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NBA: Milwaukee Bucks 94-100 Toronto Raptors (Game 6, Eastern Conference Finals - Raptors win series 4-2)
Copa del Rey final: Barcelona 1-2 Valencia
DFB Pokal final: RB Leipzig 0-3 Bayern Munich
Jimmy Neesham also played a crucial hand on a lively pitch, helping dismiss India for 179. Later, Virat Kohli termed India's lower-order fightback as the "biggest positive" from the loss.
Whirlwind knocks from Buttler, Woakes kept England alive till the end before they fell short. Later, Steve Smith dismissed his booing by the Hampshire crowd as "water off a duck's back."
Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu says Ernesto Valverde should not carry the blame for the surprise Copa del Rey final defeat to Valencia, while the coach insists he feels "fine" despite his side's disastrous end to the season.
Bayern Munich secured a domestic double after beating RB Leipzig 3-0 in the DFB Pokal final at the Olympiastadion in Berlin on Saturday.
After delivering one of his trademark laps for pole position for this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix, Hamilton spoke for the first time since the passing of the three-time world champion, a friend and mentor to him.
Chelsea are braced for Real Madrid to step up their pursuit of Eden Hazard after the Europa League final, with the player still hopeful of a swift resolution, sources have told ESPN FC.
Ferrari team principal, Mattia Binotto, has admitted that Charles Leclerc's failure to make it out of the first session of qualifying at the Monaco Grand Prix was down to a misjudgement on the pit wall.
Manchester City are set for talks with Leroy Sane in the coming days over a contract extension amid interest from Bayern Munich, sources have told ESPN FC.
French veteran Benoit Paire denied Canadian teenager Felix Auger-Aliassime his first ATP title with a 6-4, 6-3 victory in the Lyon Open final on Saturday. Meanwhile, Ukrainian teenager Dayana Yastremska beat Caroline Garcia 6-4, 5-7, 7-6 (3) to win the Internationaux de Strasbourg Saturday in the longest final of the WTA season.
In a move that could disrupt some types of betting on the Finals, the NBA plans to cut off unauthorized sportsbooks from accessing the league's official data feed starting next week.