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James Harden, Kevin Love and Deandre Jordan star in ESPN NBA Christmas promo as Santa announces he's joining the league - PAK Status PAK Status Results, admission, date sheet, Latest paperpk jobs 2014, Ufone, Telenor, Warid, Jazz Packages, Cricket, Mobile price, Recipes, Fashion, Epaper, Bank, Eid card, Mehndi Design, Hotel, internet, online bill, us news, uk news, united state news, breaking news, india news, pakistan news. Rising Chinese golf star Jin Cheng is primed to take on the world's best at the Masters in Augusta next month. Jin, who turned 18 on March 6, earned a spot in the prestigious tournament on the iconic Georgia course thanks to his win at the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship in Hong Kong in October. He continued his hot streak by winning the 2014 Volvo China Junior Match Play Championship, which earned him entry into the Volvo China Open, a European Tour event.
Last December, Jin tied for 11th at the Asian Tour's Thailand Golf Championship for his best career finish outside of China. At the 2015 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship at Hong Kong's Clearwater Bay Golf and Country Club, he shot a course record 62 in the first round and led wire-to-wire to earn his spot in the Masters. Jin will become the fourth Chinese to play at Augusta, following Zhang Lianwei, Liang Wenchong and Guan Tianlang. Guan qualified for the 2013 tournament by winning the 2012 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship in Thailand.
The 2010 Masters made a deep impression on Jin after he watched American Phil Mickelson make eagle-eagle-birdie on holes 13, 14 and 15 in the third round, en route to his third Masters title. This was late on Monday afternoon at Bay Hill, and these are Palmer's people - tour stars at work on the range. That is how he revealed he won't be hitting the opening tee shot at the Masters this year, though he still plans to keep to the same schedule at Augusta National - including the Champions Dinner on Tuesday, the first tee (without clubs) on Thursday morning, and then back to Orlando.
Tiger Woods called him last week to see how he was and to let him know that he was recovering from back surgery and would not be able to play. Rickie Fowler drove up from south Florida to meet Palmer and say he could not make this year. On the 50th anniversary of Palmer's first Masters victory in 1958, Woods said: "If anybody would say, 'Who is the greatest ambassador of the game?' You would have to say Arnold. The Arnold Palmer Invitational has drawn five of the top 10 players in the world, led by the trio of Rory McIlroy, Jason Day and Adam Scott. Russell Knox is playing in his first Masters next month, and part of him looks as much forward to the Par-3 contest. Mike Flemming was the Jacksonville University coach who recruited Knox from Inverness, Scotland, and remained his coach and mentor as he made his way onto the PGA Tour. Flemming died two years ago, and Knox choked back tears thinking about him when he won in Shanghai. Knox already has shared the experience with his father, who accompanies him - but did not play - when Knox played Augusta National for the first time in early February. Three-time major champion Padraig Harrington said on Tuesday golf had become a much more open contest since the end of Tiger Woods' dominance, but none of the current top players could match Woods at his best.
The Irishman, who won the British Open (twice) and US PGA when Woods was at the height of his powers, said the overall standard had improved in the past decade but there was no player who stood out from the crowd. Woods, now 40, won the most recent of his 14 major titles in 2008 and has not played competitive golf since last August following back surgery. Harrington, 44, has dropped down the rankings chart but still believes he can compete with the new crop of stars on a good day. Five years after the LPGA Tour had only two tournaments on network television, it picked up its seventh of the season when CBS announced it will broadcast the final round of the Marathon Classic on July 17.
That means the LPGA Tour will be shown on network TV for four straight weekends in July - the US Women's Open (Fox Sports), Marathon Classic (CBS), International Crown (NBC) and Ricoh Women's British Open (NBC).
The other network events are the KPMG Women's PGA (NBC), the Evian Masters (NBC) and the CME Group Tour Championship (ABC). The final spot in the 120-man field came down to the 85th position in the FedEx Cup standings. Notes: Every will try to join Tiger Woods as the only players to win at Bay Hill three straight years. Last event: Jang Ha-na won the HSBC Women's Champions in Singapore on March 6 for her second victory of the year. An Italian prosecutor has told the BBC more than two dozen top tennis pros should be investigated over links to betting rings. Roberto di Martino told the BBC and BuzzFeed News on Tuesday the players' names have appeared in evidence seized from gamblers suspected of fixing matches.
So far, only Italians Potito Starace and Daniele Bracciali have been investigated and charged, but di Martino said others should be investigated by the Tennis Integrity Unit, the sport's anti-corruption watchdog. Di Martino has been conducting a two-year inquiry into a suspected match-fixing ring involving Italian tennis players and gamblers.
