Rush tells Salah, trophies mean more than goals

Mohamed Salah has scored 28 goals in the Premier League this season and 36 in all competitions, the most by a Liverpool player in a debut campaign for the club.

Elgar sets batting world record for South Africa

South African opening batsman Dean Elgar finished unbeaten on 141, only Desmond Haynes of the West Indies had previously batted unbeaten through a Test innings on three occasions.


The Clinch Predix: EFC 68 Joshua vs De Beer

In the first episode of The Clinch Predix EFC 68, we take a look at the picks for the upcoming bout between Gary Joshua and Martin de Beer.


WATCH: Munyai shatters Wayde van Niekerk's 200m SA record

Clerence Munyai dipped on the line, stopping the clock at 19.69 sec to take 0.15 off the SA record set by compatriot Wayde van Niekerk in Jamaica last year.

Ibrahimovic set for Hollywood ending after Man Utd exit

MLS rules allow clubs to sign three designated players who are not subject to salary limits, a rule introduced when David Beckham arrived in the league in 2007.

Bolt's coming! Star to train with Dortmund on Friday

Bolt, who holds the world records for the 100m and 200m, had already announced last January that he would be training with Dortmund during the current international break.

Crusaders overcome Bulls in Christchurch

The Crusaders made easy work of the Bulls as the New Zealand outfit ran away with the victory at the AMI Stadium.

Special milestone beckons for Adriaan Strauss

Bulls coach John Mitchell had a strong message for his team: 'To beat the Crusaders, you need to outwork them'.

Indian cricket board renews bowler Shami's contract

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had withheld Shami's contract pending a review into a series of allegations made by his wife.

Zimbabwe defeat opens World Cup door for Afghanistan and Ireland

Chasing a rain-reduced target of 230 off 40 overs, Zimbabwe needed six off the last ball to win the Super Six match and join already-qualified West Indies in the 2019 showpiece.

Serena crashes out in Miami as nervous Osaka advances

Osaka, who won her first major title in Indian Wells last weekend, was superior throughout and fully deserved her 6-3, 6-2 win in just one hour and 17 minutes.

Tennis great Navratilova slams BBC over Wimbledon pay

Tennis great Martina Navratilova said she was told she was getting paid a comparable amount to men doing the same job.

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