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Six things we learnt in week two of EPL

Friday night football is here and, like all things television related, it’s here to stay.

CT City win, Ajax draw, Chiefs go down

Cape Town City made a winning start to their maiden Premiership campaign, while Ajax Cape Town managed to draw away from home on Tuesday.

Bidvest Wits beat Kaizer Chiefs in PSL opener

The more patient Kaizer Chiefs fans will tell you that the PSL is a marathon and what they witnessed tonight can be improved on...

Olympics protest runner not going back to Ethiopia

Olympic silver medallist Feyisa Lilesa will not return to Ethiopia despite assurances he would not be punished for his Rio protest.

Zlatan proves United's unlikely team player

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has suprised many people by how willing he has been to hand out help and advice. To be part of a team.

Argentina coach hoping to ease Messi workload

New Argentina head coach Edgardo Bauza wants to see his side rely less on Lionel Messi, after he brief retirement from international football.

Floodlight failure mars India's pink ball debut

India's experiment with the pink ball was met with major embarrassment after floodlight failure interrupted play.

Bok coach: Pack must give Elton the time

He’s a superstar for the Lions, so why can’t Elton Jantjies quite transfer that irresistible form to the Springboks at Test level?

Guardiola confirms Bravo on his way to replace Hart

Pep Guardiola insisted that he will continue working with Joe Hart, even as Claudio Bravo flew in to replace the unwanted England international.

Bordeaux-Begles sign Stormers’ Van Wyk

French Top 14 side Bordeaux-Begles have signed Kobus van Wyk as an emergency replacement for injured full-back Darly Domvo.

With no Europe, Liverpool eye cup run

For a club which embraces trips to foreign lands, it is appropriate the first cup tie of the season will be staged in a venue that conjures images of Italy.

Conte eyes deal for next Vidic

Antonio Conte’s long and winding search for a central defender has led Chelsea to Nikola Maksimovic of Torino.

Faf wants Proteas to convert good starts

Faf du Plessis has called on the Proteas batsmen to capitalise on good starts in the final Test against New Zealand.

Runner 'feels like silver medallist' after defeat to Caster

Joanna Jozwik controversially claimed that she was proud to have finished as the “first European” and the “second white” in the race.

Khune enjoys being Big Chief

Kaizer Chiefs are set for an early visit to the Mother City when they take on Cape Town City in the quarter-finals of the MTN8.

‘Aguero cannot disappear when City lose possession’

Pep Guardiola has urged Sergio Aguero to help his side maintain pressure on opponents and not “disappear” when his side loses the ball.

All Blacks expect greater intensity from Wallabies

New Zealand are bracing for a tough encounter against a wounded Wallabies side determined to salvage their pride.

Dobson targets higher work-rate against Kings

DHL WP coach John Dobson says that he expects a much higher work-rate from his team in their clash with the EP Kings.

Russia loses appeal against Paralympics ban

Russia has lost its appeal against its ban from next month's Rio Paralympics because of a state-sponsored doping programme.

Pakistan celebrate 'incredible journey' to No.1

Cricket-obsessed Pakistanis celebrated their national team's "incredible journey" to the top of the Test rankings after a turbulent seven years.

NEWS24 SPORT | Centurion: Strategy change by Proteas?

A one-Test shootout to decide the NZ series at Centurion means SA may have to tweak their tactics to strike for it, argues Rob Houwing . | As it happened: Wits v Kaizer Chiefs

Recap all the action from the Absa Premiership clash between Bidvest Wits and Kaizer Chiefs. | Quiz: Test your Rio Olympics memory!

