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Wolves were flying when they arrived here after three wins in a row – and a drone temporarily stopping play did not prevent them adding another victory after classy goals from Joao Moutinho and Ruben Neves.
Diogo Jota double sinks Arsenal and sends Liverpool into Carabao Cup final
Dan Evans admitted that “I panicked on the court” as he suffered a crushing defeat in Melbourne. Evans’s third-round exit meant that none of the seven British singles players who started the Australian Open have managed to survive the first week.
<strong>Arsenal 0-2 Liverpool</strong>: Portuguese forward Jota scores once in each half as the Gunners exit with yet another red card to their name
Aymeric Laporte headed a 65th-minute equaliser for Pep Guardiola’s men.
Julien Stephan's side move into fourth with victory at the Ligue 1 strugglers
The draw is opening up for former Australian Open runner-up Simona Halep who is feeling physically good after a difficult 2021.
Women's tennis players have said they are desperate to find out more about Peng Shuai's wellbeing, after Naomi Osaka called the ongoing questions around her safety "scary".
Marcus Rashford’s dip in form has been the subject of incessant analysis and speculation in the past few months but the melancholia has always seemed overblown – footballers are people too, after all
Rodgers was delighted to welcome back James Justin, who has been out since February with a knee injury.
The Waratahs have signed Hamdan Tuipulotu and Geoff Cridge to beef up their forward stocks ahead of the 2022 Super Rugby Pacific season.
<strong>Brentford 1-2 Wolves: </strong>There were crazy scenes as both sets of players were forced off the pitch while an unauthorised drone hovered above the stadium
Elsewhere, there were huge wins for Manchester United and Newcastle.
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There were crazy scenes at Brentford’s Community Stadium as both sets of players were forced off the pitch while the drone hovered above.
Britain’s interest in the singles at the Australian Open is over after Dan Evans was knocked out in the third round by ninth seed Felix Auger-Aliassime. British number two Evans did not have to take to the court to make it into the last 32, with second-round opponent Arthur Rinderknech withdrawing injured ahead of the scheduled clash on Thursday. Evans found it significantly less amusing than the crowd but had no choice but to play on.
Man City’s 12-match winning run in the Premier League was ended by Southampton as the league leaders were held to a 1-1 draw at St Mary’s. Kyle Walker-Peters put the hosts ahead early on, but Aymeric Laporte equalised in the second-half and a winner looked almost inevitable as City pinned the Saints back. Ralph Hasenhuttl promised pre-match that Southampton would look to cause City problems by being brave, and they did just that to take lead after seven minutes.
Marcus Rashford’s last gasp winner for Manchester United brutally underlined the task West Ham face in going toe-to-toe with the big boys in the race for the Champions League. West Ham looked to have held onto their place in the top four before Ralf Rangnick showed the strength and depth on offer that David Moyes simply cannot call upon. With the Hammers, welcoming Tomas Soucek and Kurt Zouma back into the side, repelling everything that had come their way, Rangnick sent on Rashford, Anthony Martial and Edinson Cavani to make an impact, and they finally struck with the final kick of the game.
Who came back? Who fell away? Who changed tracks? Comoros have reached the last 16 of the Africa Cup of Nations. Photograph: BackpagePix/Shutterstock Tottenham came from behind to beat Leicester thanks to goals from Steven Bergwijn in the 95th minute and 97th minute, extending Antonio Conte’s unbeaten start at the club to nine league games. Which manager holds the record for the longest unbeaten start in the Premier League? Thomas Tuchel at Chelsea Frank Clark at Nottingham Forest Maurizio Sarri
Yorkshire's new chairman edged closer to getting England international matches back at Headingley as he apparently convinced club members of his "real desire to broaden the fan base".