Week of Sport 11 December

December 11, 2017

In this week of sport we've rounded up the highlights from the past seven days, recapping action from the The Ashes, Premier League football and the Champions League

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The Ashes Second Test Match

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Australia beat England by 120 runs to take 2-0 lead in series. Beginning the final day on 176-4 in pursuit of 354, the tourists lost night watchman Chris Woakes to the second ball and Joe Root for 67 in the third over, both to Josh Hazlewood. Australia will regain the Ashes if they win the third Test in Perth, which begins on 14 December.

Premier League Football

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Manchester City, Tottenham and Huddersfield were the stand out performers in this week's Premier League. Manchester City beat their Manchester rivals on Sunday 2-1 at Old Trafford; David Silva and Nicolas Otamendi scored to make Manchester City the first team to win 14 successive England top-flight games in a single season. Tottenham beat Stoke 5-1 on Saturday to end a four-game run without a league win, Harry Kane got two of the goals making it 12 premier league goals this season. Huddersfield beat Brighton 2-0 to end their run of four consecutive defeats, Steve Mounie scored both of the goals for the Terriers’.

West Ham United 1 0 Chelsea
Burnley 1 0 Watford
Crystal Palace 2 2 AFC Bournemouth
Huddersfield Town 2 0 Brighton & Hove Albion
Swansea City 1 0 West Bromwich Albion
Tottenham Hotspur 5 1 Stoke City
Newcastle United 2 3 Leicester City
Southampton 1 1 Arsenal
Liverpool 1 1 Everton
Manchester United 1 2 Manchester City

UEFA Champions League Last 16 Draw

The five English clubs who created history by qualifying for the Champions League knockout stages have learned their last 16 opponents following Monday morning's draw

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