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BARCELONA, Spain -- Sevilla forward Kevin Gameiro scored a brace to help rout Espanyol 4-1 and keep his team in the hunt for a Champions League berth on Sunday, while Malaga and Elche both won to move away from the Spanish leagues relegation zone. Sevilla dominated the first half at its Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium with midfielder Stephane Mbia thumping a corner kick past German Parreno on the goalkeepers league debut for the 18th-minute opener. Gameiro made it 2-0 moments before halftime when Espanyol left him unmarked to control a pass with his chest before sweeping the ball home. Espanyol pulled one back seconds after the restart when Sergio Garcia converted a penalty following Federico Fazios foul on Christian Stuani. But Gameiro worked a one-two passing combination with Marko Marin before scoring in the 84th, and Ivan Rakitic capped the victory with two minutes to play. Sevilla rose to within three points of fourth-placed Athletic Bilbao before it visits Levante on Monday. "This is the best part of the season, the most exciting," said Sevilla coach Unai Emery. "But we are not going to think about whats to come. Im concerned with my team continuing to constantly improve, more than thinking about our objectives. We are in fifth place and I want to hold onto it." Sevilla next hosts FC Porto on Thursday needing to overturn a 1-0 loss to advance in the Europa League. Malaga midfielder Ignacio Camacho scored two goals and earned a penalty for a third to lead his teams 4-1 win over Granada. And a last-gasp goal by striker Yiadom Boakye gave Elche a dramatic 1-0 win over Getafe in a big boost for the small clubs campaign to remain in the first division for a second straight season. Malagas first win in five consecutive home games moved Bernd Schusters side to 11th place. Camacho headed Malaga ahead in the 14th from a set piece, and he followed with another headed goal from a corner kick in the 37th. Youssef El Arabi had an opportunity to halve the difference for Granada just before halftime but goalkeeper Willy Caballero saved his penalty kick. Camacho was then fouled by Jeison Murillo, allowing Nordin Amrabat to convert the spot kick in the 50th. Juan Jimenez netted a fourth for Malaga in the 74th before El Arabi got Granadas consolation goal four minutes later. "We knew what was on the line, three important points against a direct (relegation) rival," said Camacho. "We are happy but it isnt over. We have to make sure we stay up as soon as possible." Boakye jumped above his marker to head in Carles Gils cross three minutes into stoppage time to grab the winner in the dying moments at Elche. The victory lifted Elche four points from danger. Valencia failed to rebound from its humiliating 3-0 loss at Swiss side Basel on Thursday in the Europa League as it was held to a 0-0 draw at Valladolid. The point let Valladolid emerge from the drop zone and send Getafe down into the bottom three along with Almeria and Real Betis. With six rounds to go, there are six teams within five points of the drop. Atletico Madrid leads the league by one point over Barcelona, with Real Madrid another two points behind after all three title rivals won on Saturday. Dave Concepcion Jersey . I wondered how NHL coaches would feel about a playoff schedule that allowed them to open a best-of-seven series on the road, which many claim to favour, yet still gave them the precious home-ice edge for a seventh game. Eugenio Suarez Jersey . New Zealand brushed aside England 26-7 to win the event and reclaim top spot in the overall standings. The All Blacks, the defending World Series champions, won their third tournament this season in style, running four tries past England to claim their 11th Cup championship in Hong Kong and first since 2011. http://www.redsgearshop.com/Reds-Tucker-Barnhart-Kids-Jersey/ .com) - Nino Williams posted 18 points and seven rebounds, as Kansas State edged No. Cliff Pennington Jersey . -- Jonathan Vilmas season is over and his future on the football field is in doubt. Brandon Finnegan Jersey . The Oilers have been shut out in three straight home games and are in last place in the Western Conference with a 4-14-2 record. "Things have obviously not gone as well as I would have thought probable.KINGSTON, Ont. - Patrick Chan was a spectator at the Canadian championships this past week for the first time in his career, and noticed something funny from his vantage point in the stands at the Rogers K-Rock Centre.People were talking during performances. Or tapping away on their cellphones.The 24-year-old from Toronto is taking this season off to kick back and contemplate his future, and said the biggest thing hes learned thus far is perspective.When we compete, for us it feels like the end of the world, but it really isnt, he said. Its interesting because people do other things while the skating is going on. So when I think everyones looking at me, the whole world has stopped to watch me, its really not true.Maybe skating isnt always about life or death, even though it feels like it sometimes.The three-time world champion hasnt completely committed to another Olympic Games, after his heartbreaking silver-medal performance in Sochi last year. But he certainly sounds like he has another Games in him.I would love to go to another Olympics, Chan said. And also even to come here and skate at nationals, nationals is always a highlight for me, just the energy and the friends and family that are in the audience. So I miss that.And I miss training. It makes me want to train hard and come back out stronger than ever, and come up with a great new program that really wows the audience. Not to say the men werent great this year, Nam (Nguyen, the mens champion) skated really well. But I just know I can bring something different to the table again.While hell go down as one of Canadas most successful skaters in history, he has dreams of leaving an even more impressive legacy.I want to go out and skate a program people will remember, Chan said. Im at a point in my career, Ive accomplished everything, Ive won almost every event, so for me its just about going out and having people get goosebumps. . . or even watching myself on YouTube and getting goosebumps from that.Ive never been able to do that to myself. Thats a good personal challenge.Chan has thoroughly dominated the Canadian championships for close to a decade, winning the previous seven titles before the 16-year-old Nguyen won Saturday night.But there was something missing in a mens field minus Chan, whose best score at the Canadian championships was 302.14 in 2012. Nguyen, who at 16 still has plenty of room to grow, scored 256.88.Trust me, I like hearing that (theres something missing), because I want to bring something great to the table, likke when people watch me next itll be like an Oh my god, my life is complete kind of thing, Chan said.ddddddddddddhan said he had mixed feelings about being a spectator, but he watched the competition intently. During a chat with The Canadian Press, he intermittently took breaks so he could focus on watching the competition.Hes also been keeping a keen eye on his international rivals.Hes keeping tabs on whats going on, said Skate Canadas high performance director Mike Slipchuk. He knew after the (Grand Prix) Final what everyone scored, and he was checking his score. . .What was my high score last year?Slipchuk said he hasnt had any firm discussions with Chan about the odds of his return, but has a good feeling about it.Hell take the next couple months to assess what he wants to do, but to me, he inclines more that he wants to come back and win another world title, Slipchuk said.Chan is busy touring on figure skatings show circuit, which has kept him as fit as ever. He did compete once very early this season, at the Japan Open — a Pro-Am event — and was as strong as hes ever been, recording one of the best long-program scores this season.Hes at the same level and in some ways ahead of where he was a year ago, Slipchuk said. Everything technically is where it was, the quad is where it was.Chan said hes had no regrets about stepping back for a season.If I think about wanting to go to the next Olympics, then I feel like I wouldnt be able to do another four years straight, its exhausting, Chan said.My body is enjoying this, my mind is enjoying it, said Chan. And gaining the perspective, just realizing that theres more to life than just skating.Its hard to think of that, because day in and day out, your whole life as a competitor is training, skating surrounds your life.If there are regrets about the past couple of competitive seasons, he wishes he would have kept his cards closer to his chest. He pushed the boundaries of mens skating, but as he pushed, the rest of the mens field improved along with him.Ill be smart, Chan said. 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