Jimmy Anderson and Ian Botham's Test-wicket bowling benchmark have been talking points all week. Simon Barnes explains why breaking records is a deeply-felt human urge.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino believes Harry Kane's "massive impact" on English football makes him more worthy of the PFA Player of the Year award than Eden Hazard.
Jose Mourinho has poked fun at the fair play match delegates who have ruled his players the worst behaved in the Premier League.
Little-known Troy Merritt one-upped Masters champion Jordan Spieth at the RBC Heritage, shooting a 61 to take the lead. Spieth surged into contention with a 62 earlier Friday.
Olympic champion set for return to action after two-year break to care for son Reggie.
Juan Fernandez-Lobbe preferred at openside for Toulon with Maro Itoje starting at blindside for Saracens against Clermont
Manchester City are unsure if their captain Vincent Kompany will be fit to play again this season.
Manager Arsene Wenger is keen to retain the services of Arteta, who is out of contract in the summer and expected to agree a 12-month extension.
Toure has only struck eight times this season and struggled for form both at the start of the campaign and after returning from the African Nations Cup.
Opening in attack at Stamford Bridge with Van Gaal considering using Wayne Rooney as holding midfielder due to injuries.
Victory for Man United against Chelsea could have repercussions for next season's inevitable title defence, so don't be surprised to see Mourinho set his side up to avoid defeat on Saturday.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho struggles to comprehend the scrutiny heaped on Manchester City and their manager Manuel Pellegrini after the collapse of their Premier League title defence.
German pips Lewis Hamilton to P1 as Mercedes shows it has still maintained one-lap advantage over Ferrari.
En route to the Monte Carlo Masters semifinals, Novak Djokovic won his first eight games against Marin Cilic, setting up a blockbuster clash against Rafael Nadal.
Mario Balotelli has been targeted with more than 4,000 racist messages via social media this season, according to new research from anti-discrimination body Kick It Out.
The French football league has accepted a recommendation from the national Olympic committee to reduce Zlatan Ibrahimovic's ban to three games.
A last-four of Crystal Palace, Liverpool, Manchester United and Oldham Athletic produced one of the most exciting afternoons of football ever seen, recalls Rob Smyth.
Canadian businessman to move from role at Rogers Media in North America.
Oscar has said he has no intention of leaving Chelsea despite speculation over his future, telling Sky Sports: "I'm very happy here."
Hill leaves Yorkshire Carnegie but they bring in Andy Saull from Newcastle
ESPN picks the brains of the Ireland great over who will prevail in this weekend's Champions Cup semi-finals
Alex Hales feels he has not been given a fair chance by England over the start of his one-day international career.
Peter Uihlein made five birdies in gusty conditions to take a one-stroke lead after the second round of the Shenzhen International.
Michael Phelps on Thursday won the 100-meter butterfly in his first meet since serving a six-month suspension after his second drunken-driving arrest.
Teenager wins Great Britain's first ever women's major championships all-round medal.
Szczesny replaces Ospina for FA Cup semi-final but no guarantees Poland stopper will stay at No.1.
The 34-year-old four-time Olympic champion and 2012 Tour de France winner will attempt to cycle the furthest distance in 60 minutes at the Olympic Velodrome in June.
While tentative talks over a new deal have for Clyne have been staged, his advisers have made it clear that the 23-year-old will not be signing a new deal with Southampton.
The former Torquay and Oxford forward, who featured for the Exiles as recently as Tuesday, admitted four charges of robbery, attempted robbery and assault.
In an unprecedented move, tickets for the weigh-in for the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao megafight May 2 will be $10 each, with all proceeds going to charity.
Manchester United have been granted permission to install floodlights at their Carrington training ground.