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from long-range ef­fort — at bot­tom club Pader­born. Neuer could do lit­tle about the first goal, but was at fault when Pader­born de­fender Jamilu Collins scored from 30 me­tres out to make it 3-2 and give Bay­ern a nervy fi­nal 10 min­utes be­fore they even­tu­ally won.

The cap­tain in­sisted the re­sult and his per­for­mance has “lit­tle bear­ing” on the Spurs game, but the shaky man­ner of the win de­tracted from the Bavar­i­ans tak­ing Group A: Real Madrid vs Club Brugge*,

Galatasara­y vs PSG; Tot­ten­ham

Hot­spur vs Bay­ern Mu­nich, Red Star

Bel­grade vs Olympiakos; Group C: Ata­lanta vs Shakhtar Donetsk*; Manch­ester City vs Di­namo Za­greb; Group D: Ju­ven­tus vs Bayer Lev­erkusen, Loko­mo­tiv Moscow vs Atletico Madrid. (*10.25pm, all other matches 12.30am)

ca­reer Champ said sink­ing the four-foot birdie that him one-stroke tri­umph. Champ be­gan fi­nal with

three-stroke lead, saw it erased when Canada’s Adam Had­win birdied the last three holes to him on 16-un­der, then with two strong shots chip to four feet the

18th be­fore his win­ning

Aditi fin­ishes 8th in Spain McIl­roy crit­i­cises Tour for easy course set-ups

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Barcelona: In­dia’s Aditi Ashok fin­ished in the Top-10 for the sec­ond straight the Estrella Damm Mediter­ranean Open tourna

here. The 21- old from Bengaluru shot fi­nal

of 72 to­taled even 284 to fin­ish Tied-eighth late on Aditi’s unds were 74- 71-72. St An­drews: Rory McIl­roy slammed the Euro­pean Tour the fi­nal the AlDun­hill Links Cham

An­drews on say­ing cour­ses were of­ten too easy to test the world’s best

McIl­roy’s frus­tra­tion boiled over he shot 15 un­der in the tourna

on three links, the AnOld Course, CarnousKin­gs­barns.

tie Panchkula: Ta­ble

Da­bang Delhi hold on to the No. 1 de­spite down 42 to sec­ond- Ben­gal

in Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) con­test, where the top

from ei­ther side — NaKu­mar Manin­der – were up each other here on Mon­day.

Fresh from the ex­ploits of home side Haryana

the Gu­jarat For­tune­giants on the jam

Tau Devi Lal wit­nessed high-oc­tane en­counter with both Delhi

Ben­gal top­pers

to in the open­ing

Ben­gal skip­per Manin­der starred for his side with stun­ning 13 he fa

tough chal­lenge from Delhi’s sen­sa­tion Na

who de­liv­ered his best with 15

Manin­der en­joyed equal sup­port from kesh Hedge (7

Ira­nian Mo­ham­mad Nabibakhsh (5 Naveen lacked that from his team

even though ChandRan­jit Anil Ku­mar chipped in with six three

The Ben­gal skip­per opened his team’s with

suc­cess­ful in the open­ing be­fore Ran­jit tore­sponded for Delhi to level the score-line.

Mumba close in on play­offs: Lag­gards U Mumba kept them­selves in the hunt for berth gis­ter­ing over Tamil Tha­laivas in the sec­ond of the evening. U Mum­bai, who went inthe cou­ple of wins to con­firm their

berth, to slen­der 15-11 lead by half time. Com­ing back, Fazel Atra­boys kept the

Ran side the tie tum tom- to

botwent on

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