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Tottenham: Arsenal 'don't have much to celebrate' - Mourinho

Tottenham have won one of their three games since the Premier League resumed in June



Jose Mourinho says Arsenal have little "to celebrate" after they appeared to mock Tottenham's Premier League defeat at Sheffield United on social media.

Highlights of Arsenal's FA Cup win at the Blades on Facebook were captioned: "It's not easy beating Sheffield United at Bramall Lane."

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Red Bull's protest against Mercedes steering system is rejected

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner (left) and Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff (right)

 

Formula 1 officials have rejected a protest by Red Bull against a controversial steering system on Mercedes' 2020 car.

Red Bull alleged that the so-called dual-axis steering system (DAS) broke the rules on two counts.

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Frank Lampard: Chelsea boss wants 'big reflection' on VAR

Tottenham had a Harry Kane goal disallowed by VAR after the ball was adjudged to have brushed Lucas Moura's (in blue) arm as he fell in the build-up



Chelsea boss Frank Lampard says there needs to be a "big reflection" at the end of the season on how to improve the video assistant referee system.

Lampard was speaking after Tottenham had an equaliser ruled out against Sheffield United on Thursday because of a Lucas Moura handball in the build-up.

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Manchester City 4-0 Liverpool: New champions thrashed by rampant hosts


Kevin De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling and Phil Foden were on target as Manchester City ran riot against an uncharacteristically poor Liverpool



Liverpool's first game since being confirmed as Premier League champions did not go to plan as deposed title-holders Manchester City romped to a 4-0 win at the Etihad Stadium on Thursday.

The Reds' first top-flight title in 30 years was confirmed when City lost to Chelsea last week and the celebrations of their long-awaited success perhaps caught up with Jurgen Klopp's side, who were ruthlessly dismantled by the rampant hosts.

Read more: Manchester City 4-0 Liverpool: New champions thrashed by rampant hosts


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