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Germany 1-0 England - FIVE THINGS WE LEARNED: Gareth Southgate's men must produce under pressure, Chelsea...

England were beaten by a Lukas Podolski thunderbolt as they went down 1-0 to Germany in Dortmund.  The Germany striker, who was playing his final game for his country and gave an emotional speech pre-match, struck an unstoppable shot from range midway th

yesterday, 21:58 in Sport

Ireland 2023 would be a World Cup 'like no other', claims Irish rugby chief 

Ireland is in a unique position to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup, according to Irish Rugby Football Union's chief executive Philip Browne. Browne was speaking at the end of an intensive two-day visit by the World Rugby Technical Review Group designed to

yesterday, 21:58 in Sport

Germany 1-0 England: Lukas Podolski thunderbolt in farewell international game consigns Gareth Southgate's...

Joe Hart tried his best but the ball was already in the net. He was battling, not just one of Germany’s goalscorers, but fate and fortune. This was Lukas Podolski’s farewell to international football and he wanted out with a bang. He got it, and so did E

yesterday, 21:50 in Sport

Scotland 1-1 Canada: Steven Naismith rescues point in front of sparse crowd at Easter Road

Scotland were held to a draw by the world's 117th best team Canada in front of a sparse crowd at Easter Road on Wednesday evening. Fraser Aird gave the North American nation the lead with a fine striker after both Lee Wallace and Charlie Mulgrew scuffed

yesterday, 21:50 in Sport

Has the mystery of the alien spots of Ceres been solved? NASA says they could be formed by shadowy 'cold...

Influenced by the pull of Jupiter and Saturn, the dwarf planet Ceres is known to experience dramatic changes in its axial tilt. Now, scientists have found that these changes may be related to the mysterious bright spots discovered in some of the planet’s

yesterday, 21:44 in Science &Technology

Tractor hackers! Farmers turn to black market for illicit John Deere software needed to repair their...

Farmers in the American heartland are increasingly turning to illicit foreign black markets for the illegal software needed to make home repairs to their field equipment. Online black markets for cracked John Deere firmware have sprung up in Eastern Euro

yesterday, 21:44 in Science &Technology

Is your cat getting high? Researchers reveal the THREE other plants that have the same effect on felines as...

Three plants other that catnip have been found to induce a similar state of bliss in cats, researchers have found. Catnip triggers a neurological response, similar to how cats react to sexual pheromones - but some cats don't react to it.  But now new res

yesterday, 21:44 in Science &Technology

Brain scans of people watching movie trailers can predict if it'll be a hit

Researcher have discovered a new method for determining if a movie will be a blockbuster hit or flop when it hits theaters. By scanning the brain waves of people watching movie trailers, the team was able to determine what type of content is most engagin

yesterday, 21:44 in Science &Technology

Germany pay tribute to Lukas Podolski as veteran forward makes 130th and final international appearance in...

You could be forgiven for thinking England's friendly with Germany on Wednesday night was a testimonial for Lukas Podolski. The former Arsenal man, receiving his 130th cap, will call time on his storied international career at the conclusion of the clash

yesterday, 20:41 in Sport

Conor McGregor's penalty reduced for bottle-throwing incident with Nate Diaz at UFC 202 press conference 

Conor McGregor's dispute with the Nevada Athletic Commission looks to have finally come to an end.   The UFC star finally received his re-hearing with the Las Vegas combat sports regulator over his infamous bottle-throwing skirmish with Nate Diaz at the

yesterday, 20:21 in Sport

The brain of a blind person ‘rewires’ itself to give them a heightened sense of hearing, smell, touch AND...

The brain of a blind person ‘rewires’ itself to enhance their other senses - just like the Hollywood film Scent of a Woman, according to new research. Those born blind also make new connections in the absence of visual information, resulting in enhanced

yesterday, 20:12 in Health

The daddy of fertility tests: Smartphone device can screen your semen in just FIVE seconds with 98% accuracy

Men trying for a baby with their partners will soon be able to check whether they are fertile with a smartphone app. Instead of the 'stress and embarrassment' of attending a clinic, a would-be father can test his fertility in his own home. The 'analyser'

yesterday, 20:12 in Health

Lindsey Vonn focusing on being fit and healthy for 2018 Winter Olympics as ski star works hard on bike

Lindsey Vonn has been working hard to be ready for next year's Winter Olympics in South Korea. The ski star posted several images of herself during testing on Tuesday as she prepares for the 2018 event. Vonn was pictured riding an indoor bike while weari

yesterday, 19:49 in Sport

Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth face uphill battle to win WGC Match Play title after losing opening group games

Rory McIlroy and Jordan Speith both face an uphill battle to regain the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play title after losing to Soren Kjeldsen and Hideto Tanihara in their opening group matches in Austin. The world No 2 looked to be on course for victory

yesterday, 19:44 in Sport

Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez all smiles as he strips down to his shorts in Chile training after overcoming...

Alexis Sanchez took full part in Chile training again on Wednesday, stripping down to just his shorts as he continues to overcome a 'terrible' ankle injury.  The unsettled Arsenal forward suffered the injury during the first half of Saturday's 3-1 Premie

yesterday, 19:44 in Sport

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