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|BUENOS AIRES Cheap Tahir Whitehead Jersey , Nov. 12 (Xinhua) -- Tigre defeated Lanus 3-0 Wednesday to block its rival from taking the top slot in the Argentinean National Transition Tournament.
The 45-minute match in northern Buenos Aires' Monumental Stadium was a make-up game for the suspension 10 days ago of the teams' match due to rain.
Home team Tigre dominated the game with goals by Leandro Garate, Gabriel Penalba and Lucas Wilchez.
Tigre, which lost 2-0 earlier to Boca Juniors, now has totaled 20 points.
Lanus, which defeated Arsenal 3-2 on Friday, with the last two goals scored in an unusually long nine minutes of extra time, now has 30 points, not enough to take the lead.
River Plate (32 points) could widen its lead in an upcoming match against Estudiantes de La Plata (23) at the Monumental, which was rescheduled after the original Nov. 2 date was rained out.
BEIJING, Aug. 3 (Xinhua) -- A handful of corrupt officers cannot alter the "true color" of the People's Liberation Army, a PLA Daily commentary said on Monday.
The commentary came days after the announcement of an investigation into Guo Boxiong, former vice chairman of the Central Military Commission. Guo has been expelled from the Communist Party of China and his corruption case has been transferred to military prosecutors.
The commentary said the people will neither dismiss the achievements nor the good image of the PLA just because of a few isolated cases.
"The PLA, after removing its own tumor, will become healthier," it said.
"An army adept at self-purifying and self-reforming, and an army that dares to rise above the ashes will live up to people's expectations," the commentary continued.
A history of more than eight decades has proved that the PLA has always been trusted by the Party and the people, it said.
The commentary urged service men and women not to be distracted, but to concentrate their energy and efforts on building a strong military, and on maintaining a high degree of stability and solidarity in the military.
LONDON: Roger Federer insists he will be back at Wimbledon in 2017, when he will be pushing 36, despite his heartbreaking loss to Milos Raonic in Friday's (Jul semi-finals.
The seven-time champion suffered a shock 6-3, 6-7 (37), 4-6, 7-5, 6-3 defeat in a match where he crucially failed to convert break points in the fifth and ninth games of the fourth set.
The great Swiss, who won the last of his 17 majors at Wimbledon four years ago, looked heavy and flat-footed in the final set against a player who is nine years his junior.
He even stumbled and fell in the fifth set, lying face down in the turf of Centre Court where he has enjoyed his greatest moments.
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""I hope to be back on Centre Court, to be very clear for you,"" said Federer, whose lengthy wave to all parts of the arena prompted speculation that it was indeed goodbye.
""I was looking at Centre Court as in thank you for the crowd. That's what I was going through, not thinking about this might be my last Wimbledon.""
Had Federer made Sunday's final he would have been the oldest finalist since 39-year-old Ken Rosewall finished runner-up to Jimmy Connors in 1974.
His loss on Friday, in his 10th Wimbledon semi-final, followed a marathon five-set win from two sets down to beat Marin Cilic in the quarter-finals.
This year's Wimbledon represented the 15th anniversary of his stunning win over Pete Sampras - when Raonic was just 10 years old - although his first All England Club title only arrived two years later.
But Federer is enduring the toughest year of his career. Injury forced him to skip the French Open ending a streak of 65 successive appearances at the Slams stretching back to 1999.
He has now failed to add to his 88 titles this year, his longest drought since 2000, and he arrived at Wimbledon having suffered back-to-back semi-final losses in Stuttgart and Halle, both on grass which has been his preferred surface of domination.
'WIMBLEDON NOT EVERYTHING'
In an indication of changing times, his last-four loss in Stuttgart to Alexander Zverev was his first against a teenager in 10 years.
The defeat to Raonic still leaves Arthur Ashe as the oldest Wimbledon men's champion - and the American achieved that feat a month shy of his 32nd birthday in 1975.
Federer, who underwent surgery earlier this year on the same knee he hurt on Friday, will be 35 next month.
He had made the final at Wimbledon in 2014 and 2015 losing to world number one Novak Djokovic on both occasions.
As the benchmark in the sport, Federer hasn't defeated the Serb at a Slam since the Wimbledon semi-finals in 2012.
Wimbledon has always been Federer's home-from-home even if his first two visits as a pony-tailed contender with a short fuse and dream one-handed backhand ended in first round losses.
But his fourth round defeat of seven-time winner Sampras in 2001 marked him out as the American's natural heir even if 2002 saw a woeful first round exit to Mario Ancic.
That blip was forgotten 12 months later when he won his first Wimbledon, spiking the heavy artillery of Mark Philippoussis in the final.
Since then, he has enjoyed more successes than setbacks. Federer won the title every year between 2003 and 2007, adding two more in 2009 and 2012.
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