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Spain scored an injury time equaliser against Sweden last night, to book their place at Euro 2020.
But first choice goalkeeper David De Gea could now face a spell on the sidelines.
The Manchester United man went down injured on 60 minutes and had to be substituted, making him a doubt for United’s clash with Liverpool on Sunday.
Andy Murray has won his first ATP Tour match for 16 months after victory in the first round of the European Open.
The Scot beat Kimmer Coppejans in straight sets, 6-4 7-6 as he continues his comeback from a hip injury.
Next up for the 23-year old is Pablo Cuevas or Hugo Dellien in the last 16 of the competition.
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Lazio will have their stadium partly closed for their next Europa League fixture after Uefa found their fans guilty of racist behaviour in their recent match with Rennes.
Lazio have been handed a fine of €20,000 and will have their stadium fully closed if they reoffend within a year.
The punishment comes just a day after Uefa said the ‘football family should wage war on racists.’
The Washington Nationals have reached their first ever Baseball World Series after beating the St Louis Cardinals 7-4.
Nationals will either play the Houston Astros or the New York Yankees in the World Series, which starts on the 22nd October.
And finally, it has long been debated which Premier League teams are the dirtiest.
But a new study has revealed that crown belongs to Chelsea and Derby.
Chelsea are the team with the most cards picked up in the top flight and Derby topped the table for the largest number of bookings and sendings off per game.
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