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Real Madrid's strength in depth and unity the deciding factor as Zinedine Zidane's men seal La Liga glory

‘It was the group that won it’. That was the overriding sentiment from Real Madrid’s title celebrations on Sunday night through Monday morning.  The club that gave football the term ‘Galacticos’ have left behind all the trappings of that system and worsh

yesterday, 11:21 in Sport

Manchester United fans fear David De Gea's exit to Real Madrid is imminent as they react after star posts...

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea sent fans into meltdown after posting an end-of-season Tweet which has sparked fear he is heading for the exit. Real Madrid are confident of capturing the £60million-rated United stopper and want to make the Span

yesterday, 11:21 in Sport

50 Cent receives a commemorative Monaco shirt he celebrates with members of the Ligue 1 winners squad

50 Cent has been presented with a personalised replica shirt by members of Monaco's squad as they celebrated finishing the season as Ligue 1 champions. The rapper was spotted posing with the Ligue 1 trophy and receiving a home shirt with real name 'Curti

yesterday, 11:16 in Sport

Arsenal major owner Stan Kroenke says 'shares are not, and never have been, for sale' after £1bn Alisher...

Arsenal majority shareholder Stan Kroenke has insisted he remains committed to the club and his company's shares are 'not, and never have been, for sale'. KSE UK, which is the holding company for the American's interest in the Gunners, issued a statement

yesterday, 11:03 in Sport

Arsenal are in the Europa League for the first time in 20 years... but what does that mean for Arsene...

Arsenal's win over Everton on Sunday was in vain, as Liverpool and Manchester City did enough to secure Champions League football on the final day of the Premier League season. That means that Arsenal will start a season in Europe's second-tier competiti

yesterday, 11:03 in Sport

Antonio Conte and Tottenham shine, while Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger disappoint... Sportsmail's...

Another Premier League season has now drawn to a close, with Chelsea claiming the title at a canter - seven points ahead of their nearest rivals Tottenham. Manchester United and Arsenal both missed out on the top four while, at the other end of the table

yesterday, 10:53 in Sport

New Zealand launches its first test rocket tomorrow as the nation plans to join the commercial space race

New Zealand will launch its first ever test rocket tomorrow as the nation makes plans to join the commercial space race. The nation has never had a space programme - but could soon be launching commercial rockets more often than the US. Commercial space

yesterday, 10:38 in Science &Technology

Everest's Hillary Step collapses: Climber confirms 40ft rocky outcrop near the summit has been destroyed

Everest's famous Hillary Step has collapsed, a climber has confirmed. The 40ft rocky outcrop near the summit is thought to have been destroyed in Nepal’s devastating 2015 earthquake. There had been rumours following earlier expeditions that the near-vert

yesterday, 10:38 in Science &Technology

From Ghastly Pink to Bank Butt: Algorithm is tasked with creating new colours, with some bizarre results

Anyone who has been tasked with picking a paint colour will recall the huge range of shades, each with their own elaborate name, such as Tuscan Sunrise, or Blushing Pear. But given that the human eye can see millions of distinct colours, sooner or later

yesterday, 10:38 in Science &Technology

Mystery of Da Vinci's mother solved: Caterina was an orphan living in a decrepit farmhouse who got pregnant...

Art historians have finally solved the identity of Leonardo da Vinci's mother nearly five centuries after the artist's death. Da Vinci's mother, Caterina di Meo Lippi, was an orphan living in a farmhouse with her grandmother on remote hills a mile from V

yesterday, 10:38 in Science &Technology

The jaw-dropping moment 'real life Iron Man' defies gravity in jet engine-powered flying suit

This is the jaw-dropping moment a 'real life Iron Man' defies gravity as he takes to the air in a jet-powered flight suit. British inventor Richard Browning, who works for Gravity Industries, was testing out his futuristic creation at a farm in Wiltshire

yesterday, 10:38 in Science &Technology

Cristiano Ronaldo blasts his critics after Real Madrid's title win: 'People talk about me as if I were a...

Cristiano Ronaldo has hit back at his critics after leading Real Madrid to their 33rd La Liga title on Sunday. The Portuguese forward opened the scoring in the second minute of Los Blancos' final day 2-0 victory over Malaga, sealing the club's place at t

yesterday, 10:23 in Sport

Manchester United defender Daley Blind insists they cannot underestimate his former team Ajax ahead of the...

Manchester United must not underestimate Ajax in the Europa League final on Wednesday according to Daley Blind. United finished sixth in the Premier League, 24 points behind champions Chelsea, while Ajax finished second in the Eredivisie, one point behin

yesterday, 10:23 in Sport

Daniel Sturridge insists he is happy at Liverpool... but admits his fate lies in the club's hands: 'My job...

Daniel Sturridge has insisted he is enjoying life at Liverpool but conceded his future at Anfield lies in the club's hands. The England international has endured another frustrating season for the Reds, blighted by lengthy bouts of injury and illness thr

yesterday, 10:11 in Sport

Guaranteed sun, mouthwatering food and incredible sights the whole family will love: Why your next holiday...

The Eastern Mediterranean really does have it all – all year round. With Manos holidays in Greece, Turkey and Cyprus you can experience natural wonders such as the 'Blue Caves' of Zakynthos, see monumental ancient ruins and eat taste-bud tickling locally

yesterday, 10:08 in Travel

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