However, the London-based TIU, which has come under fire in recent months, issued a statement later on Tuesday insisting an investigation into Bracciali and Starace was ongoing and that information received from di Martino was being assessed. This led the sport's governing bodies to set up an independent review into anti-corruption efforts chaired by English lawyer Adam Lewis. The TIU's statement on Tuesday also said: "We have in the past requested, and repeat today, that if BuzzFeed and the BBC believe they have hard evidence of corruption, they should make it immediately available.
Meanwhile, Maria Sharapova has been suspended as a goodwill ambassador by the United Nations after the former world No 1 admitted testing positive for the banned substance meldonium at this year's Australian Open. The UN Development Programme, for which the five-time Grand Slam winner became a goodwill ambassador in February 2007, suspended the Russian until the outcome of an investigation is known. Sharapova's work with the UN focused mainly on helping survivors of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster. Sharapova, the highest-paid woman in world sport, has been losing sponsors since she announced the failed test at a news conference on March 7.
Nike, the world's largest sportswear maker, Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer and German luxury carmaker Porsche have suspended their ties with her. Retesting of hundreds of athletes' samples collected at the Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Olympic Games is underway as the International Olympic Committee bids to root out cheats ahead of Rio 2016.
Doping has overshadowed the run-up to the Olympics, with scandals involving the IAAF, the ruling body of athletics, track and field competitors and several countries that could be banned from the Games, including Russia and Kenya. Athletics, the showpiece sport of the Olympics, was rocked last year when Russia was suspended from the sport after a World Anti-Doping Agency investigation uncovered a state-sponsored doping program. Kenya could also be banned if it does not deliver on promises to WADA to deliver previous test results. Tennis was dragged through the mud last week when former world No 1 Maria Sharapova announced she had tested positive for the banned substance meldonium. The IOC said it welcomed a new WADA task force that would gather information and intelligence and identify athletes who should be included in registered testing pools, and those that should be tested during the four-week period of Rio 2016. The gambit paid off spectacularly as the slow bowlers took nine wickets on a dust bowl, including four for 11 from man-of-the match Mitchell Santner.
The New Zealand Herald declared it the best possible start to the tournament for the Black Caps, who face Australia on Friday.
Former Australia captain Ian Chappell said the tactic was reminiscent of the recently deceased New Zealand great Martin Crowe's decision to open with spin at the 1992 World Cup, when the Black Caps made the semifinals. Former New Zealand paceman Simon Doull said India came unstuck by using home advantage to prepare a spin-friendly wicket, rather than trusting in the quality of its batsmen. England allrounder Ben Stokes joked that he had not seen such a poor quality deck since he was a schoolboy growing up in his native New Zealand. India's batsmen folded at the hands of New Zealand's spinners, recording just 79 runs in 18.1 overs - their lowest ever T20 score on home soil - as they tried to chase down the Kiwis' modest total of 126. Host India, fresh from winning the Asia Cup, had been firm favorite to become the first team to win the World T20 title for a second time, as it began its quest on Tuesday in the Super 10 stage of the tournament. But New Zealand's slow bowlers stunned the raucous home crowd in Nagpur, with left-arm spinner Santner leading the show with a four-wicket haul in a miserly spell.
Police say they are investigating whether Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton broke New Zealand law by filming himself with a mobile phone while riding a motorbike. Hamilton, who is visiting New Zealand before traveling to the Australian Grand Prix, posted two videos to the Snapchat video sharing site, apparently showing him riding a Harley Davidson motorcycle on an Auckland motorway.
A global association of Olympic athletes says it wants a wider investigation into doping to follow a World Anti-Doping Agency commission report that detailed systematic drug use in Russian track and field. The World Olympians Association, which represents current and former Olympic athletes, says the response to November's report "has been unsatisfactory and has not gone far enough to protect clean athletes".
Following a call from the WADA athletes' commission last week, the WOA says it wants the investigation to be extended to "other sports and countries".
Prosecutors on Tuesday charged former Michigan State basketball star Mateen Cleaves with sexually assaulting a 24-year-old woman who said she was driven to a Michigan motel and attacked. Arrangements were being made for Cleaves, 39, to turn himself in to authorities, prosecutor Kym Worthy said in a statement.
Junior Galette never had a chance to help the Washington Redskins' defense last season because of an injury. The Redskins signed the pass-rushing linebacker to a $4 million, one-year contract, according to a person directly involved with the negotiations.
The person spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the deal has not been announced by the club.
Adam LaRoche surprised the Chicago White Sox by telling them on Tuesday he intends to retire, leaving $13 million on the table. General manager Rick Hahn said LaRoche informed his teammates during a clubhouse meeting and was asked to reconsider his decision, which Hahn characterized as a "personal decision".
