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BBC Sport

Lewis Hamilton tops US GP practice as Sebastian Vettel given penaltyLewis Hamilton tops US GP practice as Sebastian Vettel given penalty

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel is handed a three-place grid penalty at the United States Grand Prix.

Mourinho 'would love' to sign Hazard for Man UtdMourinho 'would love' to sign Hazard for Man Utd

Jose Mourinho "would love" to sign Eden Hazard for Man Utd but knows it would be impossible because "Chelsea are led by intelligent people".

Frankfurt's Jovic youngest to score five goals in BundesligaFrankfurt's Jovic youngest to score five goals in Bundesliga

Luka Jovic becomes the youngest player to score five goals in a Bundesliga game as Eintracht Frankfurt thrashed Fortuna Dusseldorf.

Rihanna 'declined Super Bowl half-time show gig in support of Kaepernick'Rihanna 'declined Super Bowl half-time show gig in support of Kaepernick'

The NFL refuses to comment on reports that Barbadian singer Rihanna declined an invitation to headline the Super Bowl half-time show in support of Colin Kaepernick.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

Jonny Bairstow: England batsman suffers injury playing football in trainingJonny Bairstow: England batsman suffers injury playing football in training

England's Jonny Bairstow is a doubt for the fourth one-day international with Sri Lanka after injuring himself playing football.

Pakistan clinch Australia series with biggest ever Test winPakistan clinch Australia series with biggest ever Test win

Pakistan beat Australia by 373 runs in the second Test to claim a 1-0 series victory in Abu Dhabi and record their biggest Test win in terms of runs.

I'll bat anywhere - Denly prepared to open in Tests for EnglandI'll bat anywhere - Denly prepared to open in Tests for England

Joe Denly is not ruling out opening the England batting in the Tests against Sri Lanka - nine years after his last cap, in an ODI.

Watch: Pakistan batsman run out in bizarre circumstancesWatch: Pakistan batsman run out in bizarre circumstances

Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali is run out in bizarre circumstances, after mistakenly thinking the ball had reached the boundary on the third day of the second Test with Australia.

BBC Live Football Feeds and World Cup Football News

Mourinho 'would love' to sign Hazard for Man UtdMourinho 'would love' to sign Hazard for Man Utd

Jose Mourinho "would love" to sign Eden Hazard for Man Utd but knows it would be impossible because "Chelsea are led by intelligent people".

Middlesbrough win at Sheff Wed to go top of ChampionshipMiddlesbrough win at Sheff Wed to go top of Championship

Mo Besic and Britt Assombalonga score as Middlesbrough hang on to beat Sheffield Wednesday and go top of the Championship.

Can Chelsea and Man Utd be separated? Lawro's predictions v cricket great WarneCan Chelsea and Man Utd be separated? 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.

'Evolution not revolution' - Arsenal to stick with 'self-sustaining' approach'Evolution not revolution' - Arsenal to stick with 'self-sustaining' approach

Arsenal are "confident" that their "self-sustaining business model" will finance major success, the club's new managing director says.

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