Nolito saves City from shock Celtic defeat
Moussa Dembele scored twice for Celtic as Manchester City surrendered their 100 percent start to life under Pep Guardiola in Glasgow.
Walcott brace sets up Arsenal win
Arsenal cruised past Basel at the Emirates Stadium thanks to two goals from England winger Theo Walcott.
Krueger 'shocked' by corruption in England
Southampton chairman Ralph Krueger has told ESPN in an exclusive interview that he is shocked by revelations of corruption in English football.
FIFA Skills Challenge full in effect in Bristol.
ESPN's Toni Collins welcomes Philadelphia Union soccer players Alejandro Bedoya, Charlie Davies and Maurice Edu to test their soccer accuracy in honour of FIFA '17 being released.
McClaren voices sympathy for Allardyce
Allardyce was forced to step down as England boss on Tuesday after just 67 days in charge after sting operation.
Utd's Rooney might not play - Mourinho
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has said he is unsure whether to play Wayne Rooney against Zorya Luhansk amid media scrutiny of the striker.
No quick fix for Antonio Conte
Antonio Conte has defensive worries but there's no quick-fix for the troubled Chelsea boss, following successive league defeats.
Sturridge uncertainty casts a shadow
There is a good vibe at Liverpool at the moment but Daniel Sturridge's uncertainty is a shadow looming in the background, writes Steven Kelly.
Tebow homers on first pitch as a professional baseball player.
On the first pitch in his first game with the Mets instructional league team, Tim Tebow smacks a home run to left field sending his teammates wild.
McGregor's war of words with Alvarez begins.
Conor McGregor gets the best of Eddie Alvarez as the two go back and forth about a variety of topics at the UFC 205 news conference.
James: Ryder Cup crowds can intimidate.
Mark James, who captained Team Europe in the USA, warns of the influence the American crowd can have.
Phil opens up about 2004 Ryder pairing with Tiger
Phil Mickelson said Wednesday that a lack of preparation time led to the failed pairing with Tiger Woods at the 2004 Ryder Cup, and he emphasized the importance of player input.
The man who saved the Ryder Cup
Tony Jacklin never played on a single winning Ryder Cup team, yet deserves much of the credit for turning the biennial matches into golf's treasure that we enjoy today.
Is Team Europe facing a rookie horror show?
A lot of pressure is on Belgian Thomas Pieters as the European side look to him and five other rookies to shine at Hazeltine.
Across The Pond: Can Ryan Moore be the difference?
Michael Collins and Tristan Barclay discuss who they think are going to win the Ryder Cup with Michael arguing that Ryan Moore can be the difference.
Can you ace our Ryder Cup quiz?
Which American is playing in his 11th Ryder Cup in 2016? Who was the victorious European captain in the last Ryder Cup?
Schmeichel: Wenger made United better.
Former Man Utd goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel has said that every team in the league were inspired by Arsene Wenger's style of play.
2017 F1 calendar revealed
The FIA has released the provisional calendar for the 2017 season, featuring 21 races in a similar order to this year's.
Montpellier sign Scotland head coach Cotter
Vern Cotter, who coached Clermont Auvergne to the 2010 Top 14 title, will return to France with Montpellier next season.
Premiership coaches question RFU succession policy
Aviva Premiership coaches have questioned the logic behind the Rugby Football Union encouraging prospective England coach candidates to seek overseas experience.
Saracens unsure when Farrell will return
Back injuries are plaguing two of England's key players with Saracens unsure when Owen Farrell will return while Northampton are confident Dylan Hartley will be back within the fortnight.
Olympic boxers reprimanded for betting on Rio bouts
Team GB's Anthony Fowler is one of three boxers handed "severe reprimands" by the IOC for betting on the boxing competition at Rio 2016.
Djokovic skips China Open with elbow injury
Six-time China Open champion Novak Djokovic will skip the tournament as he's still recovering from an injured elbow, he said Wednesday.
Kerber loses in first event as No. 1; Venus out
Petra Kvitova stunned new world No. 1 Angelique Kerber in the third round of the Wuhan Open. Venus Williams also failed to advance.
Serena: 'Won't be silent' about racial tensions
Serena Williams took to Facebook on Tuesday, after a moment of reflection while driving with her nephew led her to write that she "won't be silent" about racial tensions any longer.
J.J. Watt injury means it's time for Bill O'Brien to do work
Pressure shifts off of the defense and on to Bill O'Brien. Can he be the offensive guru the Texans thought they were getting when they hired him?
Sources: Texans' Watt (back) to be put on IR
Texans defensive end J.J. Watt will be placed on injured reserve after reinjuring his back, sources confirmed to ESPN, with a source saying, "It doesn't look good."
Colin Kaepernick: 'Let's make America great for the first time'
Colin Kaepernick talks about Monday's presidential debate and responds to Donald Trump's criticism of him.
Carmelo Anthony supports Colin Kaepernick: 'I don't think he's being disrespectful'
Carmelo Anthony called for athletes to use their platform to draw attention to social injustice and said that Colin Kaepernick has stepped up.
Legends' exit makes LeBron contemplate his time
LeBron James said that the retirements of Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan and most recently Kevin Garnett have caused him to think about when he and his contemporaries will play their final games.
Curry indicates he plans to re-sign with Warriors
Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry indicated he'll likely re-sign with his current team after the 2016-17 season.
New-look Warriors have smooth 1st day with KD
Coach Steve Kerr said big-name acquisition Kevin Durant fit in "great" in his first first formal workday with the Warriors.
Cavs players keep Game 7 on repeat
As it became popular for Cleveland Cavaliers fans to rewatch the remarkable Game 7 of the NBA Finals, players have also rewound their DVRs, still in awe of what happened.
Hundreds gather for Fernandez: 'Like one of us'
Hundreds of Marlins fans came out Wednesday in Miami to celebrate the life of late pitcher Jose Fernandez. "As a fan, losing him is devastating. It really is," one said.
What we learned: Hoping for a three-way tie in NL wild-card race
With blowout wins for all three contenders on Tuesday, let's lay out the scenarios for a potential three-way tie for the NL wild card.
Max Walker dies, aged 68
Max Walker, the tangle-footed Australia seamer of the 1970s, has died in Melbourne after succumbing to cancer.
Ronda Rousey wants super fight with 'Cyborg'
Ronda Rousey has not fought since her loss to Holly Holm last November but wants to make a super fight happen between her and Cris 'Cyborg' Justino.
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