Ogden: Spurs must reverse Wembley curse
Tottenham did enough to beat Chelsea on Sunday but still fell to a 2-1 defeat, writes Mark Ogden. Is Wembley to blame or is it purely a fluke?
Chelsea inspired by Wembley in win - Conte
Antonio Conte revealed that his Chelsea players had been inspired by the prospect of playing at Wembley after Sunday's 2-1 victory over Tottenham.
Tottenham vs. Chelsea: Player ratings.
Craig Burley assess' the impact of all 22 players on the field for Spurs vs. Chelsea, highlighting Marcos Alonso's impact.
Messi 'seriously considering leaving' Barca
Reports have emerged that Leo Messi has become disenfranchised with life in Barcelona. Will he jump ship of Man City? Transfer Talk has the latest.
Early transfer deadline better for Prem - Pep
Pep Guardiola would like to see the transfer window closed before the start of the season even though he hasn't finished his summer spending yet.
Mahrez sets example for transfer targets
Leicester defender Danny Simpson insists Riyad Mahrez is an example to fellow professionals over how to handle transfer speculation.
Wagner: Huddersfield are not lucky.
David Wagner revels in Huddersfield Town's second win and clean sheet in two matches after beating Newcastle.
Botham and huge influence on me and the team - Broad.
After passing him in wickets for England, Stuart Broad spoke about the impact Ian Botham has had on his England career.
England learn nothing from thrashing soft West Indies
It tells you much about the current state of world cricket that Edgbaston had only budgeted for a three-day Test
Darren Gough, the former England fast bowler, is to spend Thursday with the England team ahead of the Leeds Test. While it is not unusual for former players and county coaches to join training sessions ahead of games, the fact that Ottis Gibson is shortly to leave his position as England bowling coach might add more relevance. Although Gough, who has a lucrative career as a broadcaster, is not thought to want the role full-time, he is understood to be interested in a part-time position. He is ECB Level 3 qualified and recently worked with the England U19 side.
Premier League Quotes of the Day.
From Jose Mourinho's state of his team, to Arsene Wenger's offside gripe, relive the best bytes from Saturday's Prem action.
Pogba leads Team of the Weekend again
For the second week in a row, ESPN FC's Team of the Weekend includes Paul Pogba and some Manchester United stars. But who else makes the cut?
Wenger expects Sanchez to face Liverpool
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Alexis Sanchez should be fit to return to action against Liverpool next week, while he has defended Mesut Ozil.
What Mayweather-McGregor isn't.
The superfight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor is nearly here. After all the hype and speculation, Scoop Jackson describe what this bout truly represents, and what it isn't.
Live coverage from SummerSlam weekend
Follow the action from Brooklyn's Barclays Center for the WWE's second-biggest weekend of the year, starting with NXT Takeover: Brooklyn 3 and headlined by SummerSlam.
Darts master Taylor hands Bosnich trophy
Sixteen-time world champion Phil Taylor has claimed the inaugural Melbourne Darts Masters after defeating Peter Wright in a scrappy final at Hisense Arena.
Crawford finishes Indongo with body shot.
Terence Crawford sends Julius Indongo to the mat in the third round with an incredible punch to the body. Indongo is unable to beat the count of referee Jack Reiss and Crawford becomes the unified junior welterweight champion.
Crawford unifies titles with third-round KO
Terence Crawford furthered his case as boxing's pound-for-pound No. 1 on Saturday night, knocking out Julius Indongo in the third round to become the undisputed junior welterweight champion.
Crawford's technique was better than Indongo's.
Teddy Atlas and Andre Ward explain how Terence Crawford was able to defeat Julius Indongo to become the undisputed champion at 140 pounds.
U.S. retains Solheim Cup with win in Iowa
Cristie Kerr and Paula Creamer won singles matches Sunday to help the U.S. beat Europe in the biennial Solheim Cup. The Americans also won the Cup in 2015.
Welcome to the Neymar show
Neymar starred, but perhaps as notable was PSG showing the sort of hunger that was missing last season, especially in the Champions League.
PSG 6-2 Toulouse: The Neymar show.
