Sundowns back on top after beating Arrows

The Brazilians went ahead after just six minutes when Bangaly Soumahoro whacked a volley into the net.

Blitzboks out of Cape Town Sevens

The Kiwis used their possession in a much better manner, and were ruthless on attack compared to the South Africans, who battled to hold on to the ball.


Pep v Jose: This time it's for real

The two managers renewed acquaintances at the beginning of last season after Mourinho took the reins at Manchester United and Guardiola set up shop across town at Manchester City.


Boks end 2017 in 6th place on World rankings

The Springboks will end 2017 where they started it on the back of their loss to Wales in Cardiff last Saturday.

Dortmund sacks Bosz

Dutchman Bosz, 54, was fired after just 167 days in charge as Dortmund's 2-1 defeat at home to Werder Bremen on Saturday left them winless in their last eight league games.

Ronaldo stars as rejuvenated Real thrash Sevilla

Nacho got the hosts off to a perfect start before Ronaldo doubled his La Liga tally for the season with a cool finish and a penalty inside the half-hour mark.

Blitzboks scrape through against Fiji to reach semifinals

The Blitzboks were down 14-0 and later 21-5 in the first half, and it looked like it was going to turn into a PR disaster for the South African Rugby Union.

SA's Blitzbokke sign off with a win over Kenya

The Blitzbokke led 14-7 at halftime. Ruhan Nel opened the scoring after SA battled initially but Willy Ambaka responded almost immediately for Kenya.

Sri Lanka skittle India for 112 in 1st ODI

The hosts were sent packing in 38.2 overs after being put into bat against an inspired Sri Lankan pace attack in the Himalayan town of Dharamsala.

New Zealand bowlers enjoy 'fun' day out against Windies

New Zealand added 87 runs at the start of the day, the bulk of them in the Trent Boult-Tim Southee partnership with the innings ending on Southee's dismissal.

SA’s Sithole takes third place Wheelchair Tennis Masters in London

The South African then went head-to-head against Ymanitu Silva from Brazil in Friday’s pool final which saw Sithole secure a semi-final spot following a 6-4 6-4 victory.

Montjane impresses on day two of Wheelchair Tennis Masters

South African leading women’s wheelchair tennis ace Kgothatso Montjane produced a master-class display at the Sport Loughborough Tennis Centre to overcome Britain’s Lucy Shuker.

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