Manuel Pellegrini is backing his Manchester City squad to make a mark in the Champions League after it reached the quarterfinals for the first time thanks to a scoreless stalemate with Dynamo Riga on Tuesday.
City fell to Barcelona in the last 16 in both of the past two seasons, but won its place in Friday's draw for the last eight after the 0-0 draw with Dynamo completed a 3-1 aggregate success.
City's shaky domestic form suggests it cannot be considered a serious contender for the Champions League crown, but after watching his club top its group above last season's beaten finalist Juventus, Pellegrini is hopeful more historic moments lie ahead.
The bad news for City came in the form of injuries to captain Vincent Kompany and fellow centerback Nicolas Otamendi, both of whom were forced off in the first 23 minutes. Pellegrini expressed hope that Otamendi will shake off his knock within "the next couple of days", raising the possibility he could be fit for Sunday's derby at home to Manchester United. But Kompany, who was slated to undergo tests on Wednesday, is facing at least a month on the sidelines - and could struggle to return before the end of the season - after sustaining his 14th calf injury since 2008. While City has slipped 12 points off the pace in the Premier League, rightback Pablo Zabaleta said the team's European breakthrough was a moment to savor. City came closest to scoring when Jesus Navas rattled a shot off the post midway through the second half, but Dynamo might have claimed the spoils in the latter stages, only for City goalkeeper Joe Hart to save smartly on shots by Vitaliy Buyalskiy and Olexandr Yakovenko. Asked whether there were any teams he would prefer to avoid in the next round, Pellegrini revealed that memories of his side's two eliminations at Barcelona's hands remain fresh in his mind. Leading 2-0 from the first leg at Anfield, Liverpool is well placed to reach the quarterfinals of a competition that realistically represents the best chance for either club to qualify for next season's Champions League.
Daniel Sturridge and Roberto Firmino scored as Juergen Klopp's side dominated the first European meeting between the two Premier League giants, and Sturridge says Liverpool's mindset won't change despite its healthy advantage.
United faces a tough task to turn things around as Liverpool has rung up four straight shutouts in Europe and is unbeaten in nine games in this season's competition.
However, Juan Mata said there is still hope for United as it bids to keep alive its quest to become just the fifth club to land all three major European trophies.
In other action, Borussia Dortmund will seek to protect a 3-0 lead as it heads to Tottenham Hotspur on the back of its biggest win against an English side. Spurs paid the price for resting Harry Kane and leaving Mousa Dembele and Erik Lamela on the bench as they were outclassed by Thomas Tuchel's German title challenger.
However, Mauricio Pochettino's men are undefeated in nine European home games, winning their last two at White Hart Lane by three-goal margins, although the Bundesliga giant represents a step up in class from previous opponents. Meanwhile, Gary Neville's Valencia must overcome a 1-0 deficit at home to fellow Spanish outfit Athletic Bilbao. The former Manchester United and England defender was furious after his side lost 1-0 to local rival and La Liga cellar-dweller Levante over the weekend.
Holder Sevilla returns to Spain following a scoreless draw against Swiss champion Basel, whose St.-Jakob Park will stage this year's final, as it continues its quest for a fifth title in the past decade.
Villarreal goes to Bayer Leverkusen with a 2-0 advantage from the first leg, while 2009 champion Shakhtar Donetsk heads to Anderlecht following a 3-1 victory in Ukraine.
Fenerbahce takes a narrow 1-0 lead to Portuguese side Braga, while Lazio, which was charged by UEFA for racist chanting after last week's 1-1 draw in the Czech Republic, returns home for its second leg against Sparta Prague.
However, Atletico was clinical from the spot, converting all of its penalties with Juanfran Torres blasting the winner after Luciano Narsingh hit the crossbar on PSV's eighth attempt.
It is the second consecutive season Atletico has progressed to the last eight on penalties, after vanquishing Bayer Leverkusen in similar fashion last season.

Despite Atletico's spectacular efficiency from the spot, Simeone said his charges had not practised penalties beforehand. Rightback Torres was Atletico's unlikely hero, and he also hailed the belief installed by Simeone as the key to success.
Atletico fell just short against city rival Real Madrid in last season's quarterfinals and most memorably in the 2014 final when it was a minute away from winning the competition for the first time. Torres is hoping to avoid Madrid and La Liga leader Barcelona in Friday's quarterfinal draw.