Neymar scored twice, notched two assists and won a penalty in a dazzling home debut as PSG routed Toulouse.
SummerSlam's Fatal 4-Way has making of a classic.
Before Brock Lesnar, Braun Strowman, Roman Reigns and Samoa Joe meet at SummerSlam, look back at some of the greatest Fatal 4-Way moments.
Lampaert takes Vuelta stage 2, Froome ninth
Adam Blythe finished third in a windy second stage of the Vuelta a Espana as fellow Briton Chris Froome improved his overall standing.
Diamond League: Gemili suffers 100m DQ
Adam Gemili was left baffled after he was disqualified in the 100 metres final at the Diamond League on Sunday.
Wallabies thrashed by All Blacks.
Greg Growden and Sam Bruce look back at Australia's opening Bledisloe Cup defeat to New Zealand and ask why their defence was so poor.
Cheika "100 percent" behind defensive coach
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika remains "100 percent" behind defensive assistant Nathan Grey despite Australia's shocking first-half defensive effort in their 54-34 Bledisloe Cup loss to New Zealand.
Jantjies, Oosthuizen shine in Bok win
The Springboks are slowly burying the ghosts of 2016 when they beat Argentina in their Rugby Championship opener in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.
The rugby world remembers 'absolute legend' Meads
The sporting world is in mourning after the passing of All Blacks great Sir Colin Meads at the age of 81, and ESPN looks at some of the tributes that have been pouring in on social media.
Herm still optimistic about Dallas' running game.
Herm Edwards explains that while the Cowboys' running attack won't be as dynamic without Ezekiel Elliott, it should still be effective.
Tom Brady ends night on a high note in return to Super Bowl site
Tom Brady played for the first time this preseason, starting the Patriots' first two series and culminating with a 75-yard touchdown drive.
Texans' offense shows promise of improvement over 2016
With Tom Savage efficiently pointing the way, Houston looks to be on an upward trajectory offensively in 2017 after a woeful showing last season.
Summer of Viv: When the King played for a small Lancashire club
Rewind to 30 years ago when Rishton CC hosted cricket's biggest superstar
Stephen A. applauds KD's White House stance.
Stephen A. Smith appreciates how Kevin Durant communicated the many reasons he won't be in attendance if the Warriors are invited to the White House.
Westbrook honoured by players as '16-17 MVP
The NBPA released the results of the players' votes for 14 individual awards and Teammate of the Year for 30 teams for the 2016-17 season on Friday. Players voted Russell Westbrook as MVP.
Jones Jr. goes insane with these dunks.
Derrick Jones Jr. shows off his skills as he throws down multiple dunks during a workout.
Kyrgios: I can't give myself fully to tennis.
Nick Kyrgios spoke following his 7-6 (3), 7-6 (4) win to David Ferrer in the semifinals of the Western and Southern Open.
Muguruza upsets No. 1 Pliskova, to face Halep
Garbine Muguruza reached her first Western & Southern Open final with a 6-3, 6-2 upset of defending champion Karolina Pliskova on Saturday. Muguruza will face Simona Halep in the final.
Real recognizes real: LeBron and Serena Williams share more mutual respect on social media
After Serena Williams mimicked LeBron's famous chalk toss, King James offered some kind words to the tennis great on Instagram.
Judge's struggle leads to infamous record.
As great as he started the season, Aaron Judge's recent slump has hit a new low as he set the record for most consecutive games with a strikeout.
Like Pedro Martinez, Yankees get the best of Chris Sale
Sale had a 1.18 ERA against the Yanks before Saturday. But in all four starts against New York since joining the Red Sox, he has fallen short of a W.
Kinsler, Ausmus not moved by umps' MLB gripe
Some umpires across the majors are wearing white wristbands Saturday, a show of solidarity after Tigers 2B Ian Kinsler was fined -- and not suspended -- for harsh criticism of Angel Hernandez earlier this week.
In November 2016, Brazilian underdogs Chapecoense boarded a plane to play in the game of their lives. Instead, their biggest moment turned into a tragedy no one can forget.
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