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Francesco Totti mocks Ashley Cole in official Roma team photo
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Brede Hangeland applauds supporters following the final whistle
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Steven Gerrard smiles during the 2-2 draw with Manchester City
Liverpool captain mistake allowed Jovetic to score, but the Reds won their pre-season friendly on penalties
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Jack Laugher and Chris Mears on their way to gold in the three-metres springboard yesterday
Laugher and Mears are in perfect harmony for gold
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Eilidh Child embarks on a lap of honour after coming second in the 400m hurdles
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Alex Dowsett of England goes past the Tolbooth in Glasgow on his way to victory in the men’s individual time trial yesterday
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England bowler James Anderson
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England’s Moeen Ali wears wristbands supporting Gaza and Palestine on Tuesday
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NFL team the Washington Redskins are facing having to change their name
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