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Liverpool's win over Manchester United on Sunday put them 30 points ahead of their old rivals. The aim for United from last season would have been to close the gap on Jurgen Klopp's side, but instead it's widening: they were 31 back from Liverpool at the end of last term, and by the end of this one it could be nudging 50. For a point of reference, the most points United have ever finished in front of Liverpool in the Premier League era is 37, in 2011-12.

The odd thing about Sunday's game at Anfield was that for long spells Liverpool absolutely battered United, but thanks to a couple of disallowed goals and some passed up chances they didn't pull ahead as they should have done. Indeed, United had a couple of extremely presentable chances, most notably for Andreas Pereira and Anthony Martial that could easily have sent the result in another direction. Liverpool were, very nearly, hanging on at the end before Mohamed Salah's brilliant counter-attack clincher.

In that respect it was similar to the win over Tottenham last weekend, in that Liverpool asserted their superiority so emphatically it was almost embarrassing, but the opposition missed some chances that could have taken the

There are slight changes to proceedings at Round 3 of the season as we head to Austin and the Circuit of the Americas

After tangoing in Termas it’s time to rodeo in Austin as the MotoGP™ paddock heads to the Circuit of the Americas for Round 3 of the 2019 season.

But what time does every session get underway at the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas? Well, as usual, Moto3™ kick us off on Friday morning at 09:00 local time (GMT-5) with FP1. However, unlike what we saw in Qatar and Argentina

Malaysian Grand Prix winner Marc Marquez said he "didn't have anything more" in his fight with Valentino Rossi, and that it would have been too close to call had the Yamaha rider not crashed.

Starting seventh after being handed a six-place grid drop, Marquez quickly moved up to second and then spent the majority of the race circulating around a second behind Rossi.

He started to inch closer during the final 10 laps but was yet to make an overtaking attempt when Rossi crashed with four laps

KUALA LUMPUR - Various efforts are needed to reorganise and revive football in the country from the grassroots-level so that the national team can compete well on the global-level, says Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said.

He noted that among the factors to be taken into consideration were the views of some parents who did not see a career in football for their children as having a future, and that this perception needed to be changed.

"We also need to provide a platform for companies

It was a complex offside situation. Sadio Mane had converted the rebound, seemingly giving Liverpool a 1-0 lead at the Emirates, but a linesman's flag had thwarted him. Mane had been offside when the initial pass was played, but wasn't interfering with play. When he was interfering with play, in the second phase, he'd been level with Roberto Firmino as the Brazilian volleyed towards goal. Mane was onside, the goal should have stood.

From the freeze-frames on the replay, we were looking at the

KUALA LUMPUR - Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak congratulates national divers, Pandelela Rinong and Leong Mun Yee for winning the gold medal at the 2017 Kuala Lumpur FINA Diving Grand Prix at the National Aquatic Centre in Bukil Jalil, yesterday.

“Our national divers are world class! Congratulations @AngelaLeong and @Pandelela_R for winning gold at the KL Fina Diving Grand Prix,” he wrote in his Twitter account, @ NajibRazak, here last night.

After not performing together for almost two

KUALA LUMPUR - The excellent achievement of athletes in the SEA Games not only did the nation proud but brings about a positive feeling among the people said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

The Prime Minister said when he met the people, they had given him very positive reactions and were full of praise for the Malaysian contingent's achievement and commitment.

"So, you (athletes) have changed the mood of the country and the people, no matter what race, religion, culture or colour

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