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Hamilton wins Chinese Grand Prix

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SHANGHAI (AP) Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton captured his third straight Formula One race with ease on Sunday, leading from start to finish to win the Chinese Grand Prix.

Mercedes showed again that it's in a different class from its rivals, with Hamilton's teammate Nico Rosberg taking second place - the third time in four races this season the pair have finished one-two.

"This is a team on a roll, that's for sure," Hamilton said. "I'm going to be working hard, we're going to keep working hard because obviously the others are pushing to catch us."

Liverpool win 3-2 to go 5 points clear

NORWICH, England (AP) Liverpool moved five points clear in the Premier League by beating Norwich 3-2 on Sunday courtesy of two goals by Raheem Sterling and a 30th goal of the campaign by Luis Suarez.

Norwich's second-half revival forced Liverpool to work hard for its 11th straight win that kept the team on course for a first championship in 24 years. (MORE)

Mourinho's unbeaten home run ends

LONDON (AP) Chelsea suffered a major setback to its Premier League title aspirations with a 2-1 loss against last-placed Sunderland on Saturday, ending Jose Mourinho's 77-match unbeaten home run during two spells in charge at Stamford Bridge.

Black Cats goalkeeper Vito Mannone made 14 saves as Chelsea missed possibly its last opportunity to dislodge Liverpool from the top spot, and the Reds will have the chance to extend their lead to a commanding five points at Norwich on Sunday. (MORE)

Federer beats Djokovic in Monte Carlo

MONACO (AP) Roger Federer will try to win the Monte Carlo Masters for the first time and Stanislas Wawrinka his first Masters title anywhere when they meet in an all-Swiss final on Sunday.

Federer ousted defending champion Novak Djokovic 7-5, 6-2 on Saturday, after Wawrinka had beaten sixth-seeded David Ferrer of Spain 6-1, 7-6 (3). (MORE)

Tottenham secure 3-1 win against Fulham

LONDON (AP) Tottenham kept its small hopes of a top-four finish alive and dented Fulham's survival ambition with a 3-1 win over its London rival in the Premier League on Saturday.

Spurs remained sixth in the standings but cut their deficit to fourth-place Arsenal to four points, though the Gunners have played one game less. (MORE)

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