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David Seaman: Joe Hart should be England number one

David Seaman has urged England manager Gareth Southgate to stick with Joe Hart for next summer’s World Cup.

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Cracksman winning the Champion Stakes at Ascot (Julian Herbert/PA)

Anthony Oppenheimer savouring prospect of Enable clash with Cracksman in 2018

Owner-breeder Anthony Oppenheimer is already looking forward to seeing his star colt Cracksman lock horns with stable companion Enable next season following his stunning display at Ascot on Saturday.

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Steph Curry is known for his audacious tricks (Brandon Dill/AP)

Look at Steph Curry’s latest outrageous skill

Two-time NBA MVP Steph Curry is perhaps the greatest shooter the sport has ever seen – fans come to games early just to watch him warm-up.

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Lewis Hamilton edged closer to a fourth world title in Austin ( Darron Cummings/AP/PA)

5 things we learned from the United States Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton edged ever closer to winning a fourth Formula One World Championship after he stormed to victory at the United States Grand Prix.

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Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva is fouled by Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope (Martin Rickett/PA)

Bernardo Silva faces no further action for alleged simulation against Burnley

Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva will not be retrospectively punished for diving after winning a penalty against Burnley, the Football Association has announced.

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Dan Ashworth is under scrutiny (PA)

Ashworth’s position at FA is untenable, says former board member Rabbatts

Dan Ashworth’s position as technical director of the Football Association is “untenable”, according to former FA board member Heather Rabbatts.

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Simona Halep started the WTA Finals with victory over Caroline Garcia (Adam Davy/PA)

Halep makes dominant start to WTA Finals campaign with victory over Garcia

World number one Simona Halep made a dominant start to her BNP Paribas WTA Finals campaign by easing past Caroline Garcia in Singapore.

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Ernesto Valverde will ring the changes for Barcelona's clash with third-tier Real Murcia (Manu Fernandez/AP/PA)

Barcelona to ring the changes at Real Murcia

A much-changed Barcelona will travel to third-tier Real Murcia when they begin the defence of their Copa del Rey crown on Tuesday.

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Lewis Hamilton celebrates winning the US Grand Prix (Eric Gay/AP/PA)

Austin victory leaves Lewis Hamilton on the brink of a fourth world title

Lewis Hamilton edged ever closer to winning a fourth world championship after a crushing victory over Sebastian Vettel at the United States Grand Prix.

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Olivier Giroud has won the FIFA Puskas Award for goal of the year (Adam Davy/PA)

Olivier Giroud’s ‘scorpion goal’ wins FIFA award

Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud has won the FIFA Puskas Award for goal of the year.

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Harry Kane celebrates scoring Tottenham's fourth goal (John Walton/Empics)

Harry Kane helps himself to double against generous Liverpool

Harry Kane capitalised on another defensive horror show from Liverpool by scoring twice for Tottenham in a ruthless 4-1 victory.

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Harry Kane (Frank Augstein/AP)

Spurs striker Harry Kane inspired by Diego Maradona meeting

Harry Kane felt inspired by meeting Diego Maradona on Sunday and wants to replicate the former Argentina striker by becoming the best player in the world.

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Pep Guardiola (Martin Rickett/PA)

Pep Guardiola refuses to look past Manchester City clash with Wolves

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has stressed he is not looking beyond Tuesday’s Carabao Cup fourth-round clash with Wolves, warning that “any team can beat us”.

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Andrew Wiggins (Sue Ogrocki/AP)

Andrew Wiggins upstages Carmelo Anthony as Timberwolves deny Thunder

Andrew Wiggins sunk a three-pointer from just inside half court on the buzzer – just seconds after Oklahoma City Thunder thought they had won the game with a long range effort of their own.

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Ronald Koeman is under huge pressure at Everton (Martin Rickett/Empics)

Arsenal score five at Everton to increase pressure on Ronald Koeman

Beleaguered Everton manager Ronald Koeman was left clinging on to his job after they slipped into the Premier League’s relegation zone with a 5-2 home defeat to Arsenal.

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David Beckham is still honing his skills (Steven Paston/PA)

David Beckham strikes a familiar pose

It has been four years since David Beckham retired but the former England captain has not lost any of his poise on the ball.

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Juan Mata ( Martin Rickett/PA)

Juan Mata urges United to pull together after below-par display at Huddersfield

Juan Mata wants Manchester United to show unity as they look to bounce back from their lacklustre defeat at Huddersfield.

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Ronald Koeman (Richard Sellers/PA)

Everton sack Ronald Koeman

Ronald Koeman has been sacked as Everton manager.

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Lewis Hamilton has one hand on his fourth world title (Darron Cummings/AP/PA)

Champion-elect Lewis Hamilton not impressed by victory cigar

Champion-elect Lewis Hamilton celebrated the United States Grand Prix victory that leaves him on the brink of winning a fourth title by smoking a large cigar.

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Ronald Koeman has lost his job at Everton (Peter Byrne/PA)

Everton sack Ronald Koeman

Ronald Koeman has been sacked as Everton manager.

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