The jubilant Blackpool players celebrate their promotion to League One. Blackpool bounced back to League One at the first time of asking with victory over Exeter City in the League Two play-off final at Wembley, with Mark Cullen poking home the winner midway through the second half to spark joyous scenes
Roma and Francesco Totti battled to a thrilling victory over Genoa on the 40-year-old's last match for the club.
Dan Evans wilted in the Paris heat to lose his first-round match against clay-court veteran Tommy Robredo. The British No 4 was making his French Open debut and won the first set on a stifling Court 2 but 35-year-old Robredo hit back to triumph 5-7 6-4 6-3 6-1. Robredo is ranked down at 271 after injury
Nairo Quintana's dreams of a Giro-Tour double disappeared on Sunday's time trial as Tom Dumoulin claimed his first Grand Tour win in Milan.
Bryan Robson believes any outcome other than Wayne Rooney's departure from Manchester United this off-season would be a major shock.
Alexis Sanchez's opening goal for Arsenal in their FA Cup defeat of Chelsea should not have counted, says defender Gary Cahill.
With less than a week until the Champions Trophy begins, England have worries over the fitness of three of their all-rounders.
This year's Championship play-off final on 29th May will be contested between Reading and Huddersfield Town at Wembley Stadium. Both teams came through tough semi-finals, with Reading edging Fulham and Huddersfield needing penalties to beat Sheffield Wednesday. Here, we will be looking back at those
Monaco GP talking points: Ferrari favour Sebastian Vettel to allow German of victory and why Jenson Button should stick to triathlons
Manchester United won two trophies in Jose Mourinho's maiden season at the helm, but Jesse Lingard wants to compete for the Premier League.
After losing his IBF world title on Saturday, Kell Brook suffered further disappointment as he was diagnosed with a fractured eye socket.
Bernardo Silva plays as though the ball is glued to his feet. Photograph: Agence Nice Presse/Icon Sport via Getty Images
Chelsea must bolster their squad for 2017-18, but Antonio Conte also wants to keep his side's FA Cup reverse to Arsenal in perspective.
Having been left out of Chelsea's FA Cup final XI, Cesc Fabregas would not rule out a move away from the Premier League champions.