Today’s rumours have got the oven gloves out Manchester City will have been delighted to see their man Raheem Sterling silence his England doubters by breaking his international goalscoring drought the other night. The only problem is, having done so in Spain, his superb performance was staged right under the
• The more games I play the better, says Harry Winks• Tournament takes place in Italy and San Marino during June Gareth Southgate’s desire for his players to gain further tournament experience will leave him facing key decisions next summer, with members of England’s senior squad still eligible and eager
The Premier League of 1992-93 – the first season after the split from the Football League – feels a world away from the glitz and sheen of today. Just look at the kits, for example.
It seems inevitable that Hamilton will claim his fifth drivers’ championship title within the next few weeks – which will equal a record held by Argentine icon Juan Manuel Fangio for more than 40 years.
Speed king Bolt’s unlikely foray into the world of football has garnered plenty of attention, as he attempts to earn himself a full-time deal with A-League side Central Coast Mariners.
The 34-year-old Chisora, who was stopped in five rounds in a 2012 grudge match with Haye that was built after they brawled at a press conference, has seen his reputation rise recently.
NEYMAR wants to return to Barcelona just over one year after leaving, it has been claimed. The Brazil star quit the Catalan giants in the summer of 2017 for a controversial £198million move to Paris Saint-Germain. Neymar is being linked with a move back to Barcelona next summerEPA But according
ANTOINE GRIEZMANN has revealed that a half-time chat inspired France to victory over Germany. The World Cup winners trailed 1-0 at the break following a 14th minute penalty from Toni Kroos. Antoine Griezmann has revealed a half-time chat inspired France to victory over GermanyReuters But two second-half goals from Antoine
• France 2-1 Germany• Griezmann 62, 80pen; Kroos 14pen Antoine Griezmann scored twice in the second half as France came from behind to beat Germany in the Nations League and increase the pressure on Joachim Löw. Germany looked to be producing the desired response to a 3-0 defeat by Holland
England’s 3-2 Uefa Nations League victory in Seville filled manager Gareth Southgate with pride after his young side stunned in-form Spain with a performance brimming with ‘huge courage’. Raheem Sterling ended his goal drought with a first-half brace and Marcus Rashford also chipped in before the break, leaving Southgate to