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WATFORD, England - Arsenal benefited from a bizarre goal from a goalkeeping error and Watford striker Troy Deeney's red card to claim a 1-0 win that lifted the team back into the Premier League's top four on Monday. SENT: 561 words, photos.
BARCELONA, Spain - Real Madrid needed Karim Benzema to salvage a 1-1 draw at Spanish league minnow Leganes on Monday. By Joseph Wilson. SENT: 457 words, photos.
GLF--ON GOLF-TIGER’S NEXT STEP
AUGUSTA, Ga. - No comeback by Tiger Woods was ever going to be complete without a major. Now the question becomes how many more he can win. By Doug Ferguson. SENT: 985 words, photos.
TURIN, Italy - Italian police stopped 54 weapon-carrying Ajax supporters on the eve of Tuesday's Champions League match against Juventus and will escort them out of the country. SENT: 237 words, photos.
SOC--MONTE CARLO MASTERS-NADAL’S RETURN
MONACO - Rafael Nadal is unsure how his latest injury return will go this week, even though it will be on the clay-court king's favorite surface. By Jerome Pugmire. SENT: 698 words, photos.
LONDON - England No. 8 Billy Vunipola was formally warned about his future conduct by his club side Saracens on Monday after defending an anti-gay post published on Instagram by Australia rugby star Israel Folau. SENT: 274 words, photos.
BUDAPEST, Hungary - The Giro d'Italia will start in Hungary next year. The prelude stage will take place in Budapest, followed by two further stages on Hungarian soil. SENT: 100 words.
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