PSV coach Phillip Cocu said he was left with a bittersweet taste watching his young side match one of Europe's heavyweights over the two legs and come so close to a place in the quarterfinals for the first time in nine years. PSV Eindhoven goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet is too late to stop a shot by Madrid's Juanfran Torres during their penalty shootout after extra time at Vincente Calderon stadium on Tuesday. A former top-ranking Chilean soccer official who has confessed to wrongdoing in the huge FIFA graft scandal has compared awaiting sentencing in the United States to a holiday in the sun. The boast by Sergio Jadue, a former vice-president of the South American soccer confederation, CONMEBOL, and formerly the president of the Chilean FA, has infuriated his compatriots back home and could yet spark the interest of US justice officials. Jadue, who was also investigated by Chilean authorities for money laundering, used a message on his WhatsApp messaging app to show off a picture of him wearing shades and a hat on a beach.
Hugo Munoz, director at the Chilean FA, told local media: "This is a provocation to all Chileans. Jadue abruptly left Chile in November and resigned, reportedly to go into witness protection in the US to cooperate with a probe into the scandal in a bid to ensure a lesser sentence.
Jadue waived indictment and pleaded guilty to two US counts of racketeering conspiracy and wire fraud conspiracy.
Formula One roars back to life with a fresh coat of paint but facing many familiar problems and questions at the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne this weekend. Among the technical changes, alterations to the exhaust systems are expected to make the engines sound louder - after widespread complaints orchestrated by the sport's commercial supremo, Bernie Ecclestone - and new tire rules have given the teams a wider choice of Pirelli rubber. From a driver standpoint, the biggest question is the level of motivation defending three-time world champion Lewis Hamilton will take into the season as he seeks a hat-trick of consecutive titles with the all-conquering Mercedes team. Hamilton, champion in 2008, 2014 and 2015, appeared to lose his mojo at the end of last year once he had clinched the title with three races to go, allowing teammate Nico Rosberg to seize the momentum going into the European winter.
Preseason testing in Spain yielded few clues on how the Mercedes tandem will size up when they race in earnest for the first time at Melbourne on March 20.
While Hamilton and Rosberg delivered solid speed along with impressive reliability and endurance during the two weeks of testing in Spain, Ferrari was faster, with four-time champion Sebastian Vettel and his teammate, Kimi Raikkonen, topping the times. That suggests much of the same this year with Ferrari closing the gap and Vettel, in his second season with the team, mounting a more serious challenge to the pacesetting Mercedes outfit.
For Mercedes, the main problem might be managing the relationship between its globetrotting superstar British champion, who may be distracted, and his frustrated German teammate. Behind them, the unchanged Williams and Red Bull teams lead the chasing pack while the field will welcome the arrival of the new Haas team, the first American outfit to race in F1 in three decades.
With Dallara chassis and Ferrari power-units, and with Frenchman Romain Grosjean as lead driver alongside Mexican Esteban Gutierrez, Haas is aiming to make a solid midfield start and may upset the returning Renault squad, following its takeover of Lotus.
It will also be intriguing to see if the McLaren-Honda team, coming off a disappointing 2015 season, continues to struggle - a story that could lead to tensions as two-time champion Fernando Alonso and the 2009 champion Jenson Button lose patience. Renault has ushered in changes, including the departure of Grosjean and the arrival of British newcomer Jolyon Palmer while Venezuelan Pastor Maldonado has been replaced by Dane Kevin Magnussen. For Red Bull, the power units are being badged by Tag-Heuer, while Toro Rosso, with an unchanged driver lineup, has switched from Renault to Ferrari power.
The other two rookies will be the Manor Racing pairing of German prodigy Pascal Wehrlein and Indonesia's first F1 driver, Rio Haryanto, in a Mercedes-powered team intent on making serious progress from the back.
Following the departures of team bosses John Booth and Graeme Lowdon, Manor recruited former McLaren manager Dave Ryan and former Ferrari technical staff Pat Fry and Nikolas Tombazis. Haryanto, backed by significant Indonesian sponsorship, has captured his country's imagination and will further establish F1 in Asia. The calendar has expanded to an unprecedented 21 events, including a first visit to a new street circuit at Baku in Azerbaijan, where the European Grand Prix will be held in June. Qualifying sessions are also changing, with the use of an elimination system that will see a driver knocked out every 90 seconds in each of the three qualifying segments, Q1, Q2 and Q3.
It guarantees that only two cars will be left on track in the final minutes of Q3 - and that the front row of the grid is decided when the checkered flag drops and not in the minutes afterwards as in previous years. The United States Grand Prix on Oct 23 got the green light last week after financial concerns were resolved. Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton of Britian leans into a turn in front of Germany's Sebastian Vettel during a test session at BarcelonaCatalunya racetrack in Montmelo, Spain, on March 4. Mercedes has danced around its rivals for the past two seasons, with Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg unstoppable in 16 of the 19 races in each of the past two years.
