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# revival
Croatia get World Cup back on track with Kramaric double as Canada crash out
Canada took the lead after two minutes but the 2018 World Cup runners-up rallied to a 4-1 win.
# Star
The Chelsea old boy turned lynchpin of Milan's revival
Fikayo Tomori is hoping to put on a more convincing show against his former club.
# revival
Rangers into Champions League play-off with stunning comeback
Malik Tillman’s goal capped a thrilling 3-0 win to overturn a 2-0 first-leg deficit against Union Saint-Gilloise.
All time
# Keep calm and carry on
Life’s too short to worry about Manchester revival – Jurgen Klopp
City and United are on the rise again, with Premier League and Europa League success respectively within their grasp.
# revival
Sex and the City is returning with a new season ... but without Kim Cattrall
The new series, titled And Just Like That…, will consist of 10 episodes.
# green and red
From 2017 All-Ireland final to mass player walkout, Mayo now clawing their way back to the top
Peter Leahy’s side’s revival has been admirable.
# revival
'He has fallen back in love with the game': Grayson praises McGeady after first Sunderland goal
The Ireland winger was on target for the Black Cats at Norwich over the weekend.
# revival
'I felt like I wanted to give up... I rang my ma and told her I was done with football'
Eighteen months since he considered quitting, Sean Maguire’s being hailed as Cork City’s greatest ever player.
# Redemtpion
Losing by 49 points to Cork was the best thing that happened to Donegal Ladies
Donegal face Cork again in today’s Division 1 league final.
# resurgence
Contenders? Munster's aspirations in Europe aren't stopping now
Rassie Erasmus isn’t getting carried away, but Munster continue to impress in the Champions Cup.
# Eco-Loo
New York to revive oyster population by growing them on recycled toilets
It’s hoped that boosting the population of oysters will protect the city from future storms.
# eye on the prize
The next Google Glass is taking shape, and it's aiming for the workplace
The first pictures of the headset have been released as it repositions itself as a tool for the workplace.
# revival
Limerick champions come from nine points down to book Munster semi-final spot
Na Piarsaigh overcame Sixmilebridge at O’Garney Park.
# driving force
How Rory McIlroy is using his fame and fortune to restore the Irish Open's glory days
We spoke to the tournament’s director about its revival ahead the event’s return to Royal County Down.
# revival
Dortmund finally started to look a little like Dortmund again tonight
Klopp’s men moved out of the relegation zone with a win over Hoffenheim.
# getting better
Welbeck returns to maintain umpteenth Arsenal revival
Arsene Wenger’s side had been under pressure after successive league defeats condemned them to their worst start for 30 years
Blackberry is back, and it's hoping this phone will turn its fortunes around
The Blackberry Passport is aimed towards professionals, and is hoping that going back to the basics will make it a hit.
# revival
Holohan the architect as Drogheda's renaissance continues in Bray
Gavan Holohan, Gavin Brennan and Cathal Brady were all on the score sheet for Darius Kierans’s side.
# back to reality
Man comes back to life 45 minutes after his heart stopped
Tony Yahle’s ‘body’ was being prepared by nurses when he showed signs of life.
# revival
Woods leads in Abu Dhabi, as Irish contingent remain in contention
The American has a chance to secure his second title of the year, having won the Chevron World Challenge last month.
# Greens
Green Party: We want to double party membership by 2016
The party, which celebrates its 30th anniversary in Irish politics today, has unveiled its plan for rebuilding the party.