Harry Kane says Tottenham's 3-0 win at Manchester United is a powerful statement from a club renowned as slow starters in the Premier League.Full Story
Serena Williams has downplayed any idea of friction between herself and the French Tennis Federation after Roland Garros chiefs described the "Black Panther" catsuit she wore at the French Open as "going too far."
"I think that obviously the Grand Slams have a right to do what they want to," the 23-time Grand Slam champion said as she met reporters in Flushing Meadows, New York, where the U.S. Open begins on Monday.Full Story
Egyptian Mohamed Salah continued to be the star African performer in the major European leagues, scoring the goal that gave Liverpool victory over Brighton at the weekend.Full Story
Jose Mourinho insists he is only interested in the future prosperity of Manchester United rather than his own position at the troubled club.
Mourinho has found his future as United manager the subject of much discussion after a tempestuous period, dating back to a frustrating close-season transfer window.Full Story
Real Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui insisted after a come from behind 4-1 win at Girona that a "keep calm under pressure" attitude would deliver the goals previously scored by the prolific but now departed Cristiano Ronaldo.Full Story
The Belgian Grand Prix was red-flagged to a halt on the opening lap on Sunday after a spectacular first lap crash that saw Fernando Alonso and two others unable to continue.Full Story
Under the scorching summer sun in Rabat, coach Ichtar Zahraoui bellows directions to "The Pirates", young Moroccan men and women learning to play American football together on the gridiron.Full Story
Novak Djokovic is looking forward to possibly forming a doubles dream-team with Roger Federer as Europe prepares to take on the Rest of the World in the Laver Cup next month.Full Story
Arsenal manager Unai Emery insists he has the upmost respect for Jack Wilshere's ability and expects the midfielder will receive a warm welcome when he returns with West Ham on Saturday.Full Story
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo step aside -- the hottest striker in world football at the moment is China's "Nine-Goal Diva" Wang Shanshan.
Wang earned that nickname from Chinese fans and media when she plundered a scarcely believable nine goals in a dizzying 29 minutes after coming off the bench in a 16-0 demolition of Tajikistan on Monday at the Asian Games in Indonesia.Full Story