Sebastien Vettel, in his first season for Ferrari, picked up the crumbs from Mercedes' overladen plate in Malaysia, Hungary and Singapore. The rivalry between Hamilton and Rosberg over the past two seasons has saved Formula One from becoming about as exciting as watching paint dry. The former friends turned archrivals were at loggerheads in 2014, and there was more of the same in 2015. Rosberg rattled off wins in the final three races and the German is desperate to continue where he left off to finally get his hands on the championship he so desperately craves while preventing Hamilton from claiming his fourth title. Hamilton has slammed F1 as "broken" and "lacking direction" in an opinion that will no doubt strike a chord with some fans.
F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone clearly believes bigger is better, with the 2016 season serving up a record 21 races. Financial concerns over the staging of the Oct 23 US Grand Prix in Austin appear to be lifting, while F1 is back in Germany, at Hockenheim on July 31, after last year's race was canceled. Three wins and 13 podium finishes for Sebastien Vettel last year gave the men from Maranello glimpses of light at the end of the Mercedes-blocked tunnel - and their hopes were bolstered by decent testing times in Barcelona. Team principal Maurizio Arrivabene is demanding improvement on 2015: "I think this year, we need to push a bit more.
Third for the past two seasons, the much-admired British team run on a compact budget will once again be snapping at the leaders' heels.
Well-publicized problems with engine supplier Renault dogged Red Bull throughout last season. Red Bull's sister team has two impressive young drivers in teenager Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz Jr., who managed more successful overtaking maneuvers than any other drivers on the grid last year. Verstappen had a remarkable rookie season, scooping Personality of the Year, Rookie of the Year and Action of the Year awards at FIA's annual trophy ceremony.
Sauber was dogged by cash flow concerns in the past but is now on more stable financial footing courtesy of Felipe Nasr and Marcus Eriksson, who are helping significantly to keep the team's bank account in the black.
The fallen British giant will be hard pressed not to improve on last year's humiliating performance, when its reunion with Honda fell flat.
An all-new driver lineup sees two rookies join the grid: German DTM Touring Car champion Pascal Wehrlein and Rio Haryanto, the first Indonesian in F1. The first American team in F1 in 30 years, the North Carolina-based newcomer is powered by Ferrari with veteran French driver Romain Grosjean and Mexican Esteban Gutierrez driving. Spieth knew it would be tough to repeat the results of a year in which he won the Masters and US Open, chased a calendar grand slam and won the FedEx Cup to cash in on the most lucrative season ($22 million) in golf . Spieth's clothing sponsor, Under Armour, sold various shirts in the clubhouse, some with a silhouette of Spieth, others with only his last name in block letters. As the defending champion, Spieth's image was on a large sign that hung from the back of the grandstands on the opening tee. On Saturday afternoon, a woman climbed to the top of the bleachers and reached down over the sign so that her arms cradled the image of Spieth's face as a friend took her picture. Most interesting was a 75-yard walk after the pro-am through a gauntlet of fans packed two-deep behind the ropes, screaming and reaching for autographs. Spieth had his caddie, Michael Greller, walk in front of him and collect items for him to sign.
That much was clear after he played an 18-hole practice round at Pebble Beach last month with a group of fans following him for four hours. Spieth was asked that day if he felt he had a target on his back because of his two majors and No 1 ranking.
The moment Spieth regretted from Innisbrook was having enough spare time to look at social media.
Spieth was reminded of that when someone posted to his Instagram account that his wedge game was garbage.
Far more innocent was a tweet from the PGA Tour account that quoted one comment from Spieth that was out of context, though it was no less irritating. Jordan Spieth reacts to a shot on the fifth fairway during the third round of last week’s Valspar Championship in Palm Harbor, Florida. Chris Evert said on Monday she was stunned to hear Maria Sharapova failed a doping test - but not by the fact there is doping in tennis. The 18-time Grand Slam champion who retired in 1989, said the use of performance-enhancing drugs in tennis went on during her career - which was before the sport adopted current anti-doping rules - and that it likely goes on in all sports. Sharapova faces up to a four-year ban by the International Tennis Federation for testing positive for meldonium in January.