Think you know what went on at the Rio Olympics? Prove it by tackling Sport24's ridiculously impossible yet highly addictive post-Games quiz! | Sport24 in Rio: 8 top Olympic moments

Lloyd Burnard, Sport24's correspondent at the 2016 Olympics, walks us through his highlights of the Games. | WRAP: PSL

A comprehensive wrap of all the collated matches, scores and match reports from the midweek Absa Premiership clashes. | Clever Boys school Amakhosi in PSL opener

Bidvest Wits got their 2016-17 Absa Premiership campaign up and running with a win over Kaizer Chiefs at Bidvest Stadium. | Cape Town City up and running with a win

Newly-formed Cape Town City got their league campaign off to a perfect start when they beat Polokwane City at the Cape Town Stadium. | Baroka earn first PSL point

Baroka FC came from a goal behind to earn a creditable draw against Ajax Cape Town at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium. | Moffett blames Super Rugby for Wallabies woes

The Wallabies' problems at Test level can be attributed to Super Rugby's new 18-team tournament which was formed earlier this year. | Boks resume preparations in Buenos Aires

The Springboks have started with their preparations for the Rugby Championship Test against the Pumas in Salta. | 5 things we’ll miss most from Rio 2016

Five things we will miss now that the Rio Olympic Games have ended. | Enyimba see off Sundowns

Enyimba defeated Mamelodi Sundowns in their dead-rubber CAF Champions League Group B encounter on Tuesday. | Centurion has new look for NZ Test

Centurion's head groundsman, Rudolph du Preez, has given some insight into preparing the outfield and pitch for the second Test match. | England ponder triple spin attack

England captain Eoin Morgan has said his team could take the unusual option of playing three spinners in their opening ODI against Pakistan. | EPL player charged over homophobic Twitter posts

A English Premiership player is set to be punished by the English FA for discriminatory comments he made on social media more than four years ago. | France's Calmejane claims Vuelta fourth stage

Frenchman Lilian Calmejane claimed his first ever professional stage win on the fourth stage of the Vuelta a Espana on Tuesday. | WP must raise their intensity

Western Province coach John Dobson expects a much higher work-rate from his team in their Currie Cup clash with the EP Kings. | Motaung expects a tough campaign

Kaizer Chiefs chairperson Kaizer Motaung says that he is anticipating a more competitive campaign. | Ertugral: Pirates have to start well

Muhsin Ertugral maintains that Orlando Pirates have to be victorious in their opening league encounter. | Viljoen won't stop fighting for SA athletes

South African Olympic silver medallist Sunette Viljoen says she will never stop fighting for the support of athletes in the country.


Celtic hang on to reach Champions League

Celtic reach the Champions League group stage for the first time in three years despite losing at Hapoel Beer Sheva.

Trott 'frustrated' by rivals' questions over GB success

Four-time Olympic champion Laura Trott dismisses questions from rival riders about Great Britain's Rio performance.

US Open: Andy Murray seeded second, Johanna Konta career-high 13th

Andy Murray is seeded second in the men's singles for the US Open, with fellow Briton Johanna Konta a career-high 13th in the women's.

League One Northampton shock West Brom

League One Northampton Town come from behind to beat Premier League side West Brom on penalties in the EFL Cup.

England may play three spinners in first ODI

Liam Dawson could make his England one-day debut alongside fellow spinners Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid in Wednesday's series opener against Pakistan.

Russian doping officials 'should apologise' for ban

Officials behind Russia's state-sponsored doping should apologise to their athletes, says a British member of the International Paralympic Committee.

Sturridge scores twice as Liverpool see off Burton

A strong Liverpool side overwhelm Championship outfit Burton Albion to reach the EFL Cup third round.

Rio 2016: How Team GB went from one gold medal in 1996 to 27 in 2016

Watch how Team GB went from one of their worst performances at an Olympic Games in Atlanta 1996 to their most successful away games at Rio 2016.

Gillingham knock Watford out in extra time

League One side Gillingham come from behind to shock Premier League side Watford in extra time to reach the EFL Cup third round.

Vuelta a Espana: Chris Froome stays third, as Calmejane wins stage four

Great Britain's Chris Froome remains third in the Vuelta a Espana, as France's Lilian Calmejane wins stage four.

Nine-man Roma implode as Porto reach group stage

Italian side Roma fail to reach the Champions League group stage after having two men sent off in a 3-0 defeat by Porto.

Conlan faces punishment over angry reaction in Rio

Michael Conlan faces disciplinary action over his angry reaction to his Olympics defeat, says AIBA president Dr Ching-Kuo Wu.

