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PREMIER LEAGUE

Charlton Athletic 3 (Kevin Lisbie 31, 42, 83) Liverpool 2 (Vladimir Smicer 15, Michael Owen 52pen) l Blackburn Rovers 0 Fulham 1(Luis Boa Morte 5, Louis Saha 56) l Everton 4 (Steve Watson 27, 37, 52, Duncan Ferguson 39) Leeds United 0 l Manchester City 0 Tottenham Hotspur 0.

SERIE A

Chievo Verona 4 (Andrea Zanchetta 40, 52pen, Franco Semioli 66, Mario Santana 82) Perugia 1(Marco Di Loreto 50) l AC Milan 3 (Andriy Shevchenko 21, 69, Jon Dahl Tomasson 89) Lecce 0 l Modena 2 (Nicola Amoruso 17, Diomansy Kamara 40) Bologna 0 l Parma 1 (Adriano 79) Siena 1 (Nikola Lazetic 41) l AS Roma 3 (Vincenzo Montella 48, Francesco Totti 78, Marco Delvecchio 86) Ancona 0 l Sampdoria 2 (Fabio Bazzani 88, Francesco Flachi 90+1pen) Brescia 1 (Stefano Mauri 69).

BUNDESLIGA

Hertha Berlin 1 (Arne Friedrich 32) Hamburg SV 1 (Bjoern Schlicke 90+1) l Schalke 04 1 (Dario Rodriguez 33) Eintracht Frankfurt 1 (Chris 37).

FRENCH LIGUE

Girondins Bordeaux 1 (Jean-Claude Darcheville 78) AC Ajaccio 0 l Racing Strasbourg 1 (David Kobylik 90+2) Nantes 0.

PRIMERA LIGA

Albacete 2 (Libero Parri 17, Mikel 80) Real Mallorca 0 l Atletico Madrid 0 Barcelona 0 l Espanyol 1 (Raul Tamudo 57) Malaga 2 (Marcelo Romero 36, Salva Ballesta 84) l Racing Santander 0 Villarreal 2 (Sonny Anderson 68, Juan Roman Riquelme 88) l Real Zaragoza 0 Real Betis 1 (Marcos Assuncao 82) l Sevilla 1(Antonito 90+4) Murcia 0.

WOMENíS WORLD CUP

COLUMBUS: United States 3 North Korea 0 l Sweden 3 Nigeria 0 l PORTLAND: China 1 Russia 0 l Ghana 2 Australia 1.

TENNIS

JAPAN OPEN

Men: Alex Bogomolov (US) bt Ivo Heuberger (Swi) 6-2, 7-6 (7-2) l Dennis van Scheppingen (Ned) bt Andreas Vinciguerra (Swe) 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 l Bohdan Ulihrach (Cze) bt Ivan Miranda (Per) 2-6, 6-4, 6-4 l Dick Norman (Bel) bt George Bastl (Swi) 7-5, 6-4 l Scott Draper (Aus) bt Jan Vacek (Cze) 6-3, 7-6 (7-4) l Tasuku Iwami (Jpn) bt Werner Eschauer (Aut) 6-0, 6-4 l Bjorn Phau (Ger) bt Jeff Salzenstein (US) 6-7 (1-7), 7-6 (7-4), 7-6 (7-3) l Fernando Verdasco (Spa) bt Glenn Weiner (US) 6-4, 6-2 l Michel Kratochvil (Swi) bt Tomas Berdych (Cze) 7-6 (7-2), 4-6, 6-3 l Women: Rika Fujiwara (Jpn) bt Ansley Cargill (US) 6-3, 6-2 l Arantxa Parra (Spa) bt Antonella Serra-Zanetti (Ita) 6-1, 6-2 l Claudine Schaul (Lux) bt Martina Sucha (Svk) 6-1, 7-5.

WTA LEIPZIG OPEN

Singles: Anastasia Myskina (3, Rus) bt Justine Henin-Hardenne (2, Bel) 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 l Doubles: Martina Navratilova (1, US)/Svetlana Kuznetsova (Rus) bt Elena Likhovtseva (2, Rus)/Nadia Petrova (Rus) 3-6, 6-1, 6-3.

GOLF

SCOTTISH OPEN

Final round leaders: 267 Lee Westwood (GBR) l 268 Ernie Els (RSA) l 270 Raphael Jacquelin (Fra) l 271 Maarten Lafeber (Ned), Darren Clarke (GBR) l 272 Nick OíHern (Aus), Brian Davis (GBR), David Howell (GBR), Henrik Stenson (Swe), Richard Sterne (RSA) l 273 Michael Campbell (NZ) l 274 Peter Lawrie (Irl), Mark McNulty (Zim), Phillip Price (GBR), Simon Yates (GBR) l 275 Charlie Wi (Kor), Vijai Singh (Fij), Ian Poulter (GBR) l 276 Stephen Scahill (NZ), Mark James (GBR), Julien Clement (Swi), Paul Lawrie (GBR), Fredrik Jacobson (Swe) l 277 John Bickerton (GBR), Trevor Immelman (RSA), Joakim Haeggman (Swe), David Park (GBR), Kennith Ferrie (GBR)

TEXAS OPEN

Final round leaders: 254 Tommy Armour III (US) l 261 Loren Roberts (GBR), Bob Tway (GBR) l 262 Duffy Waldorf (US) l 263 Aaron Baddeley (Aus) l 264 Dan Forsman (US) l 265 Frank Lickliter II (US), Steve Flesch (US), KJ Choi (Kor), Richard Johnson (Swe), Paul Goydos (US), Glen Hnatiuk (Can) l 266 Kent Jones (US), Arron Oberholser (US), Stewart Cink (US) l 267 Tom Lehman (US) l 268 Ben Crane (US), Carl Paulson (US), Chad Campbell (US), Hunter Mahan (US), Mike Heinen (US), Garrett Willis (US), Neal Lancaster (US) l 269 Tim Clark (RSA) l 270 Scott Laycock (Aus), Rod Pampling (Aus) l 271 John Senden (Aus), Luke Donald (GBR), Shigeki Maruyama (Jpn), Paul Gow (Aus) l 273 Rory Sabbatini (RSA), Akio Sadakata (Jpn) l 274 Craig Perks (NZ) l 276 David Frost (RSA).

For the book

Nigeria said on Monday it had withdrawn its bid to host the 2010 World Cup and would back South Africa's campaign instead. Sports minister Musa Mohammed said in Lagos that the decision was "in the spirit of African brotherhood".


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