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Tiger Woods suffers 'multiple leg injuries' in Los Angeles car crash (2021)


Golfer Tiger Woods has been injured in a car crash



Tiger Woods has been undergoing surgery after suffering "multiple leg injuries" in a car crash in Los Angeles.

The LA County Sheriff's Department said that it "responded to a single-vehicle rollover" accident in which the "vehicle sustained major damage".

Read more: Tiger Woods suffers 'multiple leg injuries' in Los Angeles car crash (2021)

UCL Preview (2021): Mourinho 'totally convinced' about Bale

Gareth Bale (left) has scored once and set up two goals in the past week



Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho says Gareth Bale does not need to convince him of anything as they prepare for their Europa League last 32 second leg with Wolfsberger.

Bale scored and assisted in the first leg, a 4-1 win, and then set up a goal in Sunday's 2-1 loss to West Ham.

Read more: UCL Preview (2021): Mourinho 'totally convinced' about Bale

UCL Preview (2021): Man City not 'motivated' by Lyon loss, says Gundogan

Manchester City have got past the last 16 of the Champions League in the past three seasons



Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan said last season's Champions League exit will not provide an extra source of motivation this year.

The Premier League leaders face Germany's Borussia Monchengladbach in the first leg of their last-16 tie in Budapest, Hungary, on Wednesday.

Read more: UCL Preview (2021): Man City not 'motivated' by Lyon loss, says Gundogan

UCL Preview (2021): Real boss Zidane will not risk players

Real Madrid are currently second in La Liga, three points behind Atletico Madrid



Zinedine Zidane says he is not willing to risk players when Real Madrid visit Atalanta in the Champions League last 16 amid a growing injury list.

Top-scorer Karim Benzema was one of nine Real players to miss Saturday's 1-0 win at Real Valladolid with injury and has not travelled to Italy.

Read more: UCL Preview (2021): Real boss Zidane will not risk players

Everton's Bramley-Moore Dock stadium given council approval (2021)



Everton could host games at Bramley-Moore Dock by 2024



Everton FC's plans for a new 52,000-seater stadium have been unanimously approved by city councillors.

The club said the Bramley-Moore Dock site will be a "world-class addition" to the city's waterfront and hopes to host games there in 2024.

Read more: Everton's Bramley-Moore Dock stadium given council approval (2021)


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