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LAGOS, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA) – Midfielder, Manchester City, Phil Foden said “we’ve put ourselves in the history books” after Man City won a record fourth successive Premier League title. Foden scored twice as Pep Guardiola’s side beat West Ham 3-1 on the final day to extend their unbeaten home run to 44 games in all competitions. It means they end the campaign two points above Arsenal, with the Gunners beating Everton 2-1 on the final day. READ ALSO: BREAKING: Manchester City Makes History With Four Consecutive Premier League Titles City’s latest triumph is another one for the history books as they become the…

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LAGOS, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA) – Tyson Fury suffered a split-decision points defeat on a dramatic night in Saudi Arabia as Oleksandr Usyk became boxing’s first four-belt undisputed heavyweight champion. On a grand stage and on a legacy-defining night, Briton Fury began well but was given a standing 10 count and saved by the bell after an Usyk onslaught in the ninth round. In a tense wait for the scorecards to be read out, Fury appeared convinced of victory before a stony-faced Usyk broke down in tears when he was confirmed as the winner. READ ALSO: Joshua Backs Uysk To…

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LAGOS, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA) – Arsenal returned to the top of the Premier League and ensured the title race will go to the final day with victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford. The Gunners delivered an unconvincing display against a severely depleted United side but did enough to secure the win that puts them one point ahead of Manchester City having played a game more. Leandro Trossard struck after 20 minutes when lazy defending from struggling veteran Casemiro played Kai Havertz onside and his cross was turned in by the Belgian at the near post. READ ALSO: Arsenal…

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By Ogunlade Olamide Plastic waste pollution is a growing environmental menace that is affecting lives and livelihoods across the world. But the latest efforts to combat this problem through a global plastics treaty have exposed a worrying trend: the plastic industry’s growing negative influence on and its shunning of established science. The fossil fuel and chemical industries – source of the plastic industry – showed their intent between April 23 and 29 at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa, Canada, during the fourth session of the Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee (INC-4) to develop an international legally binding instrument on plastic pollution, including…

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LAGOS, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA) – Tottenham’s dramatic decline continued as their hopes of reaching the Premier League’s top four faded even further after they were well beaten by Liverpool at Anfield. Aston Villa’s defeat at Brighton left the door open for Spurs to make a late push for next season’s Champions League but even a late comeback could not prevent a fourth successive defeat as Liverpool found form once more after their own recent slump. Mohamed Salah put his touchline bust-up with manager Jurgen Klopp at West Ham behind him to open the scoring with a far-post header from Cody…

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Joao Pedro struck a late winner as Brighton put a dent in Aston Villa’s Champions League hopes at the Amex Stadium. The Brazilian headed home a rebound in the 87th minute after his penalty was saved by Robin Olsen. Pascal Gross had an earlier effort for the hosts ruled out for offside by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR), while Villa captain John McGinn was also judged to be inches ahead of the Brighton defence before scoring at the other end. READ ALSO: Chelsea Thrash West Ham To Boost Europa League Confidence Unai Emery’s fourth-placed side remain seven points clear of Tottenham,…

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LAGOS, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA) – Chelsea strengthened their chances of securing European football next season, cruising to victory against West Ham at Stamford Bridge. It took just 15 minutes for Chelsea to get their noses in front with Cole Palmer reacting quickest to meet a loose ball in the West Ham box. West Ham almost hit back immediately when Jarrod Bowen’s header crashed back off the crossbar, but it was one-way traffic from then on. Chelsea doubled their lead on the half-hour mark through Conor Gallagher before Noni Madueke headed in the third six minutes later. READ ALSO: Free-scoring…

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LAGOS, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA) – Real Madrid were crowned champions of La Liga for the 36th time after Barcelona suffered a 4-2 defeat by Girona. Carlo Ancelotti’s side eased to a 3-0 win over Cadiz earlier on Saturday, which meant the Catalan club had to win at the Estadi Montilivi. Barcelona led 2-1 at half-time, but three second-half goals from Girona left Real with an unassailable lead at the summit with four matches of the season remaining. READ ALSO: UCL: Real Madrid Hold Bayern Munich To Draw In First Leg England midfielder Jude Bellingham has been a key figure in Real’s success,…

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LAGOS, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA) – Erling Haaland’s first four-goal haul in the Premier League left Manchester City three wins away from a historic fourth successive English league title. With no margin for error following Arsenal’s earlier victory over Bournemouth, City delivered the perfect response. City were given a helping hand they did not need thanks to a favourable 12th-minute penalty decision from referee Craig Pawson. READ ALSO: Man City Clinches FA Cup Final Spot Haaland sent Wolves keeper Jose Sa the wrong way, then beat the Portuguese from the spot again just before the break after he had been brought down…

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