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Thais burst through to last four, edging Malaysia 3-2

Thais burst through to last four, edging Malaysia 3-2

November 26, 2014

SINGAPORE, Nov 26 — Tournament favourites Thailand booked a spot in the semi-finals of the AFF Suzuki Cup after edging Malaysia 3-2 following a lengthy weather delay today, while co-hosts Singapore kick-started their campaign with a nervy 4-2 win over Myanmar. Heavy rain and lightning delayed kick-off on the artificial turf at the Jalan Besar Stadium for 2½ hours before the Thais were able to record their second win of the eight-team tournament thanks to a 90th minute winner by... Read more

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French cyclist Robert Marchand raises a glass of champagne to celebrate his 103rd birthday along the Robert Marchand pass, in the Ardeche mountains, near Saint-Felicien, November 26, 2014. Marchand, born November 26, 1911, set a record cycling 26.98km in one hour, in the Masters + 100 category established by the International Cycling Union in January 2014. — Reuters pic

French cyclist Robert Marchand raises a glass of champagne to celebrate his 103rd birthday along the Robert Marchand pass, in the Ardeche mountains, near Saint-Felicien, November 26, 2014. Marchand, born November 26, 1911, set a record cycling 26.98km in one hour, in the Masters + 100 category established by the International Cycling Union in January 2014. — Reuters pic