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10hBen Gladwell

Rossi facing one-year ban after failed doping test

A hearing on Oct. 1 will determine whether the former Italy international will be sanctioned, with the state prosecutor calling for a one-year ban.

10hChris Wright

Who voted for whom at FIFA Best awards?

Lionel Messi cast his first ever vote for Cristiano Ronaldo for 2018's The Best FIFA award, but didn't get one back. Find out who voted for who.

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2dMina Rzouki

Juve ratings: Ronaldo 7/10. Bernardeschi 8/10

Cristiano Ronaldo and Federico Bernardeschi proved to be the heroes as Juventus' attack finally broke through Frosinone's stubborn defence.

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Ronaldo, Bernardeschi give Juventus 2-0 win

Cristiano Ronaldo's late goal helped Juventus to maintain their perfect start in Serie A with a hard-fought 2-0 victory away to Frosinone.

2dSumeet Paul

Kessie's misses epitomise Milan wastefulness

AC Milan were held to a 2-2 draw by Atalanta, despite several chances to put the game out of reach, most notably missed by Franck Kessie.

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Atalanta snatch late point at AC Milan

Milan made a perfect start and took the lead in the second minute with the first real attack of the game, Gonzalo Higuain scoring.

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2dTerry Daley

De Rossi the best of Roma's bad bunch

Daniele De Rossi was Roma's best, but even he had plenty of criticisms in a 2-0 loss at lowly Bologna that heaps pressure on Eusebio Di Francesco.

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