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Vardy breaks record, Leicester hold United

Jamie Vardy became the first player to score in 11 successive Premier League matches as his Leicester City team drew 1-1 with Manchester United on Saturday.

Tyson Fury shocks Klitschko

Britain has a new heavyweight champion of the world: Tyson Fury!

Rosberg quicker than Hamilton

Nico Rosberg stormed to his sixth pole position in a row on Saturday ahead of Sunday’s Formula One’s season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Murray: It was mental

Andy Murray and brother Jamie put Britain within touching distance of a first Davis Cup triumph for 79 years by winning their doubles clash against Belgium on Saturday.

Hazlewood gives Aussies the edge

Josh Hazlewood stepped up in the absence of injured pace spearhead Mitchell Starc to give Australia a sniff of victory during the third Test against New Zealand on Saturday.

City top Premier League – for now

Manchester City returned to the top of the Premier League for the moment when they beat Southampton 3-1 at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.

SA Under-23s crash in Dakar

The South African Under-23 side made a poor start to their 2016 Olympic qualifying campaign on Saturday as they crashed to a 3-1 defeat to Senegal in Dakar.

Don’t walk when you can swim

After the Fina World Cup Series in Dubai, Chad le Clos will be turning away from his swimming for a day at the races.

Fifa keeps Grealish in limbo

Months after pledging allegiance to England, Jack Grealish is still not eligible to represent the country of his birth.

It’s Tinkler’s time to twinkle...

Rumour has it Eric Tinkler’s job is on the line, and the continental title could be his saving grace, writes Mazola Molefe

Jose hits out at Costa

Diego Costa is suffering in front of goal because he has lost the knack of anticipation, according to Jose Mourinho.

Kenya bans more athletes for doping

Kenya banned seven more athletes over doping, raising the total number of Kenyan drug cases in the last three years to 40.

Messi tops Goal’s 50 list

Lionel Messi has cemented his status as the world's best soccer player, according to's annual award.

Spieth seeks another gear for final round

Jordan Spieth said he was hoping to hit his peak during his final round shootout with Matt Jones at the Aus Open.

By hook or crook, pitches 'don't matter'

Virat Kohli and his India team have continually faced questions about the skewed surfaces found during the Test series.

Pirates fear terror attacks in Tunis

Soweto soccer giants Orlando Pirates, who are in Tunisia, are on high alert because of the risk of terror attacks.

LVG still backs Rooney

Despite assurances from Louis van Gaal, Wayne Rooney could be forgiven for casting an envious glance at Jamie Vardy.

Radcliffe cleared over doping claims

Paula Radcliffe has been cleared of allegations of doping, as there was “no basis for the insinuations made against her”.

Australia all out before dinner

New Zealand dismissed Australia for 224 before dinner, but the tourists were left fuming over a review decision.

Drogba just selling books, says Jose

Jose Mourinho has slammed Didier Drogba, accusing his former player of criticising the club in order to sell books.

NEWS24 SPORT | Carter watches on as Racing 92 go 2nd

NZ star Dan Carter was presented to his adoring new fans before Racing 92 gave their latest recruit something to cheer in beating Toulouse. | Jamie Vardy sets EPL record

Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy made history by scoring for the 11th Premier League match running in his side's draw at home to Manchester United. | WRAP: English Premiership

A comprehensive wrap of all the collated matches, scores and match reports in the weekend's English Premiership matches. | Pellegrini plays down Aguero injury

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini says striker Sergio Aguero had been taken off purely as "a precaution" during his side's win over Southampton. | Senegal down SA in Dakar

Senegal have beaten South Africa in the CAF U-23 Africa Cup of Nations tournament opener at the Léopold Senghor Stadium in Dakar. | De Bruyne gets Man City back on track

Belgium international Kevin De Bruyne starred as Manchester City ended Southampton's unbeaten away record. | Schwartzel has lead cut at Dunhill

South Africa's three-time champion Charl Schwartzel will take a three-shot lead into the final round of the Alfred Dunhill Championship. | Proteas: Shift to home Tests fitting

Powered for a long time by their Test prowess abroad, SA should put fresh focus on greater ruthlessness at home, says Rob Houwing. | Taylor slams umpire's howler

NZ's players claimed a contentious challenge decision that went against them could have a major bearing on the outcome of the Adelaide Test. | Britain poised for Davis Cup glory

Andy and Jamie Murray gave Britain a 2-1 lead over Belgium in the Davis Cup final when they defeated David Goffin and Steve Darcis in the doubles. | Liverpool FA Cup hero Byrne dies

Former Liverpool and England left-back Gerry Byrne has died at the age of 77, the club has announced. | Klopp's Red revolution gathers pace

Liverpool return to the Premier League with an ideal opportunity to continue their revival under Jurgen Klopp when struggling Swansea visit Anfield. | Goffin in for doubles against Britain

Belgium have brought in their No 1 David Goffin to partner Steve Darcis for Saturday's key doubles rubber against the Murray brothers. | Knights hand out 8 wicket trashing

The Knights have handed out an eight-wicket bonus point thrashing to the Dolphins with 7 overs to spare at St. George’s Park. | Terror alert as Pirates seek CAF glory

Terrorism in Tunisia has forced a kick-off time change and a limited crowd for the CAF Confederation Cup final second leg. | Pakistan lack in fielding, fitness - Mushtaq

Pakistan's bowling coach Mushtaq Ahmed has blamed poor fielding and lack of fitness for his team's T20 series loss against England. | NZ struggle as wickets tumble

New Zealand held a tenuous 94-run lead in the absorbing day-night third Test after a second day of tumbling wickets. | Campbell sets 100m freestyle short-course record

Cate Campbell set a world record for the 100 metres freestyle at the Australian short-course swimming championships. | Perfect Catrakilis gives Jake White a win

Montpellier edged La Rochelle 25-20 on Friday with South African flyhalf Demetri Catrakilis taking centre stage. | Leicester can be champs, says Van Gaal

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has tipped Leicester as potential Premier League champions.

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