She said she had taken the drug for 10 years due to health problems, but it was classified as a banned substance on Jan 1. Evert believes the length of Sharapova's ban will hinge on her medical records and that the former Russian world No 1 might only be barred for the rest of the year. Meanwhile, Rafael Nadal has stepped up his attack on those who have labeled him a drugs cheat, threatening to sue the French ex-sports minister who said the Spanish tennis star failed a drug test. Nadal said he is seeking "justice" and will have his day in court to silence critics like former French minister Roselyne Bachelot. Bachelot, who served as sports minister between 2007-10, said Nadal faked an injury in 2012, when he missed the final six months of the season due to knee problems, in order to hide a positive drug test. The 14-time Grand Slam champion said on Saturday night that he was going to seek "justice" and use the courts to put a stop to speculation he ever used performance-enhancing drugs. Former Leicester striker Gary Lineker has said the club's push to win the Premier League this season "defies logic" and put the team on the threshold of "sporting immortality". Having only narrowly avoided relegation from the lucrative English top flight last season, the Midlands club was 5,000-1 with several British bookmakers to be crowned champion this term. Yet Claudio Ranieri's men have defied those odds in spectacular style and are enjoying a five-point lead at the top of the standings, with just eight matches remaining after beating last-place Newcastle 1-0 on Monday. For ex-England international Lineker, a lifelong Foxes fan, the fact Leicester, which has never won the English title, is leading the likes of such wealthy rivals as fourth-place Manchester City, Manchester United and reigning champion Chelsea at this stage of the season, is staggering. When Leicester appointed Ranieri to replace fired manager Nigel Pearson before the start of this season, Lineker was unimpressed by the Italian's credentials. Lineker, who has promised to present the BBC's flagship Match of the Day program in his underwear if Leicester is crowned champion, also wrote: "What we are witnessing, should Leicester go on to win the title, is quite possibly the most unlikely triumph in the history of team sport.
Benitez was taking charge of Newcastle for the first time since being appointed as the successor to the fired Steve McClaren on a three-year contract, but it was Japan international Okazaki, 29, who stole the headlines with an acrobatic 25th-minute overhead kick. Okazaki's sixth goal of the season took Leicester five points clear of Tottenham Hotspur, which had trimmed its lead to two points with a victory at Aston Villa on Sunday and nudged Claudio Ranieri's men a step closer to an extraordinary title triumph.
It was Newcastle's fourth consecutive defeat and saw Leicester complete a league double over the northeast giant for the first time since the 1974-75 campaign.
The visitors showed more fight than in recent weeks at the King Power Stadium, but remain in the relegation zone ahead of Benitez's St. Benitez made two changes to the team beaten 3-1 by Bournemouth in McClaren's final game, with Vurnon Anita and Aleksandar Mitrovic coming in, while Jack Colback moved from central midfield to leftback.
Chelsea's controversial striker Diego Costa was charged with improper conduct by the Football Association on Monday for the angry reaction to his red card in Saturday's FA Cup loss to Everton. Costa was sent off by referee Michael Oliver in Chelsea's 2-0 quarterfinal defeat at Goodison Park.
Television replays showed Costa nuzzling his mouth into Gareth Barry's neck in what initially looked like an attempted bite by the temperamental Spain forward.
Everton midfielder Barry insisted Costa had not bitten him and the FA charge does not mention the incident, but the Chelsea star is still in trouble for his aggressive protest to Oliver about his dismissal. Costa faced a one-match ban following the first red card of his career in England, but the FA charge is likely to lead to a further one-game suspension, with the possibility of another ban for the crowd gesture. It is not the first time Costa has found himself in hot water for his fiery antics since joining Chelsea from Atletico Madrid in 2014. He was given a three-match ban after being found guilty of violent conduct for stamping on Emre Can during a League Cup tie with Liverpool.

Leicester City's Danny Simpson clashes with Newcastle United's Aleksandar Mitrovic as Wes Morgan intervenes during Monday's English Premier League match at King Power Stadium in Leicester. Bayern hosts the Italian champion at Allianz Arena on Wednesday, looking to seal its fifth consecutive quarterfinal appearance in Europe's premier club competition.
Judging by their first-leg performance, Pepe Guardiola's men are widely expected to succeed. Despite a decimated central defense three weeks ago in Turin, Bayern handed Juve a soccer master class, taking a 2-0 lead by the 55th minute before the Italian side regrouped to draw 2-2. Marchisio admits Bayern is formidable, but he believes the Germans can expect a different Juventus side to the one they met in Turin. Juve is now unbeaten in 19 consecutive games and Gianluigi Buffon has not conceded a goal for 10 games - a run that has him just four minutes shy of overcoming Sebastian Rossi's decades-old unbeaten record of 929 minutes in Serie A. It was in the Juve dressing room at halftime last time out that the Italians finally awoke from their slumber and Paulo Dybala launched their salvage operation with his first goal in the competition on 63 minutes. Patrice Evra knows Bayern only too well, having lost twice (2010 and 2014) in the quarterfinals to the Bundesliga giant when he played at Manchester United. The French leftback is desperate to avoid another reverse in Bavaria, but he believes Juve's first-leg display last time out has taught an unforgettable lesson. While Juve warmed up for Wednesday's decider with a 1-0 win over Sassuolo on Friday, a free-scoring Bayern put five unanswered goals past Werder Bremen on Saturday. But defender Leonardo Bonucci said: "It's a massive game for us, but we're going to Munich with the enthusiasm of a team that's looking to get to the next phase. VfL Wolfsburg has reportedly fined Germany striker Max Kruse 25,000 euros ($27,805) after he left 75,000 euros in cash in a bag following an early morning taxi ride through Berlin. The 27-year-old, who is an avid poker player, reportedly left the bundle of cash in a small satchel in the back of a cab last year.
