Gabriel Jesus is relishing the prospect of being Arsenal’s No9 and has told fans: “I’ve come to score goals”. Jesus completed his £45million move to Arsenal this morning from Manchester City, signing a five-year contract at Emirates Stadium. During his five years with City, and particularly last season, the Brazilian often operated out wide, but he is ready to lead the line for Arsenal.
Defending champion Max Verstappen looks to be running away with the 2022 Formula One championship. Another win in Montreal - his fifth in six races - extended his lead to 46 points over team-mate Sergio Perez and 49 over Ferrari's Charles Leclerc.
DISAPPOINTMENT at the previous Commonwealth Games proved the catalyst for a Boxing Scotland revolution. Two bronze medals – for Reece McFadden and John Docherty – on Gold Coast was short of what had been hoped for and inspired some extensive navel-gazing.
Wayne Pivac admitted in the build-up to this Test that he hadn't slept properly for three months since that chastening defeat to Italy, and the way events unfolded in Pretoria will have given the Wales head coach even more nightmares.
Stefanos Tsitsipas has accused Nick Kyrgios of being a bully and possessing an "evil side" after the pair faced off in one of the most bad-tempered Wimbledon matches in years. The enfant terrible of tennis had earlier demanded his opponent be defaulted after hitting a ball into the crowd, narrowly missing a spectator, initially refusing to continue playing until he was given a satisfactory answer from the umpire. The 27-year-old also demanded a new line judge following one bad call and complained to spectators about another official before serving, at one point prompting Tsitsipas to walk back to his towel amid pantomime boos from the crowd.