Darlington.Read
Switzerland midfielder Valon Behrami accused Chile counterpart Arturo Vidal of destroying his World Cup after he was sent off in Monday's Group H clash.Read
Portugal coach Carlos Queiroz issued a stark warning that his team will be "more ambitious" over the course of the World Cup after their 7-0 hammering of North Korea.Read
Vicente Del Bosque saw plenty of room for improvement from his Spain side as they gained their first World Cup points with a 2-0 win over Honduras.Read
Hull KR have handed New Zealand centre Jake Webster a new two-year contract.Read
Laura Robson set her sights on one day winning Wimbledon after revealing her initial target was to avoid losing 6-0 6-0 on her Centre Court debut.Read
Roger Federer feared the worst before coming through the most testing of Wimbledon openers against Colombia's Alejandro Falla on Centre Court.Read
Ireland have made six changes to the starting line-up that was soundly beaten by the All Blacks ahead of Saturday's one-off Test against Australia in Brisbane.Read
Saracens centre Brad Barritt and Northampton number eight Phil Dowson will start for England against the New Zealand Maori in a game Martin Johnson has billed as the unofficial third Test of the tour.Read
John Terry has apologised to Fabio Capello for his outburst over Joe Cole and insisted the England manager has his full backing.Read
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