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Tuesday Kickoff: Juventus, Vardy, Ronaldo and more


While one Monday match decided a top European league’s title, another game seemingly handed the English Premier League crown to Leicester City.

Following AS Roma’s 1-0 defeat of second-place Napoli on Monday, Juventus officially clinched its fifth consecutive Italian Serie A title. (REPORT)

West Bromwich Albion held EPL title-contender Tottenham to a 1-1 tie on Monday, giving Leicester the chance to win the EPL title against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday. (REPORT)

Leicester will have to play against Man United without its star forward, as the English Football Association revealed a one-game suspension and fine for Jamie Vardy. (REPORT)

Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema are 100 percent fit, according to Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane, and are expected to start against Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League semifinal first leg on Tuesday. (REPORT)

Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny wants to stay with Roma after spending the year on loan with the Italian club. (REPORT)

Hellas Verona defeated AC Milan, 2-1, on Monday, but it was officially relegated to Serie B due to Carpi beating Empoli. (REPORT)


Emmanuel Boateng was named SBI MLS Player of the Week after scoring once and assisting twice in the LA Galaxy’s 5-2 win over Real Salt Lake. (REPORT)

Boateng’s short but unique journey to the Galaxy saw him go from Accra to Santa Barbara to Sweden to Los Angeles. (REPORT)

Scoring three goals en route to defeating Orlando City SC, the New York Red Bulls have seemingly regained their scoring confidence. (REPORT)

Jordan Morris earned SBI MLS Rookie of the Week honors after scoring for a second consecutive week. (REPORT)

Giovani dos Santos scored a sensational chip over Real Salt Lake goalkeeper Nick Rimando to earn SBI MLS Goal of the Week honors. (REPORT)

U.S. Women’s National Team star Carli Lloyd will only miss three-to-six weeks of action after suffering a non-contact injury for the Houston Dash over the weekend. (REPORT)


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