VANCOUVER — Christine Sinclair's parting words in the huddle that followed her final Canada practice were "Go and get me a World Cup." Competitive right to the end. The World Cup is one prize that eluded Sinclair. In six trips to the sport's showcase, Sinclair's and Canada's best finish was fourth in 2003. But Sinclair has ticked just about every other box. Olympic bronze, bronze and gold. A world-record 190 goals. Order of Canada. Walk of Fame. Canada Player of the year 14 times. NWSL champion.
MADRID (AP) — Celta Vigo’s winless run extended to 11 Spanish league games after it could only draw 1-1 with a Cadiz side that played most of the match with 10 men on Monday. Cadiz took the lead with what was its only attempt at goal in the entire first 45 minutes. With 15 minutes gone, Chris Ramos rose to meet a cross from the right and glance in a delicate header. Celta was making all the play, however, and its chances were boosted after half an hour when Cadiz defender Victor Chust was issued
Ramsdale lost his position as Arteta’s first-choice goalkeeper earlier this season following the arrival of David Raya on loan from Brentford.
TURIN, Italy (AP) — Torino moved into the top half of Serie A after beating visiting Atalanta 3-0 on Monday. Atalanta, winless in its last four league games, remained eighth, one point ahead of Torino, which moved up to 10th. Atalanta beat the home side on its last four visits to the Olympic stadium but Torino took the lead midway through the first half. Duván Zapata reacted quickest to a low cross from the left and, with the defense static, he had time to twist and fire in a low shot. Antonio S