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Who said what in sport this weekend


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“I shed blood, I shed tears in West Indies cricket, name it, one leg, one hand.”

– West Indies cricket star Chris Gayle on the verge of retirement after being eliminated from the T20 World Cup.

“I work for Man United and I want the best for Man United and of course as long as I’m here I want to do what I can to improve that.”

– Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, following a 2-0 home loss to Man City, has increased the pressure on him.

“I will keep him away from Luca (his son), he will hit his sisters with it.”

– Irish rugby player Johnny Sexton on the samurai sword given to him by the Japanese team to mark his 100th selection.

“Our culture is based on pride. It’s all about altruism. It’s all about courage. And then the main thing is a question of inspiration. These four pillars are the pillars that have allowed us to breathe over the years. last three years. Have kept us going. “

– Namibian cricket coach Pierre de Bruyn at the T20 World Cup.

“I don’t like to lose so I can’t say I’m happy, I don’t even like to lose at Play Station!”

King of the court: Novak Djokovic during the Paris Masters final on Sunday Anne-Christine POUJOULAT AFP

– Daniil Medvedev after losing to Novak Djokovic in the Paris Masters final.

“I have already closed this chapter. I don’t regret it or spend days in suffering because I didn’t take the calendar slam this year.”

– Djokovic, who now has 37 Masters titles, insisting his US Open final loss to Medvedev is behind him.


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