Brooks Koepka chipped in from 32 yards for eagle on the 17th hole to break a tie for the lead and then parred the last for a one-stroke victory Sunday in the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

Five strokes behind Jordan Spieth and Xander Schauffele entering the round, Koepka shot a 6-under 65 to finish at 19-under 265. The four-time major champion also won in 2015 at TPC Scottsdale for the first of his eight PGA Tour titles.

Koepka’s most recent win was at the FedEx St. Jude Invitational in 2019.

On the 334-yard 17th, Koepka hit a fairway wood 305 yards to the fairway short and left of the green, then holed out to the largest roar of the day from the crowd limited to 5,000.

Back at full strength after lingering left knee and hip problems, Koepka rebounded from a bogey on the second hole with an eagle on the par-5 third. He birdied Nos. 13-15.

Schauffele birdied the par-4 18th for a 71 to tie for second with Kyoung-Hoon Lee (68). The fourth-ranked Schauffele also tied for second last week.


EUROPEAN TOUR: Top-ranked Dustin Johnson won the Saudi International for the second time in three years on Sunday, shooting a 2-under 68 in the final round to finish two strokes clear of Justin Rose and Tony Finau.

Johnson, who was also runner-up in 2020, finished at 15-under overall.


ENGLAND: Manchester City dismantled Liverpool, aided by Alisson Becker’s uncharacteristic goalkeeping blunders, to win 4-1 and send the reigning Premier League champions to their third straight loss at home.

City pushed five points clear of Manchester United at the top of the standings, while Liverpool slipped 10 points behind the leaders.

Leicester missed a chance to move even with Manchester United for second place, getting held to a 0-0 draw at Wolverhampton.

ITALY: Zlatan Ibrahimovic took his tally to more than 500 club goals as he scored twice to help AC Milan beat Crotone 4-0 and move back atop the Serie A standings.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Leipzig will play Liverpool in Budapest in their round of 16 match on Feb. 16 after Germany blocked almost all entry to the country from Britain to restrict the spread of new variants of the coronavirus.

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