Claudio Bravo: Man City target arrives for medical from Barcelona

Barcelona and Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo arrives in Manchester for a medical with Manchester City.

Andre Gray: FA charges Burnley striker with misconduct over tweets

The Football Association charges Burnley's Andre Gray with misconduct over posts made by the striker on social media.

Bangladesh v England: No players forced to tour, says Eoin Morgan

England one-day captain Eoin Morgan says no player will be forced to tour Bangladesh amid safety concerns ahead of tour.

Dundalk miss out on Champions League after draw

Dundalk's brave attempt to become the first Irish club to qualify for the Champions League group stages ends in defeat by Legia Warsaw.

Record-breaking Team GB return from Rio

Great Britain's record-breaking Olympics team arrive from Rio to jubilant scenes when they land in London.

Olympic ticket scandal: Rio police 'find emails between Pat Hickey and THG'

Emails linking IOC (International Olympic Committee) member Pat Hickey to the head of a company alleged to have resold Olympic tickets have been found, say police in Rio.

Rio Paralympics 2016: British para-swimmer Kearney withdraws with injury

Para-swimmer Tully Kearney withdraws from ParalympicsGB squad for Rio 2016 due to injury.

Man City's Hart to play first game of season

Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Champions League game between Manchester City and Steaua Bucharest.

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Rio Olympics 2016: Team GB's 27 gold medals

BBC Sport takes a look back at all of Team GB's 27 gold medals at the Rio 2016 Olympics.

Rio Olympics 2016: GB's Brownlee brothers dominate triathlon

Alistair Brownlee retains his Olympic men's triathlon title to win Great Britain's 20th gold medal of the Rio Games, with brother Jonny claiming silver.

Rio 2016: Triumphant Team GB touches down in UK

Gold medal winners Nicola Adams and Max Whitlock led Team GB off the plane as the Rio 2016 athletes arrived at Heathrow airport.

Rio Olympics 2016: Relive Jason Kenny, Andy Murray and Team GB's weekend medal haul

Watch highlights of Team GB's stunning second weekend of the Rio 2016 Olympics, including golds for Jason Kenny and Andy Murray.

England v Pakistan: Important we start well - Eoin Morgan

Eoin Morgan says it's "important" England 'start well' against Pakistan in the first of five ODIs starting in Southampton on Wednesday.

Super League try of the week: Hughes try snatches win for Warrington

Watch Jack Hughes score the try of the week for Warrington in their 14-11 win over Castleford

Rio Olympics 2016: Colourful closing ceremony draws curtain on Rio Olympics

Watch some of the highlights of the Rio 2016 Olympics closing ceremony including Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, appearing as computer game character Super Mario during the handover to Tokyo 2020.

Rio Olympics 2016: Team GB's review

A review of Great Britain's record medal haul at the Rio Olympics 2016.

Get Inspired: Best of BBC Breakfast hula-hoop challenge

Andy Murray, Usain Bolt, Sir Chris Hoy, Jess Ennis-Hill and more all try the BBC Breakfast hula-hoop challenge.

'Dear Team GB, you had it easy - watching was hard.' Miranda Hart's open letter

Comedian Miranda Hart loved every minute of the Olympics. Here she shows that love with an open letter to Team GB.

Who are the potential stars of Tokyo 2020?

Who might shine at Tokyo 2020? Contenders include a cyclist who had a team-mate in tears and a sprinter out to match Usain Bolt.

Moody, magnificent Spa ready to host Belgian GP

It might not be quite what it was, but the Spa circuit that hosts this weekend's Belgian GP is entwined with the soul of F1.

World records, global legends & a universal audience - Rio in numbers

BBC Sport presents the key facts and figures from this summer's Olympic Games in Brazil.

Can you spot the F1 drivers from the imposters?

More than 750 drivers have raced in the F1 World Championship since 1950. Can you separate the F1 drivers from the imposters?

Rio Olympics 2016: The most memorable moments

The Rio 2016 Olympics have provided an abundance of memorable images - good, bad and ugly.

Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action

This week's sport on the BBC includes action from the Premier League and England's ODI series against Pakistan.

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