Sports Headlines: Monday October 23, 2017.

October 23rd, 2017 | by Obinna
Sports Headlines: Monday October 23, 2017.
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Wembley Jinx Definitely Over For Spurs.

Tottenham have clearly risen above the problems they have been encountering since leaving White Hart Lane as they emphatically humbled Liverpool with a 4-1 defeat. Their coach, Pochettino, said the stadium was starting to feel like home.

 

Lewis Hamilton Racing To Fourth Title In Five Years.

The Mercedes driver has now gone 66 points clear of closest rival, Vettel, after taking the lead again at the US GP. It is clear that Vettel cannot turn things around any longer as the only chance he has at the Mexico City GP is to finish first and have Hamilton finish lower than sixth.

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Ronaldo And Messi Both Draw Blank.

Despite Barcelona and Real Madrid recording routine wins with 2-0 and 3-0 score lines respectively, both stars could not increase their goal tallies over the weekend. Meanwhile, Barcelona will be looking to solve Suarez’s finishing problem.

 

After Loss To Arsenal, Koeman May Have Trouble Sleeping.

The Everton coach will definitely not be having any sort of rest as his side continues to spiral down into mediocrity. Their latest loss to Arsenal will leave the Toffees boss wondering if the board will still keep faith or bring the axe down on him.

 

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Juventus In Convincing Win With Sami Khedira ‘The Hat-trick Hero’.

Despite going down early and losing Mandzukic to a red card, Juve managed to turn the game around on its head to beat stubborn Udinese 6-2 as German international, Khedira, scored his first hat-trick for the Turin club.

 

Diego Maradona Lights Up Wembley.

At the interval of the match between Tottenham and Liverpool, Maradona was shown to the fans as the special guest representing FIFA. The Argentine legend greeted the fans enthusiastically and bowed a dew times.

 

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