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Here are the big stories of the past 24 hours:
The key results of the day -
EPL: Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Brighton & Hove Albion
La Liga: Alaves 0-2 Barcelona
IPL: Chennai Super Kings (176/4) beat Sunrisers Hyderabad (175/3) by four wickets
The Headlines -
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has warned Manchester United fans they may have to wait at least a year for another title challenge because of doubts over whether the team can show enough consistency.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Pep Guardiola were at the centre of a disagreement over tactical fouls on the eve of Wednesday's crucial Manchester derby.
Barcelona have one hand firmly on the La Liga title after winning 2-0 at Alaves on Tuesday, leaving them 12 points clear at the top of the table with four games to play.
Christian Eriksen's 88th minute goal finally broke Brighton and Hove Albion's brave resistance to give Tottenham a precious 1-0 victory in their quest for a top-four finish in the Premier League on Tuesday.
Asian Games gold medallist and defending champion Swapna Barman won silver in women's heptathlon while top medal contender Jinson Johnson pulled out of the men's 1500m race on the third and penultimate day of the Asian Athletics Championships in Doha on Tuesday.
Alexander Zverev bowed out of the Barcelona Open in the second round Tuesday, continuing his troubled start to 2019.
Shane Watson didn't quite get three figures this time, falling just four short, but 96 off 53 balls was enough to ensure Super Kings recovered from a slow start - they only got off the mark off the 11th ball of the innings - to chase down Sunrisers' 175 with six wickets and one ball to spare.
Indian boxing had one of its most successful days of recent years on Monday at the Asian Championships in Bangkok. It wasn't just that boxers Amit Panghal and Kavinder Bisht advanced to the medal rounds but that they did so by beating Olympic champion Hassanboy Dusmatov and reigning World Champion Kairat Yeraliev in the quarterfinals.
The Golden State Warriors understand that they have to win one more game over the LA Clippers to advance to the Western Conference semifinals, but the group also knows that a showdown with the Houston Rockets awaits if and when they do.
Southampton forward Shane Long broke a Premier League record for the quickest-ever goal when he scored on 7.69 seconds against Watford on Wednesday as the hosts struck late to earn a 1-1 draw.