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Newcastle stun Norwich with late comeback

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Newcastle United fought back from 3-1 down to win a seven-goal thriller with two goals in stoppage time at home to Norwich City in the Championship.

Dwight Gayle scored a hat-trick for the hosts, his third coming dramatically in the sixth minute of added time to send Newcastle up to third in the table.

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Virgil van Dijk consoles emotional Hategan after Germany draw

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The Liverpool star who scored the late equalizer goal for his country side against Germany has explain why he embrace the referee after the match that see them earn a place in the UEFA Nations league finials.


The match was played at the Veltins Arena on Monday, the Netherlands defender was captured sympathizing the Romanian referee Ovido Hategan.

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Speaking to a source after the match FT, l saw him crying after he discovered that his mother had died, he embrace the unhappy referee adding that he hopes he will be strong.

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Van dijk have shown a remarkable form since appointed as the Netherlands captain, he loud the manager  Ronald Koeman for his tactical change that help them cancel out goals from Timo Werner and manchester city forward Leroy Sane.

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Alexander Zverev World number one to win ATP Finals in London

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Alexander Zverev stunned world number one Novak Djokovic in straight sets to win the season-ending ATP Finals and earn the biggest victory of his career.




Djokovic, 31, was the heavy favourite to win a sixth finals title but was outclassed 6-4 6-3 by the German.

Third seed Zverev broke Djokovic for a 5-4 lead in the first set and then served three big aces to take the set.

Zverev, 21, continued to dominate in the second set and sealed a memorable victory as Djokovic faltered.

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“I’m unbelievable happy, obviously it is the biggest title I have ever won,” said Zverev, who also took home around £2m in prize money.

Zverev lost to the Serb in straight sets in the round-robin stage but, after beating Roger Federer in Saturday’s semi-finals, produced a more confident performance to stop Djokovic equalling Federer’s haul of end-of-season titles.

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Zverev missed his first championship point before hitting a sensational backhand down the line for victory, falling to the court in a mixture of disbelief and celebration as Djokovic jumped over the net to congratulate him.

“You definitely played much better than you did the group stage,” Djokovic told Zverev with a laugh. “You deserved to win.”

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