Prince William booed at Wembley Stadium
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Prince William booed at Wembley Stadium
Daryll Neita defied the ‘worst cramp’ of her life to bag a brave European bronze in Munich – then told her rivals they were lucky and it should have been gold.
“I’m very excited. For me, I could play tomorrow already, but I can’t because the game is Saturday, but I’m looking forward to it."
Arsenal beat Leicester at home to make it two wins from two in the Prem and Mikel Arteta reacted by lauding Gabriel Jesus, as well as sending a message to Gunners supporters.
Solid wins for Daniil Medvedev and Carlos Alcaraz.
Perhaps after waiting 23 years to host a Premier League game, it was written in the stars that Nottingham Forest would win this match against West Ham. It certainly felt like that at times and, when Hammers boss David Moyes reviews this game, he will be wondering how his side left the City Ground with nothing. Over the course of the 90 minutes, the Hammers did everything but score.
Graeme Souness insists he does not regret a word of his comments following Chelsea’s dramatic 2-2 with Tottenham on Sunday. The Sky Sports pundit was criticised for suggesting the fiery scenes at Stamford Bridge “showed it was a man’s game all of a sudden” in reference to referee Anthony Taylor’s more liberal approach. Former England Women’s international Karen Carney was sat beside Souness on pundit duty in west London, with the former Liverpool captain then adding: “I think we’ve got our football back, as I would enjoy football … men at it, blow-for-blow, and the referee letting them get on with it.”
A non-league football match in Wiltshire was abandoned on Saturday afternoon after a young player collapsed on the pitch.
England assistant coach Paul Collingwood is confident that his team can recover from a difficult first day against South Africa and fight back to set up an exciting Test match on a spicy Lord’s pitch. Just 32 overs were possible before the rain arrived in London and England, having been asked to bowl first by South Africa, managed just 116 for six, with Ollie Pope the bright note on 61 not out. While England played with attacking intent and still scored at 3.6 an over, only Alex Lees could truly be accused of giving his wicket away, with South Africa’s classy pace attack causing trouble.
Morecambe boss Derek Adams reckons his side were “unfortunate” to leave the UniBol empty handed following their 1-0 defeat against Wanderers.
Forest have already brought 14 players to the City Ground this summer
Wolves have agreed a club record £38 million fee with Sporting for Matheus Nunes and are now hopeful of convincing the Portugal international to complete the move.
The Germany defender has signed a four-year contract
An angry bust-up between Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte should not distract from a fascinating tactical battle, and reasons for both managers to be cheerful after this draw. Tuchel and Conte were both sent off after the final whistle for squaring-up during a clash over their post-match handshake — moments after the second of Tottenham’s two controversial equalisers, scored by Harry Kane in the sixth minute of stoppage-time. Tuchel was left speechless that both Spurs goals were allowed to stand, believing Richarlison was offside for Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg’s strike and that Cristian Romero should have been penalised for pulling Marc Cucurella’s hair before Kane headed home a corner.
Norrie beat Dane Holger Rune in three sets at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati.
A post-match dismissal was the icing on the cake for Thomas Tuchel's anger with Anthony Taylor's performance in the London derby.
Antonio Conte and Thomas Tuchel, the warring coaches from Sunday’s battle of Stamford Bridge, were the only two who did not attend the pre-season briefing laid on for the 20 Premier League managers by the referees’ organisation, it can be revealed.
The Dutchman appeared to have Jamie Bynoe-Gittens' long-range effort covered, but disaster struck.
Hurkacz had to come from a set behind against Ruud, while Pablo Carreno-Busta prevailed in a three-hour grind against Daniel Evans.
Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte have both given their take on a fiery London derby that saw both men sent off in a 2-2 draw between Chelsea and Tottenham. The first flare-up came after Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg’s shot from long range put Spurs level early in the second half, which earned both coaches and a couple of assistants yellow cards. At full time, following Tottenham’s second equaliser via Harry Kane, Tuchel and Conte were again sent off after the Chelsea boss took exception to the manner of his counterpart’s handshake.
Leeds are hunting for a new left-back following Junior Firpo's injury in July and could have found the solution in MLS player Kai Wagner.