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Mourinho accepts Chelsea backroom coach apology over equaliser celebrations

Chelsea assistant coach Marco Ianni will be asked to explain himself to Maurizio Sarri for provoking Jose Mourinho when celebrating Ross Barkley’s late equalising goal in the 2-2 draw with Manchester United at Stamford Bridge. It was six minutes into second half stoppage time when Barkley scored to deny United a

Lewis Hamilton is in pole position for Sunday’s United States Grand Prix as he aims to secure a fifth world title.

Lewis Hamilton completed one half of the job to secure a historic fifth World Championship by putting his Mercedes on pole position for the US Grand Prix. Hamilton will seal the title in Austin, Texas on Sunday if he takes the chequered flag and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel fails to finish second. The

Pep Guardiola’s side hammer Clarets in another scintillating display

Champions Manchester City took over sole control at the top of the Premier League table with an easy 5-0 win over Burnley, earning them a seventh win from their opening nine games. “The goals were so outstanding, beautiful, beautiful goals and three more points,” said a delighted City manager Pep Guardiola. City

Mourinho back in spotlight after Stamford Bridge melee

Under-fire Jose Mourinho had been on the verge of delivering the perfect response to his critics on Saturday with Manchester United closing in on a second consecutive comeback win, at the home of his old club Chelsea to boot. But with only seconds remaining, Mourinho’s relaxed smiles gave way to snarls

Real Madrid slipped to a fourth loss in five games as Levante took all three points at the Bernabeu.

Real Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui’s woes deepened as the European champions fell to a 2-1 defeat at home to Levante on Saturday, setting an unwanted record of 482 minutes without scoring a goal in the process. Jose Luis Morales put Levante ahead in the seventh minute after a defensive slip from

Lewis Hamilton’s title hopes boosted by Sebastian Vettel’s grid drop

  Lewis Hamilton had already dominated both rainswept practice sessions when the German's penalty was confirmed by race stewards. Lewis Hamilton’s hopes of clinching his fifth Formula One world championship at the US Grand Prix were boosted on Friday when Ferrari rival Sebastian Vettel was handed a three-place grid penalty for a

Manchester United look good value to beat Chelsea

The odds suggest the Premier League’s top three have relatively easy tasks this weekend. Manchester City are a best-priced 1/12 to beat Burnley, Liverpool are a general 1/3 to win away at Huddersfield and Chelsea are 8/11 to beat Manchester United. The weekend’s big game is the early kick-off on Saturday and

HAZARD SAYS HE COULD FINISH HIS CAREER AT CHELSEA

Chelsea forward Eden Hazard has yet again addressed transfer rumours linking him with Real Madrid, saying it would be "no problem" if he didn't get to play in Spain and that he could see himself finishing his career with the Blues. The Belgium international made the comments in an interview with Sky Sports' Renault Match Zone: "I can

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