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The Sports Matrix: Tuesday 11 December 2012
Rodallega heads Fulham to victory against Newcastle
Hugo Rodallega's header helped Fulham to a first victory in eight matches as they beat Newcastle 2-1 at Craven Cottage last night. The Colombian guided home Damien Duff's cross just after the hour mark to register his second goal of the season.
Newcastle, who hit the woodwork through Fabricio Coloccini, had earlier equalised thanks to Hatem Ben Arfa, the winger's shot from the right clipping John Arne Riise before looping over Mark Schwarzer. Steve Sidwell's opener for Fulham was also deflected, off Mike Williamson, after 19 minutes. MORE
Gooch: Cook has perfect ingredients
Graham Gooch has tipped Alastair Cook to break his record of Test runs for England. "He's got his best years in front of him," the England batting coach said. "He's not the most eye-catching player, but gets the job done. You know the old saying? It's not how, it's how many." MORE
Bantams confident of Arsenal upset
The Bradford manager, Phil Parkinson, says his players are confident of upsetting Arsenal in tonight's Capital One Cup quarter-final meeting. "I couldn't get the players off the training ground this morning," he said. "There's a good feel about the place." MORE
Jagielka: Toffees' sweet spot in sight
Everton defender Phil Jagielka believes Sunday's last-gasp victory over Tottenham Hotspur can help the club improve in the second half of the season. "We have given ourselves a great platform now," he said. "We have to perform well for the rest of season." MORE
Hart takes on Manicini after loss
Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart exchanged angry words with manager Roberto Mancini in the aftermath of Sunday's defeat against United. The Italian blamed Hart for the perceived mis-positioning of City's defensive wall for Robin van Persie's late free-kick winner. MORE
Hartley cited for striking Best
The Northampton forward Dylan Hartley was last night cited for alleged foul play during last week's Heineken Cup defeat against Ulster. The England hooker was reported for striking Ulster's Rory Best with his arm last Friday.
English sides face uphill struggle
Premiership clubs continued their poor record in the Heineken Cup last week, with only Harlequins confident of making the knockouts. Halfway through this season's group stage, half the English challenge has been all but quelled. MORE
Rees to depart Integrity post
Former Metropolitan Police detective Jeff Rees is to retire as head of the Tennis Integrity Unit at the end of the month. He will be replaced by another former officer, Nigel Willerton, who has worked as an investigator with the unit. MORE
Khan reaches career crossroads
Amir Khan faces unbeaten Carlos Molina this weekend in his first fight under new trainer Virgil Hunter. The 26-year-old Briton has lost his last two fights and a third consecutive defeat would send his career into a tailspin. MORE
Long Run poised to take limelight
Free of Kauto Star's shadow, Long Run is the favourite for the King George VI Chase, although the jury remains out. "The Gold Cup he won might have taken a lot out of him," owner Robert Waley-Cohen said. MORE
No one is saying Sir Alex Ferguson cannot be out-thought. Only that second-guessing appears to be an entirely different matter. The latest facts suggest it might be entirely out of the question. MORE
- 1 Crystal meth addict 'gouged out his eyes and ate them' while high on drug, Australian MP claims
- 2 Saudi Arabia 'seeking to head United Nations Human Rights Council'
- 3 Irish people are travelling home from all over the world so they can vote to legalise gay marriage
- 4 Witch doctor arrested after forcing newborn baby to walk in Indian village
- 5 Arsenal fan asks the Queen for tickets to the FA Cup final - gets a reply from Buckingham Palace