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Stats don't lie ... so how does De Villiers' Test, ODI and T20I record stack up against his current team-mates and past Proteas greats? | AB retires from all international cricket

In a shock move, AB de Villiers has announced his retirement from all international cricket with immediate effect. | Boucher pays tribute to 'inspiring' De Villiers

Mark Boucher has paid tribute to former team-mate AB de Villiers who announced his retirement from all international cricket. | What caused Willemse walkout? It doesn't even matter anymore ...

What happened in the SuperSport studios on Saturday was shocking, but it has sparked a far more important conversation in South Africa, writes Lloyd Burnard. | Twitter reacts to AB's shocking retirement

Proteas star batsman AB de Villiers has announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket with immediate effect - and Twitter has gone crazy. | Ashwin courageous, sincere: conflict expert

The rugby pundits at the core of the walkout storm need to ‘find each other’ and agree on how to respond publicly, says a conflict-solutions guru. Rob Houwing reports | 'Disappointed' CSA hails ‘all-time great’ AB

Cricket SA has paid tribute to former Proteas batsman AB de Villiers, who announced his retirement from international cricket. | England will beat Boks 3-0, win RWC - departing coach

England’s departing defence coach Paul Gustard is confident that the team will reach great heights over the next few seasons. | Whiteley out of Stormers clash, a serious doubt for Bok Tests

Lions captain Warren Whiteley will not face the Stormers at Newlands and it's unlikely that he'll take part in the Springboks' upcoming Tests. | CSK hero Faf thanks fans after winning knock

Proteas captain Faf du Plessis was the man of the moment for the Chennai Super Kings in the IPL on Tuesday. | Sunwolves retain just 4 players after Stormers win

Sunwolves coach Jamie Joseph has retained only four players from his starting XV that defeated the Stormers for this weekend's clash with the Rebels. | Jamie Joseph unveils Japan squad

Japan coach Jamie Joseph has named a 33-man squad for June's upcoming Test matches against Italy and Georgia, which includes just one new cap. | Kirsten recommends different coach for different formats

The Bangladesh Cricket Board will consider hiring a different coach for white-ball and red-ball cricket on the recommendation of Gary Kirsten. | Illness forces Meintjes out of Giro

Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka rider Louis Meintjes has been forced to withdraw from the Giro d’Italia due to illness. | Akker has a strong Bok claim

An injury to Malcolm Marx could help Akker Van der Merwe graduate to the next level and become a Springbok. | Thanks for the memories: Rafael Nadal's 10 French Open triumphs

Rafael Nadal has won a record-setting 10th French Open title in 2017 when he defeated Stan Wawrinka in straight sets in the final at Roland Garros. | Stormers agree to release Senatla for sevens

The Blitzboks will have speedster Seabelo Senatla available for the final two World Rugby Sevens Series events of the 2017/18 season. | CONFIRMED: Unai Emery appointed Arsenal manager

Arsenal have announced former Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery as their new boss. | Japan swim star Koga axed after failed drugs test

Former swimming world champion Junya Koga has been kicked out of the Japan squad for the Asian Games after failing a drug test. | Ronaldo tops ESPN World Fame 100 list

Portuguese attacker Cristiano Ronaldo topped the ESPN World Fame 100 list for a third straight year, beating out LeBron James and rival Leo Messi.


Emery 'to drive next chapter' as Arsenal boss

Arsenal name former Paris St-Germain and Sevilla boss Unai Emery as their new head coach.

South Africa's De Villiers retires from internationals

South Africa batsman and former Test captain AB de Villiers retires from international cricket after a 14-year career.

Wayne Rooney: Everton forward to meet MLS side DC United this week

Everton forward Wayne Rooney is to travel to Washington DC this week to meet Major League Soccer side DC United.

RFU says it is 'modern' in wake of sexism allegations within organisation

The RFU says it has a "progressive, modern" approach, after allegations of a sexist culture within the organisation.

TV presenter Hayley Moore tackles racehorse at Chepstow

At The Races presenter Hayley Moore grabs the reins of Give Em A Clump after he unseats his rider.

Development & discipline - why Emery could be the right man for Arsenal

The reputation Unai Emery built at Sevilla was undone by the egos and expectation at Paris St-Germain - Arsenal may suit him better, says Julien Laurens.

George North and Ross Moriarty free for Wales tour

Lions winger George North and flanker Ross Moriarty are free to go on Wales' summer tour, says backs coach Rob Howley.

'Oh! Oh! Oh!' - commentator lost for words after Harden dunk

James Harden's emphatic dunk leaves commentator Chris Webber lost for words as the Houston Rockets beat the Golden State Warriors 95-92, tying the best-of-seven NBA Western Conference final at 2-2.

'I want to be like Mo Salah'

Aspiring footballers in Mo Salah's hometown are taking inspiration from the Liverpool FC ace.

Lyon Open: Cameron Norrie reaches quarter-finals

Britain's Cameron Norrie is into the quarter-finals of the Lyon Open with a second straight-set win in a row.

