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October 8, 2000 | From Times News Services
The final act at 77-year-old Wembley Stadium didn't go the way the hosts planned. The so-called venue of legends, with its distinctive white twin towers, was the scene of one last soccer match Saturday, but England failed to give the arena the send-off the country wanted, losing, 1-0, to Germany in a qualifier for the 2002 World Cup. It was enough to make England's coach, Kevin Keegan, resign.
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October 8, 2000 | From Times News Services
The final act at 77-year-old Wembley Stadium didn't go the way the hosts planned. The so-called venue of legends, with its distinctive white twin towers, was the scene of one last soccer match Saturday, but England failed to give the arena the send-off the country wanted, losing, 1-0, to Germany in a qualifier for the 2002 World Cup. It was enough to make England's coach, Kevin Keegan, resign.
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September 13, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Montreal Canadiens defeated the Chicago Blackhawks, 3-2, before 7,836 at Wembley, England, in the first NHL game in Britain in 33 years.
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April 19, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Teddy Garcia kicked three field goals, including a 51-yarder, as the Barcelona Dragons defeated the London Monarchs, 9-0, in the World League before 18,518 fans at Wembley, England. Barcelona (4-1) completed a two-game sweep of the Monarchs and maintains its hold on first place in the European Division.
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May 21, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Arsenal, on a goal by defender Andy Linighan, defeated Sheffield Wednesday, 2-1, in overtime in the Football Assn. Cup final at Wembley, England. Arsenal won its fifth FA Cup title and became the first team to win both major English cups in one season, having defeated Sheffield Wednesday in the League Cup final last month.
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October 26, 2009
Key: Tom Brady threw three touchdown passes and had more than 300 yards in a game played in front of a sellout crowd of 84,254 at Wembley, England's national stadium. Patriots said: "We had plenty of distractions coming over here, but everybody was really energized. To get the win and fly home and have a week off is just great." -- Brady Buccaneers said: "Tom, he's the guy that changed the game. . . . When you have a great quarterback like that, that's what he does and that's what he will do for you."
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