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"The owner was disappointed that the case happened at a time when the country was excited by the World Cup."
A dual nomination for the boxers who gave the world the two most interesting fights of the year. The first, in June, was the Briton's US debut and ended with a hiding at Madison Square Garden in New York. The defining image was the Mexican-American stood over him after knocking him down for the fourth and final time. That meant a rematch and a unifcation belt in Saudi Arabia of all places and Joshua won against an ill-prepared Ruiz. The champ had entered the fight still enjoying his titles but both boxers ended the year much further on in their careers (and bank balances) than they started it.
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His rivals are Liverpool teammate Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian who won the last two editions, and Algerian Riyad Mahrez of Manchester City.
The Mercedes driver this year became the second most successful F1 driver of all time, and is poised to overtake Germany's seven-time champion and Ferrari great Michael Schumacher in the record books.
Aaron Jones rushed for a career-high 154 yards and Aaron Rodgers passed for another 216 yards as the Green Bay Packers clinched the NFC North Division title with a 23-10 win over Minnesota on Monday.
Arguably the greatest performer of all this year, the US gymnast won five golds at the world championships in October to set a new record of 25 overall medals, 19 of which are gold. As well as being the most decorated gymanst at the world championships, Biles also has two signature moves named after her, the latest of which the Biles II was debuted at the October event. She will expect to star in Tokyo next summer just as she did in Rio in 2016.
"When you get to these big games, two good football teams, it's always going to go up until the last whistle, and we've had multiple experiences this year like that."
Emirati Salem al Shamsi has invested millions in a squad dominated by Egyptians but also containing stars from Burkina Faso, Ghana, the Ivory Coast, Tunisia and Uganda.
"One of the good things about the team this year, we have reacted after bad results," he said.