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M.L.S. Cup in Toronto

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Major League Soccer’s title game will be played in Toronto for the first time, on Nov. 21 at BMO Field. The field was converted to grass this season, and the stadium, which hosted the league’s 2008 All-Star Game, is undergoing renovations that will increase its capacity to 21,800.

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¶Ivica Olic stole the ball in injury time and scored to lift Bayern Munich over Manchester United, 2-1, in the first leg of the European Champions League quarterfinals. Wayne Rooney put Manchester United ahead in the second minute but limped off near the final whistle with what appeared to be a right ankle injury, a little more than 10 weeks before England’s World Cup opener against the United States. 

¶Argentina’s coach, Diego Maradona, had reconstructive surgery on his upper lip after being bitten by one of his dogs, a shar-pei, while playing at his home in suburban Buenos Aires. He left the Los Arcos clinic in good condition. 

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