News that Kruse had lost so much money only came to light last month when he lodged a complaint with Berlin police, who are investigating, but his employers have taken a dim view of his carelessness. For the past two years Kruse has opted to spend his end-of-season holiday at the World Series of Poker championships in Las Vegas. He won $36,000 after finishing third in one category at the international tournament in 2014 while his Germany teammates were winning the World Cup. Juventus’ Paulo Dybala celebrates scoring against Sassuolo during their Italian Serie A match at Juventus Stadium on March 11. Real Madrid striker Benzema's hopes of playing at Euro 2016 received a huge boost after legal restrictions placed on him over his alleged involvement in a sex-tape blackmail case were lifted last week. But Kanner told RTL radio: "I think when we sign the code of ethics to be part of the French national team we must respect it, and I think that as of today the conditions have not been met in regard to Benzema.
France coach Didier Deschamps has made no secret of his desire to see Benzema return to the national team setup, after the striker was indefinitely suspended by the French Football Federation in December. Last week an appeals court in Versailles, outside of Paris, upheld an investigating magistrate's decision to lift legal restrictions placed on Benzema that prevented him from coming into contact with international teammate Mathieu Valbuena, who was the target of the blackmail attempt. The FFF said the decision to lift the legal restrictions was "a first step", but added it would wait to see how the investigation unfolded before deciding whether to recall Benzema.
A National Football League executive has acknowledged a link between the sport and the brain disease CTE for the first time. Jeff Miller, the NFL's senior vice-president for health and safety, spoke about the connection during an appearance on Monday at a US congressional committee's round table discussion about concussions.
Miller began by referencing the work of Boston University neuropathologist Dr Ann McKee, who has found CTE in the brains of 90 former pro football players. The NFL has not previously linked playing football to chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a disease linked to repeated brain trauma and associated with symptoms such as memory loss, depression and progressive dementia. During Super Bowl Week last month, Dr Mitch Berger, a member of the NFL's head, neck and spine committee, would not draw a direct line from football to CTE.
Last month, Berger, chairman of the department of neurological surgery at the University of California-San Francisco, repeatedly said that while the types of degenerative changes to the brain associated with CTE have been found in late football players, such signs have also been found "in all spectrums of life". Tao, a protein that indicates the presence of CTE, "is found in brains that have traumatic injuries, whether it's from football, whether it's from car accidents, whether it's from gunshot wounds, domestic violence - it remains to be seen," Berger said. Miller said he was "not going to speak for Dr Berger" when asked by Schakowsky about those comments. Just before Miller spoke, McKee was asked the same question about the link between hits in football and CTE. There is something about playing the Los Angeles Clippers that brings out a casual lack of concern in the Cleveland Cavaliers. LeBron James scored 27 points as the Cavs buried the Clippers with 3-pointers in a 114-90 victory on Sunday, tying their season high with 18 from long range. Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James reacts after dunking during the first half of Sunday's 114-90 victory over the LA Clippers at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The James Gang played with obvious ease at Staples Center, where they are 7-2 against the Clippers since the 2006-07 season.
They were coming off a 12-point win over the Lakers three days earlier in which they made 16 3-pointers.
I have heard many stories about Augusta and now I feel very excited that I can experience it for myself.
The Beijing native captured the PGA China Tour's Nine Dragons Open in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province, in 2014 - a feat never before achieved by an amateur on that pro tour.
At the age of 14 years and five months, he went on to become the youngest player to make the cut in a major championship at Augusta. He performed a miracle there and brought that experience back to us," Jin said before leaving for the US. The Arnold Palmer Invitational enters its 38th year with one noticeable difference: The King won't be around as much as he usually is this week. He decided not to hold a media conference for the first time this year, instead taking questions that reporters submitted last week. Bubba Watson, a Bay Hill member, is worried about a twinge he felt in his back at Doral and decided he needs a week of rest.
In my day we pretty much had a Tiger and if he was playing his best then he was close to impossible to beat," Harrington said in New Delhi. One shows him joining the motorway fro man entry road and the other shows him riding the motorbike before panning to show other traffic.
Cleaves was expected to be arraigned on Thursday on three counts of criminal sexual conduct, one count of assault with intent to commit criminal sexual penetration and one count of unlawful imprisonment.
I always said that the last two seasons we were very unlucky to have the draw in the round of 16. It's like a final for us," said Mata, who missed Sunday's 1-1 draw against West Ham in the FA Cup through suspension.