Newcastle spent £1.3m in a year at Ashley's Sports Direct

Newcastle United's financial accounts reveal the club spent nearly £1.3m on stock from Sports Direct and owner Mike Ashley's other businesses.

Nuremberg Cup: Heather Watson loses in second round

Heather Watson loses in the second round of the Nuremberg Cup to Hungarian qualifier and world number 203 Fanny Stollar.

Will Smith 'to release World Cup song' for Russia 2018

The star appears to confirm reports he'll release a song for Russia 2018 this week.

GB's Yates retains Giro lead after pivotal time trial

Britain's Simon Yates produces a fine time trial to limit his losses on Tom Dumoulin and retain his grip on the Giro d'Italia.

Strauss to 'step back' from England role while wife treated for cancer

Andrew Strauss is to "step back" from his role as England's director of cricket while his wife is treated for cancer.

Tanfield and Hayter added to GB cycling team

World and Commonwealth pursuit champion Charlie Tanfield is added to the GB cycling team along with Ethan Hayter.

Injured Estcourt out of Wales World Cup qualifiers

Wales are without injured Charlie Estcourt for their 2019 World Cup qualifiers against Bosnia-Herzegovina and Russia in June.

Sunderland: Jack Ross expected to be named manager on Wednesday

Sunderland expect to be in a position to confirm St Mirren boss Jack Ross as their new manager on Wednesday.

Morocco write to Fifa about World Cup 2026 vote

The Moroccan Football Federation writes to Fifa to complain about US territories being allowed to vote for the World Cup hosts.

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With latest scores and headlines sent straight to your device, personalisation and much more, ensure you have a great sporting life with BBC Sport.

AB de Villiers: Why is the South African retiring from international cricket?

Former South Africa captain AB de Villiers says he has "run out of gas" as he announces his retirement from international cricket.

50 Great World Cup moments: Andres Iniesta wins World Cup for Spain - 2010

Watch the moment Andres Iniesta's goal against the Netherlands gave Spain their first ever World Cup win in 2010.

'It's not an excuse that we're young' - Kane on World Cup chances

New England captain Harry Kane says the team can win the World Cup in Russia and that the side's youthfulness should not be an excuse.

50 Great World Cup moments: Marco Tardelli's scream against Germany - 1982

Watch Marco Tardelli's goal to put Italy 2-0 up against Germany in the 1982 World Cup final, after which he celebrated with his famous screaming run.

NBA: LeBron James breaks record in 44-point display against Boston Celtics

LeBron James scores 44 points in the Cleveland Cavaliers' 111-102 win over the Boston Celtics as they tie the best-of-seven Eastern Conference final at 2-2.

BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2018: Lucy Bronze wins award

Lyon and England defender Lucy Bronze is presented with the BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2018 award.

'Miracle' Manchester bomb survivor vows to play rugby again

Robby Potter spent three weeks in a coma following last year's terrorist attack at a pop concert.

Johnny McNicholl: 'When you go down on that Glasgow pitch, you just burn up'

Scarlets' full-back Johnny McNicholl hopes no more artificial surfaces are introduced to rugby after he and his team-mates' experiences at Glasgow.

Paul Gustard: New Harlequins head of rugby has 'a lot to thank Eddie Jones for'

England defence coach Paul Gustard says he has "a lot to thank head coach Eddie Jones for", as he becomes Harlequins' new head of rugby.

Real Madrid v Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp prepares for Champions League final

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp gives Guillem Balague a fascinating insight into his background and methods before the Champions League final with Real Madrid.

Real Madrid v Liverpool: Sergio Ramos - the Real talisman who can hurt Liverpool

Colourful on and off the pitch, Sergio Ramos is loved by the Real Madrid fans and can hurt Liverpool in the Champions League final.

Is Zverev a Grand Slam champion in the making?

Alexander Zverev starts the French Open as the second seed and the ATP Tour's leading match-winner this year. Russell Fuller charts the 21-year-old's rise.

Simon says: Wednesday is 'the last chance for opportunists', says Giro leader Yates

British rider Simon Yates takes us through the route for the Giro d'Italia, a race he leads.

Sport on the BBC: Best of this week's TV & radio coverage

This week's sport on the BBC includes Real Madrid v Liverpool in the Champions League final, England v Pakistan in the first Test and golf's PGA Championship.

Champions League: Test your knowledge of the 2017-18 competition

It's almost Champions League final time, but how closely have you been following this season's competition?

Champions League 2017-18: The moments of this season's tournament

European football journalists discuss the best, worst and weirdest moments of this season's Champions League, the emerging stars and the surprising flops.

Why South Africa's Schoeman is pledging his future to Scotland

Edinburgh's new South African prop Pierre Schoeman pledges to work tirelessly to represent Scotland, no matter how long it takes.

Would a budget cap save the once mighty Williams team?

As cars fail and costs soar, the Williams team are left fearing for their future in the sport, but would a budget cap help them? Have your say with our vote.

Champions League 2018: The best moments - from Roma's comeback to that Ronaldo goal

From Roma's incredible comeback to that Ronaldo bicycle kick - we look back at five of the best moments from this year's Champions League.

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