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NEWS24 SPORT | 100 minutes later and WP set up repeat of last year's Currie Cup final

It took 100 minutes of high drama at Newlands, but WP ultimately clinched home-ground advantage and will host the Sharks in the Currie Cup final next weekend. | Bok end of year squad to be named after Currie Cup final

Coach Rassie Erasmus will confirm the final Springbok end of year tour squad literally minutes after the final whistle of next Saturday's Currie Cup final. | WP dig deep to beat Blue Bulls in Newlands humdinger

Western Province had to dig deep before finally overcoming a valiant Blue Bulls side in extra time in their Currie Cup semi-final at Newlands. | Five-star Man City ensure no happy return for Hart

Manchester City's devastating attack was back to peak form against Burnley at the Etihad as Pep Guardiola's side returned to the top of the Premier League. | Salah back on the goal trail as Liverpool beat Huddersfield

Mohamed Salah ended a four-match goal drought for Liverpool with a sublime strike that secured a nervous Premier League victory away to Huddersfield. | Messi suffers arm injury ahead of clash with Real Madrid

Barcelona face an anxious wait on Lionel Messi's fitness ahead of next weekend's Clasico after the striker injured his arm against Sevilla. | Henry suffers defeat in first match as Monaco coach

Thierry Henry suffered defeat in his first match as a head coach when his 10-man Monaco side slumped to defeat at Strasbourg to drop into the Ligue 1 relegation zone. | Hamilton gets pleasant 'shock' from hospitalised Lauda

An upbeat Lewis Hamilton said he had a very happy surprise this week when Niki Lauda phoned him from his hospital bed in Vienna. | Ronaldo celebrates landmark goal, but Juve's perfect run broken

Cristiano Ronaldo scored, but a wasteful Juventus had to settle for a draw at home to Genoa to end the Italian champions' perfect start to the season. | Toulon crisis deepens after Edinburgh rout, Cipriani sees red

Despite the return of centre Mathieu Bastareaud, Toulon's season continued to crumble as they were thrashed in Edinburgh in the European Champions Cup. | WRAP: Telkom Knockout last 16

A comprehensive wrap of all the kick-off times, results and match reports for the weekend Telkom Knockout last 16 matches. | WRAP: English Premiership

A comprehensive wrap of all the collated matches, scores and match reports from this weekend's English Premiership matches. | Barcelona postpone vote on new club badge

Barcelona have shelved plans to change their badge after receiving criticism from the club's supporters. | Sharks beat Golden Lions, book Currie Cup final spot

The Sharks booked their spot in the final of the 2018 Currie Cup after beating the Golden Lions in Durban. | Flawless Garcia closes in on Valderrama treble

Home favourite Sergio Garcia has seized a four-shot lead heading into the third and final round of the weather-hit Valderrama Masters. | Edmund faces Monfils for Antwerp title

Top-seeded Kyle Edmund defeated 2016 champion Richard Gasquet in straight sets to reach the European Open final in Antwerp. | Mourinho furious as Chelsea salvage unbeaten record

Jose Mourinho has described conceding a 96th minute equaliser to draw at Chelsea as an "awful result" for Manchester United. | City turn on style as last-gasp Chelsea deny United

Manchester City brushed aside Burnley to pull clear at the top of the Premier League after Chelsea snatched a point in a dramatic late finish against Manchester United. | Lamela gives Spurs bragging rights in London derby

Erik Lamela fired Tottenham into the Premier League's top four as the revitalised winger clinched victory against London rivals West Ham. | SA whitewashed in vital Davis Cup tie

The Portuguese Davis Cup team have taken full advantage of playing their tie at home against South Africa.


United States Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton on pole position

Lewis Hamilton starts the US Grand Prix on pole position as he seeks to take the final step towards wrapping up a fifth world title.

Don't blame me for scuffle at Chelsea after late draw - Mourinho

"Don't do what everyone does and say 'it's Mourinho who does things', says Man Utd boss after Chelsea altercation.

Klopp savours 'winning average games' after Liverpool go second

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he is "winning average games" for the first time in his life after Mohamed Salah seals victory at Huddersfield.

Morgan's form a boost for England's World Cup hopes - Vaughan

Captain Eoin Morgan's return to form is a positive sign for England as they aim to win their first World Cup, says former skipper Michael Vaughan.

Man City put five 'beautiful, beautiful' goals past Burnley

Manager Pep Guardiola praises his Manchester City side for their "beautiful, beautiful goals" in a 5-0 win over Burnley.

Itoje shines as Saracens crush Lyon in Champions Cup

Saracens made it two wins from two in their hunt for a third Champions Cup title, seeing off Lyon at Allianz Park.

What happened in the Premier League on Saturday?

Manchester City cruise back to the top of the Premier League after thumping Burnley, while Newcastle slip to the bottom

Manchester Grand Prix: Lauren Williams wins Taekwondo gold for Great Britain

Great Britain's Lauren Williams beats Croatia's Matea Jelic to win her second successive home soil Taekwondo Grand Prix with victory in the 67kg event in Manchester.

