• Injured Zlatan Ibrahimovic pledges to be back: 'Giving up is not an option'
    Sports Illustrated

    Injured Zlatan Ibrahimovic pledges to be back: 'Giving up is not an option'

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic is out for the rest of Manchester United's season and likely well beyond that, but he's not contemplating calling it quits. Ibrahimovic suffered what Manchester United called "significant knee ligament damage," with multiple reports stating that the Swedish star tore his ACL and possibly his PCL as well in a Europa League match against Anderlecht on Thursday. The 35-year-old Ibrahimovic pledged to come back instead of allowing the injury to derail his career, though, in an Instagram post on Sunday.

  • RNG's Letme on his performance this split: 'I’ll continue to work hard. I don’t want to brag about myself.'
    Yahoo Esports

    RNG's Letme on his performance this split: 'I’ll continue to work hard. I don’t want to brag about myself.'

    Following their 3-1 win over EDG, the team fielded questions from press. In the first game, EDG picked Ivern, and Liu “Mlxg” Shiyu decided to invade the enemy jungle. Coach Lee “Heart” Gwanhyung: Let’s both make it to Worlds.

  • Yedlin, Newcastle secure promotion to Premier League. Ream or Williams next?
    Washington Post

    Yedlin, Newcastle secure promotion to Premier League. Ream or Williams next?

    DeAndre Yedlin and Newcastle are headed back up to the Premier League after securing promotion Monday with a 4-1 home victory over Preston North End. Yedlin, a 2014 U.S. World Cup member, was with Tottenham Hotspur and Sunderland in the top flight before moving to Newcastle last summer. With two Championship matchdays left, the Magpies and first-place Brighton are assured on the top two slots. A playoff will determine the third promotion, with Americans Danny Williams (Reading) and Tim Ream (Fulham) currently in the playoff field. Yedlin, 23, was in uniform Monday but did not play. He was enjoying a terrific stretch at right back until an injury sidelined him for five weeks, a period that