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Hütter up and running as Gladbach wreck Rose’s return with Dortmund. Marco Rose returned to Borussia Mönchengladbach with Dortmund on Saturday but it was his replacement at Borussia-Park who was victorious
Premiership history-maker took charge of Harlequins’ clash against Worcester.
The Reds will play away to the Portuguese side on Tuesday.
The Sarri era finally takes flight as Lazio seize moment for derby delight. Maurizio Sarri has made a slower start to life in Rome than Mourinho but his team’s fast start left Roma unable to catch up
The United States ran out 19-9 victors at Whistling Straits.
Manchester United face a rematch with Villarreal.
The prolific Tottenham striker is yet to get off the mark in the league this season.
Arsenal had been bottom of the table ahead of September’s international break, while Spurs were sitting pretty at the top of the Premier League.
The team captained by Heather Knight beat New Zealand 4-1 to round off a busy summer.
Roger Federer has called for more to be done “to help, coach and mentor” Emma Raducanu and other young tennis players so they are better able to cope with criticism and abuse.
The all-rounder will still be available for ODI and T20 games for England.
Super League still poses ‘existential threat’ to football’s future, Uefa warns
European success continues winning run for the British team.
Rashford is yet to play this season, having undergone an operation on his shoulder last month.
The world champion is the first F1 driver to win 100 grands prix.
As ever, the announcement of an England squad sparked discussion. But whatever the qualms and controversies, there can be no denying that the 45-man group unveiled last week looks like an attempt to reinvigorate the spine of the team with two years until Rugby World Cup 2023.
There could not have been a driver more deserving of victory this season than Lando Norris. The young Briton has driven impeccably for McLaren and has pound-for-pound been a better performer than even Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton.
The 30-year-old only returned to action at the start of the campaign following a career-threatening fractured skull.
The home side cruised to a 19-9 success at Whistling Straits.
The 34-year-old made his debut in 2014 and played 64 Test matches.