And he said the credit should go to assistant coach German Burgos for deciding which players should take the responsibility.
This event and the return of the German Grand Prix have been added to last year's 19 races to create a demanding schedule. Trying to fathom concrete conclusions from preseason testing is nigh on impossible, such is the veil of secrecy teams delight in throwing up around car set-ups, fuel loads, tires, etc. It culminated when Rosberg petulantly threw his cap at Hamilton after a bitter first corner clash in Austin, Texas.
That was the glum storyline on the former world champion last term, and only its most ardent fans could envisage a dramatic turnaround based on preseason testing. He reckons the move, an attempt to shake up qualifying to boost F1's appeal, is detrimental to the sport. Ambitious Azerbaijan tagged last year's European Games and, on June 19, the streets of the capital, Baku, will provide the backdrop to the Grand Prix of Europe. All the neutrals are praying the scarlet scuderia can mount a serious title challenge with Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen, the last Ferrari driver to win a world championship in 2007.
Brazilian veteran Felipe Massa and Finn Valterri Bottas link up for the third year to provide the Mercedes-powered outfit with vital continuity. As results tapered off after the heady days of Vettel's four world titles, owner Dietrich Mateschitz warned he might pull the plug on Red Bull and sister team Torro Rosso. With not inconsiderable help from the Mercedes engine, it is once again up to Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez to keep pushing for more podiums in 2016. Associated with the sport since 1977 - with 12 constructors and drivers titles to its name - Renault essentially bought back the team it sold to Genii Capital in 2009. Former world champions Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button mustered a mere 27 points between them.
Formerly known as Marussia, Manor is seeking to add to the modest points total achieved when the late Jules Bianchi finished ninth in Monaco in 2014. Whether it was Friday afternoon or Saturday morning, fans had a tough time getting a clear view of Spieth because the crowd was so big. It was strange to hear the fans yelling out, "Michael, Michael, over here!" instead of Spieth's name - but it was a smart move. And it's a frustrating feeling trying to look for answers, knowing you need to go work on it, and then you've got all the people asking for something. Just let it go and by the time the next tournament rolls around, no one even remembers it anyway," Spieth said.
We saw and experienced its strength, but the fact we fought our way back into a match in which we'd been dominated for 45 minutes gave us an indication of our own strength as well. You're not a striker at Real Madrid for five years with (Jose) Mourinho, (Carlo) Ancelotti, (Rafael) Benitez and (Zinedine) Zidane for nothing. McKee's research shows that a number of retired NFL players were diagnosed with CTE, so the answer to that question is certainly 'yes', but there are also a number of questions that come with that," Miller said. Smith and Kyrie Irving added 17 points each, and reserve Channing Frye had 15 on a season-high-tying five 3-pointers for the Eastern Conference leaders. He brought his son with him on Friday to tell Palmer, and then went on Golf Channel on Tuesday morning.
He faces a busy travel schedule by going from Doral to Delhi, and then he heads straight to Texas for the Dell Match Play. Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button mustered a mere 27 points between them as McLaren finished an embarrassing ninth of the 10 teams. Led by the eloquent Toto Wolff and F1 legend Niki Lauda, it is difficult to see beyond a third straight constructors title for the team. But that threat failed to materialize and the team has designated 2016 as a "transition" year ahead of a serious assault on the 2017 championship, with smiling Daniel Ricciardo and cerebral Daniil Kyvat once again at the wheels. Testing hinted that while Honda's reliability has improved, it certainly needs to raise flagging spirits at the once proud team's Woking headquarters.
Spieth, McIlroy and Rickie Fowler combined could not set off the frenzy that followed Woods through the inaugural phase of Tigermania in 1997 - and still does, even as injuries have kept Woods from playing.
Among the players found to have CTE in their brains were Hall of Famers Junior Seau and Ken Stabler. Padraig Harrington, who played in Florida last week, is playing in India for the first time since 1994. Flashes of encouragement in Barcelona suggest the under-performing Honda engine has improved, but not enough to end a 57-race losing run covering the past three seasons. The only burning question is whether Nico Rosberg can finally best his archrival, Lewis Hamilton, for the drivers' title.
Harrington went from Florida to India and then will return to Texas for the Shell Houston Open, where he would have to win to qualify for the Masters.
In preseason testing Mercedes piled on the miles - 3,742 of them - to advertise its remarkable reliability as Melbourne looms. Lexi Thompson went to New York on Monday to join Jordan Spieth in promoting the Drive, Chip and Putt competition at Augusta National.
That, linked with a formidable management structure and two of the best drivers in the business should once again prove an unstoppable combination. The competition is held the Sunday before the Masters, which also is the final round of the LPGA Tour's first major championship.

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