News archive from 15 April 2015

Jan Oblak was a wall for Atletico Madrid, but Gareth Bale had the big chance to score Real's away goal -...

Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid couldn't be separated in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final showdown on Tuesday. The two giants from the Spanish capital played out a goalless draw, meaning all is left to play for in the second leg...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

"Racism rising' on Britain's railways

An average of four suspected race hate crimes were reported to police every day last year - a rise of more than 100 from 2013. Figures obtained by the Press Association via a Freedom of Information request showed that the British Transport Police...

Metro, 00:07 in Hot News
 

Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti praises Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak after superb display in...

Diego Simeone and Carlo Ancelotti both hailed Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak, who made a string of excellent saves to keep Real Madrid at bay. The Champions League quarter-final first leg clash at the Vicente Calderon finished goalless and that...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Mario Mandzukic 'made meal of things', claims Paul Scholes but was Atletico Madrid star punched and bitten...

Paul Scholes has criticised Mario Mandzukic for over reacting after the Atletico Madrid striker appeared to be punched and bitten by Real Madrid's Daniel Carvajal. Mandzukic was the centre of attention in on-pitch scraps with Sergio Ramos, Raphael...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale still need to work on their partnership after Real Madrid are held by...

Cristiano Ronaldo left the pitch with a supporter trying to hug him, Gareth Bale left it knowing that once again the fingers of blame will be pointing at him after his first half miss after Diego Godin’s slip. On a night when Atletico Madrid’s defence...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Atletico Madrid midfielder Mario Suarez says referee Milorad Mazic was 'very bad' in Champions League draw...

Real Madrid and Atletico will both be missing one player each in the second leg of their Champions League quarter final next week. Marcelo and Mario Suarez were both booked during the 0-0 draw at the Vicente Calderon and due to accumulation of yellow...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Deila believes Celtic primed to cope with expectations of a key week ahead

While they will not be decisive in either competition, the Norwegian who has made no secret of his ambition to become the first foreign boss to win all three major domestic trophies in his first season in Scotland, clearly sees tonight's meeting with...

The Herald, 00:13 in Sport
 

Doubts remain over Denayer's immediate future but his ability is clear for all to see

Still a teenager the Belgian central defender has even outshone fellow Low Countryman Virgil Van Dijk at club level while the Manchester City-loanee also helped his national team rise to an all-time high of fourth place in edging past the Dutch in the...

The Herald, 00:13 in Sport
 

Is climate change making Scotland a dolphin paradise? Sightings off the West Coast have doubled in just a...

Encounters with common dolphins off the west of Scotland have more than doubled over a decade, according to experts. And now research is under way to find out why, with scientists proposing that climate change may have caused the surge in numbers....

 

Is dark matter more active than we thought? Discovery suggests mystery particles interact with our universe...

The first signs of dark matter interacting with a force other than gravity may have been found. Until now it was thought that dark matter did not interact with anything other than gravity, earning it its ‘dark’ moniker and making its detection...

 

Alzheimer's breakthrough as researchers say they may have discovered how disease is caused - and say it...

Researchers have made a major breakthrough in discovering how Alzheimer's is caused - and say it could lead to new treatments. The new study shows that our immune system, which protects our bodies from foreign invaders, plays a part in the...

 
Reading 0 Bournemouth 1: Eddie Howe hails his promotion chasing Cherries

Reading 0 Bournemouth 1: Eddie Howe hails his promotion chasing Cherries

Callum Wilson's fourth-minute strike turned out to be just enough to down Wembley-bound Reading. But Bournemouth had to dig deep as the Royals battered on their door late on. Howe said: "It was a nervy ending with what's at stake - we defended...

Daily Star, 00:22 in Sport
 

McGinn hits rock bottom as St Mirren' downward spiral continues

But it is only now relegation looks inevitable that John McGinn concedes that his promising career has finally hit rock bottom. The midfielder is a product of the Paisley club's youth academy having first broken into the first team back in 2012, six...

The Herald, 00:28 in Sport
 

Dougie Imrie pens one-year extension with Hamilton Accies

The 31-year-old forward is already looking after the Under-17s and is currently working his way through his coaching badges. Imrie signed the deal yesterday as Accies also tied up youngsters Greg Docherty, Darren Lyon, Craig Watson, Andy Ryan and...

The Herald, 00:28 in Sport
 

Defence is the best form of attack for PSG against Barcelona, says Laurent Blanc

"The paradox for tomorrow is we're going to have to defend well even if we're playing at home," Blanc told a news conference on the eve of the first leg of the quarter-final.Loading article content PSG, who are without suspended Sweden...

The Herald, 00:28 in Sport
 


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