Your Top Plays for Today: AP's Sports Guide
--TEAM ORACLE USA COMPLETES INCREDIBLE COMEBACK WIN IN AMERICA'S CUP
Team Oracle USA completes one of the more remarkable sporting comebacks by winning the America's Cup 9-8, having trailed Team Emirates New Zealand 8-1.
--DJOKOVIC HELD TO LOVE AS HE GETS ENGAGED
Tennis champion Novak Djokovic announces his engagement to his long-time girlfriend.
---TIGERS CLINCH CROWN AS YANKEES EXIT
The Detroit Tigers clinch the American League Central division title for the third straight year while the New York Yankees' playoff hopes end, putting them out of the MLB postseason for only the second time in 19 years.
--MARTIN WINS TT AT WORLDS AS WIGGINS MISSES OUT
Germany's Tony Martin win the individual time trial at cycling's world championships for the third straight time, denying Britain's Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins.
--SUAREZ BEATEN IN COMEBACK GAME AS LIVERPOOL LOSE TO RIVALS MANCHESTER UNITED
The return of Luis Suarez for his first game of the season after a ban for biting an opponent fails to ignite Liverpool, which loses to arch rival Manchester United in England's League Cup.
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