'It means a hell of a lot,' says record-breaking Rooney

Wayne Rooney equalised in the fourth minute of stoppage time to break the 249-goal United record set by fellow England great Bobby Charlton.

Renard and Morocco hoping to dump out Ivory Coast

The script could not have been better written, with Herve Renard's Morocco and the Ivory Coast clashing in a winner-takes-all Group C showdown.

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Rosberg eyes life beyond 'driving in circles'

The former Mercedes driver said he had no regrets about his decision to quit, saying he wanted to 'walk out at the absolute peak'.

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Tragic Chapecoense turn page with Palmeiras friendly

Under new sporting director Rui Costa, 22 players have been recruited, the majority on loan, forming the backbone of the rebuilt team.

Tears flow as Chapecoense return to action

The game was halted in the 71st minute to allow fans to scream their now famous 'Vamos Chape!' chant in tribute to the players and staff who died in a plane crash in Colombia.

Klopp disappointed with Liverpool loss

Liverpool's defensive problems were highlighted again as a home defeat by Swansea City left the side seven points behind leaders, Chelsea.

Joost van der Westhuizen placed on oxygen

The Bok legend, who has motor neurone disease, has been on oxygen for a while, says the J9 Foundation spokesperson.

Howley hopes axed captain Warburton 'gets his mojo back

Warburton, who has captained Wales on a record 49 occasions, was, however, retained in Howley's 36-man tournament squad.

Sunny accused of posting sensitive photos of girlfriend

Bangladeshi cricketer Arafat Sunny could face a 14-year jail sentence if found guilty of breaching internet laws.

Stokes all-round display earns England thrilling win

It was a consolation victory for England and their first on their tour of India after they lost the five-test series 4-0 and both previous ODIs.

Serena storms on towards title, top ranking

Serena Williams will face Johanna Konta for a place in the last four at the Australian Open.

Zverev 'had no plan B' against Murray

Mischa Zverev described his win against world number one, Andy Murray as the best of his career.

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