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Weekend Recap: Teen Sensation Shocks Premier League

In soccer, Manchester United's 19-year-old phenom Alejandro Garnacho sent fans across the world into a frenzy with one of the best goals of the year. In hockey, Edmonton's Connor McDavid served up four assists in a five-point performance against Chicago. And in the NBA, Damian Lillard and the Milwaukee Bucks overcame a 26-point deficit to shock his old team, Portland. Here’s what else you might've missed.

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    Ronaldo Replica

    Manchester United winger Alejandro Garnacho may have scored the best goal of the year

    Manchester United winger Alejandro Garnacho may have scored the best goal of the year

    Garnacho replicated Cristian Ronaldo's celebration to boot In the third minute of Manchester United's match against Everton, spectators at Goodison …

    Unstoppable Shiffrin

    Magnificent McDavid

    Fighting Irishwoman

    Taylor beats Cameron to become two-weight undisputed boxing champion

    Taylor beats Cameron to become two-weight undisputed boxing champion

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    Al Jazeera

    Ireland’s Katie Taylor added Britain’s Chantelle Cameron’s world super-lightweight titles to her lightweight belts six months after losing to her at the same venue. Katie Taylor has avenged her only professional loss by beating Chantelle Cameron in a majority decision to become a two-weight …

    Booker's Dream Shot

    Epic Rout

    Dame Time On Central Time

    No Shot Too Far

    Wire-to-Wire Win

    Coaching Milestone

    La Salle coach Fran Dunphy wins 600th career basketball game

    La Salle coach Fran Dunphy wins 600th career basketball game

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — La Salle coach Fran Dunphy won his 600th career game, hitting the milestone Sunday in the Explorers’ 81-62 win over Coppin State. The 75-year-old Dunphy is the 43rd NCAA Division I coach to win 600 games. Dunphy won 310 games as head coach at Penn from 1989-2006, and 270 at Temple …

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