Celtic survive late scare in six-goal thriller with Hibs

Celtic survive a late scare to stay within three points of Premiership leaders Hearts after an enthralling victory over Hibernian.

European Open: Kyle Edmund wins to set up Gael Monfils final

Britain's Kyle Edmund beats Richard Gasquet and will play Gael Monfils in the European Open final in Antwerp.

The Los Angeles Chargers: The championship contenders coming to Wembley

The Los Angeles Chargers face the Tennessee Titans at Wembley on Sunday, the NFL Show take a look at which players to look out for.

European Rugby Champions Cup: Wasps 35-35 Bath

Wasps and Bath score five tries apiece in a thrilling Champions Cup encounter that only lacked a winner.

Davis stuns O'Sullivan to reach first ranking final after 27 years

Mark Davis beats champion Ronnie O'Sullivan 6-1 to reach the English Open final in Crawley against Stuart Bingham.

Wilson claims World Para Table Tennis gold in Slovenia - video & report

Great Britain's Ross Wilson saves three match points to win a maiden World Para Table Tennis title in Celje, Slovenia.

Champions Day: Cracksman defends Champions Stakes as John Gosden seals treble

Cracksman defends his Champions Stakes title as trainer John Gosden claims a treble on British Champions Day at Ascot.

GB's Bianca Walkden wins silver at Manchester Taekwondo Grand Prix

Two-time world champion Bianca Walkden has to settle for silver in the +67kg event at the Manchester Taekwondo Grand Prix.

Track Cycling World Cup: Great Britain add two silvers in France

Neah Evans, Emily Kay and Ollie Wood win silver medals for Great Britain on the second day of the UCI Track World Cup in France.

Defeat against Brighton sends Newcastle bottom

Newcastle slip to the bottom of the Premier League with a defeat by Brighton, whose striker Glenn Murray is taken off after a sickening aerial collision.

Cardiff claim first league win of the season

Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic says his side have "so many defensive problems to fix" after his side were beaten 4-2 at Cardiff City

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Chelsea 2-2 Manchester United: Maurizio Sarri's assistant very impolite - Jose Mourinho

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says Chelsea's technical assistant Marco Ianni was "very impolite" after celebrating in front of him.

Manchester City 5-0 Burnley: Pep Guardiola joy at 'beautiful, beautiful goals'

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola delights in the "'beautiful, beautiful goals" his side scored in their 5-0 Premier League win over Burnley at the Etihad.

Chelsea 2-2 Manchester United: Maurizio Sarri says Blues in wrong over Jose Mourinho bust-up

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri says his assistant has apologised to Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho after a touchline bust-up at Stamford Bridge.

World Para Table Tennis: Ross Wilson wins 'absolutely amazing match' for world title

Britain's Ross Wilson wins the men's singles Class 8 at the World Para Table Tennis beating China's Zhao Shuai 3-2 in an "absolutely amazing match".

NBA: LeBron James scores first points for LA Lakers

Watch LeBron James score two early buckets for his new NBA team the LA Lakers in their first game of the regular season.

FA Cup fourth qualifying round: Dunston UTS 0-4 Gateshead

National league side Gateshead make it into the hat for Monday's FA Cup first round draw as they put four past Dunston UTS of the Northern League Division One.

West Ham United 0-1 Tottenham Hotspur: Mauricio Pochettino praises 'unbelievable' Hugo Lloris

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is one of the "best in the world" after making three excellent saves during their 1-0 victory over West Ham.

Huddersfield Town 0-1 Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp admits Reds had to 'work hard' for win

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says his side to had to work "really hard" for their 1-0 victory over Huddersfield at the John Smith's Stadium.

Chelsea v Manchester United: Is Jorginho the key to 'Sarri-ball' revolution?

BBC football analyst Pat Nevin explains how Maurizio Sarri has revolutionised the way Chelsea play, and why Italian midfielder Jorginho is pivotal to the Blues' promising season so far.

Unbeaten runs and a young goalscorer - Saturday's Premier League stats

Manchester City's five-goal victories, Manchester United conceding late, and who is the first Premier League scorer born this century?

No Halep, no Williams - who will win the WTA Finals?

Eight of the world's best players are competing for the WTA Finals, as Caroline Wozniacki aims to defend the title in Singapore.

Vera Caslavska and the forgotten story of her 1968 Olympics protest

The incredible tale of how a Czech gymnast protested against the Soviet Union's invasion of her country at the 1968 Olympics.

Real Madrid: How bad does it look for manager Julen Lopetegui?

A fourth defeat in five games leaves Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui under mounting pressure - a week before they face rivals and La Liga leaders Barcelona.

Lawro's predictions v cricket great Warne

BBC Sport football pundit Mark Lawrenson takes on Australia cricket legend Shane Warne to predict this weekend's Premier League results.

Quiz: What do you remember about the week in Scottish sport?

Six questions, sixty seconds. How well will you get on?

Trio on final Young Sports Personality shortlist

Kare Adenegan, Freya Anderson and James Bowen are on the final shortlist for the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award.

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

This week's sport on the BBC includes the United States Grand Prix, the NFL International Series and Premier League action, including Chelsea v Man Utd.

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