Mbappe meets a superhero and Buttler ends quarantine – Tuesday’s sporting social

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  • Gareth Southgate
    English association football player and manager
  • John Sillett
    English footballer and manager (born 1936-2021)
Kylian Mbappe and Jos Buttler (PA)
Kylian Mbappe and Jos Buttler (PA)

Sports stars and clubs across the world continue to provide an insight into their lives on social media.

Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from 30 November.


A fifth anniversary for Gareth Southgate.

The plaudits poured in for Lionel Messi and Alexia Putellas.

But the debate raged on.

Kylian Mbappe met Spider-Man.

The winners celebrate at training.

Edinson Cavani is battling back from injury.

Tributes poured in for John Sillett.

West Ham rolled back the years.

Leicester bigged up Jamie Vardy.


Rain hampered England’s Ashes preparations.

But it was still a good day for some of the squad.

Strike a pose, skip.

David Warner was looking forward to battle.

Sam Billings was pleased to be back preparing for the BBL.


Carl Frampton took in some sporting action with his family.

Frank Bruno had a feeling of deja vu.


Michael van Gerwen met some fans in Newcastle.

Formula One

A hidden treasure.

Alpine made an important delivery.


Geraint Thomas was out on his bike.


Tiger Woods was ready for his hosting duties.

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