Ronaldo nets twice in Real rout

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'Suarez is not fat'

Barca coach defends star

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Tampines beat Balestier to stay in title race

JUBILATION: Tampines Rovers (above) celebrate Shahdan Sulaiman's (centre) goal against Balestier Khalsa.

The last time Tampines Rovers and Balestier Khalsa met last month, Tampines were frustrated for long spells of the game before Balestier emerged victorious in a penalty shootout.

That was the Singapore Cup semi-final.

The Tigers might have defended admirably then, but last night, it was a different story.

At the Clementi Stadium, Balestier’s rearguard gave way to concerted pressure from the Stags, who won 3-1.

The  victory has given them a glimmer of hope in the title race. They are now one point behind leaders Warriors FC, and level on points with Brunei DPMM although they have played a game more than the Bruneian club.

Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 19.

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Make it your Lucky Day in Race 4

"Lucky Day showed his true colours after breaking cleanly from a wide alley in a recent second behind How Speedy." - Phillip Woo on Lucky Day, who will be ridden by Joao Moreira (above)
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Red Dawn hard to run down in Race 4

Red Dawn (in red).
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Fiscal Wings gives Amin his first win

FINALLY: Apprentice Amin Hassan scoring his first career win aboard Fiscal Wings - his 40th ride - in Race 8 on Friday night.
FINALLY: Apprentice Amin Hassan scoring his first career win aboard Fiscal Wings - his 40th ride - in Race 8 on Friday night.
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Hughes warns Man Utd off Shawcross

TRANSFER TARGET: Stoke defender Ryan Shawcross (in stripes) has been the subject of interest the past week, as rumours have it that former club Man United are interested in signing him.
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Time's ticking, Harry

Pressure is mounting on Redknapp as his QPR side continue their abysmal form

POOR RUN: Bobby Zamora's (in stripes) QPR have won only one in seven EPL games this season.
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Mourinho: I would have been banned

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Fabregas to the fore

ON TARGET: Strikes from Cesc Fabregas (right) and Oscar see off Palace to keep the Blues five points clear of Man City.
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